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Linzy, from Miami, Florida, captured her six-year-old daughter Amber's reaction while she watched the US president's final speech last week.
Times of Israel
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WhoWhatWhy
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Associated Press
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The only difference here is that it seems like the latter is just making up information and releasing it exhibit A.) Donald Trump’s golden showerintelligence report.” Which now the Director of intelligence James Clapper has admitted they were trolled by 4chan. The problem lies in politicizing our Intelligence agencies and them not even fact checking how that report was believable is beyond me it reads like satire. Even Intercept Pulitzer prize winning journalist Glenn Greenwald has noticed the deep-states growing war on Donald Trump. “In January, 1961, Dwight Eisenhower delivered his farewell address after serving two terms as U.S. president; the five-star general chose to warn Americans of this specific threat to democracy: “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex.
Daily Mail - Home
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The star, who died aged 68 on Christmas Eve, will be laid to rest in Surrey on Thursday, in front of friends and family, including his estranged wife Lyndsay – who he dumped by phone.
Ruptly TV
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Thousands participated in a rally to celebrate President Rafael Correa's decade of ruling Ecuador in the port city of Guayaquil on Sunday. This will be Correa's last chance to attend this annual celebration as president. In his farewell speech, he urged his supporters to vote for Alianza Pais, Ecuador's ruling party which he leads, in the upcoming elections. Recent polls show Ecuadorian voters to be in favour of the party's candidate and former Vice-President Lenin Moreno. Ecuadorians will head to the polls to elect a new president on 19 February, 2017. SOT, Rafael Correa, President of Ecuador (Spanish): "We will win, we will win. Here we have conviction, legacy, here are candidates [for the upcoming elections]. I would just like to conclude by saying, thank you, thank you to everyone for the permanent support, to the comrades of the government, the vice-president, the colleagues from Alianza Pais, the peasants, workers, informal traders, indigenous people, the afros, the Montavious, our migrant brothers and sisters, all of us for winning this decade, for this shared dream, for the victories we have obtained together.
Daily Mail - Home
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He was one half of a much publicised and brief relationship with Taylor Swift last year.
The Huffington Post
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With the Gilded Age of Trump about to dawn (or should it be Golden Showered Age?) ... I've become almost desperately eager as a news consumer for some different journalism to leaven the prevailing diet of outraged disgust vying with abject hero-worship. Those two extremes are dominating national political coverage right now, more dismal evidence for what our still-President Barack Obama decried (accurately, but unorginally for such a verbally dextrous guy) in his Tuesday farewell speech as "our bubbles" where we accept "only information, whether it's true or not, that fits our opinions, instead of basing our opinions on the evidence that is out there." So in my hunger for alternative fodder, I recalled my Scottish grandmother's adage - if ye want sumthin' daein' ... dae it yersel' - and so went ahead, reporting and producing my own TV feature on a political character very far removed from Donald Trump.
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AFP News Agency
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Fox News
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Jesse Watters heads to Chicago to ask the folks about the President's time in office on 'The O'Reilly Factor'
Ruptly TV
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China Daily
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Max Baucus, the current US ambassador to China, will leave Beijing for home on Jan 16. In a video bidding farewell to the Chinese, Baucus said he saw huge potential for cooperation between the US and China.
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PressTV News
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1. Obama: bomb, bomb, bomb The US has long been notorious for being a militaristic power that has waged numerous destructive wars without a good reason in various parts of the world from east Asia to Central America to the Middle East. When Outgoing US president Barack Obama assumed office in 2009, many inside and outside the US were hopeful they would not see the American military bullying other nations with its huge military machine at least during Obama's presidency. The president himself was awarded the Nobel peace prize in October 2009 which is ironic given his illegal drone wars in several countries which all happened to be Muslim nations. Seven years on, figures show that Obama has set a record in using munitions in other countries. 2. Farewell to Rafsanjani An icon in the history of the Islamic Republic of Iran. A revolutionary figure who remained steadfast in his belief in the Revolution which brought independence for the Iranian nation.
Cotswold Journal - Showbiz
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