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Monday December 23rd, 2019 day edition

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President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump rails against windmills: 'I never understood wind' Trump faces pivotal year with Russia on arms control Bolton says he doesn't think Trump admin 'really means it' on stopping North Korea nukes MORE lashed out again at wind farms on Saturday, claiming that the production of wind turbines causes a large carbon footprint.

During a speech to the conservative student group Turning Point USA, Trump told attendees that he "never understood" the allure of wind power plants, according to a report from Mediaite.

“I never understood wind,” Trump said, according to Mediaite.

“I know windmills very much, I have studied it better than anybody.

Trump also claimed during his speech that wind power plants are responsible for killing birds, including bald eagles.

“After a certain number, they make you turn the windmill off, that is true.

But why is it OK for windmills to destroy the bird population?”. »

It Seemed Like a Popular Chat App. It’s Secretly a Spy Tool.

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Calls to a phone number for Breej Holding rang unanswered, and Pax employees did not respond to emails and messages.

When The Times initially contacted Apple and Google representatives with questions about ToTok’s connection to the Emirati government, they said they would investigate.

Apple removed ToTok from its App Store on Friday and was still researching the app, a spokesman said. »

Tulsi Gabbard's cowardly impeachment vote was the ultimate betrayal — and not just to Democrats

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Democrats have pointed out that the lawlessness promoted by the president and his cohorts is antithetical to the values held dear in a democracy.

In a series of eccentric TV appearances he has claimed that the US state department asked him to get involved.

The only reasonable thing one can take away from Tulsi Gabbard’s vote is that she was too scared to choose a side. »

Can Social Anxiety Lead You to Misread Facial Cues?

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These individuals have and anxiety about any situation in which there’s the potential that they will be negatively evaluated.

They enter into ordinary interpersonal situations on edge, and will be primed to interpret ambiguous situations in a way that confirms their negative expectations.

What role, posed the Israel authors, might facial cues have in providing information through their own “crucial channel” of ?. »

Eddie Murphy’s Return Delivers Big Ratings For ‘Saturday Night Live’

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A return 35 years in the making gave Saturday Night Live its biggest ratings in two and a half years.

It’s also the highest-rated comedy telecast on any network since the series finale of CBS’ Big Bang Theory on May 16 (3.2).

Last night’s SNL with Murphy eclipsed the return of another popular Saturday Night Live, Will Ferrell, whose hosting had delivered the show’s biggest ratings so far this season. »