Winning a second term could put him beyond the reach of many of the possible charges, thanks to statutes of limitations that would run out.
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Chachi is not having such a happy day.Scott Baio, a vocal Trump supporter, expressed his disappointment over former “Happy Days” co-stars staging a reunion to raise money for the Wisconsin Democratic Party.“What a shame to use a classic show like Happy Days about Americana to promote an anti-American socialist,” Baio tweeted.Hollywood megaproducer Ron Howard, who co-starred as Richie Cunningham alongside Baio on the classic 80’s sitcom , announced the event via Twitter on Monday.Also Read: Wanda Sykes Claps Back at Scott Baio Over Joe Biden Support“The most important election of our lifetimes is right around the corner and Wisconsin is a must-win state. So I’m thrilled to announce a HappyDaysReunion to support @WisDems on Oct 25,” Howard tweeted.Howard will be joined by “Happy Days” c0-stars Henry Winkler (Fonzie), Marion Ross (Marion) and Anson Williams (Potsie).Shortly after the announcement, “Full House” star John Stamos jumped in on the action, asking if he could play Chachi to which Scott Baio fired back.“Shouldn’t he be taking care of Aunt Becky,” Baio responded in a dig at co-star Lori Loughlin’s college scam legal woes.Then in a direct quote tweet of John Stamos’ Chachi joke, Baio said: “This is what Hollywood has come to. shameful LiberalsAreDesperate”As of time of this post’s publishing, neither Howard or Stamos has responded back to Baio so in similar Trump Twitter fashion he continued to retweet fans in support of him.Baio appeared as a guest speaker in support of Donald Trump at the 2016 Republican National Convention and often uses his social media platform to support the president’s agenda and policies. The former actor has also spent some time railing on Democratic challenger Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris’ campaign. Specifically, he reminded voters about the disparity in Trump and Biden’s tax policy proposals.See Scott Baio’s tweets here:What a shame to use a classic show like Happy Days about Americana to promote an anti-American socialist. Shameful https://t.co/v1uB2vK5sj— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) October 20, 2020🤣 This is what Hollywood has come to. shameful LiberalsAreDesperate https://t.co/JxlIYc9AHZ— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) October 20, 2020Read original story Scott Baio Takes Aim at Ron Howard, John Stamos Over ‘Happy Days’ Fundraiser At TheWrap
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Jennifer and Justin say that as adults, they are still dealing with the aftermath of growing up with a mom who has been married 10 times. “I don’t think my mom took very good care of us. She wasn’t very attentive,” says Jennifer, claiming that she lived in at least seven different houses as a child. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have family drama that needs Dr. Phil’s help? “When I would stay with my mom when I was a teen, I didn’t really ever have my own room. I never really had my things there,” adds Justin. The siblings also claim that they witnessed their mom, Cassey, cheating on her husbands. “I did see my mom cheat on my little brother’s dad when I was 12,” Jennifer says. “I saw her kissing the preacher on the couch.” WATCH: Woman Married 10 Times Says, ‘I Don’t Care How Many Marriages It Takes, I Will Keep Trying’ “I think my mom’s scared to be alone,” says Justin. Jennifer claims, “She marries for money not for love or happiness. She thinks money is what makes her happy.” How does Cassey respond to her children’s accusations? Watch in the video above. And, hear a statement from one of Cassey’s ex-husbands. On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear more from Justin and Jennifer, including accusations that their mom abuses drugs. And, hear Dr. Phil’s advice for how Cassey can rebuild her relationships with her children. Check here to see where you can watch. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Conflict so big it needs a Dr. Phil solution?
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Certain mouthwashes can break the membrane of coronaviruses, rendering them inactive. But scientists say more research is still needed.
"Making sure the camera sees all the bills," one person remarked of footage showing the president's offering at a Las Vegas church.