Updated | One of President Donald Trump's longtime allies is foretelling doom for the commander in chief, who is embroiled in multiple controversies that threaten his office.
At a campaign rally Monday night, Kayla Moore spoke in support of her husband, Roy, who at the time was running for Alabama senator. Last night, the seat went to opponent Doug Jones, a Democrat, whom Donald Trump congratulated via Twitter for his hard-fought victory. (“It never ends!” Trump tweeted, telling the truth.) But before that all happened, Kayla Moore felt the need to declare how much she and Roy Moore like Jews. “One of our attorneys is a Jew. We have very close friends that are Jewish, and rabbis, and we also fellowship with them.” Something about that last sentence didn’t quite pass the smell test. Were the Moores really fellowshipping with rabbis? There was only one way to find out.
Jamie Basinger pleaded guilty to the involuntary manslaughter of Landyn Melton and he 24-year-old will be expected to serve 36 months of supervised probation and between 19 and 32 months of prison time, after cutting a plea deal with Prosecutors in her home town of Morganton, North Carolina. “She’s going to have a battle, we all are, she told the Morganton News Herald, adding that she still had unanswered questions about the three-year-old's death. Landyn was found dead on 15 March after a neighbour called the police when they spotted him laying on the porch.
Is there another Marvel setting that evokes the same feelings of awe and wonder as Wakanda does? Sure, Asgard has its gilded corridors of power - not to mention the resplendent Bifröst Bridge - but when it comes to sheer spectacle, Wakanda is more or less in a league of its own. In fact, that was one of the big concerns going into Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther movie: how will Marvel’s special effects gurus render such a wondrous, ultra-futuristic utopia on the big screen? Well, if the initial trailers for Black Panther are any indication, the director and his team have knocked it out of the park, laying the foundation for what will supposedly be a big, operatic family drama centering on T’Challa, the would-be king of Wakanda.
One person took to Twitter to tell Simone Biles, "Baby ... Your hair... You need some black friends," and since posting, the tweet has gone viral.