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No president is immune from scandal, President Biden included, Trevor Noah said on Monday Daily Show. But maybe not all scandals are created equal. “Over the weekend, Biden took a short break from his day to day presidenting to catch the Super Bowl from his home in Delaware and if you aren immediately outraged about that, well, you obviously haven been watching the last 48 hours of conservative news media,” Noah said.
Later Cramp notes the long hours that go into community centric research. “It would be a lot easier to fly in, do some research, and make it seem like I made a big difference,” she says. But in those cases “you leave with success and come back and nothing’s changed.” Instead she’s made getting local buy in the backbone of her efforts and that’s why she’s trying to inspire young Cook Islanders to pursue marine biology..
Our guide through the hour long session was the team’s operations officer, Maj. Constantine Tzavaras or “Chachi.” He flies Thunderbird No. 7, a spare for the air shows (in 46 years, a T Birds show has never been cancelled because of a mechanical problem).
Come see why. We, human, sit for hours, run, climb, and can perform other so many movements. No doubt, our body is flexible. All President Trump did was call for a peaceful assembly and protest for a fair and audited election,” said Darin Smith, a Cheyenne, Wyoming, attorney who lost to Cheney in the Republican primary for the House seat in 2016. “The Republican Party needs to put her on notice.” Cheney has said repeatedly she voted her conscience in backing impeachment for the riot, which followed a rally where Trump encouraged supporters to get rid of lawmakers who “aren’t any good, the Liz Cheneys of the world.” Far from leading a peaceful demonstration, Trump “summoned this mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack,” Cheney said in a statement before the Jan. 13 impeachment vote.