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‘Love Island’ host Caroline Flack charged with assault by beating: reports

Caroline Flack, host of the popular British reality show “Love Island,” has been charged with assault in London.

Flack, 40, was hit with the charge on Friday, following an altercation around 5:30 a.m. on Thursday where police responded to reports of a man who was assaulted, according to the BBC.

The incident occurred at Flack’s home with her boyfriend, tennis player Lewis Burton, the outlet reported.

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Television presenter Caroline Flack arrives for the BRIT music awards at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson told the British outlet they were called “on 12 December to a residential address in Islington,” where they “treated two people at the scene and took one person to the hospital.”

When reached by People magazine for comment, a spokesperson for the television star confirmed the arrest to the outlet.

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“We confirm that police attended Caroline’s home following a private domestic incident. She is co-operating with the appropriate people to resolve matters. We will not be making any further comment for legal reasons.”

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The TV presenter, who has also hosted “The X Factor” and “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! NOW!” is currently on bail and is scheduled to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Dec. 23, the BBC reported.

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A rep for Flack did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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‘Love Island’ host Caroline Flack charged with assault by beating: reports

Caroline Flack, host of the popular British reality show “Love Island,” has been charged with assault in London.

Flack, 40, was hit with the charge on Friday, following an altercation around 5:30 a.m. on Thursday where police responded to reports of a man who was assaulted, according to the BBC.

The incident occurred at Flack’s home with her boyfriend, tennis player Lewis Burton, the outlet reported.

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Television presenter Caroline Flack arrives for the BRIT music awards at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London, February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson told the British outlet they were called “on 12 December to a residential address in Islington,” where they “treated two people at the scene and took one person to the hospital.”

When reached by People magazine for comment, a spokesperson for the television star confirmed the arrest to the outlet.

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“We confirm that police attended Caroline’s home following a private domestic incident. She is co-operating with the appropriate people to resolve matters. We will not be making any further comment for legal reasons.”

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The TV presenter, who has also hosted “The X Factor” and “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! NOW!” is currently on bail and is scheduled to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on Dec. 23, the BBC reported.

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A rep for Flack did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

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Hubble captures amazing photos of Comet Borisov speeding past our sun

NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured the comet 21/Borisov zooming through our solar system at a breakneck speed of 175,000 kilometers per hour.

The spectacular newly released images were taken from a distance of just under 300 million kilometers, officials said.

“Hubble gives us the best measure of the size of comet Borisov’s nucleus, which is the really important part of the comet,” said David Jewitt, a professor of planetary science and astronomy at the University of California Los Angeles, in a statement.

The first image shows the comet in front of a distant spiral galaxy; the galaxy’s bright core is smeared in the image because Hubble was tracking the comet.

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Comet 2I/Borisov and Distant Galaxy in November 2019 ((NASA, ESA, and D. Jewitt (UCLA)))

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“Surprisingly, our Hubble images show that its nucleus is more than 15 times smaller than earlier investigations suggested it might be. The radius is smaller than half a kilometer. This is important because knowing the size helps us to determine the total number, and mass, of such objects in the solar system, and in the Milky Way. Borisov is the first known interstellar comet, and we would like to know how many others there are.”

According to scientists, 2I/Borisov may represent only the beginning of a series of discoveries of interstellar objects that visit our solar system.

It’s possible that there are thousands of such interstellar objects here at any given time; however, most of them are too faint to be detected with present-day telescopes.

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Sally Field arrested while protesting climate change with Jane Fonda: report

Sally Field hopped on Jane Fonda‘s climate change train on Friday and got arrested in the process, according to a new report.

Field, 73, was the latest Hollywood star to join Fonda, 81, for her “Fire Drill Friday” initiative, which involves weekly protests for climate change in Washington, D.C, TMZ reported.

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Sally Field was arrested on Dec. 13 after protesting with fellow actress Jane Fonda for climate change. (Getty)

The actress stood underneath an umbrella in the rain as she spoke to a crowd of people outside of the U.S. Capitol.

“I come with my heart and my voice. I am a mother. I am a grandmother. The time is now!” she boldly told the crowd in a video shared by TMZ.

Field continued: “We cannot sit back in our comfort zones on our couches, and wonder, ‘What can we do?’ We can get out. We can do something in the rain, whatever it takes. I’ve been learning. I have been trying to learn. I, like everyone else, feel this is such a big problem. How can we ever accomplish anything? But we can!”

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In this Friday, Oct. 25, 2019, actress and activist Jane Fonda is arrested at the Capitol for blocking the street after she and other demonstrators called on Congress for action to address climate change. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

The actress made mention of the 1979 film she starred in titled “Norma Rae.” Field’s role as Norma Rae was based on textile mill worker Crystal Lee Sutton, whom she described to the crowd as a “fighter” and a “real hero.”

“People can transition to a better job, a greener job in a workplace that can support them and their families in more than a living wage,” Field also told the audience outside the Capitol.

A few minutes later, Field was caught on video leaving the scene with an officer and throwing her bound hands in the air.

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Fonda has been arrested multiple times since she began shining a light on climate change. President Trump recently mocked the actress’ efforts, claiming “nothing changes.”

Last month, Fonda opened up about spending the night in jail in a lengthy interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

“The most disturbing part of it was seeing the people in jail and realizing that this country doesn’t choose to put enough resources into social safety nets and mental health services because so many of the people are there because of poverty and racism and mental health issues,” Fonda said. “It’s the new Jim Crow.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Meghan Markle’s old Christmas-hosting advice resurfaces online

Long before she was the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle was a confident “hostess with the mostest,” as evidenced by some savvy Christmastime entertaining advice from an old interview that recently resurfaced.

In 2015, the former “Suits” star gave an interview to Grazia magazine, during which she shared her go-to tips for a festive yuletide celebration with friends.

For starters, the now-royal confessed that she played by her own decorating rules, from hanging natural garland in unusual places to setting an all-white tablescape.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive to attend the traditional Christmas Day service, at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, England on Dec. 25, 2017. (AP)

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“Traditionally garland or magnolia branches are used to adorn a stairwell banister or mantle. Take this concept and trim the outline of a mirror or beautiful piece of artwork that is centrally located in your entry hallway or living room,” Markle suggested, per Insider.

As for the dinner table, the then-blogger – whose advice could be found at her site, “The Tig” – adored a clean, “crisp” setting.

“When creating a tablescape, keep it simple and crisp with an all-white tablecloth, runner and napkins,” Markle advised. “Accent with gilded plates and napkin rings and use a stylish set of cutlery. All-white flowers placed in the low vases are the perfect centerpiece.”

And for an instant touch of “formality,” she recommended using silver-toned trays and platters for serving.

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The now-former “Suits” star spoke with Grazia magazine in 2015 and shared her go-to tips for a festive yuletide celebration with friends. (iStock)

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For favorite fare, Markle shared recipes for a spiced holiday cocktail with almond milk and bourbon, and maple glazed potato wedges that were always a “crowd favorite.”

When wrapping up the finishing touches, the actress reportedly emphasized the fun of establishing your own traditions.

“Holidays with your friends allows you to break the family traditions and avoid Aunt Julie’s fruit cake! Have each of your friends bring a dish or cook together in the kitchen,” she said, according to Grazia. “If you do not have a proper set-up, use your dining room table or kitchen counter as a buffet.”

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Though it remains to be determined whether or not the Sussex family will spend Christmas at Sandringham with the rest of the royal clan, it’s a safe bet that Duchess Meghan may whip out some of her old tricks this holiday season. Here’s hoping everyone likes maple-glazed potato wedges.

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Longtime NFL quarterback says it’s unlikely Tom Brady will return next season: ‘Your family is most important’

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Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback and ESPN analyst Matt Hasselbeck is betting against New England Patriots Tom Brady, saying on Friday that this could be his final season.

Hasselbeck, who rose to fame in the early 2000s after leading the Seahawks to six playoffs and one Super Bowl appearance, told the New York Post in an interview that he can’t see the four-time MVP returning to the league after his contract ends this season.

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“I don’t,” Hasselbeck said when asked if Brady will return to the Patriots.

“I have a wild projection based on no facts. But I know this firsthand: People look at players and all they consider in the decision is Xs and Os and football. I can tell you from experience that those things are important, but they are not most important in your priorities. Your family is most important: wife, kids, health.”

Speculation around Brady’s future grew late this season after it was reported that he and wife Gisele Bundchen placed their $39.5 million Brookline mansion on the market. Those rumors heated up this week after Brady announced he was stepping down as honorary co-chair of a local charity.

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Brady, 42, also said earlier this month that he knows his wife and mother would like to see him retire soon for the sake of his health.

The six-time Super Bowl Champion has said all season long that he wants to play until 45, but his trainer said last month that he’s even considering playing as many as five more years.

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Ari Fleischer on House Dems’ impeachment push: ‘They shot a bullet they can’t take back’

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Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer said on Friday that while President Trump’s July phone call with the Ukrainian president was “inappropriate,” the resulting impeachment push was unwarranted.

“This keeps happening. Whether it moves forward or not, this is what is so troubling and why I said from the start, the president’s phone call was inappropriate, it was wrong, but impeachment has never been the right answer and the Democrats now have shot a bullet they can’t take back,” Fleischer told, “Outnumbered.”

“What are they gonna do if the president does something really bad? Are they going to try to do this twice? That’s the problem,” Fleischer said, arguing this has become a “waste of time.”

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Fleischer weighed in on the House Judiciary Committee voting Friday to adopt two articles of impeachment against Trump – capping a contentious three-day session that Republicans panned as a “kangaroo court” and teeing up a historic floor vote right before the holiday break.

The committee adopted both articles, alleging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, on a party-line vote of 23-17. A final roll call in the full House is expected next week, which could trigger a Senate trial in the new year just as presidential primaries are set to get underway.

Republicans have repeatedly and loudly objected to the impeachment inquiry, which focuses on Trump’s July 25 conversation with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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Democrats have alleged that the conversation was part of a quid pro quo in which Ukraine would conduct investigations into Trump’s political rivals in exchange for then-withheld military aid and a White House meeting.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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New Jersey officer who ran into gunfire to save colleague is a hero: Tomi Lahren

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Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren issued strong praise for law enforcement after new video emerged of a female New Jersey police officer who left her position of cover to save a wounded colleague during Tuesday’s deadly shooting in Jersey City.

“She, against human nature, rushed into danger, into gunfire, into harm’s way all to assist her brother in blue,” said Lahren, “and without a second thought she stepped up and did her job like a true professional.”

Sgt. Marjorie Jordan was among the officers responding to the hours-long gunbattle that began at the Bay View Cemetery and made its way to the Jewish JC Kosher Supermarket. After one of the suspects – now identified as David N. Anderson, 47, and Francine Graham, 50 – shot a fellow officer in the shoulder, Jordan charged into the gunfire and helped the officer get to safety.

Lahren said she was dedicating the Fox Nation episode to law enforcement across the country, and the daily sacrifices they make to protect their communities. She hailed Jordan as a hero and applauded her bravery in Friday’s episode of Fox Nation’s “Final Thoughts.”

“She helped him to his feet all while gunfire continued around them, and got him to safety. That is what a true hero looks like and she was one of the many who sprang into action in Jersey City Tuesday night,” she said.

“She, like tens of thousands of police officers across the country, was willing to risk it all for the people they swore to protect.”

Lahren also paid tribute to Joseph Seals, a 39-year-old police detective who was among the six people killed during Tuesday’s mayhem.

Seals, a 15-year veteran of the force and father of five, was part of the department’s team trying to get guns off Jersey City’s streets. He was on duty and in plainclothes when he was fatally shot twice, in the head and upper arm. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

“Seals, like all of our law enforcement and first responders from coast to coast and everywhere in between, put his life on the line for his community and paid the ultimate sacrifice,” Lahren said in an earlier episode.

She also stressed the importance of “highlighting officers” like Seals and Jordan, to combat “many members of the media” who “gloss over acts of good in favor of stories that ridicule” law enforcement.

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“The tragedy in Jersey City this week shone a light on several officers and first responders, just like Sergeant Jordan,” Lahren said, “and for a few days, the media might briefly discuss those officers and those actions. And then when the dust settles, many members of the media and public will go back to demonizing officers or at the very least, glossing over their many daily acts of good in favor of stories that ridicule them.”

“That’s why it’s up to us to highlight officers like Sergeant Jordan, not just after national tragedy, but every day. A little appreciation goes a long way as they battle unfair media coverage, protests in the streets and felon friendly laws that tie their hands and prevent them from doing their jobs,” she added.

“We need to make it a priority to let our officers know how much we love and respect them.”

— Tomi Lahren, Fox Nation

“We need to make it a priority to let our officers know how much we love and respect them.”

Senior law enforcement officials briefed on the investigation have announced that the Jewish market was targeted, after investigators found anti-Semitic and anti-police postings published by one of the suspects online. Officials identified the bystanders killed at the market as Mindy Ferencz, 31; Miguel Douglas, 49; and Moshe Deutsch, 24.

To see Lahren’s full remarks and for more episodes of Tomi Lahren’s daily commentary offering a refreshing and unfiltered perspective on issues across the country, join Fox Nation and watch “Final Thoughts”  today.

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‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Vanna White shares update on Alex Trebek’s health

Temporary “Wheel of Fortune” host, Vanna White, shared a promising update on fellow game show host Alex Trebek amid his ongoing battle with pancreatic cancer.

White spoke with Us Weekly on Tuesday where she explained that she’s spoken with the “Jeopardy!” host since he started another round of chemotherapy and claims he’s in good spirits as he continues to fight.

“He’s doing good. He really is,” the 62-year-old shared. “He looks good. I talked to him recently and he’s got a very positive attitude.”

The star took a moment to remark on Trebek’s transparency with fans on his cancer battle since revealing his stage 4 diagnosis to the public in March.

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“I love that he’s honest and open with his fans, because he’s been doing the show for a very long time also and feels very connected to all of his fans and viewers,” she said. “He is definitely keeping everybody updated on how he’s doing, and I am so proud of him. He’s still working, he’s obviously doing chemotherapy but working through it, and has that strong will to, as we say, the show must go on.”

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Vanna White gave an update on Alex Trebek’s health. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

The update from White is optimistic given Trebek’s previous comments that chemotherapy may force him to retire from hosting “Jeopardy!” which he’s done since 1984.

Trebek spoke with CTV News in October when he revealed that his chemotherapy treatment is causing sores in his mouth that are making it difficult for him to enunciate his speech.

“I’m sure there are observant members of the television audience that notice also, but they’re forgiving,” Trebek said. “But there will come a point when they (fans and producers) will no longer be able to say, ‘It’s OK.'”

ALEX TREBEK’S WIFE ON HOW FAITH HELPS THE COUPLE COPE WITH HIS CANCER DIAGNOSIS

The “Jeopardy!” host updated his fans about his ongoing battle with cancer in May, sharing with People that his doctors were shocked at how well his tumors were responding to his chemotherapy treatment.

“It’s kind of mind-boggling,” he said at the time. “The doctors said they hadn’t seen this kind of positive result in their memory… some of the tumors have already shrunk by more than 50 percent.”

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He returned to hosting in September noting that he was done with chemotherapy. However, he soon revealed that doctors wanted him to undergo more treatment after his prognosis took a turn.

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“I lost about 12 pounds in a week. And my numbers went sky high, much higher than they were when I was first diagnosed,” he told ABC News. “So the doctors have decided that I have to undergo chemo again and that’s what I’m doing.”

White, meanwhile, has been hosting “Wheel of Fortune” while regular host, Pat Sajak, recovers from emergency surgery.

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On the roster: House poised for final impeachment vote – Warren, Buttigieg feud could help Biden in Iowa – Might Trump duck 2020 debates? – Labour isn’t working: Boris romps, Corbyn quits – A lesson for all

HOUSE POISED FOR FINAL IMPEACHMENT VOTE 
Fox News: “The House Judiciary Committee on Friday voted to adopt two articles of impeachment against President Trump – capping a contentious three-day session that Republicans panned as a ‘kangaroo court’ and teeing up a historic floor vote right before the holiday break. The committee adopted both articles, alleging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, on a party-line vote of 23-17. A final roll call in the full House is expected next week, which could trigger a Senate trial in the new year just as presidential primaries are set to get underway. ‘Today is a solemn and sad day,’ Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., told reporters after the vote. ‘For the third time in a little over a century and a half, the House Judiciary Committee has voted articles of impeachment against the president…’ … After the vote, the White House released a scathing statement, dismissing the inquiry as a ‘charade.’ ‘This desperate charade of an impeachment inquiry in the House Judiciary Committee has reached its shameful end,’ White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said.”

Who will be Pelosi’s prosecutors? – WaPo: “With Democrats confident of having a majority to impeach Trump next week, a new parlor game has broken almost into the open. It’s the next step in the process in which [Speaker NancyPelosi has unilateral power to appoint members to serve as impeachment managers in the Senate, presenting their case in what would be only the third impeachment trial of a president. Many Democrats would like the opportunity to fulfill such a rare, historic role, but they know Pelosi has declared this period ‘somber’ and ‘prayerful,’ cautioning that it would be a task undertaken with ‘humility.’ In other words, showboats need not apply to be an impeachment manager. If the speaker sees a Democrat openly campaigning for the appointment, trying to boost his or her profile, she will almost certainly knock that candidate off the list. And, for a leader who has commanded enormous clout within her caucus of late, Pelosi receives utter deference from people who might get the nod.”

Trump says impeachment is good for him politically – WaPo: “Trump told reporters that Democrats are ‘trivializing impeachment’ after the House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines Friday morning for two articles of impeachment against him. ‘It’s a very sad thing for our country, but it seems to be very good for me politically,’ Trump said as reporters looked on during an Oval Office visit by Paraguayan President Mario Abdo Benítez. ‘The people are absolutely disgusted. Nobody’s ever seen anything like this.’ … Asked if he would prefer a long or short trial in the Senate, Trump said, ‘I’ll do whatever I want. Look, there is — we did nothing wrong. So I’ll do long or short.’”

THE RULEBOOK: NOT ROCKET SCIENCE
“Experience has instructed us that no skill in the science of government has yet been able to discriminate and define, with sufficient certainty, its three great provinces the legislative, executive, and judiciary; or even the privileges and powers of the different legislative branches.” – James MadisonFederalist No. 37

TIME OUT: UGHHHHHHH
NatGeo: “Picture yourself at a crowded airport departure gate. Your flight is 20 minutes late, although the illuminated sign still says On Time. … We know an annoyance when we experience it. But from a scientific perspective, just what makes something annoying? Are some things universally annoying, while others are specific to an individual? And does research offer any advice for preventing life’s annoyances from making our heads explode? The answers to those questions are: We don’t know, we don’t know, and no. Annoyance may well be the most widely experienced and least studied of all human emotions. On what [does journalist Joe Palca] base that assertion? About a decade ago, fellow journalist Flora Lichtman and [Palca] made that claim in a book called Annoying: The Science of What Bugs Us—and in the intervening years, no one has challenged [them]. After [they] noted the lack of studies on this topic, did scholars step up to the plate? … Nothing.”

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SCOREBOARD
DEMOCRATIC 2020 POWER RANKING
Biden: 27.6 points (↑ 1.6 points from last wk.)
Warren: 18.4 points (↓ 1 point from last wk.)
Sanders: 18.2 points (↑ 1 point from last wk.)
Buttigieg: 8.6 points (↓ 1.6 points from last wk.)
[Averages include: Quinnipiac University, Monmouth University, CNN, NBC News/WSJ and ABC News/WaPo.]

TRUMP JOB PERFORMANCE 
Average approval: 43 percent
Average disapproval: 52.4 percent
Net Score: -9.4 percent
Change from one week ago: ↑ 0.4 points 
[Average includes: Monmouth University: 44% approve – 49% disapprove; Quinnipiac University: 41% approve – 55% disapprove; CNN: 43% approve – 53% disapprove; NPR/PBS/Marist: 44% approve – 51% disapprove; Gallup: 43% approve – 54% disapprove.]

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WARREN, BUTTIGIEG FEUD COULD HELP BIDEN IN IOWA
Politico: “As Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg do battle ahead of the Iowa caucus, Joe Biden’s campaign is relishing the show. It’s a familiar scenario to longtime Iowa watchers: two leading rivals going at it, creating an opening for a come-from-behind win in Iowa by the establishment candidate. In 2004, the last time Democrats sought to unseat a Republican incumbent, a nasty feud between Howard Dean and Dick Gephardt allowed John Kerry to surge to a surprise win in the state. Now, Joe Biden hopes to repeat the feat, having just won the endorsement of his former Senate colleague, who joined him on the trail in Iowa last week. … So far, Warren and Buttigieg have been tamer in their attacks than Gephardt and Dean were in 2004, when they blasted each other repeatedly by name and in TV ads, Elmendorf said. The post-Christmas ad blitz expected from the Warren and Buttigieg campaigns will show whether that holds.”

Bloomy building out staff quickly – Politico: “Mike Bloomberg is making up for lost time — just two weeks after his late entry into the Democratic presidential primary, the former New York City mayor has hired more than 300 people so far to work on his campaign. The self-funded multi-billionaire recently tapped nearly 100 staffers to fan out across 15 states as he pursues his unorthodox strategy of skipping the four early voting states and zeroing in on Super Tuesday on March 3. His headquarters on Manhattan’s tony Upper East Side employs more than 200 people, including familiar faces from his days in City Hall. Former deputy mayors Kevin Sheekey and Patti Harris are his campaign manager and chair, respectively. … Team Bloomberg is also picking off the carcasses of fallen Democratic candidates as he bulks up his team.”

Castro, Delaney don’t file for Virginia’s Democratic primary – Richmond Times-Dispatch: “All but two candidates in the crowded Democratic field for president filed petition signatures and other paperwork in an effort to appear on Virginia’s primary ballot on March 3. Julian Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio and Obama administration housing secretary, and former U.S. Rep. John Delaney of Maryland did not file by the deadline of 5 p.m. Thursday. Candidates are required to submit at least 5,000 signatures from eligible voters, including 200 or more from each of Virginia’s 11 congressional districts.”

Close race in Wisconsin – Marquette University: “Among those who say they will vote in the Democratic presidential primary in April, Joe Biden receives the most support. Biden is the first choice of 23 percent, followed by Bernie Sanders at 19 percent, Elizabeth Warren at 16 percent and Pete Buttigieg at 15 percent. Cory Booker is the first choice of 4 percent. Recently announced candidate Michael Bloomberg has the support of 3 percent, as does Andrew Yang and Amy Klobuchar. … Two-thirds of Democratic primary voters, 65 percent, say they might change their minds about their primary choice, while 34 percent say their mind is made up.”

MIGHT TRUMP DUCK 2020 DEBATES?
NYT: “President Trump is discussing with his advisers the possibility of sitting out the general election debates in 2020 because of his misgivings about the commission that oversees them, according to two people familiar with the discussions. Mr. Trump has told advisers that he does not trust the Commission on Presidential Debates, the nonprofit entity that sponsors the debates, the two people said. Less of a concern for Mr. Trump than who will emerge as the Democratic nominee is which media personality will be chosen as the debate moderator, according to people in contact with him. At a state-of-the-race campaign briefing in Arlington, Va., the president’s advisers declined to comment on what their plan was for the debates. One senior adviser to the president seemed to wince at the question, and said it was not something advisers were prepared to discuss until next year.”

Former GOP speakers team up for statehouse fight – WSJ: “Former House speakers Paul RyanJohn Boehner and Newt Gingrich plan a fundraising campaign to defend Republican-controlled legislatures in Texas, Pennsylvania and a handful of other states from an onslaught of Democratic money and attention. Control over the congressional redistricting process is at stake in 2020: The Republican State Leadership Committee cites estimates that as few as 42 state legislative races could determine as much as a 136-seat swing in the House over the next decade, based on how those legislatures draw new maps.”

Twitter to restore election labels for candidates – AP: “Twitter is bringing back special labels to help users identify accounts and tweets from U.S. political candidates. The company, which first used such labels for the midterm elections last year, said it is trying to provide users with original sources of information and prevent spoofed and fake accounts from fooling voters. Many political candidates already have blue check marks to indicate that Twitter has confirmed that they are who they say they are. The election labels go further and provide details such as what office a person is running for and where. They will also carry a small ballot box icon. The labels will appear on candidates’ accounts and tweets, even if they are retweeted by someone else. Twitter hopes its efforts will help people know when candidates are behind the words attributed to them.”

LABOUR ISN’T WORKING: BORIS ROMPS, CORBYN QUITS
Fox News: “U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed on Friday morning to ‘get Brexit done’ by Jan. 31, 2020 with ‘no ifs, no buts, no maybes,’ following his Conservative Party’s landslide victory in the country’s general election. A sudden burst in London-listed companies brought European markets to record peaks early Friday, Reuters reported, as investors celebrated the probable end of more than three-and-a-half years of political turmoil in Britain once the United Kingdom settles on a deal to leave the European Union. ‘This election means that getting Brexit done is now the irrefutable, irresistible unarguable decision of the British people.’ … Johnson also promised that his Conservative Party’s top priority is to massively increase investments in the National Health Service and ‘make this country the cleanest, greenest on Earth with our far-reaching environmental program.’ … The prime minister is scheduled to meet with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace, where she will formally ask him to form a new government in her name.”

PLAY-BY-PLAY
Pergram: Congress rings in holidays with one of its most stressful Decembers ever – Fox News

Report: U.S. and China reach phase one trade deal – Fox Business

Congress reaches deal for $1.3 trillion in spending, likely averting shutdown threat – WaPo

Senate Confirms Stephen Hahn as new F.D.A. boss – NYT

Lawyer John Sullivan confirmed as next U.S. ambassador to Russia – Reuters

AUDIBLE: ADCOCK, INDEED
“A chicken can kill a chicken and eat a chicken. They’re starting to henpeck each other. We’re eating our own.” – Chris Adcock, chairwoman of the Page County Democratic Party in Iowa, discussing the Democratic presidential candidates with the WaPo.

ANY GIVEN SUNDAY
This weekend Mr. Sunday will sit down with former FBI Director James Comey, White House Special Adviser Pam Bondi and Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. Plus, be sure to tune in as Chris shares the latest Fox News national polls on impeachment and the 2020 election. Watch “Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace.” Check local listings for broadcast times in your area.

#mediabuzz – Host Howard Kurtz has the latest take on the week’s media coverage. Watch #mediabuzz Sundays at 11 a.m. ET. 

FROM THE BLEACHERS
“I happen to live in an early primary state, and of course we have been inundated with Tom 2020 and Mike 2020 commercials ad nauseam, the hilarity of these two in rolled up sleeves and dungarees pretending to be just like the common working man, nearly leaves me in convulsions. If you can reach them by wire or wireless, please ask them to stop. Not wishing my remaining days away the February primary simply can’t get here soon enough!” – James W. Herzog, Spartanburg, S.C.

[Ed. note: You had me at “dungarees” Mr. Herzog. Would that I could spare you. But at least the weather is good in Spartanburg this time of year!]

“I’m a lifelong conservative and know when someone has a bias. I’ve watched you on Fox and have read your articles on Fox News Halftime Report. I know I’m biased and watch Fox News because I like the thinking of the Fox News pundits but if I want your subliminal anti Conservative messages I’ll watch the mainstream media. I must be a glutton for punishment reading your daily article. I’m sorry but you are biased against Mr. Trump.” – Dick Alexander, Pickerington, Ohio

[Ed. note: Oh now, Mr. Alexander! Subliminal anti-conservative messages! It can’t be all that bad. Maybe you like the jokes or reader letters. Or maybe you agree with me on the best kind of hot dogs. Whatever it is, I’m glad you’re here and I do truly hope we’re helping you see the world of politics and government in a broader, more interesting way. And for the record, I don’t stand with any politician or party and I most assuredly don’t care how you vote.]

“This is a bit off topic (politics yesterday, today and forever), but probably has a more profound impact on one of the institutions that unite us, namely baseball. The word is out that the powers that be wish to eliminate 42 minor league teams, where players develop the skills needed to compete in the majors, as an economy measure. Bernie Sanders, among others, is talking about a review of baseball’s antitrust exemption if they follow through with the idea. Perhaps you could give us the history of what that exemption covers, why baseball has it, and a discussion of the issues involved.” – Bruce Moyer, Southgate, Mich.

[Ed. note: When it comes to Major League Baseball, I am positively antediluvian in my attitudes. For example, the American League’s 1973 decision to excuse pitchers from having to bat and allowing teams to plump their run counts with the services of semi-mobile sluggers laboring under the absurdly legalistic name “designated hitter” remains one of the greatest indignities inflicted on the American pastime. But when it comes to the minors, I take a more capacious view. The plan, as I understand it, is for M.L.B. to spin off those 42 teams from the lower-level minors but maintain its relationship with the remaining 118 teams. I’m sure that’s a bitter pill for fans of junior circuit teams like the single-A West Virginia Power. Nobody likes to lose status. I do wonder, though, if anyone has ever attended a Power game because of the team’s affiliation with the Seattle Mariners. Folks love minor leaguers games for the cheap entertainment, hot dogs, cold brews and laid-back atmosphere. The quality of the baseball or the connection to the pros at those games already so far removed from “the show” seems almost immaterial. But that’s not your question. Major League Baseball’s anti-trust exemption is one of the great inside jokes of all time. Since 1922, U.S. courts have held that baseball is not subject to federal rules against monopolies because – get this – baseball is not “a subject of commerce.” Oliver Wendell Holmes, the progressive darling who wrote the opinion, was big on courts bowing to popular sentiment. And in 1922, baseball was without question America’s game. The NFL was just in its third season and football was mostly still something for college boys. American sports were dominated by baseball and boxing. Babe Ruth and Jack Dempsey were kings among men. And baseball needed the exemption to continue its efforts to modernize. The game was rebounding from the 1919 Black Sox scandal and looking to impose new controls. In no other business could you have the kinds of collusion required of the competitors in baseball. The owners of today’s 30 M.L.B. teams are proprietors of individual businesses, but they get together to fix prices, rig rules, share revenues, etc. If the owners of America’s petroleum companies did the same thing, Justice Department lawyers would be rappelling through Exxon’s windows. As the decades rolled by, justices continued to work around Holmes’ lulu — at one point telling Congress in a decision that if baseball was abusing its exempt status, it should pass a law, not them. It has passed exactly one in 98 years, and it only codified the league policy on free agency. Sanders no doubt would like to save his hometown Vermont Lake Monsters’ affiliation with the Oakland A’s, but I tend to doubt that this will be the moment that the federal government tries to ruin baseball. The owners do a good enough job of that on their own!]

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A LESSON FOR ALL
Fox News: “She went from ‘sandwich artist’ to con artist. Police in New Mexico arrested a Subway restaurant employee in Las Cruces after she staged a robbery in her own shop, allegedly because ‘she wanted to teach one of the employees a lesson.’ Lorena Ariana Marin, the Subway employee, and her alleged accomplice, Angelo Rey Espinosa, orchestrated the fake robbery on Monday, bursting into the store with masks over their faces. Marin, 22, then hopped over the counter and began ‘verbally and physically’ threatening the two on-duty employees while Espinosa, 19, stood by. … Marin and Espinoza soon herded the two employees toward the back of the store, at which point one of the employees ‘bolted’ out of the eatery and made it to her car. … Police caught up with Marin and Espinoza ‘within minutes’ of the crime after a citizen reported seeing a suspicious vehicle parked nearby.”

AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES…
“I suspect history will similarly see [George W.] Bush as the man who, by trial and error but also with prescience and principle, established the structures that will take us through another long twilight struggle, and enable us to prevail.” – Charles Krauthammer (1950-2018) writing in the National Review on April 26, 2013.

Chris Stirewalt is the politics editor for Fox News. Brianna McClelland contributed to this report. Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.

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