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    Savannah Rychcik January 22, 2021 0 Comments Former White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx is speaking out about her time under the Trump administration. CBS’s Margaret Brennan asked Birx in an interview set to air on Sunday if she ever considered quitting. “Always. I mean, why would you want to put yourself through that every day?” Birx said. She added, “Colleagues of mine that I had known for decades, decades, in that one experience, because I was in the White House, decided that I had become this political person, even though they had known me forever. I had to ask myself every morning, is there something that I think I can do that would be helpful in responding to this pandemic? And it’s something I asked myself every night.“ Watch her remarks below: WATCH: @margbrennan: "Did you ever consider quitting?"Birx: "Always…I had to ask...
    Allison Janney’s co-star apparently struggled to kiss the Oscar-winning actress. The "Mom" star, who appeared on Thursday’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live," revealed a mystery scene partner once asked her to apply Neosporin on her lips before they filmed a kissing scene. The antibiotic ointment is used to reduce the risk of infections from minor skin injuries. "Even before COVID, I had a scene partner who I had to kiss with, and he was such a germaphobe, he would put Neosporin on his lips and ask me to put it on mine, too, before he would kiss me," the 61-year-old recalled. ANNA FARIS IS ENGAGED, SAYS HER 'MOM' CO-STAR ALLISON JANNEY Janney, who wouldn’t reveal her co-star’s identity, admitted she didn’t know whether Neosporin would actually prevent germs from spreading or not. "I took it very personally though," she said. "Where does he think I put my mouth? It kind of unnerved me, but,...
    New York : Dua Lipa. Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN / . / . Last january 13 Dua Lipa He shared a couple of photographs of himself on social networks, in which he posed dressed in a tight minidress and that his followers interpreted as his way of letting them know that he was expecting his first child with his current partner, Anwar hadid, despite the fact that no obvious change in the singer’s physique was actually appreciated. The reason many took for granted that this was a pregnancy announcement was that the music star chose a series of emoticons to accompany the snapshots that included two teddy bears, two baby bottles and several hearts. Now she has wanted to take advantage of her time in the program Jimmy kimmel this Monday to clarify that she is not pregnant and that the choice of those ‘suspicious...
    President Donald Trump’s veto of the National Defense Authorization Act even concerned some Republicans, and last week both the House and Senate On Fox News Sunday, Bret Baier questioned Senator Kelly Loeffler, who was not present for the vote, and pressed her on how she would have voted. Loeffler just said she’s stood with Trump “100 percent of the time” and praised him for “putting America first.” SHe didn’t directly address the NDAA vote, and Baier immediately picked up on that, saying, “Obviously Georgia is a big defense state, current and former military here, defense business here. How would you have voted had you voted on that veto override?” Loeffler pointed to her initial vote for the NDAA before saying, “I don’t know.” “You would have sustained the veto… on the NDAA?” Baier again asked. Loeffler again went back to talking up the stakes of the runoff campaigns, saying...
    When Virginia Roberts wrote her memoir, The Billionaire’s Playboy Club, she described having had three sexual encounters with the Duke of York.  The first, she said, took place in London when she was just 17, to which she claims to have been trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein. The second occurred shortly afterwards at the Epstein mansion in New York. Then, on page 105 of the manuscript, Miss Roberts describes a final sexual encounter with Andrew. She does so in considerable, if not compelling, detail. Ghislaine Maxwell had told her to fly to Santa Fe to ‘meet someone there’. Miss Roberts recalled: ‘It was the middle of the day when I arrived at the airport. One of the ranch hands came to pick me up in a big work truck that smelled like dirt and sweat. ‘When we arrived at the mansion, my guest was already there, waiting for me. Virginia...
    EXCLUSIVE: Former “Baywatch” star Brooke Burns never envisioned herself hosting game shows, but now, she wouldn’t have it any other way.The actress made her game show hosting debut on NBC’s “Dog Eat Dog” in 2002 and went on to host ABC’s “You Deserve It” with Chris Harrison in 2011. Then from 2013 to 2015, the 42-year-old took on “The Chase” where she was nominated for an Emmy as an outstanding game show host.  These days, Burns is taking on the next challenge with “Master Minds”, on the Game Show Network (GSN), where three contestants square off against three trivia pros, including Ken Jennings of “Jeopardy!” fame, as well as Muffy Marracco and Jonathan Corbblah in multiple rounds. The lowest scoring player on each side is eliminated until the top competitor and top “Master Mind” face-off. If the contestant manages to get more questions correct, they win $10,000.  FORMER ‘PRICE IS...
    Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday addressed an interim report on the Michigan COVID-19 Task Force on Racial Disparities, but would not provide a direct answer to the question of whether she would extend the three-week pause on economic activity in the state. More than two weeks after imposing a second lockdown of Michigan’s indoor dining facilities, theaters and bowling alleys, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services-imposed pause is due to expire next week. Rather than specifically indicating whether she or MDHHS would allow those rules to sunset, however, the governor and Michigan’s Chief Medical Officer Joneigh Khaldun hinted they anticipate an increase in COVID-19 cases as a result of “millions” of state residents traveling over the Thanksgiving Day weekend. The bulk of Whitmer’s Thursday news conference was dedicated to discussion of her administration’s efforts to protect communities of color from the spread of COVID-19. ...
    President Donald Trumps Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, said Tuesday she gave no commitments to the White House on how she would rule on Obamacare or election-related cases and declined to say if she believed landmark rulings legalizing abortion and gay marriage were properly decided. Barrett opted not to say whether she would step aside from taking part in a major Obamacare case to be argued Nov. 10 or in any disputes arising from the Nov. 3 election – as Democrats have requested – as she answered questions for the first time on the second day of her Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing. The marathon questioning gave the conservative U.S. appellate judge a chance to respond to Democrats who oppose her because they fear she will cast a decisive vote in striking down the 2010 healthcare law formally called the Affordable Care Act and its protections for people with...
    Reuters October 13, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett said on Tuesday she gave no commitments to the White House on how she would rule on Obamacare or election-related disputes and declined to tell senators whether she believes landmark rulings legalizing abortion and gay marriage were properly decided. Barrett opted not to say whether she would step aside from taking part in a major Obamacare case to be argued on Nov. 10 or in any disputes arising from the Nov. 3 election – as Democrats have requested – as she answered questions for the first time on day two of her Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing. The marathon questioning gave the conservative U.S. appellate judge a chance to respond to Democrats who oppose her because they fear she will cast a decisive vote in striking down the 2010 healthcare law formally called the...
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    Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) pushed back against the notion of President Donald Trump Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s faith preventing her from being an effective Supreme Court justice. Host Joe Scarborough asked Hirono if Barrett can be a “devout” Christian “and still be an effective judge.” The Hawaii lawmaker said Barrett’s “religion is immaterial,” adding what really matters is whether she can separate her “deeply-held views” on issues like abortion and LGBTQ rights. “Do you have any concerns about her being a woman of faith, a devout woman of faith and getting in the way of her being able to do her duty, or do you believe people can actually be practicing Catholics and devout Christians and still be an effective judge?” Scarborough asked. “Joe, her religion is immaterial,” Hirono replied. “The issue is whether she can separate her deeply held views on...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) refused to answer if she would impeach Attorney General William Barr to slow down the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court on Sunday’s broadcast of CNN’s “State of the Union.” Anchor Jake Tapper said, “So, Speaker Pelosi, it sounds as though you’re almost resigned to the fact that Judge Barrett will become Justice Barrett. And you’re saying very clearly that your message to viewers right now is vote, vote, vote — vote November 3 or early voting or whatever. That would seem to suggest that you are not on the program when it comes to individuals like Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who this week did not rule out this long-shot effort to try to stall the confirmation of Judge Barrett by impeaching Attorney General Bill Barr. Now, you haven’t ruled it out.” Pelosi said, “Well, I’m not familiar with what suggestion...
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett can expect to be asked whether she will recuse herself from any rulings regarding the 2020 presidential election if confirmed to the high court. New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, a Democrat who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee, told NBC's Meet the Press that he would be willing to meet with Barrett ahead of the committee hearings for her confirmation that will start next month. "I think you know my spirit which is to sit down and meet with people and talk to them. And I'm going to make it very clear, one of the things I want to ask her is will she recuse herself [...] in terms of any election issues that come before us, because if she does not recuse herself, I fear that the court will be further delegitimized," Booker said on Sunday. "In other words, President Trump has said, 'I...
    Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamGraham says FBI chief 'committed to being helpful' after Trump criticism Democrat flips GOP-held state House seat in South Carolina Ron Johnson signals some GOP senators concerned about his Obama-era probes MORE (R-S.C.) broke with President TrumpDonald John TrumpUSPS warns Pennsylvania mail-in ballots may not be delivered in time to be counted Michael Cohen book accuses Trump of corruption, fraud Trump requests mail-in ballot for Florida congressional primary MORE on Friday by saying there is no debate over whether Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisHarris to host virtual Hollywood campaign event co-chaired by Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling Democrats hammer Trump for entertaining false birther theory about Harris Hillicon Valley: 'Fortnite' owner sues Apple after game is removed from App Store | Federal agencies seize, dismantle cryptocurrency campaigns of major terrorist organizations MORE is a U.S. citizen, remarks that came after the president encouraged a conspiracy theory that the...
    Margot Robbie's name was trending on Twitter on Friday following a bombshell conversation between Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith in which she admitted to having an affair. The 30-year-old Wolf Of Wall Street actress was the subject of multiple tweets from users wondering if she and her 51-year-old Suicide Squad costar had had an affair in the past. The social media users may have been emboldened after viewers of Will's conversation questioned whether he hinted at an affair of his own during the Red Table Talk chat. Getting attention: Margot Robbie, 30, was trending on Friday following Will Smith's bombshell Red Table Talk conversation with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith in which she admitted to an affair with singer August Alsina; pictured in 2016 Margot was briefly among the trending topics on Twitter, along with Will, which led one user to make a sex joke about...
    A bride-to-be has thrown Reddit into a serious quandary as to who is wrong. Everyone’s seemingly favorite subreddit “Am I the A--h---“ is contemplating who – if anyone – is to blame after a user posted her wedding day dilemma. CALIFORNIA BRIDE, GROOM RESCUED AFTER GIANT WAVE SWEEPS THEM INTO OCEAN DURING WEDDING PHOTOS The woman begins her tale by explaining she is 28 and getting married in September. The woman writes that she has a “blind friend who mostly relies on her guide dog.” The bride claims to be severely allergic to dogs and has asked her friend to not bring her guide dog to the wedding, and instead the bride would pay for other accommodations.  (iStock) The situation gets trickier as the bride “has three chronic illnesses” that she reportedly take 23 pills a day for, including “you guessed it, an extremely severe dog allergy.” The woman explains when she meets...
    Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., ducked questions Monday about whether she favors defunding police forces. Harris appeared on ABC's "The View" Monday, the same day she appeared alongside other Democratic leaders in unveiling a sweeping police reform bill. In recent days, some Democrats have called to defund -- or in some instances totally disband -- police departments. Republicans have vehemently pushed back against the notion. Conservative co-host Meghan McCain asked Harris point blank where she stands on the issue. CONGRESSIONAL BLACK CAUCUS CHAIR REJECTS CALL TO DEFUND POLICE, BUT PUSHES FOR JUNE VOTE ON REFORMS "Are you for defunding the police?" McCain asked. “How are you defining ‘defund the police?’” Harris replied. McCain said she understood this to mean "removing the police," referencing Rep. Ilhan Omar, who supports disbanding the Minneapolis Police Department and has called for “reimagining policing.” TOP MINNEAPOLIS POL DUCKS QUESTION ON HOW 'DISMANTLE' POLICE PUSH WOULD AFFECT CRIME...
    (CNN)Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska broke with many of her Republican colleagues Thursday, applauding an op-ed by General James Mattis that condemned President Donald Trump's actions this week."When I saw General Mattis' comments yesterday I felt like perhaps we are getting to a point where we can be more honest with the concerns that we might hold internally and have the courage of our own convictions to speak up," Murkowksi said on Capitol Hill. The comments were a stark contrast to many of her other Republican colleagues on Capitol Hill who argued that while Mattis had a right to disagree with Trump, they didn't agree with Mattis' assessment."I was really thankful. I thought General Mattis' words were true, and honest and necessary and overdue," Murkowski said. "And, I have been struggling for the right words, and I was encouraged a couple of nights ago when I was able to read...
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