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    Ted Cruz contradicted Sean Hannity on Thursday night by admitting he planned to stay in Cancun ‘through the weekend’ even as the Fox News host tried to claim the Texas senator flew for a ‘round-trip quick drop-off home.’ Cruz appeared on Hannity’s nightly primetime Fox News show in an attempt to defuse the firestorm of criticism being aimed at the Republican senator after he was photographed taking a flight for a weekend vacation to Mexico on Wednesday. He landed back in Houston on Thursday afternoon and said he 'regrets' flying to Cancun in the middle of the state's energy crisis for a vacation - but insisted he was 'just trying to be a dad'. Cruz was initially due to return to Texas on Saturday. 'It was obviously a mistake and in hindsight I wouldn't have done it,' he said, speaking on arrival at home in Houston. Ted Cruz contradicted...
    Shopify has removed online stores affiliated with President Donald Trump from its e-commerce platform after hundreds of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol. The Canadian company said on Thursday the recent events determined that Trump's actions violated its policy, which prohibits promotion or support of organizations, platforms or people that threaten or condone violence to further a cause.  Trump, who has refused to concede his loss to Democrat President-elect Joe Biden, urged his supporters to come to Washington for a 'wild' rally on Wednesday and whipped the crowd into a frenzy while exhorting them to march on Congress. Attempts to access TrumpStore.com and shop.donaldjtrump.com, which sold 'Make America Great Again' hats and similar items, were unsuccessful on Thursday, as the websites displayed error messages. Shopify has removed online stores affiliated with President Donald Trump (above) from its e-commerce platform after hundreds of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol ...
    President Trump on Thursday vowed that he ‘won’t forget’ how Republicans ‘sit back and watch’ as he tries unsuccessfully to overturn the election while lashing out at social media giant Twitter for flagging his claims of voter fraud. The president singled out Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who drew Trump’s ire earlier this month when he officially recognized President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of last month’s presidential election. ‘I saved at least 8 Republican Senators, including Mitch, from losing in the last Rigged (for President) Election,’ Trump tweeted on Thursday. ‘Now they (almost all) sit back and watch me fight against a crooked and vicious foe, the Radical Left Democrats. President Trump is seen left playing golf at his golf course in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Thursday. The president posted a series of tweets on Thursday raging at Twitter and Senate Republicans for not doing more to help him...
    (CNN)When the history of the pandemic is written, one of the great mysteries will be what President Donald Trump was doing in the waning days of his presidency as the number of Covid-19 deaths in the US soared past 3,000 each day, the virus spread unchecked and Congress dithered over the details of an emergency relief package that could be the difference between people being able to eat and being forced to sleep on the streets this holiday season.Trump ran for president pretending he was the consummate dealmaker, the chief executive who could make things happen with a snap of his fingers. He will go down in history as a president who worsened the grief and tragedy of the most consequential pandemic in 100 years by being contemptuous of masks and the safety precautions designed by his own administration -- a man incapable of empathy, who chose to remain cocooned...
    Hair stylists have chimed in after Rudy Giuliani appeared to literally meltdown during Thursday's press conference, when streams of dark brown liquid streaked down his face in several rivulets.  While acting as President Trump's personal lawyer, Giuliani gave a winding press conference that once again sought to legitimize unfounded claims to widespread voter fraud.     But audiences were more enthralled by Giuliani's apparent hair malfunction, which left some hair stylists scratching their heads while others cringed. Rudy Giuliani (pictured) gave a press conference at the Republican National Committee headquarters in Washington D.C. on Thursday  Pictured: an unknown liquid dripped down Giuliani's face on Thursday as he sought to bolster claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election Hair stylists shared their opinions on Twiter, with some of them offering insight into Giuliani's hair situation 'I used to be a hairdresser & I have no idea wtf he puts...
    President Donald Trump started setting the table to claim that the final presidential debate will be unfair, attacking moderator Kristen Welker during his Saturday night rally in Janesville, Wisconsin.  'I've known her for a long time, she's extraordinarily unfair but that's alright,' the president complained to the crowd. 'She deleted her entire account. I wonder why? I can't imagine.'  Welker briefly deactivated her Twitter account Friday on the heels of C-SPAN's Steve Scully, who was supposed to moderate the cancelled second presidential debate, being put on administrative leave after he lied about a tweet sent to Trump critic Anthony Scaramucci asking for advice.  President Donald Trump lashed out at NBC's Kristen Welker and said she'll be 'extraordinarily unfair' when she moderates the final presidential debate Thursday, where Trump will face off against Democratic nominee Joe Biden  NBC News' Kristen Welker was selected to moderate the October 22 presidential debate...
    The White House on Thursday released a memo from President Trump's physician saying that he believes the president will be able to return to "public engagements" as soon as Saturday. Hours after the memo was released, Mr. Trump told Fox News' Sean Hannity that he is planning to hold a rally on Saturday in Florida.  "I think I'm gonna try doing a rally on Saturday night if we have enough time to put it together — but we wanna do a rally, probably in Florida on Saturday night," the president said. "We might come back and do one in Pennsylvania the following night, and it's incredible what's going on. I feel so good."   Mr. Trump said he tested positive for COVID-19 on October 1, which would make Saturday the tenth day since his diagnosis. In his interview with Hannity, Mr. Trump refused to say if he had tested negative...
    President Donald Trump said a “totally made-up story” alleging he called American military members who died at war "losers" and "suckers” is what has angered him the most during his reelection campaign. During a Thursday interview with Fox Business’ “Mornings with Maria,” Trump blasted the “phony” story, which was published by The Atlantic last month.  "They dont even have any witnesses, they made it up,” he told host Maria Bartiromo. “And thats why theyre lowlifes, because they made it up and went with a story. They know it wasnt true but they use it all the time." The story, which referenced multiple anonymous sources, claimed that Trump also made insulting comments about wounded veterans and asked that they be kept out of military parades. Trump has called the entire story false. "Now the gloves are off," Trump said in the interview Thursday. "Let the gloves be off." The presidents alleged comments came...
    President Donald Trump signed an executive order with great fanfare Thursday that proclaims protecting patients with pre-existing conditions is official U.S. policy.  'The historic action I'm taking today includes the first ever executive order to affirm it is the official policy of the United States government to protect patients with pre-existing conditions - so we're making that official,' the president told an audience in the swing state of North Carolina.  Trump's action doesn't have legal teeth, as his administration has backed a Texas-based lawsuit that could kill the law - the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare - that already makes it so insurers can't refuse to cover or charge people more if they have a pre-existing medical condition.  President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday that states protecting Americans with pre-existing conditions is official U.S. policy, a move that has little legal weight, but could shore him up...
    Joe Buck. AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth Joe Buck was surprised at halftime of Thursday night's game between the Browns and Bengals with the news that he was named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Buck was honored with the Pete Rozelle Award, for his "longtime exceptional contributions to radio and television in professional football." Buck's father, Jack Buck, also had won the award in his broadcasting days, making them the first father-son duo to both earn the honor. After a video played announcing his spot in Canton, Buck was left nearly speechless. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Veteran sports broadcaster Joe Buck got the surprise of a lifetime on Thursday night. During halftime of the game he was calling between the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns, Buck was informed via video that he was the 2020 recipient of the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle...
    President Donald Trump admitted he offered taxpayer funded COVID tests to Big Ten football teams to start playing because he was furious over a Joe Biden campaign ad that blamed the president for empty stadiums.  'That's actually what got me into gear,' Trump told Fox Sports Radio's Clay Travis Thursday morning. 'That was such a dirty thing to do. It was because of that I actually activated and got it done.'  The ad, which was released in late August, showed empty stadiums - including Pittsburgh's Heinz Field and Michigan's 'Big House' - beaches and church pews, and said 'Trump put America on the sidelines,' as the Star Spangled Banner played.  President Donald Trump, photographed during Wednesday's press briefing, said on Fox Sports Radio Thursday morning that he offered COVID tests to Big Ten teams and was inspired to push them to play after seeing a Joe Biden attack ad  ...
    The White House if furiously fighting back against a politically explosive report that the president called U.S. military heroes killed in battle 'losers' and 'suckers' – and turned down a trip to visit U.S. war dead in France due to the rain. President Donald Trump rejoined the fray on Friday, attacking the Atlantic magazine, which published the report that he termed 'fake.'  'The Atlantic Magazine is dying, like most magazines, so they make up a fake story in order to gain some relevance,' Trump tweeted. 'Story already refuted, but this is what we are up against. Just like the Fake Dossier. You fight and and fight, and then people realize it was a total fraud!' Trump continued. In addition to the president himself calling the story in the Atlantic fill of 'lies,' the White House communications shop has turned to an unlikely source of defense: former National Security Advisor John...
    Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump on Thursday forcefully denied a report in The Atlantic magazine that he had disparaged US service members killed in battle and chose to skip a ceremony honoring veterans.Speaking to reporters after returning from a rally in Pennsylvania, the President said the report was "a disgraceful situation.""To think that I would make statements negative to our military when nobody has done what I've done, with the budgets and the military budget. We're getting pay raises for the military. It is a disgraceful situation, by a magazine that is a terrible magazine, I don't read it," he said. CNN has not independently confirmed The Atlantic's report.The Atlantic specifically reported that Trump didn't want to attend a ceremony at the Belleau Wood Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France in 2018 because he was concerned that the rain would dishevel his hair.Read MoreCNN reporters in France during the President's visit, however,...
    Houston (USA), Jul 17 (EFE) .- The star guard of the Houston Rockets, James Harden, became the center of attention and controversy since yesterday, Thursday, in the Orlando “bubble” , where he is preparing the team to return to the competition. But the reason for that role has nothing to do with the sports section, but rather the reactions that someone who had used a protective mask that has been related to a certain political symbolism has had, an aspect that he denied this Friday. journalists. Harden noted that he did not intend to make a political statement by wearing a “Thin Blue Line” mask on Thursday and was not aware of what the mask represented. The thin blue line, the American flag with a blue line as one of the stripes, shows your support for law enforcement. That flag, as well as the Punisher skull that was in Harden’s...
    President Trump on Thursday bragged about how he ‘aced’ a ‘cognitive test’ that was administered ‘very recently’ and that doctors at Walter Reed Medical Center were ‘very surprised’ that he passed. Trump also blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday for helping to paint a huge Black Lives Matter sign right in front of Trump Tower in Manhattan. During an interview with Fox News on Thursday night, the president slammed his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, whom he accused of being ‘taken over by the radical left.’ Trump said Biden ‘didn’t take a cognitive test because he couldn’t pass one.’ The president added: ‘I actually took one very recently when I was - when the radical left was saying, is he all there, is he all there? President Trump on Thursday told Fox News that he 'aced' a cognitive test during a recent trip to Walter Reed...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Thursday he will introduce legislation that will block federal funding for states that do no protect their historical monuments and statues. "I’ll be introducing legislation to withhold funding from states and cities where leaders fail to uphold the law,” McCarthy said during a press briefing Thursday. “The mobs that Democrats encourage, suppress speech and punish those who speak out.” McCarthy’s announcement follows nationwide demonstrations against systematic racism in the U.S., with many calling for the removal of all confederate statues, and some even calling for the removal of any statue with relations to slavery. The protests were brought on following cellphone footage that was released showing the death of George Floyd while in police custody on May 25. DHS DEPLOYS SPECIAL FEDERAL UNIT TO PROTECT STATUES AND MONUMENTS OVER JULY 4TH WEEKEND “Democrats encourage it because they think it is a distraction, that their...
    "The Five" co-host Emily Compagno claimed Friday that Joe Biden has turned to "name-calling" in his campaign for the presidency because "he doesn't have any innovative ideas of how to deal with a pandemic." On Thursday, Biden vowed he would "do everything possible" to require Americans to wear face masks in public, a move that would mark a significant intervention by the federal government and could see considerable pushback from states. Also Thursday, Biden compared Trump's response to the pandemic to that of "a child who can’t believe this has happened to him [with] all his whining and self-pity." FOX NEWS POLL: BIDEN LEADS IN FLORIDA AS TRUMP LAGS AMONG SENIORS Video"The mask thing, the enforcement, to me, is the largest issue," said Compagno, a Fox News contributor. "How are you going to enforce that? "I think Biden is coming out, ironically, he's sort of entering into that name-calling phase because he doesn't have any...
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