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Chelsea Clinton quashes suspicions she’s considering congressional run

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Chelsea Clinton told “The View” on Wednesday that she was not thinking about running for Congress.

Speculation arose after Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., announced she would retire after the 2020 elections, creating opportunities for potential newcomers like Clinton.

“I am not considering running for Congresswoman Lowey’s seat,” Clinton said while guest-hosting on “The View.” Co-host Sunny Hostin expressed disappointment with that decision.

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“Oh, well thank you, Sunny,” Clinton said, before further addressing the question. “I understand why people are asking and someone has asked me some version of this question for literally as long as I can remember. … One of my earliest memories is being 3 or 4 and someone saying, ‘Chelsea, are you going to run for governor of Arkansas one day?'” the former first daughter recalled.

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Clinton said people other than those like her and co-host Abby Huntsman — also a politician’s daughter — should be asked about running for office.

“I think it’s a question that shouldn’t just be asked of people whose last name is Clinton or Huntsman. It’s a question we should be asking kids … young people, women,” she said. When Huntsman asked if Clinton thought she ever would run for office, Clinton said she just didn’t know.

Clinton has been a fierce critic of President Trump, whose opponent in the 2016 election was her mother, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. During a joint appearance on “The View” earlier in October, the mother and daugheter offered their opinions on Trump.

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“He’s the greatest scam in American political history,” the younger Clinton said.

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Liam Payne on One Direction: Staying ‘would have killed me’

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In 2015, One Direction went on an extended hiatus, which disappointed fans, but as it turns out, that might have been a good thing after all.

Band member Liam Payne recently appeared on “Table Manners with Jessie Ware” and dished on his years with the band, and why staying together “would have killed” him.

“There’s no stop button. You’ve got no control over your life. That’s why I lost complete control of everything,” Payne, 26, revealed. “… We were definitely overworked… I had no personal life. I learned nothing about myself.”

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Payne called his time with the band “mega stressful” and recalled a particularly telling therapy session.

“I remember getting to therapy the one time and the guy was like, ‘What do you like to do?'” he recounted. “(I said) ‘I don’t know. I haven’t got a clue.'”

Avoiding the paparazzi and crazed fans also took its toll.

“That was life. And then once you’re in that pattern, patterns are dangerous because you just get stuck in it,” he said. “… I just lived so long as this reclusive pop star who was afraid of people, who just stayed inside all the time.”

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As if that weren’t enough, Payne’s relationship with singer Cheryl, with whom he has a son, was heavily pressured by the public eye. The couple broke up in 2018.

Then came One Direction’s hiatus.

“It was really scary at first,” Payne said of the split from Harry Styles, Naill Horan, Zayn Malik and Louis Tomlinson. “But I needed to stop, definitely. It would have killed me. One hundred percent.”

Now, however, things have changed.

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“I’m the happiest I’ve ever been,” he said. “It took a long time to get to this place and I’m glad that I’m at this stage of my life now.”

The members of One Direction each lead solo careers now, and just last month, Payne released the single “Stack It Up,” and dropped an acoustic version of the song today.

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Tucker Carlson: America is in the race of its life against China because of people like LeBron James

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Thirty years goes pretty fast. Thirty years ago, it was the fall of 1989, believe it or not — it seems like yesterday.

And at the time, if you can remember that far back, America seemed unbeatable. Our chief rival, the Soviet Union had just collapsed. Our economy and military strength dwarfed those of every nation on the planet. America in 1989 was the uncontested leader of the world — free and otherwise.

But just three decades later, that advantage has evaporated completely. Instead of expanding and solidifying our power, we’ve wasted it. And as a result, we’re now in the race of our lives against a country that in 1989 was so poor that many of its people could not afford meat or electricity — China. And at this rate, China will beat us.

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So the question is, how did America fall so far so fast? And the answer is simple — bad leadership. The people who benefited the most from this country cared about it the least. They were also the quickest to sell it out to foreign powers for profit.

That’s obvious now, thanks to people like LeBron James. James, of course, is one of the most famous athletes in history. But he started off at the very bottom. He was born to an impoverished 16-year-old mother in Akron, Ohio. He never went to college.

And yet, thanks to hard work and remarkable skill, James’s endorsement income alone now exceeds $50 million a year. If there’s anyone whose life is a tribute to America, to its decency, to its endless opportunity, it’s LeBron James. In return, he showers America with contempt.

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Just on Monday, James was asked to comment on the NBA executive who issued a one-line statement on Twitter in support of democracy in Hong Kong. Here’s how LeBron James responded:

LeBron James: I don’t want to get into a word or sentence feud with Daryl Morey, but I believe he wasn’t educated on the situation at hand. And he spoke. And so many people could have been harmed, not only financially but physically, emotionally, spiritually. So just be careful what we tweet and what we say, and what we do. Even though, yes, we do have freedom of speech, but there can be a lot of negative that comes with that, too.

So freedom of speech is just fine, says LeBron James, as long as you don’t do anything crazy with it, like, I don’t know, obliquely criticize the Chinese Communist Party. No, that’s out of bounds. It might harm people spiritually.

It also might potentially make LeBron James slightly less rich. And of course, that’s the real problem with it.

Think we’re being unfair? Think that’s an unfair interpretation of what you just saw?

Well, according to ESPN, LeBron James has been adamant in his defense of Chinese fascism, even off-camera. Here’s this:

Dave McMenamin, ESPN senior writer: Adam Silver got up and addressed the players, and LeBron James is one of the players who got up and spoke and said, “hey, what are we doing here? Daryl Morey made these statements? You know damn well if a player made the same similar statements and caused such war ramifications for the league, there’d be some sort of league recourse.”

There would be repercussions that the player has to pay. You know, potentially, this tweet could cost the NBA hundreds of millions of dollars, which could come out of the players’ pockets. And so that’s the double standard that was being addressed in that meeting.

In other words, any American who questions China ought to be punished. That’s LeBron James’s view. That’s what he’s demanding, in fact.

If there’s anyone whose life is a tribute to America, to its decency, to its endless opportunity, it’s LeBron James. In return, he showers America with contempt.

The Chinese Politburo must not be criticized, and yet there’s a very different standard that James holds for his own country and his own president. Watch this past interview on CNN:

LeBron James: He [President Trump] has kind of used sport to kind of divide us. I would never sit across from him.

Don Lemon, CNN anchor: You would never — you won’t talk to him?

JAMES: No. I’d sit across from Barack [Obama], though.

Yes, that’s the American president he is talking to.

Well, if you read James’s Twitter feed, you won’t be surprised to learn any of this. “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” he tweeted once. “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

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OK, well, obviously, things that matter does not include throwing Muslims in concentration camps in China or the oppression of more than a billion people in China. So what does matter to LeBron James and his friends in our ruling class?

Well, the first thing they care about is popularity and that’s why they’re delighted to weigh in politically — when it’s fashionable in West Los Angeles, bashing the administration or protesting the National Anthem or retweeting and being supportive transgender rights or whatever. Their friends call them brave when they do this, which is one of the indications it’s not bravery. It’s conformity, which is the opposite, usually.

The other thing that James and the rest care about, of course, is money. When you criticize Beijing, it might cost you money.

Here’s a perfect example. LeBron James is both starring in and producing an upcoming film called “Space Jam 2.” The movie is expected to do big business in China if it’s released there. And James can’t risk that.

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The rest of Hollywood made the same decision many years ago. We used to see, occasionally, movies that criticized the dictatorship of China or took the side of Tibet. (Remember Richard Gere? Whatever happened to him?) But not anymore. In fact, that’s unimaginable.

You can’t imagine a major Hollywood picture taking the side of Tibet or Hong Kong, or the Dalai Lama or human rights in China, the world’s largest country. No. Instead, studios now grovel for Chinese funding. And if China appears in films at all, it’s always in a positive portrayal.

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Meanwhile, Russia, which is a completely an irrelevant country, most of the time is subverting our democracy. That’s what they tell us.

This is what corruption looks like.

Adapted from Tucker Carlson’s monologue from “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Oct. 15, 2019.

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3 US diplomats detained near secret Russian military training ground: officials

Three U.S. diplomats were removed from a train and detained Monday near a mysterious military site in northwestern Russia where a deadly explosion and radiation leak took place back in August, according to officials.

Russia’s Interfax news agency reported that the three U.S. diplomats were removed from a train when it arrived in Severodvinsk, a city of 183,000.

The U.S. State Department confirmed to Fox News the diplomats were taken off the train and were in the country on official travel after properly filing travel with the Russian Defense Ministry.

“The American diplomats were on official travel and had properly notified Russian authorities of their travel,” a State Department spokesperson told Fox News.

RUSSIA NUCLEAR MISSILE EXPLOSION RESULTED IN RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES FOUND IN TEST SAMPLES AFTER ACCIDENT

Russian broadcaster REN-TV reported the three Americans did not present documents for staying in Severodvinsk, which is a city located in a list of territories that are under regulation for visits by foreign citizens.

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Three U.S. diplomats were removed from a train and detained Monday after arriving in the city of Severodvinsk, located near a secret military testing site where a deadly explosion and radiation leak took place in August. (Bing/Fox News)

The group of Americans was detained after Russian authorities conducted a check of passengers on the train when it arrived in the city, according to REN-TV.

Interfax reported the U.S. diplomats had been let go, but are regarded to have broken Russian law. Officials have not yet released any additional information.

RUSSIA NUCLEAR MISSILE EXPLOSION CAUSED 2 WORKERS TO DIE OF RADIATION SICKNESS, REPORT SAYS

The port city of Severodvinsk is located near the military shooting range in Nyonoksa, in the country’s far northern Arkhangelsk region.

On Aug. 8, five nuclear workers were killed during a rocket engine test near the White Sea in an area considered part of the testing range. Russia’s Defense Ministry initially said the blast killed two people and injured six, but the state-controlled nuclear agency, Rosatom, later disclosed that the explosion killed five of its workers and injured three others. Rosatom said the explosion occurred while engineers were testing “a nuclear isotope power source” for a rocket and were thrown into the sea by the explosion.

A Russian newspaper later reported that two of the patients that were injured in the blast died from radiation sickness before they could be taken to Moscow for treatment.

The mysterious explosion was followed by a brief rise in radiation levels in nearby Severodvinsk, but the authorities insisted the recorded levels didn’t pose any danger to local residents. Russia’s state weather agency, Rosgidromet, said it believed radiation levels had risen up to 16 times after the accident when a cloud of radioactive gases drifted across the area in the wake of the blast.

Weeks later, the weather agency said that radioactive isotopes were been discovered in test samples.

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Russian officials’ changing and contradictory accounts of the incident have drawn comparisons to Soviet attempts to cover up the 1986 explosion and fire at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, the world’s worst nuclear disaster.

The Russian Defense Ministry at first denied any radiation leak in the incident, even as authorities in nearby Severodvinsk reported a brief rise in radiation levels and advised residents to stay indoors and close the windows.

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President Vladimir Putin has praised the victims of the disaster, saying they were doing “very important work for the nation’s security,” but kept mum on what type of weapon they were testing. U.S. defense officials and outside observers believe it was a missile Russia calls the 9M730 Burevestnik. The NATO alliance has designated it the SSC-X-9 Skyfall, which was first revealed by Putin in March 2018 along with other doomsday weapons.

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390-year-old shipwreck revealed using virtual reality

Exactly 360 years to the day since the Dutch merchant ship Melckmeyt was wrecked off a remote Icelandic island, experts have harnessed virtual reality to create a stunning virtual dive of the wreck.

The Melckmeyt or “Milkmaid” was on a secret trading mission when it sank during a sudden storm. Digital archaeology specialists from Australia’s Flinders University have worked with maritime archaeologists at the University of Iceland to create a 360-degree virtual view of the wreck, which was discovered in 1992.

The ship was lost amid international tensions over Icelandic.

“The kingdom of Denmark ruled Iceland and forbade other European nations from trading with the island,” explained officials of Flinders University and the University of Iceland in a joint statement obtained by Fox News. “However, in 1659 a surprise attack by the Swedish king on the Danish capital prevented any Danish supply ships from traveling to Iceland.”

WRECK OF WWII SHIP DISCOVERED 74 YEARS AFTER IT DISAPPEARED DURING A RESCUE MISSION

Keen to grasp an opportunity for trade, Dutch merchants sent a small fleet of ships to Iceland under a false Danish flag.

“This fleet was welcomed by locals and proved a success, trading grain, timber and ceramics from mainland Europe for locally caught and dried fish, woollen goods, sheepskins and whale oil,” the universities explained in the statement.

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Divers swim over a digital reconstruction of the ship during a virtual dive. (Image by John McCarthy)

However, the Melckmeyt spent too long on its secret trading mission and was caught in the storm, losing one member of the ship’s crew. “The survivors took shelter above water in the highest point of wreck for the next two days,” said the universities.

Thanks to the icy Icelandic waters, the wreck is remarkably well preserved. Fourteen years after its discovery by local divers Erlendur Guðmundsson and Sævar Árnason, a team of researchers including experts from the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands and Kevin Martin, a graduate student at the University of Iceland, completed a detailed 3D survey of the site.

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“The significance of this wreck is enormous for Iceland,” said Martin in the statement. “As it is one of the oldest known historic wrecks in this part of the world, it shines a light on a fascinating period of Icelandic history, when Denmark ruled the island and had a monopoly over trade here for a period of 200 years. We have also been able to directly embed a 3D survey of the seabed with full photographic texture. In theory, a member of the public viewing this might even spot something on the wreck that we have missed during our dives on it!”

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A scene from the virtual dive, with divers swimming over the wreck as it appears today, with areas of the wreck labeled in yellow. (Image by John McCarthy)

The virtual dive was created by John McCarthy, a graduate student in maritime archaeology at Flinders University.

“We have even based the stern painting on a real contemporary Dutch painting, Vermeer’s famous ‘Milkmaid,’ painted just one year before the ship was wrecked,” he said in the statement.

A paper on the virtual dive will be presented at the annual conference of the Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology in Brisbane, Australia, on Oct. 18.

SUNKEN WWII SHIP MAY CONTAIN $130 MILLION OF NAZI GOLD

Other Icelandic shipwrecks have been garnering attention. Earlier this year, the wreck of the Empire Wold, a Royal Navy tug, was discovered by coastguards off the coast of Iceland. The discovery solved a decades-long mystery about the fate of the ship, which disappeared during a World War II rescue mission.

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A 3D scan of the shipwreck. (Image by John McCarthy)

The ship sank on Nov. 10, 1944, with the loss of her 16 crewmembers. The sinking prompted speculation that the Empire Wold had fallen victim to a German U-boat, although the ship’s discovery led experts to believe that she foundered in heavy seas and 40-knot winds.

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A digital reconstruction of the wreck as it may have appeared the morning after the storm. (Image by John McCarthy)

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A digital reconstruction of the ship. Archaeologists used Vermeer’s famous painting of “The Milkmaid,” which was painted just before the ship was lost, for the stern design.(Image by John McCarthy) (Image by John McCarthy)

In 2017, the SS Minden, a German cargo ship scuttled in waters near Iceland during the early days of World War II, was in the international spotlight following the reported discovery of  a chest containing up to four tons of Nazi gold on the wreck.

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Trevor Noah rips into Joe Biden on ‘Daily Show’ after candidate’s fumbled debate response

“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah laid into former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden Tuesday night after his strange response to a rather pressing question.

When asked about son Hunter’s dealings with Ukraine, the presidential candidate fumbled over his words and meandered aimlessly before finally getting to his point.

“My son’s statement speaks for itself. What I think is important is we focus on why it’s so important to remove this man from office,” said Biden. “On the 17 — look, the fact George Washington worried on the first time he spoke after being elected president, that what we had to worry about is foreign interference in our election,” Biden said as he oddly diverted from his initial thought.

ERIC TRUMP BLASTS HUNTER BIDEN OVER ‘RAMPANT CORRUPTION’

Upon playing this clip, Noah immediately mocked the former vice president.

“Okay, one minute he’s talking about his son, then it’s George Washington then something about the 17?” Noah asked, wondering why Biden’s response was so frenetic. “Joe Biden is the only candidate who remixes his speech while he’s giving it,” Noah said before imitating sounds of a record scratching.

The controversy behind Hunter Biden stems from when the son of the former vice president accepted a lucrative position to serve on the board of a Ukrainian gas company.

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WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 12: World Food Program USA Board Chairman Hunter Biden (L) and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden attend the World Food Program USA’s Annual McGovern-Dole Leadership Award Ceremony at Organization of American States on April 12, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Teresa Kroeger/Getty Images for World Food Program USA)

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The 49-year-old son of former Vice President Joe Biden told ABC’s “Good Morning America” that accepting the lucrative position was, in retrospect, “poor judgment.”

“I know I did nothing wrong at all. Was it poor judgment to be in the middle of something that is a swamp in many ways? Yeah,” he said in an exclusive sit-down with ABC’s Amy Robach at his Los Angeles home.

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“I don’t regret being on the board. What I regret is not taking into account that there would be a Rudy Giuliani and a president of the United States that would be listening to this ridiculous conspiracy idea,” he said, claiming that the allegations of impropriety have been “debunked by everyone.”

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Scarlett Johansson’s rose tattoo on display at ‘JoJo Rabbit’ premiere in LA

Scarlett Johansson showed off her tattoo for the crowd at the Los Angeles premiere for her new movie, “JoJo Rabbit.”

The actress walked the carpet Tuesday in a stunning pale-pink embellished halter top and matching high-waisted embellished trousers. The “Avenger’s” franchise star’s taut midriff and huge rose tattoo were on display for all to see.

Johansson, 34, got her large back tattoo in honor of her three-year-old daughter Rose, whom she shares with ex-husband Romain Dauriac.

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The Marvel actress debuted “JoJo Rabbit,” a new movie in which she plays the role of a single mother of a 10-year-old boy in Nazi Germany who hides a Jewish girl in their attic.

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Scarlett Johansson arrives at the Premiere Of Fox Searchlights’ “Jojo Rabbit” at Post 43 on October 15, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty)

The new movie is set to come out on Friday.

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Johansson, who was No. 1 on Forbes’ 2019 list of the highest-paid actresses, was joined by other cast members including Rebel Wilson, Thomasin McKenzie, Taika Waititi, Archie Yates, Sam Rockwell and “Game Of Thrones” star Alfie Allen.

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Super Bowl champion blasts youth football league after coach faces $500 fine, suspension over big victory

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Two-time Super Bowl-winning wide receiver Torrey Smith tweeted his frustrations Saturday with a Pennsylvania youth football league that allegedly fined and suspended a coach over a team’s big victory.

Smith, who retired from the NFL this season, tweeted the Keystone State Youth Football league, based in Philadelphia, was going to suspend a coach for two games and fine him $500 because the team won a game, 36-0. Smith said the league disciplines the coach if their team wins by more than 30 points.

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“Today’s story of ‘We are building weak children,” Smith wrote. “The youth football team in my wife’s hometown had a game today, they won 36-0. They don’t allow you to win by 31 without some type of punishment. The head coach is now suspended for 2 games and fined $500. ARE YOU KIDING [sic] ME?”

He then added: “@YouthKeystone is trippin!

“1. Kids need to learn how to deal with failure. Don’t want to get smashed? Play better.

“2. Life doesn’t let up. When it rains it pours.

“3. The other kids can’t give their all because there is a rule. ‘Work hard but not too hard’ that’s stupid.

“4. It’s hard to find youth coaches as is but you consider fining a coach $500 an appropriate punishment?

“5. If you truly want to have a slaughter rule simply stop the game. How do you coach or play knowing that you can’t score? That’s just stupid.”

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The coach was identified as Kyle Williams, according to NBC Philadelphia. He is also Smith’s brother-in-law. Williams, who coaches the Conshohocken Golden Bears, told the station that the league’s rules prevent a team from scoring more than 30 points.

“Less than two minutes left I called a timeout because I wanted to pull the starters off the field,” he told NBC Philadelphia. “I put kids in there who normally never played.”

However, a 5-year-old player on his team scored toward the end of the game even though Williams said he ran down the sideline yelling at the child to fall down and not score.

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The president of Williams’ team told the station that it is possible Williams could face punishment when he goes to a hearing in the coming weeks and said the league doesn’t condone the coach’s choice to run the play.

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Philadelphia mom admits to shooting and killing husband, two young daughters, police say

A Philadelphia mother is facing murder charges Wednesday after police say she admitted to shooting and killing her husband and two daughters – the youngest only 10 months old.

The suspect, identified by Fox 29 as Damyrra Jones, was found lying face down Monday following the incident with a gunshot wound to the head and a firearm in her hand, the station says. Police believe the gunshot wound was self-inflicted – and the 28-year-old was taken a local hospital in critical condition, where she has been held in custody ever since.

“While being transported to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital in the back of a fire rescue unit, she admitted to shooting everyone and demanded not to be resuscitated,” Homicide Capt. Jason Smith said, according to the Associated Press.

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The scene where the shooting unfolded Monday in northeast Philadelphia. (Fox 29)

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He added that there had been “domestic discord” between the couple over child support payments.

Officers say they were called to a row home in northeast Philadelphia shortly before 10 p.m. Monday where they found a 38-year-old man dead of a gunshot wound to the head. A 4-year-old girl and a 10-month-old girl also shot in the head were rushed to a local children’s hospital, but were pronounced dead shortly afterward.

A 9mm handgun found at the scene had been legally purchased by the mother the day before the shooting, Smith said.

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A neighbor also told Fox 29 that there “was literally a fight every single day” at the home.

The mother will be charged with three counts of murder, child endangerment and possessing an instrument of crime, Smith says, adding that she is “expected to survive.”

Fox News’ Thairy Lantigua and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Trump shouts out St. Louis Blues superfan Laila Anderson during White House ceremony

President Trump on Tuesday offered some kind words to St. Louis Blues superfan Laila Anderson during the team’s Stanley Cup ceremony at the White House.

Laila, the 11-year-old who helped inspire the Blues to go on an amazing run to the Stanley Cup title while battling a rare autoimmune disease, was on hand at the Rose Garden to celebrate with her favorite team. Trump recognized how important the girl was and offered some kind words to hear as he made his remarks about the team.

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“You inspired the Blues all season, and today you continue to inspire all Americans,” Trump said. “We all know your story.”

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Laila Anderson celebrates the Blues’ Stanley Cup win at the White House.

As the Blues celebrated their Stanley Cup championship on the ice in June, Laila was with the team all the way and even got to go onto the ice and kiss the Cup herself.

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Earlier this month, Alexander Steen and Colton Parayko surprised Laila at her home and presented her with her own championship ring with her name inscribed on it.

“You know how much you mean to us, right, and what an inspiration you’ve been to so many people,” Steen said. “So me and Colton are here and representing our organization and everybody there, and we have something that we would like you to open right now.”

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The Blues are currently working to successfully defend their title.

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