The former U.N. ambassador tried to cast the former president as the real victim and it did not go over well.
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After falling short of another Super Bowl, it's time for Aaron Rodgers to pursue the 'all-in' season Tom Brady just got
Brady went to Lambeau Field, backed by a team that was entirely committed to maximizing his window, and earned another Super Bowl berth. The contrast with how the Packers have treated Rodgers recently is stark.
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While Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said his company's vaccine remains effective against coronavirus variants, a reoccurring booster shot could be likely.
Patrick Key, 53, of Marietta, Georgia, was a Cobb County Elementary School art teacher for 23 years before he died of COVID-19 on December 25, 2020. His obituary shared his love of comic books, Star Wars, his pets, and his many family members — including Priscella, his wife of 23 years — as well as […]
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Former White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley appeared in Sunday’s episode of “The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth” where he discussed former President Donald Trump’s departure ceremony. Gidley’s description of the event painted a morbid scene.“There were a lot of people crying, of course,” said Gidley. “I felt one person next to me commented, they felt like it was a funeral. In a way they were at a funeral. A person said, ‘In many ways, the country died.’Gidley attended the event with several staffers, some of whom he admitted were not ready for Trump to leave office.“It was when the president started speaking,” said Gidley, “a girl I know that worked with in the White House who all day was like, ‘I'm going to be fine. It's all okay, this is how it should be. Everything is fine.’ As soon as he start speaking, I looked out - tears were pouring out from her glasses, and she said, ‘I'm not fine, I'm not fine, I'm not fine.’”