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U.S. Donald Trump 2020 Election With November's midterm elections only weeks away, the 2020 Presidential Election is on the minds of many. And MSNBC "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough has suggested that President Donald Trump won't seek re-election. During a Thursday appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Scarborough and his co-host Mika Brzezinski discussed what's to come during the 2020 race. Colbert asked Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski to share their thoughts on "reasonable hopefuls" aiming to take the Oval Office in Trump's place. "It looks like Joe Biden is running. I think John Kerry's going to run. I love Kamala Harris," Brzezinski said. To this, Scarborough suggested interested candidates won't have to "challenge" Trump because the 45th president will likely "cash out" in 2020. "I don't think that they're going to have to step up and challenge Donald Trump because I don't think Donald Trump is going to run for … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Will ‘Cash Out’ and Won’t Run in 2020, Joe Scarborough Predicts
Barry Svrluga, The Washington Post Published 6:01 am CDT, Tuesday, September 18, 2018 The empty seats - rows and blocks and chunks and sections of them, striking even on a telecast that focused on the field - aren't some sort of sudden development at FedEx Field. This is two decades of erosion of a once-proud franchise. Once-proud. It's almost a mandatory modifier now, bludgeoned into us because it describes the then and the now. Trite, for sure, but let's roll it out again, because clinging to the pride generated by those Super Bowl trophies from a generation ago feels better than dealing with the present. The once-proud Washington Redskins lost to the Indianapolis Colts in their home opener Sunday at FedEx Field. This time, though, the no-shows weren't just the players and coaches. The no-shows are now the fans. And we know now, for sure, that the seats were empty not because ticket holders - paying customers - decided it was too difficult to get to the game, or that … [Read more...] about The erosion of the Redskins’ fan base didn’t just happen. Stopping it won’t, either.
Flaming Saddles: Part Coyote Ugly, part honky-tonk and part Cirque du Soleil, Flaming Saddles in WeHo is freakier and more fiery than its New York counterpart. (Gay)me-changer: Having to adjust for a bigger space and different crowd, the owners began auditioning professional dancers — among them competitive pole dancers — to entertain patrons. Try not to be too mesmerized by the talent on display — it's the only gay bar on the WeHo strip where you may find yourself entranced by someone of the opposite sex! 8811 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood; (310) 855-7501, flamingsaddles.com/weho. Bar10: Friendly neighborhood bar meets wanton WeHo hub, Bar10 may not be as big as the Abbey or Flaming Saddles, but it still has room for a pool table, a giant bar and lots of dancing space. (Gay)me-changer: The music! A great mix of pop, top 40 and hip-hop hits of today and yesteryear. One minute you may be dancing to Cardi B and the next, spinning to Donna Summer or bumping to TLC. … [Read more...] about Where to Have a Gay Ol’ Time in Los Angeles: A Nightlife Guide