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Melania Trump's hand swat of President Trump goes viral

Melania Trump's hand swat of President Trump goes viral

Melania was a few steps behind, and the president stretched out his hand backwards to take his wife's hand. She then appears to swat it away . Mr Trump's hand lingered for an agonising moment before he opted to close the gap and briefly place it on the First Lady's backside instead.



Jury selection complete for Cosby sexual assault trial

After the hearing, Cosby spoke briefly to reporters, thanking law enforcement as well as "all of the people who have come to see my shows whenever I appeared at Heinz Hall ", a nearby venue where he has done standup shows. Dozens of women have come forward in recent years to accuse Cosby of similar sexual abuse, but Constand's allegations are the only ones to result in criminal charges, in part because numerous other claims stretch back decades.


Jeff Sessions Is Reversing Obama's Work With This Terrible New Policy

Jeff Sessions Is Reversing Obama's Work With This Terrible New Policy

Other users noted that the directive could work in favor of federal investigators now engaged in probing the Trump campaign's alleged involvement in Russiagate. That effort really ramped up in the late 1980s with the introduction of mandatory minimums for drug crimes, and peaked with the Clinton-era 1994 crime bill that established further harsh sentences and funneled billions into the nation's prisons.



CBO estimates 23 million to lose health insurance under Republican bill

According to the CBO, the USA federal government will spend $49.9 trillion through 2026 and accumulate $8.6 trillion in additional deficit under current law, meaning the AHCA results in a meager deficit reduction of just 1.4 percent - in exchange for virtually doubling the number of uninsured.


Reporter claims GOP candidate 'body slammed' him to the ground

Reporter claims GOP candidate 'body slammed' him to the ground

The altercation between Greg Gianforte and reporter Ben Jacobs took place at a campaign event at Gianforte's headquarters in the city of Bozeman, Montana, the Guardian said. The reporter is Ben Jacobs of the Guardian , a left-leaning paper. In their version of events, Gianforte told Jacobs to take a recording device out of his face - an assertion not supported by the audio evidence or the Fox account.


GOP hopeful charged with misdemeanor assault

GOP hopeful charged with misdemeanor assault

After loud scuffling noises are heard, the voice yells: 'Get the hell out of here, ' and another voice, presumably Jacobs, is heard saying that Gianforte had just broken his glasses. Jacobs continued to ask his question. As Gianforte moved on top of Jacobs, he began yelling something to the effect of, "I'm sick and exhausted of this!" He faces a maximum of six months in a jail and a $500 fine.