Donald Trump has surpassed his most pernicious self by retweeting nasty videos sent out by Britain First, a posse of white neo-Nazi right-wingers. The three videos showed dreadful acts being committed by perpetrators who were supposedly followers of Allah. One film, claims Britain First, shows a 'Muslim beating up a Dutch boy with crutches'. A Dutch news website has investigated the claim and found it to be untrue. The most powerful man in the world deliberately distributes fraudulent material designed to incite hatred against people of my faith. Even Piers Morgan, one of the President's most faithful British admirers, tweeted "What the hell are you doing retweeting a bunch of unverified videos by Britain First, a bunch of disgustingly racist, far right extremists?" Thank you Mr Morgan for that intervention. The rest of us have other pressing questions: First, how the hell does he even have time to do this while carrying out his heavy duties? Secondly, why does he feel this … [Read more...] about No wonder Donald Trump retweets Britain First
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PIERS Morgan is known for being very opinionated - on Good Morning Britain, on Twitter, on Arsenal and on pretty much everything else.But how much money does he have? And what other shows has he been on? Here's the lowdown...Piers Morgan was born March 30, 1965 and is a British journalist and television personality.Piers began his journalism career in Fleet Street as a writer and ended up as editor for several tabloid papers, including The Sun, News of the World and the Daily Mirror.In 1994, aged 29, he was appointed editor of the News of the World by Rupert Murdoch.This made him the youngest editor of a British national newspaper in more than half a century.Piers is currently the main host on Good Morning Britain, and can be seen sharing his opinions from Monday to Wednesday on ITV 6am until 8.30am.He has also had stints as one of the judges on Britain's Got Talent and America's Got Talent where he helped to launch the careers of stars including Susan Boyle.Piers has also fronted … [Read more...] about What is Piers Morgan’s net worth, who is his wife Celia Walden, how many children does he have and is he an Arsenal fan?
PIERS Morgan is known for being very opinionated - on Good Morning Britain, on Twitter, on Arsenal and pretty much any other subject he discussesBut how much money has the journalist and TV presenter racked up over the years and what other shows has he been on? Here's Piers' story...Piers Morgan was born March 30, 1965, and is a British journalist and television personality.Piers began his journalism career in Fleet Street as a writer and ended up as editor for several tabloid papers, including The Sun, News of the World and the Daily Mirror.In 1994, aged 29, he was appointed editor of the News of the World by Rupert Murdoch.This made him the youngest editor of a British national newspaper in more than half a century.Piers is currently the main host on Good Morning Britain, and can be seen sharing his opinions from Monday to Wednesday on ITV 6am until 8.30am.He has also had stints as one of the judges on Britain's Got Talent and America's Got Talent where he helped to launch the … [Read more...] about What is Piers Morgan’s net worth, who’s his wife Celia Walden, how many children does he have and is he an Arsenal fan?
“WE’VE got to be nice and cool, nice and calm,” said Donald Trump in Florida last week.He was talking to himself, trying to stop himself saying something stupid before election day.Now we’ve had the election, he’s won, and he needs to give the world a similar message.Because while Team Donald is celebrating winning the election, everybody else is having a meltdown.Is the Donald going to tear up the world order as we know it? Will he start a nuclear war?Will he be as rude to world leaders as he is to everyone else? The world needs reassurance, and fast.It’s true that Trump has said lots of crazy things.His temperament is a genuine worry, even if he insists otherwise.A man who can’t stop himself from attacking his enemies on Twitter in the middle of the night is not someone you want in charge of the most powerful military ever created.Trump can’t concentrate on anything for more than five minutes — yet he thinks he is an expert … [Read more...] about Donald Trump may lack a fair temperament but bigger lunatics have had nukes… and not fired
MICHAEL Flatley, one of the best know Irish dancers in the world, has been “booked” to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration in the US this weekend.Furious fans turned on the superhoofer as it emerged he had agreed to perform at the ceremony for the controversial US President-elect tomorrow.The Lord of the Dance creator made his name as part of the Riverdance troupe and toured the world with his own brand for almost 20 years.It is not yet known whether he will perform alongside his troupe but a spokesperson for the star confirmed to RTE News that he was travelling to Washington.They said: “Michael Flatley is on his way to Washington where his dance troupe will perform at the inauguration ceremony for US President-elect Donald Trump”.But what do we know about the father-of-one, born in America to Irish parents, who burst onto our screens during the interval of the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest?How old is Michael Flatley and where was he born?Michael … [Read more...] about Who is Michael Flatley? Irish dancer set ‘to perform’ at Donald Trump’s inauguration who made his name in Riverdance – here’s what we know
OLIVIA Newton John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi has been forced to deny she’s had a drugs relapse after her a rant about US president Donald Trump.Chloe spent seven months in rehab back in 2013 following an addiction to drugs and alcohol.On Saturday the 31-year-old’s Instagram followers attacked her after she posted a lengthy statement about Trump, with some accusing her of taking drugs again.Chloe fiercely denied the rumours and told them: “I'm two years clean and f***ing proud of it.”She later justified the post by explaining she’d spent time with Trump but later deleted it following the backlash.In a message to her fans, Chloe wrote: “I took my Trump post down. I realise every time I voice my real feelings about him it only insights hateful comments and people telling me to get off drugs.“My opinion as a sensitive (person), I feel his energy and am not attracted or connected to anything he stands for to be polite. But I'm too much of a … [Read more...] about Olivia Newton John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi denies she’s had a drugs relapse following rant about US president Donald Trump
THE Brit accused of trying to assassinate Donald Trump is a Robot Wars loving geek who was obsessed with the nerdy machines as a teenager, The Sun Online can reveal.Would-be assassin Michael Sandford was involved in robot warfare, often buying the contraptions to repair and work on.But the 20-year-old was yesterday shackled in an American court, accused of trying to kill presidential candidate Donald Trump.Charged with an act of violence on restricted grounds, the Brit was denied bail and now faces 10 years behind bars after being arrested at the Las Vegas casino during a rally for billionaire Trump.Sandford had allegedly claimed he wanted an autograph with the presidential candidate when he tried to snatch a gun from a police officer.He was then frog-marched from the casino.But The Sun Online can reveal that before his daring attempt on the billionaire's life, the young man harboured a love of metalwork that culminated in fighting robots.Sandford had … [Read more...] about British protester who ‘tried to kill Donald Trump’ is a ROBOT WARS nerd who once bought winning machine called Mr Nasty from TV show
Ask Trump biographers what the Republican candidate for president is like, and they’ll start free-associating, almost as though they can’t help but channel the man himself when they speak of him. Aggressive, rambling, unprincipled, materialistic, boastful, shrewd, undisciplined, mercurial and charismatic are some of the words they use to describe Trump. But two words stick out: narcissism and salesman. "He's a salesman, and he's selling himself - he believes in himself," Gwenda Blair, author of two books on Trump and the Trump family, told DW. "Very occasionally when someone gets to him with the idea that something he did was not successful, he reacts like he's been stung. He's visibly very disturbed by that and lashes out. It's a narcissistic wound." Biographer Timothy L. O'Brien, author of the book "TrumpNation," knows whereof Blair speaks. Trump unsuccessfully sued him for $5 billion (4.5 billion euros) for having the temerity to suggest that the … [Read more...] about Donald Trump: the maverick, narcissistic salesman
DW: You argue that US President Donald Trump is less an anomaly than commonly thought. This may sound strange to many people who have observed him and his behavior not just during the campaign but also since becoming president. Why do you think that? Christopher Newfield: A lot of his positions on policy matters are the same as the right-wing of the Republican Party. His gender attitudes, his antagonism towards abortion - he is now trying to defund Planned Parenthood, which not only provides abortions but also provides basic birth control for low-income people. His interest in privatization using public money to give to private contractors to renew our infrastructure, appointing a Wall Street banker, who profited quite a bit from the housing crisis in 2008/2009, as secretary of the treasury for example. He is very Republican mainstream in the content of the views. I think what people are shocked by is the way that he promulgates the views, the publicity style, that is quite … [Read more...] about ‘Treat Donald Trump like a normal politician who is wrong about everything’
Trump said on Thursday that the national emergency would fight the abuse of opioids such as Percocet, OxyContin, heroin and fentanyl. "This epidemic is a national health emergency," Trump said in a speech at the White House. He said the crisis had spared no segment of American society. "As Americans we cannot allow this to continue." The declaration lasts for 90 days and can be renewed repeatedly. Trump said he was directing his acting health and human services secretary to oversee the process. The declaration further allows the Department of Labor to provide grants to opioid addicts to break the "cycle of addiction and unemployment." Increased access to telemedicine treatment for people in rural areas will also be provided. Read more - US opioid crisis leaves heroin users out in the cold Federal funding won't increase The declaration does not allocate any increased federal funding, however. White House officials said they would push Congress at its … [Read more...] about US opioid crisis: Donald Trump outlines plans to tackle health emergency