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Ivanka Trump touched the Stanley Cup, and people are freaking out

The Washington Capitals won their first Stanley Cup on June 7, and the team hasn’t stopped celebrating since. Last night, Philip Pritchard, the Keeper of the Cup for the National Hockey League, shared a photo showing first daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, hamming it up with the team, including superstar Alex Ovechkin and the beloved Stanley Cup.

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Singapore deports South Korean journalists in trespass case

Singapore officials said Sunday that two South Korean journalists arrested on suspicion of trespassing at the residence of the North Korean ambassador have been deported.

“I think it’s a bad idea in any country to break into ambassador’s residences. No different in Singapore. Case closed. They have been asked to leave,” Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam said.

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Trump says he’s considering posthumous pardon for boxing legend Muhammad Ali

President Donald Trump spoke on a number of topics related to sports on Friday before departing for the G-7 Summit in Canada.

He mentioned that the NBA champions, who could be crowned as soon as Friday night, would not receive an invitation to visit the White House.

Trump also said he wants to meet with NFL players who knelt during the anthem so that they could recommend people they know that were treated unfairly by the justice system. He said he would then consider offering pardons for those individuals.

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Anthony Bourdain was ‘regularly suicidal’ after end of first marriage

Beneath the swagger and mischievous grin, however, loomed a history of lethally destructive behavior. Soon after his first marriage ended in 2005, as Bourdain related in his book “Medium Raw,” he was “aimless and regularly suicidal” during a stretch in the Caribbean. He recounted getting drunk and stoned — “the kind of drunk where you’ve got to put a hand over one eye to see straight” — and said he would “peel out” in his 4×4 on his way back from nightly trips to the brothels.

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State Democratic parties accused of illegally funneling $84M into Clinton campaign

Up to 40 state Democratic parties could be implicated in an alleged scheme to illegally funnel some $84 million to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, according to a new report.

A federal lawsuit says the Clinton team and the Democratic National Committee went around campaign finance laws by pouring money into state parties that then sent the funds back to the DNC to help Clinton, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.

The Committee to Defend the President, a pro-President Trump PAC, first filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission in December. But the authorities didn’t take action before a required deadline, the group’s campaign finance attorney, who filed the federal lawsuit, told the Review-Journal.

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Trudeau Is ‘Overreacting’ to Trump Tariffs, Kudlow Says

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is “overreacting” to steel and aluminum tariffs President Donald Trump imposed last week because he misunderstands the chief executive’s reasoning, U.S. National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow said on “Fox News Sunday.”

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