Sports NFL Donald Trump President Donald Trump, who doesn't have anything else important going on at the moment, has launched a petition against ESPN’s national anthem policy, describing it as “spineless”. Earlier this week, the sports network revealed it would return to an old company policy of not televising the national anthem before NFL games. As has been the case since 2006, ESPN will host Monday Night Football this season but it will not broadcast the anthem, which it showed three times last season. In the petition, which was sent out by email on August 22, Trump accused the network of surrendering to pressure. Recommended Slideshows 76 In Pictures: the Biggest Stadiums in the World 51 In Pictures: 50 Highest-Paid Athletes in the World 32 World's Most Valuable Sports Teams “Friend,” the message reads. “Just after we heard a sitting governor trash America, ESPN has now decided it will no longer play the … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Starts Petition Against ‘Spineless’ ESPN’s Anthem Policy for NFL Games
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opinion Jason Sattler Opinion columnist Published 3:07 p.m. UTC Aug 8, 2018 The so-called Rust Belt made Donald Trump president of the United States and now it could help take away his immunity by House majority. Republican Troy Balderson may have snuck by Democrat Danny O’Connor with a fully operational GOP turnout machine behind him to win the special election in Ohio’s 12th congressional district. But the two candidates were separated by around 1 percentage point with almost 4,000 provisional ballots left to count in a district Republican Rep. Pat Tiberi won by nearly 37 points less than two years ago. That should be no comfort to the GOP. You can’t expect a newbie to perform like an incumbent, but both Mitt Romney and Donald Trump carried the district by 11 percentage points. There are 68 GOP-held U.S. House districts with a more Democratic lean than Ohio’s 12th. Democrats only need to pick up 23 of them to grab the majority … [Read more...] about The Rust Belt is done with Donald Trump’s gold-plated populism
Tech & Science Internet Donald Trump Dark Web In one niche corner of the cryptocurrency world, an ethical debate is raging. The topic of contention is not exchange rates or squabbles over which virtual money is king, but so-called “assassination markets” where users can place bets on the likelihood of celebrity deaths. So far, U.S. president Donald Trump, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, actor Betty White and senator John McCain have been the subject of death predictions on a new platform called Augur. Launched this month by a non-profit called the Forecast Foundation, the service is powered on the Ethereum blockchain and designed to place wagers on the chance of events coming true. “Predict the next election, short a cryptocurrency, or hedge against disaster,” the pitch reads. Augur is a free, open source software for users to create their own prediction markets. Contracts use the Ethereum blockchain, which is a form of distributed leger technology that records … [Read more...] about Welcome to Augur, the Cryptocurrency Death Market Where You Can Bet on a Donald Trump Assassination
opinion Jason Sattler Opinion columnist Published 7:15 p.m. UTC May 23, 2018 What isn’t President Trump afraid of? Forget going under oath to testify for the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Trump even refuses to go on camera to be interviewed, unless the interviewer can pass for a giddy member of his fan club. Since Trump told NBC News’ Lester Holt that he was thinking about “this Russia thing with Trump and Russia” when he fired FBI Director James Comey on May 11, 2017, Trump has only consented to be interviewed on television 15 times. “He has given 11 interviews to Fox News and Fox Business, one to Christian Broadcasting Network’s Pat Robertson, one to Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Mike Huckabee, one to CNBC’s Joe Kernen, and one to ITV’s Piers Morgan,” reported John Kerr and Dina Radtke of Media Matters for America. In these … [Read more...] about Easy questions only for Donald Trump: President Snowflake loves his safe space.
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Rudy Giuliani says Michael Cohen's issues have nothing to do with Donald Trump President Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that his client is not affected by investigations into payments to longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen from several American companies and a firm tied to a Russian oligarch. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs David Jackson, USA TODAY Published 6:37 p.m. ET May 9, 2018 CLOSE President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is casting doubt on a new report compiled by Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti. Veuer's Chandra Lanier has the story. … [Read more...] about Rudy Giuliani says Michael Cohen’s issues have nothing to do with Donald Trump