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  • Arnold Schwarzenegger's Son Gives a Health Update After Drop-kick Attack

    Arnold Schwarzenegger is doing just fine after he was the victim of a sneak attack in South Africa and his son, Joseph Baena, credits his father’s legendary physique for helping shake off the incident. Baena was out in West Hollywood for the second night in a row when he was asked how Arnold was doing […] The post Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Son Gives a Health Update After Drop-kick Attack appeared first on The Blast.

  • Fox News' Brit Hume Claps Back at Trump Over Tweet About Network's Pete Buttigieg Town Hall

    Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume had a few choice words for Donald Trump after the president called out the network on Sunday for hosting a town hall with Democratic presidential hopeful and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg.“Say this for Buttigieg. He’s willing to be questioned by Chris Wallace, something you’ve barely done since you’ve been president,” Hume tweeted. “Oh, and covering candidates of both parties is part of the job of a news channel.”Hume, a former ABC White House correspondent who joined Fox News in 1996, also linked to a Trump tweet from earlier on Sunday, when the president said he found it “hard to believe that Fox News is wasting airtime on Mayor Pete.”“Fox is moving more and more to the losing (wrong) side in covering the Dems. They got dumped from the Democrats boring debates, and they just want in,” Trump wrote.Also Read: Pete Buttigieg Calls Out Fox News Hosts Who 'Uncritically Amplify Hate'In a follow-up tweet, Trump complained that Fox News’ anchor and town hall moderator had praised Buttigieg by saying, “I actually think, whether you like his opinions or not, that Mayor Pete has a lot of substance…fascinating biography.”The president further groused: “Gee, he never speaks well of me - I like Mike Wallace better,” he wrote referring to Chris Wallace’s father, the former “60 Minutes” personality who died in 2012.Trump concluded by reviving his nickname for Buttigieg: “Alfred E. Newman will never be President!”Also Read: Former Fox News Medical Contributor Keith Ablow's License Suspended After Sexual Misconduct AccusationsBut if Trump was upset with Hume, all was soon forgiven. Because just hours later, Trump retweeted a later message from Hume that the details of the Mueller investigation that boosted Trump’s position “is lost on so many in the media.”Trump is known for turning to Fox News for a sympathetic ear from the network’s hosts and pundits, who usually oblige. In recent months, however, a few have clapped back, such as Chris Wallace, who said Attorney General William Barr is “protecting this president and advocating” for his interests.Former New Jersey Superior Court judge Andrew Napolitano has also called the president’s conduct detailed in the Mueller Report “immoral” and “condemnable.”Read original story Fox News’ Brit Hume Claps Back at Trump Over Tweet About Network’s Pete Buttigieg Town Hall At TheWrap

  • Democrat 2020 hopefuls eye coveted Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorsement

    She is the great young hope of America’s Left-wing, an articulate and impassioned progressive whose policies have gained traction and Twitter feed is followed by four million.  Now Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 29-year-old first-time congressman from New York, is seeing her newfound political clout manifest in a new way - a race for her endorsement.  With two dozen Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination, the support of Ms Ocasio-Cortez is being seen as a way to win over the young, energised voters who will help shape the race.  Chief among the contenders are Bernie Sanders, the independent 77-year-old senator from Vermont, and Elizabeth Warren, the former academic now representing Massachusetts in the Senate.  Both have made tacit acknowledgement of Ms Ocasio-Cortez’s influence in public in recent weeks - whether for policy reasons, or for political gain, or both.  Earlier this month, Mr Sanders appeared alongside Ms Ocasio-Cortez at an office table where they discussed the importance of reducing credit card interest rates.  At the end of the 25-minute video, shared on social media and viewed by more than half a million people, the pair patted each other on the back warmly and smiled.  Last month, Mr Warren wrote a 180-word ode to Ms Ocasio-Cortez for Time Magazine when the latter was named in its top 100 most influential people.  “A year ago, she was taking orders across a bar. Today, millions are taking cues from her,” Ms Warren wrote of the congresswoman’s remarkable political rise. “And she’s just getting started.” Those two are not the only Democratic hopefuls vying for an endorsement, it appears. Politico reported that both senator Kirsten Gillibrand and former housing and urban development secretary Julian Castro have made “overtures”.  There is no reason a person should pay more than 15% interest in the United States. It’s common sense - in fact, we had these Usury laws until the 70s. It’s a debt trap for working people + it has to end. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@RepAOC) May 9, 2019 The enthusiasm is understandable. The Democratic Party’s progressive base appears fired up for change and many candidates hoping to win the right to take on Donald Trump are leaning its way.  Government-funded health care for all, a $15 minimum wage and bold action on climate change have been widely adopted by the field ahead of the first debate in June and the first primary vote next February.  Ms Ocasio-Cortez, who last year shocked the political establishment by ousting a 10-term Democrat in her own party to take his seat, has become the progressive movement’s most recognisable star.  That was underscored this week as Joe Biden, the former US vice president who is polling top and running on a centrist ticket, was forced to defend his climate change stance after Ms Ocasio-Cortez dismissed it as “middle of the road".  Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic senator for Massachusetts, has developed a reputation for standing up to Wall Street Credit: AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall Mr Sanders is best placed to win the endorsement race. Ms Ocasio-Cortez worked on his 2016 presidential campaign, identifies like him as a democratic socialist and shares many of the same policy beliefs.  Ms Warren has also laid out a left-wing platform taking on Wall Street and redistributing wealth but makes clear she remains a believer in capitalism.  Asked recently about an endorsement by a CNN reporter, Ms Ocasio-Cortez said: “What I would like to see in a presidential candidate is one that has a coherent worldview and logic from which all these policy proposals are coming forward. "I think senator Sanders has that. I also think senator Warren has that.” And, the questioner followed up, would she consider endorsing Mr Biden? Ms Ocasio-Cortez turned and walked away without a definitive answer.

  • Bride shocked as wedding cake is decorated with two 'balls'

    The clamshell pearls on her ocean-themed order resembled something else entirely.