Avi Selk, The Washington Post Published 9:49 am PDT, Saturday, October 6, 2018 Jim Bunner waved to the camera, cellphone in one hand, KTTC-TV branded microphone in the other, his receding hairline bared to the Minnesota morning chill. He could have been any other reporter standing outside the Rochester civic center on Thursday, awaiting President Donald Trump's rally. At least, so it seemed in that particular shot. "I've met people all the way from Mankato, from Iowa, from Eagle Lake, you name it," Bunner said in his NBC news station's Facebook Live feed. "They are excited for the fact the president of the United States is visiting Rochester. This is big! This 'yuge,' in the words of Donald Trump." The multimedia reporter might have been simply channeling the enthusiasm of the crowd - thousands of people lined all the way to the back of the civic center, most of them sporting "Make America Great Again" hats. But just outside the camera frame - visible for a split second … [Read more...] about A TV reporter wore a MAGA hat to a Trump rally. He was fired the next day.
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News / UK and world by Press Association October 4, 2018, 7:29 am FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter The Queen will wear a blue hat and Princess Eugenie will be dressed in Erdem and have her first child next year, if the bookmakers’ favourite odds for the royal wedding come true. Ladbrokes are predicting Erdem, a go-to choice for Eugenie in the past, will be the designer behind the princess’s bridal gown, with odds of 7/2. The Queen’s granddaughter has already revealed she has chosen a British-based designer. Suzannah, founded by Suzannah Crabb and known for creating outfits with vintage charm and a modern edge, is also seen as a possibility at 5/1. Other suggestions include Jenny Packham at 6/1, London-based duo Preen at 8/1, celebrity bridal favourite Suzanne Neville at 10/1, and Alice Temperley, loved by ethereal boho-brides, also at 10/1. Ralph & Russo, who made the gown for the Duchess of Sussex’s … [Read more...] about Bets are on for the Queen’s hat and Eugenie’s wedding dress designer
Updated 11:19 am PDT, Friday, September 28, 2018 FILE - In this March 29, 2018, file photo, the logo for Facebook appears on screens at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York's Times Square. Facebook says it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50 million user accounts. The hack is the latest setback for Facebook during a year of tumult for the global social media service. In a blog post , Friday, Sept. 28, the company says hackers exploited its "View As" feature, which lets people see what their profiles look like to someone else less FILE - In this March 29, 2018, file photo, the logo for Facebook appears on screens at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York's Times Square. Facebook says it recently discovered a security breach affecting nearly ... more Photo: Richard Drew, AP Photo: Richard Drew, AP Image 1 of / 1 … [Read more...] about The Latest: Facebook says security hack appeared broad
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by A conversation with Foster Friess, who was an early supporter of President Trump. He’s now one of six Republicans competing in a primary on Tuesday. ByJeremy W. Peters Aug. 21, 2018 Foster Friess, a wealthy investor and major funder of conservative candidates and causes, has been known to pick long shots. Sometimes he gets it right, as he did with Donald J. Trump in 2016, when most Republican donors were still sitting on their wallets. Other times it doesn’t end so well, as with Rick Santorum’s failed bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012. Long shot is how almost anyone would have described Mr. Friess’s foray into running for office: a campaign for governor of Wyoming, his adopted home But there is good reason to believe that Mr. Friess’s … [Read more...] about In Wyoming Governor’s Race, a Wealthy Conservative Donor Tries on a New Hat: Candidate
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Noah Weiland and Andy Parsons New York Times August 12, 2018 WASHINGTON — A year after the race-fueled violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, a small group of white nationalists marched through downtown Washington on Sunday on their way to a rally in front of the White House.It was over almost as soon as it began.The white supremacists were met along their march route and at the rally site by thousands of counterdemonstrators denouncing racism and white supremacy. The white nationalists, who numbered about two dozen, stayed in Lafayette Square, a park just north of the White House, for a short time and left before 6 p.m. Advertisement They had been scheduled to hold a two-hour rally in the square beginning at 5:30. A spokesman for the National Park Service confirmed that the white nationalists had ended their event by that time. Get Ground Game in … [Read more...] about ‘Unite the Right’ rally: low attendance and an early exit by white nationalists in D.C.