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President Donald Trump said he spoke to officials with the Big Ten conference on Tuesday about a plan for opening its 2020 football season on schedule.Trump said he spoke with Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren on Tuesday morning, and tweeted that a plan was "at the one yard line."The Big Ten has not commented publicly on Trump's statement.Later, Trump told reporters that he believed "Democrats" would be the biggest hurdle in getting the season started — though it's unclear which Democrats Trump was referring to, or how they would be able to shut down football games across several states.On Aug. 11, the Big Ten announced it was "postponing" all 2020 fall sports, including football, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In its announcement, the league said it was exploring the possibility of all fall sports resuming play in the spring of 2021. 853

President Donald Trump refuted a report from The Atlantic on Thursday that claimed he called Sen. John McCain and U.S. soldiers who died fighting for their country "losers" and "suckers."According to The Atlantic, in the days after McCain's death in August 2018, Trump told senior staff members that he did not want to support that "loser's" funeral and became "furious" that flags at the White House had been lowered to half-staff in McCain's honor.McCain spent more than five years in a Vietnamese war camp after his plane was shot down during the Vietnam war. During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump responded to criticism from McCain by saying he liked soldiers who "weren't captured."The outlet also reported that Trump made similar comments during a trip to Paris in 2018, when a visit to nearby Aisne-Marne American Cemetery was canceled due to rain. While officials at the time claimed the Secret Service was unable to fly a helicopter due to the weather, senior staff members who were in Paris claim the trip was canceled because Trump believed his hair would be ruined in the rain.Trump also reportedly claimed the cemetery — a memorial site to hundreds of American soldiers who were killed during World War I — was "filled with losers" and "suckers."Much of the reporting was further confirmed in reports by The Washington Post and The Associated Press.In a series of tweets on Thursday evening, Trump denied the accusations, calling them "fake news." He claimed he called for flags at the White House to be flown at half-staff "without hesitation or complaint" following McCain's death."I never called John a loser and swear on whatever, or whoever, I was asked to swear on, that I never called our great fallen soldiers anything other than HEROES," Trump tweeted on Thursday. 1801

德州男人做爱时间,President Donald Trump has received at least eight different medicines and supplements since he was diagnosed with COVID-19.Several are new and approved under emergency or compassionate use orders, including Regeneron's antibody cocktail. It uses lab-created COVID-19 antibodies to boost the immune response.A late stage trial that has not been peer-reviewed yet suggests the cocktail is safe and appeared to reduce symptoms.“None of the other medicines that he's been given, whether it's Remdesivir, more recently, dexamethasone, none of them have actually been shown to have direct antiviral activity, that is, they don't lower the virus levels directly,” said Dr. George Yancopoulos, a founding scientist at Regeneron.Yancopoulos says they're getting more requests, but “compassionate use” is not intended for widespread distribution. The Food and Drug Administration would have to grant emergency use authorization“And as of course, we all know, when you're fighting a viral disease and it's a race between the virus taking over and your body beating it, and dropping viral levels would be a great indicator that that the battle is going in the right direction and that the patient is winning,” said Yancopoulos.The president also took a steroid called dexamethasone. It's used to treat inflammation and is proven to help people breathe when they need oxygen.“For patients who were hospitalized or getting oxygen, it was extremely effective in helping them walk out of the hospital under their own powers,” said Peter Pitts, President of the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest.Meanwhile first lady Melania Trump, who also tested positive, tweeted Monday that she is feeling good and will continue to rest at home. 1733

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he has directed his attorney general to propose changes that would ban so-called bump stocks, which make it easier to fire rounds more quickly."Just a few moments ago I signed a memo directing the attorney general to propose regulations that ban all devices that turn legal weapons into machine guns," Trump said at a Medal of Valor event at the White House, addressing Attorney General Jeff Sessions."I expect these regulations to be finalized, Jeff, very soon," Trump said.Moments earlier, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump ordered the Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to review bump fire stocks, which she said had been completed. She said movement on that front would take place shortly."The President, when it comes to that, is committed to ensuring that those devices are -- again I'm not going to get ahead of the announcement, but I can tell you that the President doesn't support use of those accessories," Sanders said.Asked on Tuesday whether the President would support steps that would raise the federal age limit for military-style weapons, such as the AR-15, Sanders did not rule it out."I think that's certainly something that's on the table for us to discuss and that we expect to come up over the next couple of weeks," Sanders said.In most states, the age limit for purchasing the AR-15 is 18, while the limit for handguns is 21.The-CNN-Wire? & ? 2018 Cable News Network, Inc., a Time Warner Company. All rights reserved. 1556

President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence met with the executive director of the National Rifle Association's lobbying arm Thursday evening.In a tweet, Chris Cox says the two "don't want gun control.""I had a great meeting tonight with @realDonaldTrump & @VP. We all want safe schools, mental health reform and to keep guns away from dangerous people. POTUS & VPOTUS support the Second Amendment, support strong due process and don't want gun control. #NRA #MAGA," the tweet reads.  514

President Donald Trump once again took to Twitter on Sunday to call on Robert Mueller to "STOP" with an investigation into possible collusion between Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and the Russians.While Trump has frequently called the investigation a "witch hunt," and asserts that the investigation hasn't found any collusion, a point Mueller's team can or cannot confirm, Trump is calling on the Department of Justice to investigate itself. Trump tweeted, "I hereby demand, and will do so officially tomorrow, that the Department of Justice look into whether or not the FBI/DOJ infiltrated or surveilled the Trump Campaign for Political Purposes - and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the Obama Administration!"Earlier in the week, the New York Times reported that the FBI used an informant who began making contact with the Trump campaign during the 2016 election cycle. The informant contacted two members of the Trump campaign after the FBI gathered evidence linking two Trump staffers had suspicious contacts linked to Russia during the campaign. After the story was published, Trump claimed that this was evidence that the FBI was spying on his campaign for political purposes.Trump on Sunday also made false and misleading claims that former election rival Hillary Clinton directly cashed in as secretary of state. Trump claimed Clinton made 5 million from Uranium One, but more than 0 million was given to Clinton's charitable fund well before she was named President Barack Obama's secretary of state. Trump continued to question why there is no longer an investigation into Clinton's dealings with Uranium One, or why the email server case has not been reopened since 2016 after then FBI Director James Comey found no criminal wrongdoing.  1850

德州男人做爱时间,POWAY, Calif. (KGTV) - Poway homeowners say what once was a pristine golf course has now become an overgrown zoo. StoneRidge Country Club closed after voters defeated a previous development plan in 2017.Since the closure neighbors who live along the forlorn course say, little has been done to clear out brush and preserve the once lush golf course. "Absolutely nothing has been done on the course to maintain any sense of beauty. It's been a hazard with the bees, the snakes, the scorpions, gopher holes, you name it," said Rosalind Duddy, who's lived along the golf course since 1991. A crusader for her community, Duddy now goes on the course several times a month with a week whacker, clearing out dry brush. "Considering that we were here in '07 fires, and ultimately had to evacuate, 20-some homes were burned to the ground, brings back really, really incredible memories, and certainly I wouldn't want to have to have that experience again," said Duddy. The property is currently owned by Michael Schlesinger, who city officials say has completed the weed clearing around the perimeter of the property, consistent with the requirements for fire fuel management. This includes the clearing of weeds within 100 feet of structures. However, he has not yet completed the clearing around the clubhouse building.City officials say the weed abatement (wildfire defensible space) requirements are 100 feet from structures and 10 feet from roadways that are in the high fire hazard areas. Only the northeastern portion of the Stoneridge property is in the high fire hazard area. There are a few additional sections the city is planning to ask Schlesinger to clear 10 feet along.The city also adds that complaints about the property's appearance fronting Espola Road are based on aesthetics and since this is not in the high fire hazard area they have not asked for this to be cleared.Poway developer Kevin McNamara hopes neighbors will support his plan for the defunct golf course.McNamara calls his development "The Farms at Stoneridge." It has an agricultural theme, including hiking trails, parks, community gardens, and a butterfly farm. It would also bring 160 homes to the area. Voters will get a chance to vote on the plan in 2020.A community workshop will be held in September and McNamara urges people with questions or suggestions to email him at [email protected] 2398



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