The Daily Populous

Sunday December 2nd, 2018 night edition

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Donald Trump was recorded off camera saying "get me out of here" to an aide at the end of the G20 summit in Argentina, as he walked off stage even as other world leaders gathered for a photo.

The US president was also scheduled to pose for the final photos, as the meeting in Buenos Aires came to an end after a whirlwind two days.

But footage shows Mr Trump shaking hands with Mauricio Macri, the Argentinean president, before rapidly walking off stage.

Mr Macri, who stretched out a hand after him, appeared confused by the US leader's behaviour and was left alone in front of the photographers.

An aide then rushed across the stage after Mr Trump who, off camera, can be heard saying "Get me out of here.".

Despite the president's wishes he did eventually return to the stage, to pose for group photos with the other world leaders.

He briefly wandered out of a press event with Benjamin Netanyahu in 2017, only to be ushered back by staff moments later. »

Study: Frequency of pornography viewing not linked to body image or relationship problems in women

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A new study suggests that pornography viewing frequency, perceptions of excessive use, and control difficulties are unrelated to body image or relationship problems among women.

For their study, the researchers surveyed 949 women regarding their pornography viewing habits, body image, and relationship satisfaction.

The researchers found no evidence that the frequency of viewing pornography was related to women’s body image satisfaction or relationship satisfaction by itself. »

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says All Americans Should Have the Affordable Healthcare she now gets as a Congresswoman

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Representative-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized the disparities in healthcare offered to regular citizens and lawmakers and advocated reforming the healthcare system.

"In my on-boarding to Congress, I get to pick my insurance plan," the incoming New York legislator tweeted on Saturday evening.

"As a waitress, I had to pay more than TWICE what I’d pay as a member of Congress. »