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Timothy Bella is the deputy editor of Morning Mix. His work has appeared in outlets such as Esquire, the Atlantic, New York magazine and the Undefeated.
“I’m not afraid of the fight,” he told reporters before a 1961 bout. “I’m afraid of the flight.”
Daniel Madison was trying to watch "Fyre Fraud" when he noticed that Infowars, banned by most major Internet platforms, was available on Roku.
None of the criticism President Trump heard from Republican lawmakers over his abrupt decision to withdraw troops from Syria was visible at the top of his Twitter feed early Thursday.
“We need to let President Trump know that we appreciate what he’s doing for America,” Brad Parscale said in an ad that aired Monday. “I need you to call the number on your screen and deliver a thank you to President Trump.”
“If they can’t get it done in Congress, they’ll keep trying in the courts, even when it puts people’s pre-existing conditions coverage at risk,” the former president wrote on Saturday.
“I felt like, okay, this is not what I intended," Stacy Baird said. “I would have never thought of his when choosing the name.”
Hours after George H.W. Bush's state funeral, the president pointed to his high marks from a favorable polling outlet.
The legal scholar suggested that the special counsel's report be withheld until Trump and his attorneys have a chance to respond.
In an interview with Esquire, Springsteen said the president is an example of what happens when someone abandons the bonds of family, community and fellow citizens.
The song has vaulted Lynzy Lab into the national spotlight.