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Republican senator asserts Trump didn’t say “s—hole”

A Republican senator said President Donald Trump did not use the word “s—hole” in reference to immigrants from Haiti and Africa in a meeting at the White House last week.

Sen. David Perdue of Georgia, a close ally of the president, told ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” Sunday that reports have misrepresented the president’s comments during a meeting on immigration on Thursday.

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Government to resume processing DACA renewals, citing judge’s ruling

The Department of Homeland Security will resume processing renewal applications for young undocumented immigrants seeking protection from deportation under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, the agency said.

The Trump administration announced in September that it would eliminate DACA, which protects people who were illegally brought to the United States as children — so-called Dreamers — from being deported. The administration said at the time it did not have the authority to administer the program and it was up to Congress to make it law.

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White House, WSJ go to the tape over “fake news” feud

President Trump tweeted this morning accusing the Wall Street Journal of maliciously misreporting a statement he made in a recent interview. The tweet followed a “FAKE NEWS” alert last night from Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.

At issue: Whether Trump said “I probably have a good relationship with Kim Jong-un,” or “I’d probably have a good relationship with Kim Jong-un.”

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LAPD Opens Sexual Assault Investigation Into Steven Seagal

Multiple women, including Jenny McCarthy, have come forward and alleged they were sexually harassed or assaulted by the ‘Under Siege’ actor.
Los Angeles police have opened an investigation into a sexual assault accusation against Steven Seagal, the department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter. No additional information was available.

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Trump’s nightmare

Trump’s day of reckoning … The one thing that could dramatically diminish President Trump’s chances of avoiding impeachment and chalking up legislative wins is Democrats winning the House.

And, thanks to series of recent developments, Trump knows this no longer just seems plausible, but probable.

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Hill sources tell us that a House Democratic takeover is now likely.
One strategist close to Republican leaders believes that a loss of the House is “baked in,” and said top Republicans don’t see a way to avoid it.
It would take a flip of 24 seats for Dems to take over. The average loss for the president’s party in his first midterm is about 32 seats, and we’re hearing forecasts of 40+ losses.

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Ellen DeGeneres, Jeff Bridges among those impacted by mudslides

Some famous residents of Southern California’s Santa Barbara County are speaking out in the midst of mudslides that have killed at least 17 people and left others missing.

Related: California mudslides: The frantic search for survivors
Ellen DeGeneres, who lives in Montecito, spoke emotionally on her show Wednesday about the destruction impacting the area.

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Condoleezza Rice on #MeToo: ‘Let’s not turn women into snowflakes’

(CNN)Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that while she believes the #MeToo movement is “a good thing,” people need “to be a little bit careful” about how they respond to it.

“Let’s not turn women into snowflakes. Let’s not infantilize women,” Rice insisted during an interview with CNN’s David Axelrod on “The Axe Files,” which airs at 7 ET Saturday night.

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Liam Neeson: Bit of a witch hunt over sex allegations

LONDON (AP) — Actor Liam Neeson says the Hollywood sexual harassment scandal has sparked “a bit of a witch hunt.”

Asked about the issue on the Irish broadcaster RTE, Neeson said: “There’s some people, famous people, being suddenly accused of touching some girl’s knee or something and suddenly they’re being dropped from their program.”

He referred to U.S. radio presenter and writer Garrison Keillor, who was dropped by Minnesota Public Radio last year over an allegation of “inappropriate behavior.” Neeson said that wasn’t the same as the “other Harvey Weinstein stuff.” Neeson also said he was “on the fence” regarding sexual misconduct allegations against Dustin Hoffman.

But the 65-year-old “Taken” star also said in Friday’s Late Late Show that the “#MeToo” movement taking place “across every industry (is) healthy.”

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SEE IT: Sam Rockwell drops F-bomb in ‘Saturday Night Live’ flub

Sam Rockwell took his role as a flustered science teacher a little too seriously on “Saturday Night Live.”

The Golden Globe-winning actor dropped an f-bomb during a failed attempt to inspire two young students to learn about the density of oil and water during his first sketch as host Saturday night.

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Trump accuses Wall Street Journal of ‘fake news’ over misquote about Kim Jong-un

PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Trump on Sunday added the Wall Street Journal to his list of “Fake News” offenders, saying the newspaper intentionally misquoted him.

“The Wall Street Journal stated falsely that I said to them “I have a good relationship with Kim Jong Un” (of N. Korea). Obviously I didn’t say that. I said “I’d have a good relationship with Kim Jong Un,” a big difference. Fortunately we now record conversations with reporters,” Mr. Trump wrote on Twitter.

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AP reporter recounts moments after Hawaii missile alert

HONOLULU – It was a beautiful Hawaii morning: nice breeze, blue skies, birds chirping. Then terror struck.

We were up early, my daughter and I, because this Saturday morning was her first day of ice skating lessons, a day we had been talking about and looking forward to for months.

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First human FROZEN by cryonics ‘will be brought back to life in just TEN years’

THE first human frozen after death could be brought back to life in as little as 10 years, an expert has exclusively revealed.

The incredible announcement comes from Dennis Kowalski, president of the US-based Cryonics Institute – an organisation spearheading the human freezing process.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, Dennis said that the technology is advancing so quickly that he can’t keep up with demand.

He said: “If you take something like CPR, that would have seemed unbelievable 100 years ago.

“Now we take that technology for granted.”

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