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|2020 Vision Wednesday: Trump raised $15 million in California in one day. That should worry Democrats. ||NFL veteran Vontae Davis quit the NFL midgame. Here's what happened next |
When President Trump arrived in California Tuesday, Democrats saw his arrival as a platform for protest, but there's another reason his visit should concern them.
| One year ago, Vontae Davis walked off a football field for the last time ... in the middle of a game. Now he revisits the moment that shocked the NFL and where it's taken him since. |
|Navy SEAL who oversaw the bin Laden raid says China's massive military buildup is a 'holy s---' moment ||Vazquez told police of attempted sex with minor |
Speaking at an event in Washington, William McRaven, a SEAL who oversaw the bin Laden raid, said the US was approaching a "Sputnik moment" with China.
| According to a criminal complaint released by Pennsylvania State Police, Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez admitted that he tried to have sex with a 13-year-old girl. |
|Michelle Malkin Smears Cokie Roberts on the Day of Her Death: ‘One of the First Guilty Culprits of Fake News’ ||Allegheny DA won't prosecute AB due to statute |
Charley Gallay/Getty for International Innovators of Justice/American Justice AllianceHours after the world learned that journalist Cokie Roberts had passed away following complications from breast cancer, right-wing provocateur Michelle Malkin took a swipe at the reporter’s legacy by calling her “one of the first guilty culprits of fake news.”Taking part in a panel at the Paley Center on Tuesday, Malkin joined an array of liberal and conservative commentators and media figures to discuss whether the media is biased.At one point in the discussion, Malkin—who has recently been making the media rounds hawking her latest anti-immigrant book—took aim at Roberts.“Cokie Roberts, of course, passed away today and God bless her for an incredible career that she had but I distinctly remember that she was one of the first guilty culprits of fake news,” she declared.“We’re doing this today?” CNN chief media correspondent Brian Stelter, who was also on the panel, interjected.“Yes, yes we are,” Malkin confirmed.“You’re attacking her today,” Stelter continued. “I just want to be clear: The body isn’t even cold yet.”Malkin, meanwhile, said her remark was “pertinent” to the issue of “fake news,” bringing up an instance in 1994 when Roberts stood in front of a projection of the Capitol to do an ABC News report from the State of the Union address.“This was a deliberate attempt to deceive the viewing public into thinking she was actually there live covering it,” Malkin added. “Fake news has existed far longer than before President Trump even had the idea of running for office.”Malkin’s remarks, predictably, were not well received by the attendees, with many in the audience shouting at her to leave and go home. Tuesday was far from the first time that Malkin has kicked dirt on a prominent figure after he or she has passed away. During this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference, Malkin slammed the “ghost of John McCain” for what she described as his weak immigration policies.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
| Antonio Brown will not be prosecuted by Pittsburgh-area law enforcement for a June 2017 sexual assault allegation due to the expiration of the statute of limitations. |
|New poll finds Harris’ support has plunged 13 points in Iowa ||Ref who made wrestler cut locks banned 2 years |
In July, Harris was tied with Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden for first place in the state.
| The New Jersey high school referee who forced a wrestler to cut his dreadlocks or forfeit has been suspended for two years. |
|The Royal Navy Is Going All In on 2 New Aircraft Carriers ||Eli unhappy about demotion, but 'I'm not dying' |
The Royal Navy would become what Tony Radakin, the new first sea lord, called “a proper, carrier task group navy.”
| Eli Manning, who lost his starting quarterback job with the GIants to rookie Daniel Jones, said he's "just gotta accept my new role and make the best of it." |
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Coup Or Civil War In Egypt
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