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    Former President Donald Trump explained on Saturday his endorsement of J.D. Vance in Ohio’s Senate race despite the fact he previously “said some bad shit” about Trump. “He’s a guy that said some bad shit about me, he did,” Trump said as he reintroduced Vance during a rally in Ohio. “But you know what? Every one of the others did.” “In fact, if I went by that standard, I don’t think I would have ever endorsed anybody in the country,” Trump continued, adding that while they all said bad things, “they all came back.” The venture capitalist and “Hillbilly Elegy” author called himself in a 2016 interview “a Never Trump guy,” wrote of Trump in a 2016 tweet, “My god what an idiot,” and said his policy proposals “range from immoral to absurd.” GOP officials in the state urged Trump not to back Vance based on his past comments, writing in a letter that “an endorsement that cuts against your support and legacy in Ohio will only serve to confuse or upset voters.” However, last Friday, Vance earned the coveted endorsement, though Trump...
    Wendy Williams has allegedly cut off all direct contact with staffers on her talk-show as her months-long hiatus continues. The 57-year-old has been off the show because of health issues that are reportedly connected to her longtime struggle with the autoimmune disorder Graves' disease. 'She hasn't been talking to anybody, not producers, not senior producers- no one,' an insider claimed to The Sun. 'She has disappeared and the only line of contact production has is through her manager.' Rumors: Wendy Williams has allegedly cut off all direct contact with staffers on her talk-show as her months-long hiatus continues The source added: 'Her manager is an ex-cop, so they like him because he can be a police man for her,' but alleged: 'He really has no control over her anyway.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Michael Rapaport says that he's 'really, really... Wendy Williams flashes a smile as she steps out in New... Wendy Williams spends one-on-one time with son Kevin Hunter... Wendy Williams holds hands with son Kevin Hunter Jr. after... ...
    Former Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Monday that former President Donald Trump’s first major speech since leaving the White House was “a dud.” “I thought the speech was a dud myself,” Kasich said Monday on CNN’s “The Situation Room With Wolf Blitzer.” Kasich said Trump’s Sunday speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) made him think of a boxer with “no sting in the punch.” “You couldn’t knock anybody down or knock anybody out with it. And it was not impressive to me. And remember, there were like 1,400 people in a ballroom. I mean, if this is not the crowd that’s going to tear down the rafters, I don’t know where they are,” Kasich said. Kasich, a former governor of Ohio who ran for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, said he doesn’t believe Trump’s speech “inspired anybody.” “I’ve been saying for a couple of weeks … that I think he’s fading. I really do. And yesterday was just not impressive to me. I didn’t watch that much of it, but I watched enough of it to...
    Republican Florida Sen. Marco Rubio criticized President-elect Joe Biden’s speech responding to Wednesday’s U.S. Capitol riot as not doing “any good for anybody” during a Thursday night appearance on Fox News’ “The Story.” After saying he doesn’t “understand” calls to use the 25th Amendment to remove Trump, Rubio turned his attention to Biden’s speech. “I saw Joe Biden’s speech today,” Rubio told anchor Martha MacCallum. “It was the opportunity for him to sort of, at this moment, the day after all of that to sort of calm things down and instead he goes off for 20 minutes and talks about everything that happened last summer and that this was black protesters and the police would have responded differently.” WATCH:   One day after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol building, Biden said that Black Lives Matter activists who engaged in rioting over the summer would have “been treated very, very differently” by police. “No one can tell me that if it had been a group of Black Lives Matter protesting yesterday, there wouldn’t — they wouldn’t have been treated...
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Lamar Jackson’s energy is palpable. It pulses every time the NFL’s reigning Most Valuable Player has the ball in his hands, a kinetic energy fueled by the Baltimore quarterback’s unique skill set, one most teams in the league have struggled to grasp let alone stop. Yet something happens when Jackson faces the Pittsburgh Steelers. The electricity that comes so easily against others vanishes. Jackson’s surehandedness too. He gave it away three times in Pittsburgh last season as Baltimore relied on the defense and Justin Tucker’s ever-reliable right leg to survive in overtime. Earlier this month, Jackson directed an offense that piled up 457 yards. He also threw a pick-6 on Baltimore’s first possession, lobbed an ill-advised interception to start the second half that sparked Pittsburgh’s comeback from a 10-point deficit, and fumbled twice in the red zone as the Steelers grabbed hold of the AFC North with a 28-24 victory. Pittsburgh rookie linebacker Alex Highsmith — whose leaping pick after dropping into coverage gave the Steelers the jolt they needed — raises eyebrows afterward when he hinted...
    James Harden is all over the news due to speculations about a possible trade away from the Rockets franchise. Harden came to Houston in 2012, right after making it to the NBA finals with OKC. We all know how good Harden is at the moment. But few predicted him to reach this level, as he was just a bench player with OKC. James Harden spent three seasons at Oklahoma City, and he started just seven games during that tenure. He was, however, extremely effective from the bench and won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year in 2012.  The same year, a young and promising OKC team reached the finals, where they were schooled by the Miami Heat. Chris Bosh was a winning player in the Heat team, and he recently joined Shannon Sharpe’s ‘Club Shay Shay’ to have a casual chat ab out the league.  During a moment in the episode, Bosh and Sharpe were discussing the 2012 finals. Of course, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook spearheaded the team, but James Harden stood out as a bench scorer. ...
    Biden campaign surrogate Jenna Arnold said Sunday on Fox News Chanel’s “America’s News HQ” that no one from the campaign has addressed the authenticity of emails allegedly from Hunter Biden linking his father, former Vice President Joe Biden, to his Ukraine business dealings. Anchor Leland Vittert said, “What is interesting, you still have not answered the fundamental question, which is can anyone say that these emails are inauthentic and so far, I’ve not heard anybody say that.” Arnold said, “Yeah, I think that is fair. I don’t think anybody is saying they are inauthentic or not.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was seen on TV during Monday night’s matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs with his mask lowered below his mouth. After tight end Nick Boyle was flagged for tripping, the furious head coach took off his face mask to yell in the referee’s face. Unfortunately for Harbaugh, the confrontation was caught on camera. The referee was still wearing his mask. Harbaugh said he and the team are trying their best, wearing masks on the practice field, in meetings and on the sidelines. “To think in a three-hour competitive environment, you know, especially when you’re yelling, that your mask isn’t gonna fall down or whatever for five or ten seconds, so I think that’d be, I don’t think anybody could be held to that standard,” he said. Several NFL coaches were fined last week for violating the league’s face mask policy for coronavirus. He said he feels really good about the job he’s doing and his team is doing, so they’ll continue to do their best. Harbaugh could be fined at least $100,000,...
    OXNARD, Calif. (KABC) -- Southern California communities are facing serious challenges. Putting food on the table shouldn't be one of them.ABC7's Feed SoCal program partners with local food banks to support our communities, particularly during this time of extraordinary need in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic."This has been really hard on the community, especially the working class," said James Hatcher, a 16-year-old high school student from Camarillo, "You see all these people working hard to organize this, but the people working the hardest are the families. They're trying to do everything they can to pull through this crisis. I'm glad they're getting the help they deserve, because they matter."Hatcher volunteers regularly with Food Share Ventura County."They have fresh produce and I've been working out on the gardens that supply these boxes," said Hatcher. "I feel an obligation. Our generation has to step up and we all have to help each other.""I don't think anybody should be ashamed about getting help. It doesn't feel like hand outs, it just feels like community support. It's inspiring to see."ABC7's Feed SoCal is...
    Frazer Harrison/Getty Images Country music icon Dolly Parton lived up to her reputation as a straight shooter in a recent interview with Billboard, addressing hot topics like racism and Black Lives Matter with her trademark forthrightness, stating: “Of course Black lives matter. Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!” Parton, who was born and raised in the Appalachian mountains of eastern Tennessee, infuses her Southern charm into her acting roles and country songs. Her career has spanned fifty years and made her not just an artistic and financial success, but launched an internationally-recognizable brand, spawning theme parks, spas, and other entertainment and recreational venues. Parton is unabashedly proud of her Southern heritage, but she’s also outspoken about the importance of being inclusive. Parton’s chain of dinner theaters were originally called “Dixie Stampede,” a term with connections to not just the South in general, but the Confederacy. Parton renamed the theaters in 2018, two years before the George Floyd protests would renew calls for the removal of Confederate statues and the renaming of military bases and other government property named after rebel leaders. “There’s such a thing as innocent ignorance, and so many of us are guilty of that,” Parton told Billboard, adding that she heard people say the...
    Dolly Parton has weighed in on the Black Lives Matter debate, offering a politic answer that seems designed to avoid controversy over the far-left, anti police group and keep her in good graces with the media and her fans. In a lengthy Billboard profile, the country music legend voiced sympathy for black lives while stopping short of endorsing the movement itself. “I understand people having to make themselves known and felt and seen,” she said. “And of course Black lives matter. Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!” Watch below: "Of course Black lives matter. Do we think our little white asses are the only ones that matter? No!” –@DollyParton on supporting the #BlackLivesMatter movement and protests. Check out the full cover story here: https://t.co/AN9zNk1dRX pic.twitter.com/Oe1ZfZAl2t — billboard (@billboard) August 14, 2020 Dolly Parton said she tries not pass judgement on other people. “First of all, I’m not a judgmental person. I do believe we all have a right to be exactly who we are, and it is not my place to judge,” she told the magazine. “All these good Christian people that are supposed to be such good Christian people, the last thing we’re supposed to do is to judge one another. God is the judge, not us. I just try to be myself. I try to let everybody else be themselves.”  Parton also discussed her decision in 2018 to rename her “Dixie Stampede” dinner attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, to “Dolly Parton’s Stampede” in order to avoid offending...
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