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Kmart Australia has removed a children's Halloween costume from its shelves following a petition from a concerned parent.
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Police officer has surprising reaction to pulling over mom and her 3 kids: 'What if a car hit them?'
A Wisconsin police officer is receiving plenty of praise for the way he reacted after pulling over a mother and her three kids.
- Politics The Wrap
Donald Trump bragged on Wednesday that the U.S. is building a border wall in Colorado - a thing that is definitely not happening, by the way. But lucky for those left baffled by the mistake, Colorado’s governor had a pretty perfect response.“Well this is awkward,” Gov. Jared Polis tweeted on Wednesday. “Colorado doesn’t border Mexico. Good thing Colorado now offers free full day kindergarten so our kids can learn basic geography.”Trump’s geographical flub happened during a speech in Pittsburgh on Wednesday at an oil and gas conference. “We’re building a wall on the border of New Mexico, and we’re building a wall in Colorado. We’re building a beautiful wall, a big one that really works, that you can’t get over, you can’t get under,” Trump told a cheering crowd. “And we’re building a wall in Texas. And we’re not building a wall in Kansas but they get the benefit of the walls that we just mentioned.”Colorado, by the way, is around 450 miles north of the border with Mexico. By comparison, the shortest driving distance between San Francisco and Los Angeles is 383 miles.Also Read: Trump's Lawyer Argues President Can't Be Prosecuted While in Office, Even If He Shoots SomeoneOther political figures dunked on Trump for the mistake as well. Like Colorado Rep. Diana DeGette, who referenced Trump’s earlier campaign promises that Mexico would pay for a border wall (it’s not) by asking on Twitter “Is NEW Mexico going to pay for it?”And Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy offered a more visual response, inspired by “Sharpiegate,” when Trump presented a doctored map of Hurricane Dorian to make it appear as if the hurricane would impact Alabama:https://t.co/fmE0hiPLNB pic.twitter.com/gMzNIcl5Qu- Sen. Patrick Leahy (@SenatorLeahy) October 23, 2019See Gov. Polis’ and Rep. DeGette’s responses below:Well this is awkward …Colorado doesn’t border Mexico. Good thing Colorado now offers free full day kindergarten so our kids can learn basic geography pic.twitter.com/bEXLDJYUku- Jared Polis (@GovofCO) October 23, 2019Is NEW Mexico gonna pay for it? https://t.co/DoSNGfsB9C- Rep. Diana DeGette (@RepDianaDeGette) October 23, 2019Read original story Colorado Governor Has Perfect Response After Trump Says ‘We’re Building a Wall in Colorado’ At TheWrap
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- Sports MMA Weekly
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has faced and defeated every opponent ever thrown his way at 205 pounds, but the current crop of contenders isn’t keeping him all that interested in the division. Is it time for him to put on some pounds and take on a heavyweight challenge?Jones responded to questions about his next fight on his Twitter account late Tuesday night. He addressed a potential match-up against undefeated light heavyweight contender Dominick Reyes, who has been calling for a title shot ever since he knocked out Chris Weidman at UFC on ESPN 6 in Boston.Jones has scoffed at the call out and all but dismissed Reyes as a legitimate threat when addressing the fight.“Really not sure when I’ll be fighting next. Feel like I have nothing to gain by beating Dominick. I’ve actually felt that way about my last two opponents. I want a super fight,” Jones wrote on Twitter.“Had a chip on my shoulder against (Alexander Gustafsson). Fighting (Anthony) Smith, (Thiago) Santos, Dominick (Reyes)? I’m having a hard time event talking s--t to this last dude. They all say the same lame s--t. I want a fight to be excited about.”Jones added that he’s actually considered sitting out for an extended layoff in order to find a light heavyweight contender that’s worthy of his attention.“Where did all the big names in the light heavyweight division go?” Jones said. “Sometimes I think about sitting out and just training for the next two years, then coming back and challenge in the light heavyweight who’s been the most dominant. Wouldn’t that be wild.”With nobody really intriguing him at 205 pounds, Jones hinted that maybe he would finally make his long awaited move up to heavyweight to challenge the winner of the trilogy between Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier, which is expected to happen next year.* * *TRENDING Conor McGregor says the UFC is holding him back from fighting* * *“I should just wait for the winner of DC and Stipe?” Jones said. “Let these light heavies figure out who’s going to present the best challenge.”Jones may not be interested in Reyes, but that hasn’t stop the undefeated light heavyweight from taking aim at the champion every chance he gets.“Defend or vacate,” Reyes wrote in response to Jones. “This guy over here with no motivation to be the best.”The UFC has made no decisions yet about Jones’ next fight or Reyes’ chances of challenging for the title. Jones seems content sitting on the sideline and waiting until a better fight finally comes along.
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