• Bella Hadid Just Hit the Beach in a Seriously Revealing One-Piece Swimsuit

    And she carried the perfect accessory-a martini glass.

  • Chris Wallace Schools Ken Starr: Trump Impeachment ‘Much Bigger’ Than Clinton’s Sex Lies Were

    Fox News anchor Chris Wallace on Monday dressed down Kenneth Starr, the Clinton impeachment-era independent counsel, objecting to Starr’s insistence that the current allegations against President Donald Trump are “narrow” and “slanted.”During a break in Monday’s House impeachment hearing, Wallace addressed Starr directly, letting him know he was going to “push back a bit respectfully” on his previous analysis of the impeachment inquiry while referencing Starr’s own role in former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment two decades ago.“He said that the presentation of the case against the president is narrow, prosecutors look at the world through dirty windows. It is slanted,” Wallace noted before speaking right to Starr.“When you compare this to the Clinton impeachment, which was basically about whether or not the president had lied under oath about sex-I’m not talking about whether or not this story is true or not-but the allegation that President Trump conditioned support for a key foreign policy ally on political benefit to him strikes me as not narrow but far broader than the Clinton impeachment and the effort that was made by you and Republicans then to impeach him,” the Fox News anchor declared.Wallace went on to take issue with Starr suggesting that since it doesn’t appear that the Senate will convict Trump on impeachment the House should abandon their efforts, noting that “there was certainly never any prospect that Bill Clinton was going to be removed.”“The House and you to some degree participated in impeaching [Clinton], Wallace explained. “Not saying there was anything wrong with that but I’m simply saying it seems there is a very different standard in how the Clinton impeachment went and how this impeachment is being judged.”“It seems to be a much bigger issue-whether or not you believe the president did it is a different issue-but it’s about an issue of foreign policy, national security,” the Fox News Sunday host added. The security of our elections. It is a much bigger issue than whether or not Bill Clinton lied about sex.”Starr, for his part, responded by asserting that there is currently no “bipartisan support of this impeachment inquiry,” insisting that in this impeachment process that “we have not seen proof that a crime has been committed.” “That seems to me to be a very relevant fact,” Starr continued. “When some president has committed actual federal felonies, then that puts it seems to me the impeachment inquiry in a very different context.”Starr concluded that the Democrats’ view that Trump is “a clear and present danger to national security” due to the president pressuring a foreign leader to investigate his political rivals is an “extravagant claim.”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.

  • Pig-monkey hybrids are born alive in China in world first

    The research could lead to scientists being able to grow human organs inside animals for transplants, supporters say.

  • Trump at Jewish American event says those in real estate are 'not nice people'

    "A lot of you in the real estate business, because I know you very well, you're brutal killers, not nice people at all. But, you have to vote for me. You have no choice. You're not going to vote for Pocahontas. I can tell you that." "You're not going to vote for the wealth tax," Trump said. Trump has often referred to Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas." Trump has criticized Warren for saying she was of Native American heritage, dubbing her "Pocahontas" ahead of her presidential bid and calling for her to take a DNA test. Warren did, and it showed Native American ancestry dating back multiple generations. She has since apologized to Native American leaders for the ancestry claims. Warren's wealth plan would impact the wealthiest 1 per cent of Americans. She proposes a 2 percent tax on every dollar of a person's net worth over US $50 million and additional 1 percent tax on every dollar in net worth over a billion dollars.

  • ‘Snowflake’ Devin Nunes Mocked For Panicking After Reporter’s Question

    The GOP lawmaker claimed he was the victim of a stalker. Turns out it was a reporter who identified himself and asked a normal question.

  • Khloé Kardashian Reveals What Happens to the Leftover Food from Her Family's Extravagant Parties

    Khloé Kardashian Says The Family Donates Leftover Food