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Lindsey Graham blasts Dems’ treatment of Trump: ‘Salem witches got a better deal’

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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., attacked House Democrats’ handling of the on-going impeachment inquiry Wednesday, suggesting next week’s scheduled second wave of hearings would be an unfair process for President Trump.

“Let me see if I have this right,” Graham tweeted. “Jerry Nadler is inviting President Trump to participate in the Judiciary Committee hearings — after all the facts were gathered in Schiff’s Intel Committee — where the president’s team was shut out.

He added that “Salem witches got a better deal than this!” Graham was referring to an invitation from House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., to the president to participate in the next round of public hearings, set for Dec. 4.

In a follow-up tweet, the senator indicated the hearings would lack due process if they didn’t allow Trump’s team to call witnesses.

TRUMP IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY A ‘THREAT TO THE PRESIDENCY,’ GRAHAM SAYS

“QUESTION: Will President Trump’s team be allowed to call witnesses and introduce evidence at the House Judiciary Committee? If not, square this with due process,” he said.

Republicans have complained that the House Intelligence Committee botched its hearings last week by blocking their party from calling witnesses, among other things.

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Graham has adamantly defended the president since House Democrats opened an impeachment inquiry surrounding Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukraine. Democrats argue that the president pressured the eastern European nation to interfere in the 2020 election by withholding military aid until the Kiev government opened an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden.

The president has denied any wrongdoing and accused Congress of engaging in a “Democrat Hoax.”

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Amber Rose undergoes plastic surgery six weeks after giving birth

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Amber Rose is going under the knife just six weeks after giving birth to her son Slash Electric.

“I’m about to get my whole body done after the baby,” the model shared in a video post on Instagram Wednesday.

Rose, 36, detailed some of the work her plastic surgeon, Dr. David Matlock, would be doing.

AMBER ROSE, BOYFRIEND ALEXANDER EDWARDS EXPECTING FIRST CHILD

She said, “He’s going to take out some of my jowls that are just, like, hereditary — it just runs in my family, so he’s going to fix that and then suck all the baby fat out of my stomach.”

Rose added, “I’m super excited.”

Dr. Matlock reposted her video, and wrote, “Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful child. Here At Team Matlock, We Love @amberrose She is the sweetest and kindest person. It is always a pleasure seeing her.”

Rose and her boyfriend, Alexander “AE” Edwards, welcomed their first child together on Oct. 10. She also has a 6-year-old son, Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, with ex Wiz Khalifa.

AMBER ROSE OPENS UP ABOUT BREAST REDUCTION SURGERY

Some praised Rose for her honesty about getting plastic surgery, but others criticized the model for not working out or letting her body lose the postpartum weight naturally.

According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, most doctors recommend women wait anywhere from six to nine months after delivering because bodies are still changing postpartum and “you cannot lift the baby postoperatively for weeks after a liposuction.”

This story originally appeared in the New York Post

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Alfonso Ribeiro and Jerry O’Connell reveal their families’ craziest Thanksgiving moments

Alfonso Ribeiro and Jerry O’Connell are ready for family holiday time.

The actors, who are working with Bob Evans Farms, prepared side dishes to make cooking for Thanksgiving even easier, offered advice on how to navigate tricky family dinner where sensitive topics may come up.

“Stay out of them,” offered Ribeiro. “Don’t have the political conversations.”

JENNIFER ANISTON HOSTS FRIENDSGIVING, MAKES ENCHILADAS JUST FOR JIMMY KIMMEL

“It’s a time for happiness and a time for bringing people together,” he added. “It’s about being thankful for the lives that we have. The people that we have in our lives are; our children. And it’s all about happiness and what brings us together.”

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Ribeiro treads carefully because every year he and his wife, Angela Unkrich, invite all of the “Dancing with the Stars” dancers and crew who may have nowhere to go because they are far from home.

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“They might be from overseas or whatever. And we invite them over to our house and we do a big Thanksgiving feast,” he said.

Not surprisingly, O’Connell disagreed with his friend about conversation topics to a certain extent.

“I’m going to say that is the time when you and your family should hash out any issues,” he said. “There’s food everywhere. Everyone’s gonna be in a good mood. You’ve got the turkey.”

O’Connell also admitted he’s not the best chef out there and prefers to just enjoy the meal rather than prepare.

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When he and his wife, Rebecca Romijn, hosted their first Thanksgiving, he forgot to remove the plastic bag from inside the bird’s cavity.

“Someone digging in for stuffing found the plastic bag with all the stuff from the turkey still inside… [I had] cooked the turkey with the plastic bag,” he explained.

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Trump Makes Unannounced Trip to Afghanistan and Says He Reopened Talks With Taliban

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BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan — President Trump paid an unannounced Thanksgiving visit to American troops here on Thursday, and said that he had restarted peace negotiations with the Taliban less than three months after he scuttled talks with the group.

“The Taliban wants to make a deal, and we’re meeting with them,” Mr. Trump said here during a meeting with Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani.

“We’re going to stay until such time as we have a deal, or we have total victory, and they want to make to make a deal very badly,” said Mr. Trump, who reaffirmed his desire to reduce America’s troop presence here to 8,600, down from about 12,000 to 13,000.

Mr. Trump made his first visit to Afghanistan under a shroud of secrecy, arriving in a darkened airplane just after 8:30 p.m. local time on a trip that the White House had concealed from his public schedule for security reasons.

Mr. Trump carried out the traditional role of feeding turkey and mashed potatoes to American troops in fatigues, before dining, mingling and posing for photographs before he delivered remarks celebrating America’s military in an aircraft hangar.

But his visit also had an important political dimension, and comes at a crossroads for Afghanistan and the United States military presence here months after Mr. Trump angrily called off his talks with the Taliban, which had produced a draft agreement that would begin the phased withdrawal of American forces from the country.

Mr. Trump, who boasted of American military successes against Al Qaeda and the Islamic State, suggested that the Taliban is eager to make a peace deal, but that he himself is indifferent to that outcome.

“The Taliban wants to make a deal — we’ll see if they make a deal. If they do, they do, and if they don’t they don’t. That’s fine,” Mr. Trump said.

He also said that the Taliban is now willing to agree to a cease-fire, a matter of contention in the earlier talks and something that Mr. Ghani’s government has been insistent upon.

“We’re saying it has to be a cease-fire, and they didn’t want to do a cease-fire,” Mr. Trump said of the Afghan insurgents. “Now they do want to do a cease-fire. I believe it’ll probably work out that way.”

Mr. Ghani later joined Mr. Trump onstage for remarks to several hundred American soldiers gathered in an aircraft hangar. The appearance of a foreign leader before American troops was unusual. Mr. Ghani, giving an energetic, almost campaign-style speech, praised Mr. Trump as “the architect” of a strategy for “wiping out Al Qaeda” in Afghanistan, and hailed him for the killing of the Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The trip also allowed the president to stand against a backdrop of visible military support amid his decision to intervene in several high-profile war crimes cases, which has roiled the Pentagon and strained his relations with military leaders.

The secretary of the Navy, Richard V. Spencer, was fired after Mr. Trump refused to allow the Navy to oust Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher from the Navy SEALs after he was convicted on a charge related to accusations of misconduct but acquitted of the most serious allegations, including shooting civilians, killing a captive Islamic State fighter with a hunting knife in Iraq and threatening to kill SEALs who reported him.

“This was a shocking and unprecedented intervention in a low-level review,” Mr. Spencer wrote in The Washington Post on Wednesday.

Mr. Trump arrived in Afghanistan one day after at least 13 people were killed when their car struck a roadside bomb on the way to a wedding party in Taliban-controlled territory northern Afghanistan, officials said. Most of the victims were related to each other.

Peace negotiations with the Taliban stalled after gaining traction earlier this year and seemed close to an agreement in late summer that was expected to reduce the American military presence, which numbers from 12,000 to 13,000 troops, by several thousand.

But the talks collapsed in stunning fashion on Sept. 7, after Mr. Trump disclosed via Twitter that he was quashing plans for a dramatic meeting at his Camp David presidential retreat with Taliban leaders and Afghan government officials. Angrily citing a Taliban attack in Kabul which killed an American soldier as the plans were coming together, Mr. Trump called off the discussions entirely.

But administration officials say Mr. Trump remains eager to bring an end to the American role in Afghanistan, which costs billions of dollars each year and continues to claim American lives. Earlier this month, Mr. Trump visited Dover Air Force Base in Maryland to pay his respects during the return of two Americans killed in a Nov. 20 helicopter crash in Afghanistan.

Mr. Trump is also searching for foreign policy achievements he can celebrate on the campaign trail over the next year. Several of his other marquee initiatives, including nuclear talks with North Korea and an effort to squeeze concessions out of Iran with economic pressure, have yielded few results.

It was never clear how imminent a peace agreement truly was in September. Taliban leaders said they had not committed to a Camp David visit, and Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, was deeply skeptical of a United States agreement with the Taliban.

A prisoner exchange between the Afghan government and the Taliban this month, brokered in part by Mr. Trump’s Afghanistan envoy, Zalmay Khalilzad, has raised new hopes that talks could begin anew. Mr. Ghani said in a televised address that the swap was meant to “facilitate direct peace negotiations.”

But uncertainty about the country’s future in the wake of its disputed election results could make brokering a meaningful peace difficult.

And Mr. Trump may be proceeding on his own. The goal of his past talks with the Taliban was to trade an American pledge to withdrawal for a Taliban renunciation of its terrorist allies like Al Qaeda and the start of Taliban negotiations with Afghanistan’s government.

But American troops are already exiting the country. A month ago, the top American commander in Afghanistan, Gen. Austin Miller, said that United States forces in the country had dropped by 2,000 over the last year.

Some current and former military officials are worried that Mr. Trump’s appetite for a troop reduction he can boast about on the campaign trail as a fulfillment of his promise to scale back American foreign interventions could lead to serious national security risks.

Retired Gen. David Petraeus, a former commander of American forces in Afghanistan, suggested recently that the Trump administration should only strike a deal with the Taliban that demands more than the United States was asking for before talks fell apart.

The United States must also be prepared to conduct ongoing counterterrorism missions in the country, Mr. Petraeus wrote in The Washington Post with Vance Serchuck, an adjunct fellow at the Center for a New American Security.

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Federal appeals court to hear arguments in former WH counsel McGahn’s subpoena case

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A federal appeals court in Washington D.C. granted the Justice Department’s request to temporarily stay a lower court ruling compelling former White House Counsel Don McGahn to comply with a House Judiciary Committee subpoena.

The appeals court’s decision means that arguments will be heard at the beginning of January to decide whether the court should grant a longer stay and whether the White House can assert “absolute immunity” to shield top aides from testifying before Congress.

The House Judiciary Committee wants to hear from McGahn over allegations President Trump tried to obstruct the Russia election interference investigation.

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The move by the appeals court comes a day federal district court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson issued a seven-day stay while McGahn’s lawyers sought their appeal. While the House Judiciary Committee opposed any stay on the order for McGahn to appear on Capitol Hill, the committee said it would not oppose an administrative stay.

Jackson ruled on Monday that McGahn must appear before Congress pursuant to a subpoena issued earlier this year, saying that if McGahn wanted to assert executive privilege to avoid testifying, he needs to appear before Congress and do it himself.

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The House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed McGahn on April 22, but the White House quickly blocked his appearance. Monday’s ruling had apparent ramifications for Democrats seeking to compel other top White House officials to testify as part of their ongoing impeachment inquiry concerning President Trump’s Ukraine policy.

The panel has been probing possible obstruction of justice by the president in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

Fox News’ William Mears contributed to this report.

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Long-Serving Military Officer Says There’s a ‘Morale Problem’ After Trump’s Controversial Pardons

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California grandmother, two grandchildren vanish; car is tracked to Bay Area

A 75-year-old grandmother has vanished in California along with her two young grandchildren.

Sandra Young, of Fairfield, was last heard from Sunday after calling her sister, the city’s police department says. Nephew Lavonce Block told KCRA that Young – who has been taking care of Jayden Hill, 9, and Katalyhah Hill, 7, since their parents died in a car crash several years ago – planned to stop by her sister’s home in Vallejo to pick up a turkey. Yet she never appeared.

“That’s not normal behavior for her,” Block said. “I don’t know what’s going on.”

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Sandra Young and her grandchildren, Katalyhah and Jayden Hill, have not been seen after the 75-year-old called her sister on Sunday, police say. (Fairfield Police Department)

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The Fairfield Police Department says Young and the children are “considered to be at risk due to their age as well as Ms. Young’s medical conditions.”

The vehicle she was driving – a green 2004 Acura TL with California license plate 5HLM514 – was spotted driving eastbound on I-80 in Hercules at 1:30 a.m. Thursday, the California Highway Patrol said.

It also has “popped up around the Alamo, Danville and Walnut Creek area,” Fairfield Police Lt. Jausiah Jacobsen told FOX40.

“We’re hoping that it’s still with them and they’re with it,” he added.

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Family members that spoke to KGO say the vehicle was tracked heading over the Carquinez Bridge six times on Tuesday – and that the grandmother doesn’t have a cell phone, making it harder to confirm her whereabouts and those of the children.

“If they were somewhere right now to where they could be like, ‘Hey, my grandma needs help right now,’ I feel like they would do that,” Young’s neighbor, Willinique Lewis, told FOX40. “So, that’s why I feel like it’s kind of odd, you know. Something’s not right.”

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UK teens plead guilty in ‘homophobic incident’ against women who refused to kiss on London bus

Three teenage boys on Thursday pleaded guilty to threatening a lesbian couple who refused their demands to kiss on a London bus earlier this year, a “homophobic incident” that left the two women with bloody facial injuries, authorities said.

Melania Geymonat, a 28-year-old flight attendant from Uruguay, and her American girlfriend, Chris Hannigan, were attacked on the upper deck of a bus traveling through West Hampstead, London, in the early hours of May 30.

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The three boys, aged between 15 and 16, appeared in Highbury Corner Youth Court on charges of harassment by using threatening or abusive words or behavior, the Metropolitan Police said in a news release. Two of the boys pleaded guilty to offenses of an aggravated hate crime.

The teens had thrown coins and made lewd and homophobic gestures at the women, police said. Security footage from the bus showed the boys fighting Geymonat and Hannigan, punching the women several times. After leaving them with bloodied injuries to their faces, the teens robbed the women.

Speaking shortly after the attack, Geymonat said the teens had surrounded them and attacked her girlfriend after they refused to kiss.

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Geymonat said they were punched and robbed after refusing to kiss. They were treated at a hospital for facial injuries following the attack. (Melania Geymonat)

“The next thing I remember was Chris in the middle of them and they were beating her,” Geymonat said. “I didn’t think about it and went in. I was pulling her back and trying to defend her so they started beating me up.”

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The women were taken to a hospital and received treatment for facial injuries after the confrontation.

“No one should ever be victimized because of their sexuality and I hope that this result brings some form of closure to both victims and they can put this ordeal behind them,” Detective Constable Darren Barlow said.

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A fourth teen, aged 17, had the charges dropped against him Thursday, police said.

The three boys who pleaded guilty will be sentenced on Dec. 23.

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Georgia man gets 7 years in prison for swindling women on Match.com, Craigslist

Money can’t buy you love, but a Georgia man who used Match.com to meet the supposed woman of his dreams showed his love’s money could buy an $80,000 BMW — a car the 34-year-old used to skip town and leave his lady high and dry, until the law caught up with him.

The so-called “Sweethart Swindler” known as John Martin Hill, 34, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of theft by taking and one count of perjury, Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office spokesman Dan Mayfield said. He was sentenced to seven years behind bars and another 13 on probation.

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Hill convinced the woman — a widow with three children — that he was a millionaire and in love with her. They decided to wed within a week of meeting on the dating site, and Hill told her the $80,000 he took from her would go toward their dream home, as well as some furniture.

Cpl. Michele Pihera told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that once the woman gave Hill the money, she never heard from him again. The woman also didn’t know that Hill was reportedly already living in an apartment nearby with another woman and child and had only $6 to his name.

After Hill’s arrest, other women came forward and said they, too, had been duped by the local Lothario.

According to the AJC, Hill had arrest warrants out in at least four separate states under various names. Authorities said his go-to move in the past has been to post bail and disappear. Investigators said they did not know the total number of woman Hill had fleeced but confirmed he’s changed his name five times in the past few years.

The Gwinnett County Police Department says Hill had gone by the name of: Gregory Dutton, George Hill, Maverick McCray, Gregory Davis and Gregory Hill. He was wanted in Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey.

In 2011, Hill was arrested by the West Long Branch police department in New Jersey on “several outstanding warrants and charged him with three counts of theft by deception,” according to the Long Branch-Eatontown Patch.

Hill was accused of taking money from young women after claiming to be an executive and advertising a job on Craigslist.

“Hill made claims of being a CEO and owner of a company that specialized in obtaining scholarships for high school athletes,” Capt. Larry Mihlon told Patch.

He would make contact with women looking for a job, set up an interview with them and then ask for cash upfront after taking their information.

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Some of the company names used by Hill were College Bound Recruits and Athlon Sports.

In 2014, a Facebook page titled “Stop Gregory Hill” was created, detailing more accusations against the man.

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The real reason Coldplay delayed their next album tour?

Coldplay‘s recently announced delay to their next tour was due to environmental reasons according to the band, but Fox Nation hosts Britt McHenry and Tom Shillue have another theory for the sudden delay.

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“To me, it just sounds like ‘we’re not ready to go touring so we’re going to come up with something that’s environmentally friendly to excuse it,'” McHenry said in the latest episode of Fox Nation’s “UNPC.”

“I don’t think that they had a tour planned but they had to give a reason why, so [Coldplay frontman Chris Martin] says the environment…but it can’t possibly be true,” Shillue agreed. “He’s not going to be able to do it. There is no way to tour the planet environmentally.”

In a recent interview, Martin said the British band decided not to tour this year because they want to “have a positive impact” on the environment before moving forward.

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“We’re not touring this album,” Martin told the BBC in reference to their newest album, “Everyday Life.”

Coldplay last traveled the world in 2016 and 2017 during the “A Head Full of Dreams” tour. On the tour, the band performed 122 shows across five continents.

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“Our next tour will be the best possible version of a tour like that environmentally,” Martin added. “We would be disappointed if it’s not carbon neutral.”

“The hardest thing is the flying side of things. But, for example, our dream is to have a show with no single-use plastic, to have it largely solar-powered,” the singer continued.

Sportsgrid.com president Lou Maione weighed in on the subject on the Fox Nation show, accusing the band of citing environmental concerns in order to garner more publicity.

“Publicity…I think they are going to go on tour — they just want people to know they’re going on tour…and we’re talking about it right now so they win,” he said. “They don’t care about the environment the way you think they do…they don’t. They’re going to play their music, sell their albums…they’re going to do what they have to do. It’s a way of getting people to pay attention and talk about it.”

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“It’s all very shady…” Shillue added.

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