Don Lemon Erupts: ‘No One Wants to Hear From the Birther In Chief’ on George FloydCNN anchor Don Lemon unloaded on President Donald Trump after the Justice Department said Thursday that the president was “actively monitoring” the investigation of four Minneapolis police officers over the death of an unarmed black man, exclaiming that nobody “wants to hear from the Birther in Chief.” During a press conference late Thursday afternoon, local and federal investigators insisted that they “can rush” bringing charges for the death of George Floyd, who was pronounced dead after an officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes. Prime Minister Boris Johnson decision to lock down the country at a relatively late stage of the pandemic may have significantly influenced the high number of COVID 19 deaths in the UK, according to a Financial Times analysis. Slams /react text >The Venezuelan navy said it escorted a fourth tanker bringing Iranian fuel through its waters on Thursday, while the United States called the shipments to the gasoline starved country a distraction from problems facing President Nicolas Maduro.
Carolina coach Ron Rivera said Newton work ethic is unquestioned. That his energy and personality are infectious and beloved by all in the locker room. That his celebrations are heartfelt and contain genuine happiness for a successful team effort. But there was a rise in the number of positives in the Championship, with the English Football League saying on Saturday night that its latest round had produced 10 positive tests from eight clubs.There were also seven positive tests from three clubs after 135 players and club staff from four League Two clubs were tested. Only a small number of clubs in League Two are taking part in the EFL’s testing arrangement with Nationwide Pathology.The latest results came hours after the Government had given competitive sport the green light to resume behind closed doors from Monday.”The wait is over,” said culture secretary Oliver Dowden. “Live British sport will shortly be back in safe and carefully controlled environments.”This is a significant moment for British sport.
Summers wrote on her Facebook wall on Tuesday that she wasn’t sure whether it was the event’s title or the word “bitch” included in a quote from former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard that was worrying the social media giant. As a woman wielding power, with all the complexities of modern politics, I was never going to be portrayed as a good woman. So I must be the bad woman, a scheming shrew, a heartless harridan or a lying bitch.”.