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Trump is sharp, however must drop pounds: White Home physician

Trump is sharp, however must drop pounds: White Home physician

Trump also claimed that if Clinton had won in November, the stock market - which has boomed under the Republican President - would have gone down by 50%. U.S. President Donald Trump passed a cognitive test and is in overall excellent health, but needs to lose 10 to 15 pounds (4.5 to 6.8 kg) by eating better and starting to exercise, the White House physician said on Tuesday.


Sanchez, Mkhitaryan swap deal delayed until Monday?

Sanchez, Mkhitaryan swap deal delayed until Monday?

ARSENAL eased to a 4-1 victory over Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday after striker Alexis Sanchez was left out ahead of his expected move to Manchester United . Mourinho said the extent of his involvement in the deal was telling his club he wanted Sanchez . Wenger said: "He didn't play because you can not drive up north and play football at the same time".


No Sanchez, No Problem As Arsenal Rout Palace

No Sanchez, No Problem As Arsenal Rout Palace

Arsenal's Nigerian striker Alex Iwobi (L) shoots by Crystal Palace's Welsh goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey during a football match at the Emirates Stadium in London on January 20, 2018 . Monreal alertly hooked the ball into the six-yard box after Palace failed to deal with a cross and Koscielny was on hand to prod home for the French defender's first goal of the season.


Hey Vikings fans...be careful in Philly

Hey Vikings fans...be careful in Philly

Case Keenum is Cinderella and sadly the clock is about to strike Midnight! The Eagles went on to reach their first Super Bowl , losing to the Raiders. If Jacksonville executes the same Leonard Fournette-heavy, low-risk offensive game plan as last week, it can lean on its defense. The other has the NFL's No.



Defending champion Federer continues Australian Open title defence

Gasquet broke back but was unable to make any hay from the opportunity. "I was able to maybe stay a little more on the offensive than he was", said the Swiss. Injury forced Nadal forced out of last month's ATP finals whilst Djokovic, a record six-time victor at Melbourne , warranted only a 14th seeding after more than six months out with an elbow injury.