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Post reporter Trump wants fired for ‘bad tweet’ resigned from paper in 2010 after similar incident

.@daveweigel of the Washington Post just admitted that his picture was a FAKE (fraud?) showing an almost empty arena last night for my speech in Pensacola when, in fact, he knew the arena was packed (as shown also on T.V.). FAKE NEWS, he should be fired. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 9, 2017 Weigel has also apologized for what the called the “bad tweet” he sent Friday night — a picture of the crowd before Trump began his rally in Pensacola, Fla. He tweeted the photo of a half-empty…

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Making an Emotionally Appealing Fish-Man for The Shape of Water

The sinewy fish-man at the center of The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro’s new film, stands stoic and brave as the rain beats down. But when the director yells “cut,” the man inside the fish suit begins to shiver; the set may look like a Baltimore port, but this is Toronto. Two crewmembers rush over, enveloping the 6’ 3”, 140-pound Doug Jones in coats and their own body heat. Throughout the movie's grueling 45-day shoot, those two men—Legacy Effects co-founder Shane Mahan and monster sculptor Mike Hill, both of…

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Taxpayers paid $220G to settle suit alleging sexual harassment by Democratic rep, report says

Video Rep. Trent Franks says he’s resigning effective Friday Hastings, a former Republican Hill staffer, alleged that the harassment occurred while she worked for the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), also known as the Helsinki Commission. The commission, which helps shape U.S. policy in Europe, includes nine members of the House and nine members of the Senate. Hastings, 81, is one of the commission’s ranking members. HASTINGS HAS PAID CONVICTED MONEY-LAUNDERER $75,000 FOR ‘PART-TIME’ WORK IN DISTRICT OFFICE In a statement, Hastings said had not seen the…

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‘ There will be Game in Pyeongchang or there will be no Games ,’ Canada’s Dick Pound says – CBC.ca

CBC.ca ‘There will be Games in Pyeongchang or there will be no Games ,’ Canada’s Dick Pound says CBC.ca North Korea is trying to show that it punches above its weight in the nuclear age, but they also understand that if they do anything a | too far, they will be annihilated.” Having said that, he says the deadline to be able to move the Games has already … ‘Athletes could not have been ignorant’ of doping scheme, says IOC as it weighs ban on Russian squad Luxora Leader all…

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Brexit: voters can change EU deal if they don’t like it, says Michael Gove

As Theresa May wins Tory support for Brussels agreement, the environment secretary flags up potential for a rethink Michael Gove has said voters will be able to force changes to an EU withdrawal deal at the next election if they do not like it. The environment secretarys comments came as prime minister Theresa May won public backing from both wings of the Tory party after securing an agreement with Brussels to start post-Brexit trade negotiations.

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On the economy, Trump needs to get his statistics straight

(CNN)“JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!” The President also used the jobs number as a justification for his endorsement of accused child molester Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore. “Putting Pelosi/Schumer Liberal Puppet Jones into office in Alabama would hurt our great Republican Agenda,” Trump tweeted on Monday. He added: “Look at your 401-k’s since Election. Highest Stock Market EVER! Jobs are roaring back!” But the reality is much different from the picture the President paints. In fact, it turns out he is a much better salesman than statistician. The US economy has…

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Health Insurers See Higher Prices And A Big Mess Ahead Without The Obamacare Mandate

Health insurance companies know that an insurance market without the requirement that everyone get coverage will be worse for them and their customers. They just aren’t sure how much worse. HuffPost contacted dozens of health insurance companies to ask them to assess the impact that removing the so-called individual mandate ― which in are on the verge of doing as ― would have on their businesses and their customers. Fifteen companies responded ― and all warned that eliminating the mandate would force them to further raise prices, and could drive…

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How to Rip the Mics Out of Your MacBook and iPhone

Any self-respecting paranoiac long ago taped over the webcam on their laptop—and for good measure, the cameras on their smartphone too. But for those truly concerned that their computers have been hacked and turned into spy tools, the microphones on those devices represent just as much of a security threat as the cameras. They would allow a hacked gadget to bug an entire room. The good news for the targets of highly sophisticated cyberspies? There’s a practical fix for that audio espionage problem. The bad news: It requires some surgery….

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Heavy snowfalls to hit parts of UK

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionA drone captured scenic views over Cefnpennar in north Wales More snow is hitting the UK with an amber weather warning issued across large parts of the country. The Met Office says there will be heavy snow across Wales, the Midlands, northern and eastern England, warning that rural areas could become “cut off”. It predicts around 10cm will fall, with up to 20cm on higher ground. Warnings are also in place for snow in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and for high winds…

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