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Trevor Noah says Trump isn’t his dream guest anymore: ‘I know the game’

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Trevor Noah has decided he doesn’t want to interview President Trump anymore. Instead, he’d rather interview First Lady Melania Trump.

The 35-year-old host of “The Daily Show” appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Tuesday morning when Ellen asked him about interviewing the president.

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“I heard you say to someone that Trump would be a dream guest for you. How would you handle that?” Ellen asked.

“Actually, I changed my mind,” Noah replied. “It used to be Trump and then I was like, after watching his interviews over the last few years, I understand what was going to happen.”

Noah explained that he expects Trump would “tell me how well he’s doing” and “make an answer up” if he didn’t know how to respond to a question.

“If he doesn’t know what’s happening, he’ll say, ‘I’ll get back to you. Very big, very close. We’re going to do it so much,’” Noah said, impersonating Trump.

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“That’s what he does,” Noah continued in his own voice. “I know the game. So now, genuinely, I want to interview Melania Trump. She’s my new dream guest.”

He then explained he most wants to ask her about the first lady initiative.

“I want to know if her ‘Be Best’ anti-bullying campaign online is like a long-term dig at her husband,” Noah told Ellen. “I genuinely want to know that. It’s a very specific thing to come out and be like I’m coming for online bullying.”

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Sheriff: 2 Mississippi men arrested after videotaped beating

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A Mississippi sheriff says two men have been arrested in an assault captured on video and shared on social media.

Wayne County Sheriff Jody Ashley tells WDAM-TV that 32-year-old Landon McCaa and 28-year-old Tomas Sion Brown are charged with aggravated assault. The two Waynesboro men are jailed pending scheduled court appearances Wednesday to consider bail.

The video shows one man unexpectedly punching a second man outside a house early Saturday. After the initial punch, the attacker forces the victim to the ground and repeatedly punches him in the head.

Ashley says McCaa threw the punch shown on video. He says Brown attacked later but isn’t seen on video.

The sheriff says authorities are investigating the attack and who shot the video.

It wasn’t immediately clear if the men had lawyers.

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At least 6 hurt after driver plows intentionally into Philadelphia crowd, police say

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A man plowed his car into a group of people following an altercation in Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon, injuring six people, police say.

Investigators say the incident unfolded at around 3:45 p.m. in North Philadelphia. At least one of the victims was in critical condition, Fox 29 reported.

The 44-year-old driver, who has not been identified, suffered head and facial injuries and was taken to a local hospital, where he was charged with aggravated assault. Philadelphia Police Chief Inspector Scott Small told WPVI that the driver was pulled out of his car and attacked by passersby at the scene before he was taken away.

According to police, a 37-year-old man was in critical condition after suffering a head injury and body trauma. A 28-year-old man suffered a left arm injury and a 40-year-old woman suffered a left shoulder injury and both were in stable condition.

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A 42-year-old man suffered head injuries, a 17-year-old girl was injured in the left hip and leg and a 19-year-old girl suffered minor injuries. The conditions of those three were not immediately known.

Police were investigating what caused the initial altercation.

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FBI dropped requests for ‘necessary’ classified info during Clinton probe, and GOP asks why

FBI investigators looking into Hillary Clinton’s email use in 2016 sought access to “highly classified information” they said was “necessary” to complete their probe, but later withdrew the request and cleared Clinton of wrongdoing.  Now, the Justice Department (DOJ) has 10 days to explain itself, three top Republican Senate committee chairmen said Tuesday.

The renewed GOP push for answers comes a month after it emerged that the DOJ negotiated an agreement with Clinton’s legal team that ensured the FBI did not have access to emails on her private servers relating to the Clinton Foundation. Republicans, citing whistleblowers, have contended that the charitable organization may have been involved in pay-to-play schemes, misappropriation of funds and quid-pro-quo promises made to donors during Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

Meanwhile, sources confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday that as many as two dozen individuals may be implicated in House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes’ criminal referrals to the DOJ arising out of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s recently concluded Russia probe. The sources confirmed that the referrals related in part to the anti-Trump dossier compiled by British ex-spy Christopher Steele, and his work for the Clinton camp and the Democratic National Committee-funded firm Fusion GPS.

In a letter to the DOJ, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson demanded more information as to why the FBI’s Clinton email investigation, known as “Midyear Exam,” concluded without apparently accessing classified materials.

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Relying on the findings in an unclassified DOJ Inspector General (IG) report and a classified annex attached to the report, the senators noted that the FBI “acquired classified material that ‘may have included information potentially relevant to the Midyear investigation,’ and the bureau later “drafted a memorandum in May of 2016 stating that access to the information was ‘necessary to complete the investigation.'”

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., earlier this year in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

At that time, the GOP senators noted, then-FBI Director James Comey was drafting his public statement exonerating Clinton while noting she had mishandled classified information.

However, the memorandum seeking the classified information from the DOJ “was never completed,” the senators noted, and FBI witnesses claimed in interviews with the IG that the information would not have materially impacted their conclusions — despite the language in the memo.

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Grassley, then the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, requested an explanation for the apparent discrepancy in October 2018, but was denied.

In a Sept. 17, 2018, phone call, the DOJ “declined to brief the Judiciary Committee, asserting without any clear basis, that it would interfere with Special Counsel Mueller’s equities,” the senators said Tuesday. “Now that the special counsel’s investigation has concluded, we are unaware of any legitimate basis upon which the department can refuse to answer the Judiciary Committee’s inquiries.”

The senators concluded: “Accordingly, we are reissuing the attached classified letter regarding the important questions raised by the appendix and reiterating our request for a classified briefing on the subject.  Please respond to these questions no later than April 26, 2019.”

“That we had to sue for this basic information shows the FBI may have something more to hide.”

— Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton

Separately on Tuesday, the transparency group Judicial Watch charged that the FBI failed to respond to its October 2018 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking more information about secretive communications in late 2016 between a top Clinton campaign lawyer and the bureau’s then-general counsel.

Additionally, the group said, the FBI has ignored September 2018 FOIA requests concerning bureau communications with, and payments to, British ex-spy Christopher Steele — who authored the infamous anti-Trump dossier.

In response, Judicial Watch announced Tuesday it has filed lawsuits seeking the full release of all relevant documents. The flurry of litigation comes just days before Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report is set to be publicly released, with some redactions.

The Mueller report’s Thursday release is expected to shed more light on the Russia investigation’s conclusions that the Trump campaign did not improperly collude with Russia, despite multiple attempts by Russian-affiliated individuals to involve the Trump team in computer hacking.

The ongoing litigation and document requests could provide more information on the beginnings of the Russia investigation, which Republicans have charged was tainted with visible anti-Trump bias from the start.

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“How and why did the FBI pay Christopher Steele, who was already being funded by the Clinton campaign and DNC through Fusion GPS?” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton asked in announcing the lawsuits. “That we had to sue for this basic information shows the FBI may have something more to hide.”

The separate suit to obtain the Clinton-related communications, Fitton said, aims to “fully expose the scandalous collusion between the Obama FBI and the Clinton-DNC political operation to target Hillary Clinton’s political opponent, Donald J. Trump.”

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.

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Kristin Cavallari reacts to fans’ responses on Jay Cutler unclogging her milk ducts: ‘You cannot judge’

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Kristin Cavallari is weighing in on the viral response surrounding a recent clip of her reality show, “Very Cavallari,” in which she reveals husband Jay Cutler helped her unclog her milk ducts.

“I knew that it was gonna be a little controversial,” the mom of three explained to E! News on Tuesday, adding that she “didn’t know that it would be as big as it has become.”

In a teaser for the second season of her E! series last week, Cavallari is seen telling her friends at a dinner party that she once had “major clogged ducts” and the former Chicago Bears quarterback “had to get them out for me.”

KRISTIN CAVALLARI SAYS JAY CUTLER UNCLOGGED HER MILK DUCTS IN TMI CLIP

“Sucking harder than he’s ever sucked,” she explains to her very shocked pals. “And you know what? Saved my life,” the “Hills” alum added in an interview confessional.

Now, the Uncommon James mogul has a message for anyone who might be passing judgment.

“Listen, unless you have breastfed and you’ve had clogged ducts, you cannot judge!” she told the outlet. “That’s all I’m gonna say.”

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According to Verywell Family, plugged milk ducts “are a common breastfeeding problem” that “block and prevent the flow of breast milk.”

Cavallari and Cutler — who tied the knot in June 2013 — share sons Jaxon Wyatt, 4, and Camden Jack, 6, as well as daughter Saylor James, 3.

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FBI dropped requests for classified info during Clinton probe, and GOP asks why

FBI investigators looking into Hillary Clinton’s email use in 2016 sought access to “highly classified information” they said was “necessary” to complete their probe, but later withdrew the request and cleared Clinton of wrongdoing.  Now, the Justice Department (DOJ) has 10 days to explain itself, three top Republican Senate committee chairmen said Tuesday.

The renewed GOP push for answers comes a month after it emerged that the DOJ negotiated an agreement with Clinton’s legal team that ensured the FBI did not have access to emails on her private servers relating to the Clinton Foundation. Republicans, citing whistleblowers, have contended that the charitable organization may have been involved in pay-to-play schemes, misappropriation of funds and quid-pro-quo promises made to donors during Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state.

Meanwhile, sources confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday that as many as two dozen individuals may be implicated in House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes’ criminal referrals to the DOJ arising out of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s recently concluded Russia probe. The sources confirmed that the referrals related in part to the anti-Trump dossier compiled by British ex-spy Christopher Steele, and his work for the Clinton camp and the Democratic National Committee-funded firm Fusion GPS.

In a letter to the DOJ, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson demanded more information as to why the FBI’s Clinton email investigation, known as “Midyear Exam,” concluded without apparently accessing classified materials.

DOJ IG BLAMES SYSTEM-WIDE SOFTWARE GLITCH FOR MISSING FBI TEXT MESSAGES — STRZOK’S MUELLER PHONE TOTALLY WIPED

Relying on the findings in an unclassified DOJ Inspector General (IG) report and a classified annex attached to the report, the senators noted that the FBI “acquired classified material that ‘may have included information potentially relevant to the Midyear investigation,’ and the bureau later “drafted a memorandum in May of 2016 stating that access to the information was ‘necessary to complete the investigation.'”

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., earlier this year in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

At that time, the GOP senators noted, then-FBI Director James Comey was drafting his public statement exonerating Clinton while noting she had mishandled classified information.

However, the memorandum seeking the classified information from the DOJ “was never completed,” the senators noted, and FBI witnesses claimed in interviews with the IG that the information would not have materially impacted their conclusions — despite the language in the memo.

FBI WON’T EXPLAIN SECRETIVE COMMS BETWEEN CLINTON LAWYER AND BUREAU’S THEN-GENERAL COUNSEL, JUDICIAL WATCH SAYS

Grassley, then the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, requested an explanation for the apparent discrepancy in October 2018, but was denied.

In a Sept. 17, 2018, phone call, the DOJ “declined to brief the Judiciary Committee, asserting without any clear basis, that it would interfere with Special Counsel Mueller’s equities,” the senators said Tuesday. “Now that the special counsel’s investigation has concluded, we are unaware of any legitimate basis upon which the department can refuse to answer the Judiciary Committee’s inquiries.”

The senators concluded: “Accordingly, we are reissuing the attached classified letter regarding the important questions raised by the appendix and reiterating our request for a classified briefing on the subject.  Please respond to these questions no later than April 26, 2019.”

“That we had to sue for this basic information shows the FBI may have something more to hide.”

— Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton

Separately on Tuesday, the transparency group Judicial Watch charged that the FBI failed to respond to its October 2018 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking more information about secretive communications in late 2016 between a top Clinton campaign lawyer and the bureau’s then-general counsel.

Additionally, the group said, the FBI has ignored September 2018 FOIA requests concerning bureau communications with, and payments to, British ex-spy Christopher Steele — who authored the infamous anti-Trump dossier.

In response, Judicial Watch announced Tuesday it has filed lawsuits seeking the full release of all relevant documents. The flurry of litigation comes just days before Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report is set to be publicly released, with some redactions.

The Mueller report’s Thursday release is expected to shed more light on the Russia investigation’s conclusions that the Trump campaign did not improperly collude with Russia, despite multiple attempts by Russian-affiliated individuals to involve the Trump team in computer hacking.

The ongoing litigation and document requests could provide more information on the beginnings of the Russia investigation, which Republicans have charged was tainted with visible anti-Trump bias from the start.

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“How and why did the FBI pay Christopher Steele, who was already being funded by the Clinton campaign and DNC through Fusion GPS?” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton asked in announcing the lawsuits. “That we had to sue for this basic information shows the FBI may have something more to hide.”

The separate suit to obtain the Clinton-related communications, Fitton said, aims to “fully expose the scandalous collusion between the Obama FBI and the Clinton-DNC political operation to target Hillary Clinton’s political opponent, Donald J. Trump.”

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.

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Saudi Arabia names its first female ambassador to US

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Saudi Arabia named Princess Reema Bint Bandar Bin Sultan its new ambassador to the United States on Tuesday, making her the first woman to hold the title.

She was sworn in by King Salman Al Saud in Al Yamamah palace — a historic moment for a country known to oppress women’s rights.

“As the first-ever woman ambassador from the Kingdom, I recognize this as a historic moment in the Saudi-U.S. relationship, and a manifestation of the sweeping reforms taking place in the Kingdom,” the newly minted official said, according to a press release from the Saudi Embassy in Washington.

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H.R.H. Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud, Vice-President for Development and Planning, Saudi Arabian General Sports Authority, Saudi Arabia during the Session “Building Saudi Arabia’s Future Economy ” at the Annual Meeting 2018 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, January 25, 2018. (World Economic Forum / Boris Baldinger)

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“As we continue to redefine and modernize Saudi Arabia, I am eager to share this progress with Saudi citizens in the United States, and the American public.”

The new ambassador previously served as vice president for development and planning at the Saudi Arabian General Sports Authority; before joining the Saudi government, she was CEO of Alpha International, a leading retail corporation based in Saudi Arabia, for several years.

“Though the task is challenging, I am eager to continue to build and strengthen our strategic partnership with the United States,” she said of her new role.

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Saudi Arabia claims it has been working hard to reform the country and is pushing to promote itself as tolerant. The government recently lifted a ban on women driving and allowed them into sports arenas.

However, recent reports of an American teacher who lived in Saudi Arabia with her now-former husband and is being held captive because of the country’s draconian guardianship laws, undermine these advances.

Fox News’ Barnini Chakraborty contributed to this report.

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Voting underway in Indonesia presidential elections

Voting is underway in Indonesia’s presidential and legislative elections after a campaign that that pitted the moderate incumbent against an ultra-nationalist former general.

Polling booths opened at 7 a.m. Wednesday in easternmost provinces and voting begins in the capital Jakarta two hours later. Indonesia has three time zones.

About 193 million people are eligible to vote in polls that will decide who leads the world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation.

Voting ends at 1 p.m. and so called “quick count” results are expected after about two hours.

The presidential race is a choice between five more years of the steady progress achieved under Indonesia’s first president from outside the Jakarta elite, Joko Widodo, or electing Prabowo Subianto, a former general from the era of the Suharto military dictatorship.

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‘Largest pill seizure in New Jersey’s history’ made by authorities, DA’s office announces

Authorities in New York on Tuesday announced charges against three individuals accused of using the dark web to sell fake Xanax, among other substances, and laundering millions of dollars in cryptocurrency.

Law enforcement started looking into the alleged crime following reported “suspicious activity” taking place at ATMs in New York and New Jersey, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance said in a news release.

The investigation led to the indictment of Chester Anderson, 44, Jarrette Codd, 41, and Ronald Maccarty, 51, in connection to the operation of “storefronts on the dark web that sold and shipped hundreds of thousands of counterfeit Xanax tablets and other controlled substances to buyers in 43 states, and laundering $2.3 million in cryptocurrency by using preloaded debit cards and withdrawing cash at ATMs in Manhattan and New Jersey,” according to the DA’s office.

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Law enforcement started looking into the alleged crime following reported “suspicious activity” at ATMs in New York and New Jersey, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance said in a news release. (Manhattan District Attorney’s Office)

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Authorities carried out undercover purchases during the investigation and the case yielded a record pill-seizure in New Jersey after the suspects’ properties and vehicles were searched, the news release said.

Included in the seizure were alprazolam tablets, fentanyl-laced heroin, meth, ketamine and gamma-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), among other items, officials said.

“When our office received reports of suspicious activity at ATMs in New York and New Jersey, our talented investigators followed the money, using our state-of-the-art Cyber Lab to uncover a dark web counterfeit pill seller whose $2.3 million operation spanned the U.S.,” Vance said. “Not only is this the first time state prosecutors in New York have taken down a dark web storefront, this takedown represents the largest pill seizure in New Jersey’s history.”

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All three suspects were charged in a New York court with conspiracy and money laundering, the news release said. Anderson was also charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance and identity theft, officials said.

“The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office is handling the prosecution of the items seized in New Jersey,” according to the news release.

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Qatari academic seen in shocking video explaining how Muslim men should beat their wives

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A leading academic and cleric from World Cup host country Qatar has filmed a shocking guide on how Muslim men should beat their wives.

The vile video features Abd Al-Aziz Al-Khazraj demonstrating how to “punish” a woman in accordance with Islamic law.

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The man used a school-age boy as part of his demonstration. (MEMRI)

In a further sick move, the sociologist used a school-age boy called Nayef to show how to deliver beatings “out of love” –  so a woman can feel a “man’s strength.”

And he disgustingly said that some women enjoyed being married to “violent and powerful husbands.”

Click to read more from The Sun.

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