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Tuesday April 7th, 2020 night edition

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Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly made an unhinged speech to the crew members of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, in which he lashed out at former Capt.

CNN reporters Barbara Starr, Ryan Browne, and Evan Perez confirmed with Navy officials on Monday that Modly’s comments were accurate.

"Crew of the Teddy Roosevelt, you are under no obligation to love your leadership, only respect it," he continued.

The acting navy secretary took aim at the Theodore Roosevelt’s crew, telling them their only concern right now should be how they can help each other during the crisis.

But in his speech to the Theodore Roosevelt’s crew, Modly accused Crozier of believing the media was part of his chain of command.

You can listen to a portion of Modly's speech below, which was provided to Task & Purpose on Monday:.

NOW: ‘He’s definitely a hated man right now’ — USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors react to Navy Secretary blasting their former captain. »

Coronavirus: Pastor who decried 'hysteria' dies after attending Mardi Gras

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Pastor Landon Spradlin wasn't worried about coronavirus when he went to New Orleans to preach during Mardi Gras.

A little over a month ago, Pastor Spradlin, who was 66, drove with his wife Jean the 900 miles (1500 km) from their home in Virginia to Louisiana for Mardi Gras.

Image copyright Courtesy of family Image caption Pastor Spradlin (middle) and Jean on the keyboard during Mardi Gras. »

Hydroxychloroquine Maker Paid Michael Cohen for Trump Access

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Major Producer of Hydroxychloroquine Once Paid Michael Cohen Hefty Sum for Access to Trump.

It just so happens that one of the largest manufacturers of the drug, Novartis, previously paid Trump’s now-incarcerated former personal attorney Michael Cohen more than $1 million for healthcare policy insight following Trump’s election in 2016.

The Swiss drug maker signed a contract that paid Cohen’s newly formed limited-liability corporation Essential Consultants $100,000 per month in February of 2017. »

12 Outrageous Facts About The Producers

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When Mel Brooks was 16 years old, he worked for a cash-strapped theatrical producer who’d raise funds by sleeping with his investors—most of whom were elderly women.

In Manhattan, Brooks also knew a pair of showmen who had more or less failed their way into prosperity.

“I wrote [a reply to] every single letter I got, explaining ‘You can’t get on a soap box with Hitler. »