Washington Free Beacon
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Talk show host Chelsea Handler said Saturday that she will not consider having First Lady Melania Trump on her show because she can barely speak English. Handler spoke with Variety s Elizabeth Wagmeister after leading a Women’s March during the Sundance Film Festival, Mediate reported . Handler has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, telling other media outlets that she would not have him on her show. But then Wagmeister asked if Handler would have the first lady on the show instead of her husband. Melania? Handler asked. To talk about what? She can barely speak English. When given the chance to soften her stance on Melania, Handler fired another attack. What do you think about her as the first lady? Wagmeister asked. Exactly what I think about him as the first man, Handler said.
OK!
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Kylie Jenner has debuted a shorter hairstyle on Snapchat [Kylie Jenner/Snapchat] However the 19-year-old was clearly less than impressed with her tresses, telling her Snapchat followers: “The gag is.. I had to cut off all my hair today.” As she zoomed into her temple, little broken blonde hairs were visible under her newly darkened locks suggesting that the change had been down to necessity rather than choice owing to damage previously caused by peroxide. When asked by a fan ...
ITV
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Was that good in a way? It was fantastic, I absolutely loved it. It was so liberating because it was just about the work. Nobody was there for the paycheck and nobody expected this movie to do as well as it has done. It was an experiment for us. We were so passionate about telling the so amazing story. It has captured the for me.
The Guardian
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Republican says pop star is part of ‘an emerging leftwing fascism’ after her comments at Women’s March The former Republican House speaker Newt Gingrich has said Madonnaought to be arrested” for telling the crowd at the Women’s March on Washington that she had “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House”. The singer said on Sunday that she had been speaking metaphorically. “I am not a violent person,” she wrote on Instagram. “I spoke in metaphor and I shared two ways of looking at things - one was to be hopeful, and one was to feel anger and outrage, which I have personally felt.” Continue reading...
Daily Mail - USA
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Dion Bews lashed out at Rebel Media journalist Sheila Gunn Reid at the protest in Edmonton, Alberta, telling her: 'Get out of my f***** face' and 'you're full of s***' as she tried to question him.
YourNewsWire
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But Trump himself came out hard against the $85 billion deal during the campaign. Though, in recent days he's suggested he is still deciding his stance, telling Axios in an interview that I haven't seen any of the facts. That remark came just one day after he met with Pai at Trump Tower and less than a week after AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson [...] The post Trump: FCC Pick To Abolish Net Neutrality appeared first on Your News Wire .
The Hill
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Voice Of America
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When he shook up his cabinet this month, replacing more than a dozen ministers, he kept Marco Torres at the helm of the Food Ministry. Transparency International Chair Jose Ugaz said the lack of government response was in itself telling. “It's powerful that there's been no reaction to such a strong report,” he said. The AP story about corruption in the food supply under a socialist government sparked discussion even among Venezuelan leftists on the popular Aporrea website. “Look at the disaster Carlos Osorio made of the Ministry of Food, and there were no consequences, just removal from office,” Esmeralda Garcia wrote on Aporrea. “This has become a third rail that you can't bring up for discussion, because it's an open secret and no one does anything.” Thousands protest On Monday, thousands of protesters marched through Caracas to demand that Maduro resign or allow a recall referendum to proceed.
ABC News - Technology
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The U.S. Justice Department asked a federal judge on Monday to throw out a lawsuit filed by Microsoft that seeks to quash a law that prohibits the company from telling its customers when the government demands their electronic data
Washington Free Beacon
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Talk show host Chelsea Handler said Saturday that she will not consider having First Lady Melania Trump on her show because she can barely speak English. Handler spoke with Variety s Elizabeth Wagmeister after leading a Women’s March during the Sundance Film Festival, Mediate reported . Handler has been a vocal critic of President Donald Trump, telling other media outlets that she would not have him on her show. But then Wagmeister asked if Handler would have the first lady on the show instead of her husband. Melania? Handler asked. To talk about what? She can barely speak English. When given the chance to soften her stance on Melania, Handler fired another attack. What do you think about her as the first lady? Wagmeister asked. Exactly what I think about him as the first man, Handler said.
Associated Press
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Viewers were shocked then the quiz master, nicknamed The Beast, suffered a meltdown after being defeated on the show. The star, 51, stormed off set while the cameras were still rolling, punching the wall on his way out. Mark lost it after contestants managed to beat him to win an incredible £60,000. Host Bradley Walsh tried to the incident off, telling the camera: "That just shows you how they take it." The Chase: Mark Labbett appeared on Lorraine on Monday morning [ITV] The ...
Breitbart News
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Monday on MSNBC commenting on the first official White House press briefing by press secretary Sean Spicer, Andrea Mitchell said it was both substantive and responsive. Mitchell said, First of all, he came out with a joke, with a light-hearted reference to the fact that Josh Earnest would still be the most popular, that his record of popularity would stand, that he messaged him last night. He attempted to fix — I think it was a reboot, you know, a chance to start over, frankly, a do-over. And it was substantive. It was responsive. He took lots of questions. He said that he intended to tell the truth, which is an important line to draw, saying that they may occasionally come out in haste and answer things incorrectly and have to fix it, but that he is dedicated to telling the truth, she added.
BBC News 24
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5 times their weekly income. Telling you this morning about some flights being held up at Heathrow, about 100 flights. Fog out there in places. Here is Carol with a look at this morning's weather. You could be forgiven for saying Monday, because the weather for many of us is like it was on Monday.
Leicester Mercury
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A mother has claimed she was forced to stop breastfeeding her child by staff in a Leicester shop.Sibel Arnold said she was in the Loros charity shop in Market Street when a cashier came running over, telling her she must stop.Bosses at Loros, a hospice in Groby Road in the city, have apologised to Ms Arnold over the incident.Ms Arnold complained on Facebook about her treatment at the store on Saturday.'I told her how ridiculous she sounded'She posted: After...
The Huffington Post
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He's come a long way since then. So why the change of heart? Perhaps because the candidate Short once wanted to stop is now poised to deliver on key elements of the Koch Brothers' agenda. Trump is appointing oil industry executives and lobbyists to a number of top positions and denies the reality of climate change. His xenophobic and bigoted rhetoric fuels the kind of fear that does great things for gun sales . Like Freedom Partners , Trump is pushing deregulation. And Trump, together with his congressional allies, is poised to repeal Obamacare. Recently, the Kochs' "grassroots" group Americans for Prosperity, is telling potential donors (with typically hyperbolic capitalization) that the Kochs' three-part agenda consists of "1. REPEALING OBAMACARE; 2. FIXING OUR BROKEN TAX SYSTEM" - that is, tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy - and, "3.
ITV
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Let's turn the difference to legal judgement about who should trigger article 50. Will this lead to all sorts of delays? Because of Nick Clegg was telling us earlier, if MPs have the chance to vote on this, they will tinker with this bill.
ITV
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They are against the present trouble. -- bookend. Without getting too pompous about this. People will look at you and think you are a capable and express politician. No-one said pompous. To say that look at these awful Brexiteers, they broke their promises, I will be you telling the world before the election that we will abandon tuition fees for students and then you did the complete opposite when jumped in the bed with the Tories. had a democratic mandate to do so.
ITV
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The Government's cover up of a failed Trident missile test is described as a farce in several of this morning's papers. The Mirror says that while Defence Secretary Michael Fallon was telling MPs not to believe everything they read in the papers, American officials were confirming the test had gone wrong. The Daily Telegraph says Donald Trump has vowed to make the special relationship between the UK and the United States even acrylamide.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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Is the Secretary of State telling us that nothing went wrong on this particular launch? While accepting that the nuclear deterrent needs to be It is absolutely outrageous that this House had to rely on a leak to a Sunday newspaper to find out about this and the subsequent cover-up.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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All of the difficulties in the 23rd of March 2016, given to Arlene Foster. It surprises me when you see the contents of this letter that I am suspended from the party for telling the truth while people on the front bench and those behind them are guilty of far more serious, inappropriate relationships and behaviour than I am. Far more serious. We have a prize in one hand of some reduction in the public spend, but we have the risk on the other hand of litigation, of judicial review and a further waste of public money on expensive legal challenges.
BBC News 24
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" I cannot think of, at least in the time that I've been in Washington, anyone ever standing there and lecturing the press, any government official, and telling them, this is what you cover.
BBC Parliament
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Is the Secretary of State telling us that nothing went wrong on this particular launch? While accepting that the nuclear deterrent needs to be shrouded in secrecy, it also needs to deter and once on a leak to a Sunday newspaper to find out about this and the subsequent cover-up.