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THE WEEK 02/20/2020 21:25
President Trump has apparently pivoted to Oscars punditry. At his Thursday night rally, Trump went after the Academy Awards, taking issue with the historic Best Picture win of Parasite. The acclaimed South Korean thriller made history earlier this month by becoming the first foreign-language film to ever win Best Picture, a feat Trump, evidently, found worthy of ridicule. "And the winner is, a movie from South Korea," Trump mockingly said. "What the hell was that all about? We got enough problems with South Korea with trade. On top of it, they give them the best movie of the year. Was it good? I don't know.". Trump didn't have a suggestion as to what should have won if not Parasite , among the most acclaimed films released last year. But he
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 21:15
After his longtime friend and former adviser Roger Stone was on Thursday, President Trump that he has "a very good chance of exoneration.". Stone was found guilty last year of lying to Congress and witness tampering, tied to his involvement with Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election. While attending an event in Las Vegas, Trump said he is "following this very closely, and I want to see it play out to its fullest, because Roger has a very good chance of exoneration, in my opinion.". Without sharing her name, Trump also said it is "my strong opinion that the forewoman for the jury is totally tainted." She was, he added, "an anti-Trump person, totally. I don't know if this is a fact, but she had a horrible social media account. She.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 20:23
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) let billionaire Sheldon Adelson know exactly how much he would pay under her proposed Ultra-Millionaire Tax by taking out a full-page ad in his newspaper and spelling it out for him. The ad ran Thursday in Adelson's Las Vegas Review-Journal, just two days before the Nevada caucuses.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 16:31
1. Kylie Jenner is nothing if not a savvy businesswoman — which is probably why she's trying to file a bunch of trademarks related to the name of her daughter, Stormi, despite said daughter being two years old. But this time, Jenner's empire may have been thwarted by a rival: Business Moves Consulting, a New Orleans-based clothing company, which already trademarked the name "Stormi Couture" in 2018. The company's case against Jenner says her trademark should be denied because she has "no bona fide intent" to actually use the child's name in a business capacity — proving they really, really don't know how the Kardashian clan operates. []. 2. How long does it actually take to "step back" from the royal family? Via Prince Harry and Meghan Markl.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 15:30
1. No one can explain how a class ring lost in Maine 47 years ago was just found in Finland, but it now means even more to owner Debra McKenna. The ring belonged to her high school sweetheart, Shawn. He gave it to her in 1973 when he went away to college, and not long after, McKenna lost it while shopping. She forgot about the ring, but not Shawn — the pair wed in 1977, and remained married until 2017, when Shawn died of cancer. Last month, a man was using his metal detector in a park in Kaarina, Finland, and under about eight inches of dirt, he found a ring with a blue stone. It was inscribed with "Morse High School," "1973," and "S.M." He notified the school's alumni association, and they determined it belonged to Shawn McKenna. When his
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 15:19
"Should the person with the most delegates at the end of this primary season be the nominee, even if they are short of a majority?". That was at the Democratic debate in Las Vegas, and it was a very appropriate one — as appropriate as the question asked of the Republican candidates in 2016 about whether they would support whoever the nominee was in the general election. Only one candidate in 2016 — Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders was the outlier last night as well — he was the only candidate this time to say yes — and it matters for the same reason. Cast your memory back to 2016. Why were Trump's rivals so reluctant for so long to attack him, when he was the frontrunner in the polls almost continuously from the moment he formally announced? One.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 12:44
Roger Stone, President Trump's former campaign adviser, has been sentenced to 40 months in prison. Stone from U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Thursday after he was in November on seven counts, including witness tampering and making false statements to Congress. Stone's sentencing had been the subject of controversy after federal between seven and nine years in prison for him, only for the Justice Department to after Trump criticized the recommendation.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 07:33
1. Tesla shares saw the latest in a series of big jumps on Wednesday, gaining nearly 7 percent to close at a record high $917.42. This surge was not linked to Tesla's push with its first mass-market car, the Model 3. The gains came after a Wall Street analyst, Alexander Potter of Piper Sandler, raised his price target for the company's stock to $928 from $729, saying the company's solar power products could show growth matching that of its electric cars. "It's easy to forget that Tesla sells batteries and solar power products," Potter said. "But management says that the solar and storage business will one day rival the automotive segment, and if this is true, then investors will eventually need to pay attention.". []. 2. Federal Reserve offic.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 05:55
How rapidly is the universe expanding? Since Edwin Hubble first discovered in 1929 that galaxies are getting farther apart over time, allowing scientists to trace the evolution of the universe back to an initial Big Bang, astronomers have struggled to measure the exact rate of this expansion.
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 03:07
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was not pulling her punches in Wednesday night's Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, and her most potent haymakers landed on former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, standing to her right. MSNBC's post-debate panel showed the moment , and Chris Matthews described it in elaborate boxing metaphors. The Daily Show was a little more succinct:. Elizabeth Warren rn. — The Daily Show (@TheDailyShow). Warren's was set up by Bloomberg himself, and Joe Biden jumped in to help her finish him off. After the debate, Matthews asked Warren why she went after Bloomberg so hard. "I think it's important for people to know exactly what Michael Bloomberg has said and done," she said. "It is important to know who this
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 00:46
President Trump held a rally in Phoenix on Wednesday night at the same time Democrats were debating in Las Vegas, and he was sure to get in several digs against the candidates. He called Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) a "phony," referred to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) as "crazy," and called former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg "Mini Mike."
THE WEEK 02/20/2020 00:02
From the outset of Wednesday night's debate in Nevada, it was clear that most of the candidates on stage had decided to stop playing nice. It wasn't long before the atmosphere felt like something more out of an episode of the Maury Povich show — replete with audience booing — than any of the earlier primary-season debates where candidates occasionally tried to draw blood from each other. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) with a broadside against former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. "I'd like to talk about who we're running against," she said. "A billionaire who calls women ‘fat broads' and ‘horse-faced lesbians.' And no, I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg.". It was a fiery opening to a fiery evening.
THE WEEK 02/19/2020 12:36
Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is going all in on social media. His Democratic presidential campaign team is putting out a call for so-called "deputy digital organizers" who will reportedly work for 20 to 30 hours a week and receive $2,500 per month in exchange for promoting Bloomberg via text each week to everyone in their phones' contact list, while making daily social media posts in support of his campaign, .
THE WEEK 02/19/2020 11:46
In the fall, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said he thought "the people do have a right to know about the health of a senator, somebody who's running for president of the United States — full disclosure." Since then, however, he's changed his mind. "I think we have released quite as much documentation as any other candidate has," Sanders Tuesday night, and when asked whether he'd release additional information, , "I don't think we will, no." The letters from his physicians attesting he is "in outstanding health" will have to suffice. That seems good enough to me. The expectation that candidates will divulge their full health records is relatively new and not nearly as necessary as we've come to believe. President Trump's decision to flout the

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