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Fri, 01/29/2010 - 11:20pm
A Browns fan isn't shaving until the team wins. This might be a bad idea.
Leon Panetta — former defense secretary, CIA director, director of the Office of Management and Budget, and White House chief of staff — said in an interview on CBS' Face the Nation Sunday President-elect Donald Trump needs to be better-informed. Responding to reports that Trump is skipping most intelligence briefings, Panetta said he is concerned Trump does not have the knowledge he needs to make wise decisions once in office. As president, "you can have a lot of bright people and they can present you a lot of options.
Over 1,000 hate crimes have been reported since the election of Donald Trump. Most are directed towards Jews and Muslims and Donald Trump has not come out with any sort of statement/tweet/talking point to calm these racists down. This seems a great start to a four year hate-fest where blatant racism will be the overt norm in the United States for the first time in decades.
The death toll of a fire at a warehouse dance party in Oakland, California, late Friday night has reached 24 people, officials said Sunday, up from an initial count of nine bodies. About 15 people believed to have been in the building remain missing, and fire crews are slowly searching the rest of the badly damaged structure. Many people who were killed or injured in the blaze had difficulty escaping the warehouse, described as a labyrinth of artists' workspaces and illegal dwellings.
In an interview with Meet the Press host Chuck Todd Sunday morning, Vice President-elect Mike Pence evaded questions about whether President-elect Donald Trump's deal with Carrier should be considered crony capitalism. "On Carrier, why isn't this pay-to-play politics?" Todd asked. "Some people would say you gave a tax break to Carrier so that they would only send 700 jobs overseas.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence asserted on Sunday that Donald Trump was "entitled" to say that millions of Americans voted illegally -- even if the claim was false. During an interview on ABC's This Week, host George Stephanopoulos reminded the future vice president of a recent tweet in which Trump declared that he lost the popular vote because of the "millions of people who voted illegally." "That claim is groundless," Stephanopoulos pointed out.