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    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was on the receiving end of more vitriol on liberal news networks over the weekend when Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber accused the Republican of trying to divide the public over COVID-19. Gelber suggested that while the governor showed "pretty good" bipartisan leadership at the beginning of the pandemic, he's turned the health crisis into a "wedge issue." "And then he just realized there was a political opportunity if he made this about some supposed freedom," Gelber said Sunday on CNN. "Which, of course, it's not. We require vaccines for kids in school. We require people to do things that don't endanger their neighbors or strangers even."  MIAMI, FLORIDA - JULY 13: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis takes part in a roundtable discussion about the uprising in Cuba at the American Museum of the Cuba Diaspora on July 13, 2021 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (Getty) DESANTIS' OFFICE HITS BACK AFTER MAYOR ASKS ‘WHERE’S OUR GOVERNOR?' Gelber took particular issue with DeSantis's campaign website for selling beer koozies poking fun at Dr. Anthony...
    Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump each phoned in 2018 to give assurances that they could work together after he met with President Trump about serving as chief of staff – despite his past role prosecuting Kushner's father, Charles. Christie met with Trump as the president was considering pushing out chief of staff John Kelly – one of a line of chiefs the president hire and then sour upon. Trump ultimately went through four of them.  Christie met with Trump in December 2018 to discuss the job, only to withdraw himself from consideration for what he said publicly were family reasons. (He said at the time that 'now is not the right time for me or my family to undertake this serious assignment.' According to his new book, Republican Rescue, Trump offered him the job. Among the reasons he turned it down was a bad reaction when someone leaked word of his meeting with the president. Trump would later admit it was he who put out the information, Christie writes, the Daily Beast reported...
    At our busiest last month, Charlie and I had five houseguests living with us. We were happy to host them, but boy, what a chore! They ate constantly, and insisted on an incredibly limited diet — nothing but their one favorite food would do. They stayed to their rooms, but made a mess, dropping their stuff everywhere. One of them finally set off on his own a few days ago; up and left without a word of thanks. We cheered his departure and took the obligatory photos. We expect the others will leave soon, but we know that won’t happen until they’re good and ready, so we can’t mark an exact date on the calendar. We’re pretty sure that they’re all planning to head to Mexico, some place in the mountains they seem to know about. If you haven’t figured it out already, these were not ordinary guests, but monarch larvae that we brought into the house. It feels like a privilege to be able to see them through their metamorphosis, but I have to say, I’ll be glad when...
    Rimini Weather: Partly cloudy today, Monday Partly cloudy, Tuesday Partly cloudy 08/29/2021, Rimini Weather Forecast. The day is characterized by a partly cloudy sky, with temperatures ranging from 17 to 24 C Rimini Weather Forecast Rimini, Sunday, August 29th: Partly cloudy day, minus 17 ° C, maximum 24 C. Today the maximum temperature will be 24 ° C at 3 pm and the minimum temperature will be 17 ° C at 6 am. Winds will be around 15km / h in the morning and weak at 5km / h in the evening from the southeast. High sunlight intensity at 1 pm, with a UV value of 6.8, corresponds to 867W / m2. Monday, August 30thThe day is characterized by scattered clouds, min 16 ° C, maximum 26 C in detail: cloudy skies in the morning, scattered clouds throughout the day. Tomorrow the maximum temperature will be 26 ° C at 3 pm and the minimum temperature will be 16 ° C at 6 am. Winds will be weak at 10 kmph in the south-southeast direction, moderate in the afternoon...
    The hot streak of weather for the D.C. region continues on Friday with a steamy morning, dangerous heat levels and the threat of thunderstorms this afternoon, before a cold front moves into the area to bring some relief on Saturday. Here’s what you need to know. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for Friday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. for most of the region. The heat index will range from 105 to 110 degrees during the afternoon into the early evening hours. Storm Team4 meteorologist Amelia Draper said to take it easy outdoors. “Take lots of breaks, drink lots of water and wear light-colored and loose-fitted clothing,” Draper said. Listen to WTOP online and on the radio at 103.5 FM or 107.7 FM. Current traffic conditions Weather forecast Closings and Delays Sign up for WTOP alerts Friday’s continued hot weather is a continuation of a week of high temperatures and humidity. While Thursday was the second day in a row heat indexes topped out between 105 and 110 along the Interstate 95 corridor, it...
    Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman is once again addressing the lack of diversity on the legendary New York-based sitcom that featured a predominantly all-white cast.  Speaking on new CNN series, History of a Sitcom, Kauffman, 64, talks about how she blames herself for the issue.  'It was, to a certain extent, a product of the time period and of my own ignorance,' she stated during the CNN show.  Diversity matters: Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman blames herself for lack of diversity on hit sitcom saying it was partly down to her 'own ignorance' 'There were Black shows and there were white shows. There weren't a lot of shows that were interracial,' she continued.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next From Friends to Frasier, to Ellen, to Cybill...! How this... Friends co-creator reveals why it took so long to bring the... Courteney Cox's daughter Coco Arquette, 17, reveals whether... Friends reunion: Lisa Kudrow shares she is 'thrilled' with... Share this article Share The TV writer and creator added: 'I guess at the time I...
    TOKYO (AP) — The state of emergency Japan set up to curb the spread of the coronavirus will be lifted in six urban areas this weekend and remain in the Tokyo area for another week, a government minister said Friday. Partially lifting the emergency, and just a week early, underlines Japan’s eagerness to keep business restrictions to a minimum to keep the economy going. The emergency, which began in January, centers around asking restaurants, bars and other businesses to close at 8 p.m. Japan has never had a lockdown, but has managed to keep infections relatively low, with deaths related to COVID-19 at about 7,600 people so far. Yasutoshi Nishimura, the minister in charge of pandemic measures, told a special government panel that the emergency would be lifted in Aichi, Gifu, Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo, central Japan, as well as southwestern Fukuoka. Tokyo and surrounding Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa Prefectures will continue to observe the emergency until March 7, although an official decision has not yet been announced. Worries have been growing because the...
    Mike Foster, former Louisiana governor, has died at 90 What you need to know about reheating food safely LeBron James walked off the court early during the Heats Game 3 win and said it was partly out of frustration © Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images LeBron James during Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images LeBron James left the court with 10 seconds to play in Game 3 of the Miami Heat's Game 3 win of the NBA Finals. Though James left the court when the buzzer sounded, a difference between the shot and game clock meant the Lakers got the ball back with fractions of a second to play before the game ended. After the game, James was asked if he left out of frustration about the loss or confusion over the amount of time remaining, and he said, "Both." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James left the court early as the Miami Heat came up with a big win over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 3 of the NBA Finals....
    LeBron James during Game 3 of the NBA Finals. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images LeBron James left the court with 10 seconds to play in Game 3 of the Miami Heat's Game 3 win of the NBA Finals. Though James left the court when the buzzer sounded, a difference between the shot and game clock meant the Lakers got the ball back with fractions of a second to play before the game ended. After the game, James was asked if he left out of frustration about the loss or confusion over the amount of time remaining, and he said, "Both." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. LeBron James left the court early as the Miami Heat came up with a big win over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. With 10 seconds remaining and the Heat's victory in hand, James walked off the court. He stood by the tunnel to the locker room for a few seconds, then left the area for good as the final buzzer sounded. However, while the Heat let...
    The popular Rowan Atkinson-starrer series, Mr. Bean, has completed a 30-year run. The English comedian star said he always believed that the show had a very good chance of being successful and long-running, partly because the character is essentially a child in a mans body. “I always believed that ‘Mr. Bean’ had a very good chance of being successful and having longevity, partly because the comedy is mainly visual and partly because Mr. Bean is essentially a child in a man’s body. Across all races and cultures, the behaviour of children tends to be the same and so is easily identified and laughed at,” Atkinson said. 10 Years Of Inception: Production Designer Weighs In On The Ambiguous Ending, Says It Was A ‘Big Debate’ In The Dailies What makes “Mr Bean” relevant today, 30 years on? “His childish, anarchic behaviour will always be funny,” Atkinson replied. Talking about his fondest memories from filming “Mr. Bean”, Atkinson said that he found filming the show “stressful.” “I’m sorry to say that I find all filming stressful but ‘Mr. Bean’ especially so, because...
    The upcoming “Wonder Woman 1984” – a sequel to the 2017 smash hit – will be having a villain whose conception was apparently influenced by Orange Man Bad, though that was not meant as a political statement, the director claimed. According to Patty Jenkins, the film’s director, the villain Maxwell Lord, played by Pedro Pascal (“The Mandalorian”), was partially inspired by President Donald Trump. “He’s one of them,” Jenkins told Screen Rant of the character’s many influences. The director, however, clarified that she is not in any way trying to wade into politics. “I mean honestly, the funny thing is he is, but I’m not trying to make … We even have the president in this movie, and I’ve gone out of my way not to make it look like Ronald Reagan,” Jenkins said. “I don’t want to get political; it’s not about being political.” “I don’t have an agenda to have a political message to send to the world,” she continued. “Everybody needs to look at themselves right now, and our politics, our belief system of excess.” When creating...
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