Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber's son Presley has been making headlines for some pretty puzzling antics in recent weeks, and the couple is worried. Per multiple sources, the family is keeping it together in public — but behind the scenes is a different story. While Presley, 20, has reportedly struggled in the past, it was […]
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2 socialites have reportedly died after their Mercedes fell off a ferry leaving the most expensive ZIP code in the United States
The only way to get to Miami's exclusive Fisher Island is by a seven minute ferry, and two women inexplicably fell off it and died last night.
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Richard Lee was the police chief of Croydon, New Hampshire for 20 years. The town's selectboard eliminated his one-man department Tuesday night.
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It was awkward from the start. After noting that their next guest has been one of Donald Trump’s most loyal supporters “since day one,” Joy Behar introduced Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) as “a man who has obviously never watched The View.” “I do watch,” Gaetz insisted. “You guys make news every week.” Then came his first attempt at a joke. “I was just wondering if you were wearing black as a consequence of the death of the political left in the debate last night,” he said to near silence from the crowd and co-hosts. “It was quite something to observe.”When Behar pushed back, Gaetz added, “Well, Joe Biden at least. I was hoping that maybe Whoopi's bell could wake up the Biden campaign.” Whoopi Goldberg just glared at him.Elizabeth Warren Brings Her Bloomberg Knockout Punch to ‘The View’As Gaetz proceeded to attack the Democratic field, Behar said, “Let’s talk about your boss for a second.” He clearly knew she was referring to Trump, but shot back, “My boss are the people of northwest Florida,” to which Behar rolled her eyes and added, “Yeah, OK.” Over the course of the interview, Gaetz repeatedly searched for a lifeline in the only conservative co-host at the table, but Meghan McCain was loathe to give one to him. When the congressman defended Trump’s pick of the under-qualified Richard Grenell as acting Director of National Intelligence by arguing that “it is a good thing in this country that we do not ban gay people from being able to patriotically serve in the intelligence community,” Sunny Hostin chimed in with, “just transgender people.” “We shouldn't be banning anybody based on who they are or who they love. That's not the kind of Republican I am and that’s not the kind of Republican the president is,” Gaetz said, despite the fact that Trump deliberately reinstated a ban on transgender service members. All the hosts could do was laugh in disbelief. Jimmy Kimmel Tears Apart Trump ‘Ass-Kisser’ Matt Gaetz for Threatening Michael CohenThe last straw for McCain came when Gaetz said he supported the idea of Trump pardoning Roger Stone. “Oh come on, congressman!” she said. “Come on, come on. He's the swampiest swamp creature.” “When we designed our Constitution there were vestiges of the British monarchy that Americans still had some reverence for and one was the notion that the executive, that the sovereign, could extend unlimited grace for any reason,” Gaetz explained. “Did you just say the sovereign?” Goldberg asked. “So Trump is the king?” Behar added.By the end of the segment, Gaetz was rattling off Trump’s list of supposed “deep state” boogeymen including Peter Strozk, Lisa Page and Andrew McCabe and alleging a “double standard” when it comes to pardon power. He had no defense, however, when it came to Trump’s pardon of Rod Blagogevich, explaining, “I don't know how much about the governor of Illinois so I'm not going to get into that one.” “Congressman, I understand that Republicans coming on The View, this is a great culture-war place to come and show the leftists what's going on,” McCain said eventually, perhaps alluding to Donald Trump Jr.’s noisy appearance on the show last fall. “I get it. My husband works in conservative media.” As a “hardcore conservative” who’s “not a Trumper,” she wanted Gaetz to speak to the “character issues” that could prevent college-educated conservative women from sticking with the president in 2020.But instead of mounting a defense of Trump, Gaetz fell flat on his face. “Well, look, if cheating on your wife is a disqualification to be president, then y’all probably should have impeached Bill Clinton,” he said.When Behar and Goldberg simultaneously reminded him that “they did,” Gaetz stammered, “but not with all of you waving any pompoms.” “I’m sorry, I don’t know what that means,” Goldberg said. “It means nothing,” Behar helpfully explained. And that was pretty much it.Sacha Baron Cohen’s Latest Victim Is GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz: ‘They Totally Got Me’ Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet 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.
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A toddler from Rhode Island unintentionally made a grieving pizza delivery man’s night when he rushed to hug him on February 15.Footage by Lindsey Sheely, from West Warwick, shows the moment her two-year-old son Cohen ran out to embrace delivery man Ryan Catterson.The hug meant more to Catterson than Sheely could ever have imagined: he’d lost his teenage daughter.“We found out that Ryan unexpectedly lost his daughter recently, and that hug from Cohen was a little blessing from God. I believe in divine appointments and know that Ryan was the one to deliver our pizza for a reason,” Sheely wrote on Facebook.A GoFundMe page has since been set up to help with funeral expenses for Catterson’s daughter. Credit: Lindsey Sheely via Storyful