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Trump fans swear off Fox News after hosts praise Biden

Fans of Donald Trump didn't care much for coverage of Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden's acceptance speech on Thursday night on Fox News, taking to social media to complain about the all-star panel of host's extravagant praise of the Democrat. With news personality Bret Baier asserting Biden's speech was"the Best he has been" and"what he needed to do," colleague Chris Wallace added, Biden"blew a hole" in Trump's contention that Biden is not up to the job. "Remember, Donald Trump has been talking for months about how Joe Biden is mentally taken, a captive of the left," Wallace suggested. "And Biden was reading from a TelePrompter, from a prepared speech. But I thought he blew a hole, a large hole in that characterization." Afternoon host Dana Perino went a step further, gushing,"Joe Biden He had speed, rhythm, energy, emotion and delivery. So I believe that if he looks back, he's got to say that'

Trump pushes conspiracy theories as House rebukes his Managing of This USPS

Together with his government engulfed in controversy cuts into the post office and slowdowns in email delivery, President Donald Trump spent Saturday golfing and talking regarding baseless conspiracy theories as over two dozen House Republicans defied him joined Democrats to vote for a $25 billion extract for the Postal Service. Although the laws is unlikely to get any place in the Republican-held Senate under Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's iron hands, the debacle between among America's most treasured institutions has demonstrated the limitations of Trump's plan three weeks before voters decide whether to reelect him. About the eve of the Republican National Convention, when many in the GOP want to see that the President stick into the script and then broaden his appeal into middle-of-the-road voters,'' Trump seems much from the reset he will require this week. As the President would like to go on the offensive, he has been dealing with a collection of new undes

California wildfires: Fears of new fires overnight as residents prepare to flee

An undesirable shift in the weather, together with greater winds, temperatures And lightning which threatens to ignite fresh wildfires was forthcoming on Sunday to parched northern California, in which firefighters have for almost weekly battled three enormous"complexes" of fires which have destroyed countless houses and forced thousands to flee. Firefighters made gradual but optimistic advancement on Saturday, helped by Fantastic weather hampered by smoky heavens that grounded water-dropping aircraft for a few of the afternoon. Reinforcements came to strengthen overwhelmed crews, and evacuation orders were raised in certain regions. However, the shifting weather attracted fears of fresh fires overnight and Warnings from local and state officials for taxpayers in endangered regions to prepare to flee anytime. "There is not a sense of pure optimism however a feeling of resolve, a Feeling of we've sources backing us up," Sonoma county manager James Gore stated. Si

Offense breaks out as Brewers smash Pirates 12-5

PITTSBURGH - Derek Shelton has made it a point to keep reminding Gregory Polanco of all the little things the Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder is doing right in the batter's box during a season-long slump. Keep at it, the first-year manager stressed to the longest-tenured player on his team. You're on the right track. A track Polanco believes he can actually see after his first multihit game in 15 months propelled the Pirates to a 12-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday. Polanco hit his third homer of the year and also doubled as Pittsburgh won back-to-back games for the first time since last September. "It´s been a tough month for me, but you know me, I´m a grinder," Polanco said after raising his batting average from .085 to .120. "I´m going to keep grinding. I´m going to keep working hard. I´m going to keep fighting." While Polanco scuffled, Shelton remained adamant about playing him regularly, confident the sometimes effortless