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Now: Michael Cohen's Book Says Trump Held 'Low Opinions of Black People'

The president's prior fixer refers to him as a mob boss figure who left racist insults, was driven by hatred for President Barack Obama and engaged in underhanded tactics against opponents. President Trump regularly referred to Black leaders of foreign nations with racist insults. He had an abiding admiration for President Vladimir V. Putin's willingness to deal with Russia like a private business. And he was consumed with hatred for President Barack Obama. "As a guideline, Trump expressed low opinions of Black folks, from audio to culture and politics," Mr. Cohen writes in the book, to be published Tuesday. "Tell me one nation run by a Black person that is not a shithole," Mr. Cohen quotes Mr. Trump as stating. He also explained that Mr. Trump known as Kwame Jackson, a Dark contestant on his reality TV show"The Apprentice," a homophobic slur, which he had profound disgust with Black leaders along with celebrities and sports figures. He was obsess

Assistant principal of an upstate high school has sparked outrage with a Facebook Live video he recorded during the Rochester protests

The assistant principal of an upstate high school has sparked outrage with a Facebook Live video he recorded during the Rochester protests -- where he cried,"F--k the police!" Steven Lysenko, a ninth-grade AP teacher at Spencerport High School in suburban Rochester, complained about officers targeting protesters although"we didn't do anything but sing and interrogate," based on copies of the movie which have gone viral online. "Our peacekeepers ended up shooting pepper spray us for laughing and singing and telling them what a s--ty-assed job they were doing," he whined at the clip, that was saved and shared on social media. "They can f--k off, America!" He shouted. F--k Rochester Police Department!" Assessing the college official while sporting a Black Lives Issue shirt. After his expletive-laden tirade, Lysenko calmed himself enough to sign off with a polite"thank you," in accordance with this clip which started making rounds

3 Signs You Should Not Claim Social Security Early

You may be tempted to sign up for Social Security before full retirement age (FRA) to get your money sooner. You are permitted to claim benefits as early as age 62, whereas FRA does not kick in till 66, 67, or someplace in between, depending upon your year of birth. Of course, the problem with taking benefits before FRA is you'll reduce them permanently from the procedure. Some seniors are willing to forgo a higher advantage in exchange for that premature access, but when the following situations apply to you, you are probably better off waiting to file. You don't have a lot of retirement savings You shouldn't expect Social Security to pay all of your bills. In reality, those advantages will normally replace about 40 percent of your pre-retirement wages, assuming you are an average earner. Many seniors end up needing a lot more income than that to live easily, and often, the difference comes from retirement savings. But if you don't possess a particularly robust nest e

Now: 'Sick':' Trump slams Democrats' 'Calm protests' by Discussing a shocking Movie of Portland activist setting himself alight with his OWN Molotov cocktail

'These will be the Democrats"peaceful protests". Sick!' Trump panned on Sunday because he retweeted a chunk of this activist desperately trying to extinguish the blaze engulfing his pants Portland declared its 100th night of protests on Saturday as hundreds took the streets and clashed with authorities. 15 individuals were detained in Tallahassee, Florida, during a demonstration over the Leon County Grand Jury's conclusion that three officer-involved shootings were justified Activists using the group Refuse Fascism have marched in over two dozen cities across the USA In Nyc on Saturday a group wove their way from Union Square up to Times Square About Derby Day in Louisville, heavily-armed members of pro-Trump militias converged on town Members of a mainly black anti-Trump militia, NFAC, also gathered in town with weapons on display President Donald Trump ridiculed ongoing protests from Portland by tweeting a movie of an activist accidentally setting himself on fi

Now: Tenet Box Office: Christopher Nolan’s Thriller Debuts Modestly As Theaters Start To Reopen

Hollywood has been anticipating this weekend for a while now. It was declared by Warner Bros. in late July that Christopher Nolan's Tenet would be released domestically on September 3, and instantly everybody ready to look at the launching for a litmus test to find out the prospect of theatrical releases in what remains of 2020. Now the numbers are in by the thriller's first 3 days on the big screen in America -- and the results can be described as fair given the existing circumstances. Per Box Office Mojo, Tenet played 2,810 theaters last weekend (presumably all them taking proper precautions and following security protocols), and the last figures show that the film made $20.2 million. Obviously there is an asterisk to be implemented given the bigger circumstances of the moment, but the numbers make the film Christopher Nolan's third weakest national introduction -- with a silver liner being that it created more than 2006's The Prestige (that made $15 million) and 200

Coronavirus (Covid-19): Further 2,988 cases confirmed in UK

A additional 2,988 instances of coronavirus have been reported in the UK in the past 24 hours, government data showed. It is the maximum amount reported on a single day since 22 May and a rise of 1,175 on Saturday, according to the UK government's coronavirus dash. Health Secretary Matt Hancock stated he was"concerned" about an increase in cases"mostly among young people". Two additional deaths within 28 days of a positive test were listed, taking the entire amount of UK deaths to 41,551. Mr Hancock added:"It's so important that everybody does their bit and follows the social distancing because it doesn't matter how old you're, how influenced you may be by this disease, it is possible to pass the illness on to others." "So do not pass the disease on to your grandparents in case you are a young person, everybody should follow the social distancing." Regardless of the sharp rise in cases, Mr Hancock said the government was

British prime minister says his government is preparing for no Brexit commerce deal

 Boris Johnson: Britain will proceed if there's no Brexit bargain The British prime minister says his government is preparing for no Brexit commerce deal. If London and Brussels don't reach a deal by October, the U.K. will be prepared to accept that and"proceed," Prime Minister Boris Johnson is place to say Monday. Both sides aim to agree a deal on trade and future relations by the time of an October 15 meeting of EU leaders so that the agreement can be ready by the time the Brexit transition interval expires at the close of the year. "If we can't agree by then, then I don't see that there will be a free-trade arrangement between us, and we ought to both accept this and proceed," Johnson will state Monday, according to a statement released to the media before this week's round of discussions, which begins Tuesday in London. "We shall then have a trading deal with the EU like Australia's," Johnson added. "I need to be absolutely

Chemist Warehouse launches a massive better-than-half-price sale on makeup - including $1 eyeliner and $3 best-selling foundation

Chemist Warehouse has launched a better-than-half-price sale on makeup products with $1 eyeliner pens, $2 lipsticks and $3 foundations. The Australian pharmacy is hosting the special 'spring frenzy' markdowns until September 27 with incredible reductions on palettes, eyeshadow, nail polish and primers. Major brands like L'Oreal Paris, Maybelline, Nude by Nature, Revlon, Rimmel and Sally Hansen are all included in the three-week long reductions, with customers scrambling to pick up their favourite items. Chemist Warehouse has launched a better-than-half-price sale on makeup products with $1 eyeliner pens, $2 lipsticks and $3 foundations The Revlon Colorstay Creme Gel Pencils, which usually retail for $23.95, are down to $1 meanwhile L'Oreal Paris' popular Color Riche Lipstick is a record-low $2 when customers would ordinarily have to fork out $21.95 The products can only be purchased in store or through the brand's Click and Collect system. Shoppers can't ha

'Self-love is the hardest thing': Mary J. Blige says she's learned to be her own 'best friend' during COVID-19 lockdown

She's a Grammy-winning recording artist and Oscar-nominated actress. And Mary J. Blige has revealed that spending time in self-isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic has proved to be a blessing in disguise.  'I have grown deeper in love with myself,' Blige, 49, says in a cover interview for Health magazine. 'I really appreciate this rest and this silence, so that I can hear more clearly what’s going on.' Rest and silence: Mary J. Blige told Health magazine that self-isolating during the pandemic has proved to be a blessing in disguise, explaining: 'I have grown deeper in love with myself' She explained: 'When you’re by yourself, you’re either going to be your own best friend and be honest and real with yourself, or you’re going to be your own worst enemy and deceive yourself. It’s been so clear to me that I am my best friend.' Blige, who has overcome addiction and went through a very public divorce in 2018, tells Health that 'Self-love is the har

Australia's vaccine debacle: Nation could be left without a jab after Scott Morrison agreed to buy 30 million doses of AstraZeneca shot which has been paused - while other countries bought SIX candidates

Australia's hopes for a coronavirus vaccine are under threat after trials in the UK were paused over major safety concerns. Late-stage studies of AstraZenec's vaccine candidate are on hold after a patient became seriously ill on Tuesday.  The company is investigating if the illness, which has not been specified, is a serious side effect or had nothing to do with the shot. Australia's hopes for a coronavirus vaccine are under threat after trials in the UK were paused over safety concerns. Pictured: A scientist works on the vaccine at Oxford University Late-stage studies of AstraZenec's vaccine candidate are on temporary hold after a patient became seriously ill on Tuesday. Pictured: Residents wearing masks in Melbourne The federal and state governments have repeatedly said we will have to live with the virus until a vaccine is rolled out.  But the jab being developed at Oxford University is the only overseas candidate that Australia has agreed to buy while other develope

Jillian Michaels reveals she contracted COVID-19 'several weeks ago' from her glam squad gal pal

The Biggest Loser alum Jillian Michaels revealed Tuesday that she contracted the coronavirus 'several weeks ago' from her glam squad gal pal. 'I haven't even spoken about this publicly really, and a very close friend of mine gave me COVID several weeks ago,' the 46-year-old Daytime Emmy nominee told Fox Business host Liz Claman. 'I literally get my guard down for an hour with one of my best friends who does my hair and makeup and got it. It's just that simple. So if you're not in a mask and that person is not in a mask, and they have COVID and have no idea.   The Biggest Loser alum Jillian Michaels revealed Tuesday that she contracted the coronavirus 'several weeks ago' from her glam squad gal pal 'Because, by the way, I had no idea that I had it for six days my friend had no idea that she had it when she gave it to me.' Jillian continued: 'I'm fortunate to have gone into it being healthy and I was able to get on the other side o

Hero bystanders perform a citizen's arrest on a coward, 22, who mugged a 91-year-old pensioner after bingeing on Xanax and losing 'all his money' on the pokies

Security guards have chased down a 22-year-old coward who robbed a 91-year-old woman that was walking to her car after grocery shopping. The dramatic citizen's arrest was captured on body cam footage and shows how the brave responders managed to bring him down.  Jourdan Kidd-Karam pleaded guilty to the $65 theft at the Runaway Bay Shopping Centre on the Gold Coast at the Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday. The man's lawyer argued he'd been bingeing on the prescription drug Xanax and just lost 'all of his money' playing the pokies.   Scroll down for video.  Jourdan Kidd-Karam was brought down by security guards after robbing a 91-year-old woman The court heard that Kidd-Karam had taken at least nine Xanax tablets and drunk up to three beers early that day, leaving him with memory of the incident The court heard the pensioner was walking to her car at about 6.15pm on February 3, when Kidd-Karam reached into her shopping trolley and snatched her purse. Kidd-Karam