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The Pentagon is distancing itself from President Trump's claims about the Beirut blast that killed more than 100 people.Trump on Tuesday said his unnamed "great generals" told him they thought the massive explosion was a "terrible attack." In the early aftermath, there was speculation that the catastrophe was intentional, but it the consensus quickly became that it was almost certainly accidental -- albeit brought on by neglect and mismanagement -- and not linked to any foreign power, proxy forces, or terrorist organizations. Defense Secretary Mark Esper and other department officials affirmed they believe it was an accident, as well.The president hasn't repeated his claim from Tuesday, possibly indicating he understands there was no basis for it. But that's what's raised some eyebrows, considering he said he got the information from unnamed high-ranking military officials. A senior Pentagon official, however, told The Associated Press on Wednesday they had "no idea" what Trump was referring to with his comment, leaving some to wonder if it came out of thin air. So did Trump make it up that US generals told him Beirut was bombed? -- Kate Brannen (@K8brannen) August 5, 2020More stories from theweek.com New Lincoln Project ad crowns Jared Kushner 'Secretary of Failure' LeBron James: NBA 'could care less' if Trump stops watching The Republican problem no one knows how to solve
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Daisy Coleman, one of the subjects of the 2016 Netflix documentary "Audrie & Daisy," died by suicide on Tuesday, according to her mother, Melinda. Coleman was 23. Coleman's body was found after her mother asked police to conduct a welfare check. "Audrie & Daisy" detailed Coleman and Audrie Pott's experiences with sexual assault, and how […]
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Before the pandemic, Mull said he always had a toxic relationship with food and was on track to have a heart attack by age 50. Instead of dwelling on the things that he felt negative about, he changed his mindset and turned to the keto diet to help him shed some weight. On the keto diet -- with its focus on a low carbohydrate and high fat way of eating -- Mull went from eating a cheeseburger and French fries for lunch to having a salad with avocado and turkey and cheese on a low-carb wrap instead.