John Bolton Says Trump Invited Kim Jong Un on Air Force One As He Thought It’d Be ‘Really Cool’

Former President Donald Trump offered North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un a ride on Air Force One because he “thought it would be really cool,” according to Trump’s former national security adviser John Bolton. Bolton made the remarks during a Wednesday interview with Bloomberg, confirming a similar account of the unusual offer from former deputy national security adviser Matthew Pottinger. Bolton, who accompanied Trump on the trip, said that he remained silent while listening to the former president make the “spur of the moment” proposal to Kim following their fruitless Vietnam summit in 2019. “I was there and I heard it and I didn’t respond at all, because I was biting my tongue to avoid saying what I thought

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The Top 10 Luxury Vehicles Owned by America’s Wealthiest

Luxury vehicles are more than just a brand name—they are a status symbol and often indicative of a certain quality of life. When it comes to the cars of the upper crust, there are a few notable brand names that tend to stand out—Mercedes, Cadillac, and BMW, to name a few. But some brands, it turns out, are more desirable among the higher income households across the United States than others. In order to be considered a luxury vehicle, these cars must have features that pour the glitz and glam on above the average necessities. For example, according to Certified Autoplex, luxury is used to categorize vehicles that have better-than-average performance capabilities, high-end interiors, and the most cutting-edge tech and

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Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Friend Took Part in Capitol Riot, Disputes Her Claim Antifa Behind Attack

Anthony Aguero, a conservative videographer and documented ally of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, was present during the U.S. Capitol attack on January 6 and proudly credited Donald Trump‘s supporters with initiating the violent uprising. Videos shared to Aguero’s Instagram and Facebook accounts on the day of, and following, the insurrection show crowds of former president Trump’s proponents chanting outside of the federal complex, while Aguero is heard speaking and cheering in the background. Aguero seems to have recorded the former video before rioters breached the Capitol itself, and the latter after it took place. A third video shared four days after the attack to Orbys, a social platform that bills itself as uncensored, appeared to show rioters as they actually

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Most Iranians Believe U.S. Should Enter Nuclear Deal First, No New Limits, Poll Says

Iranians overwhelmingly believe President Joe Biden‘s administration should first reenter the multilateral nuclear deal abandoned by the United States nearly three years ago before Tehran reinstitutes the full range of its own commitments to the agreement, a new poll has shown. Iranians also rejected any new limitations proposed by U.S. officials seeking lengthier and more stringent measures against their country, the results showed. The survey was conducted by the Toronto-based Iran Poll in conjunction with the University of Maryland’s Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland in two rounds last fall and earlier this year. The findings, which covered a wide range of topics pertaining to security, health, the economy and more, were released Wednesday and shared with Newsweek.

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Disney’s Painting of Polynesian Stuntman in Wendy Wu Movie Sparks Controversy

A TikTok video viewed by more than six million people sparked controversy on social media after a user claimed there is a racially insensitive moment in a Disney Channel movie. The controversy began when TikTok user @Notthatkyle claimed in a January 18 video he posted that there were two different skin tones on one of the actors in the 2006 Disney Channel original movie Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior. The user alleged that the actor was painted to look Black. The film stars stars Brenda Song as Wendy Wu, and includes a character named Mr. Medina, played by James Gaylyn, who is Black. Gaylyn had a stunt double for martial arts scenes. The TikTok user questioned a scene in which Wendy’s

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Biden’s Stimulus Bill Is ‘Left of Lenin,’ Filled With ‘Spending Porn,’ Says Senator John Kennedy

Republican Louisiana Senator John Kennedy has called Democratic President Joe Biden‘s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus bill “left of Lenin” and “full of spending porn.” Kennedy made his comments Wednesday on the Fox News program America’s Newsroom. The show’s co-host Dana Perino asked his criticisms of the bill, noting that Kennedy always has “a way with words.” “This is not a coronavirus bill,” Kennedy began. “This is a left of Lenin, neo-socialist wish list. I mean it’s just … it is chock full of spending porn.” Vladimir Lenin was a Soviet Union premier who supported Marxism and communism. Marxism and communism advocate for a society in which all property is publicly-owned, distributed by the government and each person works and receives

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50 Best Colleges for Nursing in America

In 2020, the World Health Organization declared that it was the year of the nurse. The WHO then spent the year acknowledging and honoring the hard, necessary work that nurses devote their lives to, from bringing babies into the world to providing end-of-life care and everything in between. It also used the honor as a reminder that the world needs 9 million more nurses and midwives to achieve universal health care within the next 10 years. In the United States alone, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that there will be an additional 175,900 job openings for registered nurses over the next decade, for a total of 7 percent growth. It also reports that nurses who hold a BSN, or

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$1,400 Stimulus Checks Boost GOP Support for Biden’s Relief Package: Poll

New polling data shows that President Joe Biden‘s proposed stimulus check of $1,400 is boosting Republican support for his $1.9 trillion economic relief package. A Wednesday Yahoo! survey, which sampled 1,556 U.S. adults between February 20-22, showed that 77 percent of respondents were in favor of sending $1,400 COVID-19 relief checks, including 61 percent of people who identified as Republican and 89 percent of people who identified as Democrat. Republicans were not as supportive of Biden’s overall stimulus package. Only 28 percent backed the sprawling legislation currently under consideration in Congress, while 36 percent opposed it and another 36 percent were unsure about their position. Additionally, 55 percent of Republicans opposed the $1.9 trillion price tag attached to the legislation,

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Fact Check: Was Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick Killed By Rioters?

There has been widespread speculation on the death of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, whose death ignited an outpouring of emotion from Americans after he died following the January 6 Capitol riot. Sicknick, 42, joined the Capitol police in 2008. He was an Air Force veteran who served in the New Jersey Air National Guard before becoming a police officer. The Claim Social media users have issued different claims about Sicknick’s death while some wonder whether he was killed by rioters or not amid conflicting reports. “Brian Sicknick was the capital police officer killed by rioters with a fire extinguisher,” one user tweeted February 19. Brian Sicknick was the capital police officer killed by rioters with a fire extinguisher. The

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Trump Supporters Charged With Violent Threats to Lawmakers, Officials to Overturn Election

Two supporters of former President Donald Trump are facing charges in Michigan after allegedly threatening officials with violence over the 2020 presidential election. Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that 62-year-old Daniel Thompson of Harrison, Michigan, was charged with three counts of malicious use of service provided by a telecommunications service provider, a misdemeanor charge that carries a possible six-month jail sentence and a $1,000 fine. A single count of the same charge was handed to 43-year-old Clinton Steward of Douglas, Georgia. “It is unacceptable and illegal to intimidate or threaten public officials,” Nessel said in a press release. “To those who think they can do so by hiding behind a keyboard or phone, we will find you and we

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