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Fox News clip abruptly cuts off Trump’s UN speech just before world leaders start laughing at him

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A video clip of President Donald Trump’s United Nations speech posted on Fox News’ Twitter account abruptly cuts him off just before other world leaders burst into laughter.

Fox’s Twitter account on Tuesday posted an 11-second clip of the president in which he says, “In less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”

It’s at this point in the speech that audible laughter would start to be heard — had Fox not ended the clip right there.

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In the full video, Trump acknowledges that others in the room are laughing at his own boasting about his accomplishments by saying, “Didn’t expect that reaction but that’s OK,” before continuing to talk.

Watch the entire scene for yourself below.

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‘Frenetic, incompetent, sloppy’ Trump transition team was a ‘disaster’ trying to set up government: report

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Sunday, Axios' revealed on their HBO show that they had obtained leaked documents that showed all of the research President Donald Trump's transitioned did on possible appointees and the individuals who became cabinet officials. What was uncovered, however, is what the researches were afraid of and prioritized the most when considering the appointees.

Axios reporter Jonathan Swan called the documents one of the most significant leaks that the site had ever received.

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Trump transition team feared Kris Kobach had ties to white supremacy: report

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During Axios' Sunday show that airs on HBO, it was revealed that the site had acquired all of the documents and research used to determine who the incoming administration should pick to help lead departments. What was uncovered, however, is what the researches were afraid of and prioritized the most when considering the appointees.

Axios reporter Jonathan Swan called the documents one of the most significant leaks that the site had ever received.

What the transition team did is put together documents on each of the possible nominees and hires that outlined the downside to each person. The vetting gave details about vulnerabilities that could be red flags for the appointees.

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Social network for knitting banned Trump talk and white supremacists — making other sites look cowardly

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Ravelry is a place for knitters, crocheters, designers, spinners, weavers and dyers, the website says. It is, however, no longer a place where commentary about President Donald Trump is welcome. While other websites struggle to navigate fake accounts, Russian bots and troll accounts, Ravelry simply drew a line.

"We are banning support of Donald Trump and his administration on Ravelry," the social media site posted Sunday.

"This includes support in the form of forum posts, projects, patterns, profiles, and all other content," the post continued. "Note that your project data will never be deleted. We will never delete your Ravelry project data for any reason and if a project needs to be removed from the site, we will make sure that you have access to your data. If you are permanently banned from Ravelry, you will still be able to access any patterns that you purchased. Also, we will make sure that you receive a copy of your data."

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