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Chrissy Teigen absolutely obliterates Trump after he calls her John Legend’s ‘filthy mouthed wife’

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President Donald Trump lashed out at Chrissy Teigen and John Legend after the couple appeared on an MSNBC town hall on criminal justice — and thousands of other social media users hurled mockery at him.

The president was apparently angered that Teigen and Legend, as well as host Lester Holt, failed to credit him with signing what’s known as the First Step Act, and he attacked the two men by name but failed to tag Teigen — a Twitter celebrity with 11.5 million followers.

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Teigen mocked Trump as a “pussy ass bitch president” for keeping her Twitter handle out of the attack, and other Twitter users piled on.


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MSNBC contributor roughed up and arrested by DC police at the network’s climate forum: report

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MSNBC pundit Kurt Bardella was arrested on Thursday at the network's Climate Forum at Georgetown University.

"Well-known political strategist and pundit Kurt Bardella was arrested ... after getting into an altercation with a Georgetown University police officer who tried to bar him from entering a forum featuring 2020 presidential candidates," The Daily Beast reported Thursday. "The Metropolitan Police Department confirmed to The Daily Beast that the Republican operative-turned-Democratic pundit was arrested early Thursday morning after getting into a brief physical dispute with a campus police officer in a stairwell at Georgetown University."

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Trump promise involved Ukraine — and Rudy Guiliani is also implicated: Washington Post

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More information about the whistleblower scandal was revealed Thursday evening in a new bombshell report in The Washington Post.

"A whistleblower complaint about President Trump made by an intelligence official centers on Ukraine, according to two people familiar with the matter, which has set off a struggle between Congress and the executive branch," the newspaper reported. "The complaint involved communications with a foreign leader and a “promise” that Trump made, which was so alarming that a U.S. intelligence official who had worked at the White House went to the inspector general of the intelligence community, two former U.S. officials said."

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North America lost 3 billion birds since 1970: report

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The number of birds in the United States and Canada has fallen by an astonishing 29 percent, or almost three billion, since 1970, scientists reported Thursday, saying their findings signaled a widespread ecological crisis.

Grassland birds are the most affected, because of the disappearance of meadows and prairies and the extension of farmland, as well as the growing use of pesticides that kill insects that affects the entire food chain.

But forest birds and species that occur in a wider variety of habitats -- known as habitat generalists -- are also part of the downward trend.

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