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    President Donald Trump tweeted out a video clip Wednesday of a Fox News contributor who linked Dr. Anthony Fauci to Chinese government scientists he says were 'wrong all along' about the coronavirus. The president retweeted a Twitter user named Karli who posted a clip of Dr. Marc Siegel during an appearance on Tucker Carlson's show on Fox News. In it, Siegel, a Fox contributor, said it didn't make sense to believe 'anything' coming out of China – then brought up Fauci, among the nation's top infectious disease experts.    'If you recall, this virus was discovered by another Dr. Li – Dr. Li Wenliang, may he rest in peace, 33-years-old, who had the Chinese police visit him in the middle...
    President Donald Trump retweeted a clip — from a QAnon Twitter account — that featured Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel raging against White House Coronavirus Task Force members Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Robert Redfield. Dr Siegel is so pissed off he threw Fauci under the bus with the Chinese! Holy crap! #TheMoreYouKnow pic.twitter.com/Ta5bXe2Nkw — Karli ???????? (@KarluskaP) September 16, 2020 Trump retweeted the clip on Wednesday from the Twitter user @KarluskaP, which — as of writing — displays QAnon imagery in both its profile and cover pictures. In the clip, from an interview on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Siegel said, “If you recall, this virus was discovered by another Dr. Li. Dr. Li Wenliang, may he...
    Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen sat down with NBC News’ Lester Holt for an interview ahead of the release of his book. The interview airs on NBC next Tuesday, and in a preview released Friday, Cohen says he’s really worried that the president would do anything to win: Michael Cohen tells @LesterHoltNBC that President Trump will do “anything and everything” to win another term. The White House calls his new book “fiction.” https://t.co/nyQh2nuVs1 Tune in to @NBCNightlyNews on Tuesday, September 8, for more of the interview. pic.twitter.com/pq7tjxfx3r — NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) September 4, 2020 “Donald Trump will do anything and everything within which to win. I believe that includes manipulating the ballots, I...
    So here we are, exactly where we knew we would be — except it’s worlds away from anything anyone could have expected. With the Democratic convention just behind us, the no-doubt-ghastly Republican convention just ahead and the nation afflicted with the worst pandemic in 100 years and a bottomless economic depression, we are poised on the brink of the most godawful election campaign of the media-politics age. It will be 10 weeks of anguish, torment and viciousness that we all believe will decide everything but may just as well, in the harsh light of history, be deemed to have decided nothing. Donald Trump — a bereaved and wounded toddler who has been pumped full of fluid or gas and inflated to...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — David Pastrnak is taking full responsibility for having to miss the last two weeks of Bruins practice, but the Boston forward doesn’t believe he did anything wrong. Pastrnak returned to the ice for the first time in weeks Monday in Toronto, and on Tuesday, he addressed the situation that sidelined him during the NHL’s Phase 3. The B’s winger spoke with reporters Tuesday for the first time since his return to the team, following a two-week quarantine that he had to go through for taking part in an unsanctioned skate session. After spending the NHL’s coronavirus hiatus in Europe, Pastrnak had to quarantine for two weeks upon his return. He took part...
    Dolly Parton has championed the idea of women empowering other women long before the term “feminism” became a buzzword, but as Parton's fans know, she's been hesitant to call herself one. In an interview with “Time 100 Talks: Finding Hope” -- for the magazine’s special series -- the “9 to 5” songstress explained her position, noting that it's “kind of a tricky question" when asked by TIME Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal what her stance was. "I suppose I am a feminist if I believe that women should be able to do anything they want to," Parton said. "And when I say a feminist, I just mean I don’t have to, for myself, get out and carry signs ... I just really feel I can live my...