MANY people do not even realise they have bone spurs, but Donald Trump supposedly has them. We explain what are bone spurs, what kind the US president has and if they go away. What are bone spurs? Bone spurs are bony lumps, medically called osteophytes, which grow on the bones and around joints, according to the NHS. They are most commonly found in the neck, shoulder, knee, lower back, fingers or big toe, and foot or heel. Bone spurs tend to form when the joints have been affected by osteoarthritis, a form arthritis that develops in ageing adults, or after a joint or tendon has been injured. Most bone spurs show no signs or symptoms, but can cause problems if they rub against other bone or tissue, restrict movement or squeeze nearby nerves. What kind of symptoms can occur? SPINE: Can cause pain and stiffness in the back NECK: Can pinch a nearby nerve and cause pain, pins and needles, numbness or weakness in the arms SHOULDER: Can limit the space available for tendons and … [Read more...] about What are bone spurs symptoms, what type did Donald Trump have and do they go away?
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DONALD Trump has come under fire again - this time for praising a Republican congressman who bodyslammed a journalist. Here's the background on Greg Gianforte and his conviction for assault during an election campaign in Montana. Who is Greg Gianforte? Greg Gianforte, 57, is a tech millionaire and a Republican politician who lives with his wife have four children in Bozeman, Montana. His estimated personal wealth of $136million reportedly makes him the second richest member of the US Congress. He was born in San Diego before his family moved to Philadelphia. After school there he studied electrical engineering and computer science in New Jersey. Soon after graduating he co-founded a software company which he and his partners sold to MacAfee for $10million in 1994. Greg and his wife Susan founded another firm, RightNow Technologies, in 1997. The company, which makes customer service software, was bought by Oracle in 2011 for $1.5billion. Gianforte is a Christian conservative … [Read more...] about Who is Greg Gianforte, what did he do to Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs and what did Donald Trump say about it?
THE White House is “fully confident” that Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed on the US Supreme Court after receiving the FBI's background investigation into the judge. Here's what you need to know about the vote - and what President Donald Trump said. What time was the first vote? The 12-11 Republican-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee was originally set to vote on Brett Kavanuagh's appointment to the Supreme Court at 9.30am local time, 2.30pm UK time, on September 28. However, the vote was been pushed back until 1.30pm local time, 6.30pm UK time. The vote came just one day after an emotionally-charged Kavanaugh testified to the Senate on allegations of sexual misconduct in 1982. The nomination will now be put forward for a vote in the full Senate. Currently controlled 51-49 by Trump's fellow Republicans, a single defection from his camp would require Vice President Mike Pence to break a tie. Why was the confirmation vote delayed? The Senate have now asked the White House … [Read more...] about What’s the Brett Kavanaugh US Supreme Court vote and what did Donald Trump say about the speech?
Brett Kavanaugh does not seem like much of a judge. He seems more like an ASDA manager caught with his hand in the till and his dick in a French stick, shouting that he's a Christian, happily married man and you must be imagining it. At US Senate hearings into his appointment as a Supreme Court judge, Kavanaugh throbbed with undirected rage. His fury erupted not at injustice, not in protection of his two young daughters, but at Democrats - the evil, smearing, duplicitous, abusers of the due process he expected to rubber-stamp his smooth transition into a job that would earn him $220,600-a-year-for-life. His eyes wheeled angrily about the room, like those of a nostril-flared bull surrounded by bloodstained matadors. His tears and anger were so overwhelming that at times he seemed about to choke on his own tongue. Had he been Serena Williams, it would be considered a career-ending meltdown. Instead Donald Trump called him "powerful, honest, and riveting". The allegation was that 36 … [Read more...] about Why did Donald Trump want howling maniac Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court?
"FAKE news" was named Collins Dictionary's official Word of the Year for 2017 - and there's a good reason why. The term has become popularised by US President Donald Trump and its usage is said to have risen by 365 per cent since 2016. Who did Donald Trump name in his 'Fake News Awards'? Donald Trump had touted his "Fake News Awards" before the list was published on the Republican Party website. Unfortunately the website crashed within seconds of the president tweeting a link to the results. New York Times columnist Paul Krugman was awarded the number one spot for a tweet saying "on the day of President Trump's historic, landslide victory that the economy would never recover". It also included ABC veteran reporter Brian Ross and networks and publications Newsweek, TIME and the Washington Post. On August 28, 2018, he attacked Google by accusing the search engine giant of prioritising "fake news" in its search results - a claim the company denies. He took to Twitter to claim the results … [Read more...] about What is ‘fake news’, what is Theresa May’s new security unit and what were Donald Trump’s Fake News Awards?