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BP continues to deny oil plumes exist

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BP Chief Operating Officer Doug Suttles appeared on three network morning shows Wednesday and denied the existence of oil plumes underneath the water in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Trump’s closing argument: You people are scum and morons — but vote for me anyway

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Sen. Martha McSally, an Arizona Republican, has paid her bootlicking dues. She's repeatedly gone out of her way to show obeisance to Donald Trump, most famously in January when she yelled "liberal hack" repeatedly at a CNN reporter who asked her if the Senate should consider evidence before rushing to acquit Trump during his impeachment trial.

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Trump makes unhinged threats against Miles Taylor at Florida rally: ‘Bad things are going to happen to him’

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Speaking at a rally in Florida this Thursday, President Trump mentioned the revealed identity of the "Anonymous" author of a New York Times op-ed who claimed to be part of the "Resistance within the White House."

"I don't know who the hell this guy is. So the New York Times said, 'a senior White House official' -- nobody knew who he was..." Trump said, reiterating his claim that the press is "truly the enemy of the American people."

"There should be major criminal liability for some scum like this," Trump said, later adding that "he should be prosecuted along with the New York Times" and that "bad things are going to happen to him."

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Hollywood producer arrested in new sex assault allegation

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David Guillod, a Hollywood producer out on bail after being charged with rape, sexual assault and kidnapping against four women, has been arrested again on a new sexual assault allegation, Los Angeles police said.

The executive producer of hit movies "Atomic Blonde" and "Extraction" remained in custody Thursday, having been detained a day earlier at his home in Los Angeles.

"On October 21, 2020, a female victim, whose identity is protected by confidentiality, reported being sexually assaulted by Guillod during an evening meeting," an LAPD statement said.

Guillod is the latest Hollywood mogul to be swept up in the #MeToo movement, which led to industry mogul Harvey Weinstein's 23-year jail sentence for rape and sexual assault in March.

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