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Jane Sanders on Bernie’s 2020 bid: ‘I think that he will win’ Dem nomination

All 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., needs to clinch the Democratic nomination is a “fair shot,” his wife Jane said Saturday.

In an interview on “Cavuto LIVE” with host Neil Cavuto, Jane Sanders said there are “powers that be in the status quo” that don’t want her husband to implement policies from his platform, such as providing Medicare-for-all, affordable health care, affordable education and the Green New Deal.

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“They’re using lots of other reasons why they don’t support him,” she said. “But the fact is, it’s the issues and we are talking about transforming this country — not having the powers that be continue to be the powers that be, make it more government of the people and by the people.”

Jane Sanders said that while in the 2016 presidential race, many in their party labeled some of Bernie Sanders’ more left-leaning policies as “ridiculous” — citing Medicare-for-all, tuition-free collegeclimate change and raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour — many of their ideas have already come to pass.

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., with his wife Jane O’Meara Sanders, arrives to speak to supporters at a primary night election rally in Manchester, N.H., Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

“Well, seven states and 40 cities have raised the minimum wage to $15 an hour. Places like my University of Tennessee — where I went and it is not a radical institution — now [have] free tuition, as well as many other places. Medicare-for-all is the dominant conversation that we’re having now because people realize it’s not far-fetched,” she told Cavuto.

“I think that everybody is seeming to focus on the label and they’re — they’re not talking about what it is underneath. The fact is that we have socialism right now in the country. Damn it. But, it’s not democratic socialism. It’s corporate socialism,” Jane Sanders said.

The race for the Democratic nomination has now whittled down to eight potential candidates. Bernie Sanders declared victory at the first presidential primary in New Hampshire earlier this month and was just edged out by former Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg in the Iowa caucuses.

In order to secure the nomination, 1,991 delegates are needed, and there 3,915 delegates left. The next caucus will be held in Nevada on Feb. 22.

“He won Iowa. He won New Hampshire. He’s leading in Nevada. He’s leading in California. All the polls. He’s leading in Texas. I mean, all the polls show he’s electable,” Jane Sanders argued.

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“The problem with having so many people is it makes it hard for anybody to gain the number of delegates they need. But, the field is winnowing. And, I think that he will win,” she said.

Confidence aside, Jane Sanders admitted that not winning on the first ballot and having the party turn to a more establishment candidate was a concern, but said her “hope and expectation is that the [Democratic National Committee] will give the nomination to the right person that has the plurality and be fair.”

“That’s all we want: a fair shot,” she added.

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Face masks are must-have accessory of London fashion week amid coronavirus panic

Virus protection — but make it fashion.

The hottest accessory at London fashion week isn’t a Barbie-sized purse, but fashionable face masks amid widespread panic over coronavirus.

Though fabric face masks can’t exactly help prevent the spread of the virus, it hasn’t stopped stylish denizens from wearing them to shows anyway.

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A model wearing a Pitta Mask walks the runway for The Blonds during New York Fashion Week: The Shows at Gallery I at Spring Studios on February 09, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows)

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But these aren’t your ordinary face masks of the surgical hospital variety. The fashion flock is putting their own spin on the accessory with adornments to show off a bit of personality. One attendee outside the British Fashion Council (BFC) Show Space show wore one decorated with arrows, while a pair of women donned pastel-hued versions.

The BFC expects attendance at London fashion week to go down this year due to coronavirus, reports Reuters. Chinese designer Yuhan Wang opened LFW, but tells Reuters she had to cut down on looks because of delays caused by the virus. Six Chinese brands have canceled shows at Paris fashion week, Women’s Wear Daily reports, and upcoming fashion weeks in Beijing and Shanghai that were slated for March have been postponed.

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A model wears a face mask by On/Off designer during London Fashion Week February 2020 outside the BFC Show Space Show in London. (Photo by Isabel Infantes/PA Images via Getty Images)

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London isn’t the first city where face masks have become the trending accessory. Several New York Fashion Week attendees covered their mouths last week, including stylist Marina Ingvarsson who wore a minimal black face mask outside the Michael Kors show. The trend was just as prevalent during NYFW in 2018 over flu concerns.

The streets aren’t the only place face masks have been popping up. Designers Phillipe and David Blond featured plenty of them during their Monday runway show for the Blonds, including bedazzled, bejeweled and feathered renditions. Blancore’s Yalan Li also included one made out of white mesh during her show.

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Marina Ingvarsson is seen wearing an orange puffer coat and blue bag outside the Michael Kors show during New York Fashion Week: A/W20 on February 12, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images)

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In New York, face masks have become hard to come by, too. Most shops have reported selling out of plain surgical masks as of January following the rise of coronavirus cases stateside. Prices have also skyrocketed at online stores such as Amazon as shoppers even scoop up masks for their pets.

In China, where coronavirus originated, over 5,000 new cases were confirmed in a single day, according to officials. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the total cases of the deadly illness in the US is now at 15 as of Thursday.

This story was originally published by the New York Post.

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Texas airport police taser suspect in wild brawl caught on video

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It’s not often you see something like this at the terminal.

A wild brawl between a traveler and police officers that involved the usage of a Taser was caught on video this week as passengers were waiting to board their flights at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas.

“I really hope that whatever was going on with this guy, it was a moment in time,” John Huston, the bystander who reportedly captured the footage, said in an interview with Fox 4.

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Police told the station they were called to the airport Thursday afternoon after receiving a report of a man shoving an airline employee.

When they arrived, authorities say the suspect — identified as Jerome Toson Jr.– started arguing with the officers and took a swipe at one of them.

Footage purportedly shows an officer then tasering Toson. A scuffle ensues and he is eventually brought to the ground and subdued with the help of other travelers.

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One officer was bitten in the arm and hand during the chaos, according to Fox 4.

Toson, as of Saturday, is being held at a jail in Fort Worth. He is facing numerous charges, including assault of a public servant, attempting to take a weapon from a peace officer and resisting arrest.

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Harriet Tubman Visa debit card draws backlash, bank responds

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A OneUnited Bank limited edition Visa debit card depicting Harriet Tubman has come under fire online from critics who say the design is in poor taste.

The image in question depicts the revered abolitionist with a serious stare while wearing a red-and-white head wrap. At the center of the controversy are Tubman’s arms, which are crossed over her chest with her hands balled into fists.

The gesture, to some, resembled the popular salute from Marvel’s “Black Panther.”

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OneUnited, which calls itself the nation’s largest black-owned bank, was quickly accused of using the historical figure to pander to African-American customers, during Black History Month.

“Make it make sense, y’all,” tweeted writer and former ESPN host Jemele Hill.

“This just wasn’t a well thought out idea. Please take this down,” a Twitter user commented.

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Another person wrote, “Wakanda isn’t real and even if it was Harriet Tubman was an American and not from this imaginary African country.”

Despite the public backlash, the company responded on Twitter that the Tubman image was not a reference to “Black Panther” or its fictional country. She actually is using American Sign Language sign for “love.”

“She was about love,” Addonis Parker, the Miami artist behind the painting, told The Washington Post. “It took sacrifice and love for her to do everything she’s done.”

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Parker worked with the financial institution previously, painting a mural outside its branch in Liberty City. Some of his artwork has been used on its credit cards.

Not coincidentally, “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler previously acknowledged that the Wakanda sign was inspired by the ASL sign for “love.”

After the Tubman debit card image went viral, OneUnited was quick to issue a statement.

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“Harriet Tubman is the ultimate symbol of love – love that causes you to sacrifice everything, including your own life,” the bank tweeted. “The gesture is the sign language symbol for love. It’s so important that we love ourselves.”

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‘Love Island’ host Caroline Flack dead at 40: reports

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Former “Love Island” host Caroline Flack has died at age 40, according to multiple reports.

The television personality‘s family released a statement to the U.K.’s Press Association confirming her passing.

“We can confirm that our Caroline passed away today on the 15th [of] February. We would ask that the press respect the privacy of the family at this difficult time,” the family said in a statement.

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ITV2 reacted to Flack’s sudden passing in a statement to Fox News on Saturday.

“Everybody at Love Island and ITV is shocked and saddened by this desperately sad news. Caroline was a much-loved member of the Love Island team and our sincere thoughts and condolences are with her family and friends,” ITV2 said.

A cause of death has not yet been revealed.

The television host’s death comes nearly two months after she decided to quit her job as host of the popular British reality show following an assault arrest in London.

“Love Island has been my world for the last five years, it’s the best show on telly. In order not to detract attention from the upcoming series, I feel the best thing I can do is to stand down for series six. I want to wish the incredible team working on the show a fantastic series in Cape Town,” Flack wrote on social media.

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Police had responded to Flack’s home based on reports that a man was assaulted. The man injured was Flack’s boyfriend, tennis player Lewis Burton, the BBC reported at the time.

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.”

Despite the arrest, Flack and Burton appeared to be going strong in recent weeks. According to the Daily Mail, Burton shared a photo of the couple on Valentine’s Day, one day prior to her death. The post appears to have since been taken down.

“Happy Valentine’s…Love you,” Burton wrote, according to the British outlet.

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Flack also hosted “The X Factor” and “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! NOW!”

Flack’s passing marks the third death from the “Love Island” cast. Contestants Mike Thalassitis and Sophie Gradon took their own lives in 2019 and 2018, respectively.

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Maryland sailor surprises siblings after 11-month deployment

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A Maryland sailor gave his younger siblings a Valentine’s Day to remember.

LeBaron Bass had been stationed on the USS Abraham Lincoln for an 11-month deployment overseas – the longest he’s been away from his younger siblings.

Bass, who was deployed in the Middle East, first surprised his sister, 12-year-old Sasha, who was completely shocked to see her older brother in her classroom at Davis Middle School, Fox 5 DC reported.

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“You just gonna sit there?” Bass can be heard in a video of the encounter asking his surprised sister, before giving her a big hug. “I got you. Did I get you?”

He then surprised his younger brother, 11-year-old Rahsaan.

“After 11 months, missing her birthday, missing almost every type of holiday there is, just to see her reaction – it was the best feeling I can image,” Bass told Fox 5 DC.

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Sasha and Rahsaan said they never saw it coming.

“I was just surprised (that he’s back),” she said.

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Their mother, Mary Sanders, told Fox 5 DC she and Bass had been planning the surprise for more than two months. It went off without a hitch.

“It’s an amazing feeling,” she said.

Bass is set to deploy again next month.

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Tom Homan: President Trump’s action against sanctuary cities will remove public safety threats

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President Trump is “exactly right” to direct his efforts toward combatting sanctuary city policies, retired U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Saturday.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends: Weekend” with host Griff Jenkins, Homan said he is glad the president is turning his attention toward the issue.

“The Congress isn’t going to fix it,” he stated. “I asked them two years ago to fix it. They are not going to fix it. They want it to be a 2020 issue.”

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Speaking in Washington on Friday, the president vowed to oppose sanctuary cities not complying with federal law or ICE agents.

“Not one more American life should be stolen by sanctuary cities,” he said. “That’s why we are calling on Congress to pass legislation giving American victims the right to sue sanctuary cities, and hold them accountable for the suffering and the damages that they have caused.”

On Friday, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is set to deploy Border Patrol agents to sanctuary jurisdictions across the U.S. to help ICE track down and detain illegal immigrants freed by left-wing cities and states.

One hundred specially trained officers will work with ICE from February to May. Among the agents are members of an elite unit, which the Times describes as the SWAT team of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

“But look,” Homan reacted, “back when I was the ICE director and California passed their sanctuary law, I sent a lot of additional agents out to California and they said it was retaliation. It wasn’t retaliation.”

“When you take an agent out of the jail — an agent that can process 10 illegal [immigrants] during a shift — and you choose to kick the officer out of the jail, then release those 10 illegal [immigrants], it takes a whole fugitive operations team to try to find this person on his turf who has access to who knows what weapons,” he explained.

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“This will help arrest those that are public safety threats and take them off our streets,” he told Jenkins.

Homan said the president’s crackdown on sanctuary policies would send a strong message that the country is “not open to illegal immigration.”

“If you are lucky enough to get by the border patrol, you are not home-free no matter what the Democrat leadership wants to say. You can go to the so-called sanctuary cities,” he concluded. “There is no sanctuary. ICE is not going to allow sanctuary; neither is Border Patrol.”

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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Tom Homan: President Trump’s action against sanctuary cities will remove public safety threats

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President Trump is “exactly right” to direct his efforts toward combatting sanctuary city policies, retired U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Saturday.

Appearing on “Fox & Friends: Weekend” with host Griff Jenkins, Homan said he is glad the president is turning his attention toward the issue.

“The Congress isn’t going to fix it,” he stated. “I asked them two years ago to fix it. They are not going to fix it. They want it to be a 2020 issue.”

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Speaking in Washington on Friday, the president vowed to oppose sanctuary cities not complying with federal law or ICE agents.

“Not one more American life should be stolen by sanctuary cities,” he said. “That’s why we are calling on Congress to pass legislation giving American victims the right to sue sanctuary cities, and hold them accountable for the suffering and the damages that they have caused.”

On Friday, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration is set to deploy Border Patrol agents to sanctuary jurisdictions across the U.S. to help ICE track down and detain illegal immigrants freed by left-wing cities and states.

One hundred specially trained officers will work with ICE from February to May. Among the agents are members of an elite unit, which the Times describes as the SWAT team of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

“But look,” Homan reacted, “back when I was the ICE director and California passed their sanctuary law, I sent a lot of additional agents out to California and they said it was retaliation. It wasn’t retaliation.”

“When you take an agent out of the jail — an agent that can process 10 illegal [immigrants] during a shift — and you choose to kick the officer out of the jail, then release those 10 illegal [immigrants], it takes a whole fugitive operations team to try to find this person on his turf who has access to who knows what weapons,” he explained.

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“This will help arrest those that are public safety threats and take them off our streets,” he told Jenkins.

Homan said the president’s crackdown on sanctuary policies would send a strong message that the country is “not open to illegal immigration.”

“If you are lucky enough to get by the border patrol, you are not home-free no matter what the Democrat leadership wants to say. You can go to the so-called sanctuary cities,” he concluded. “There is no sanctuary. ICE is not going to allow sanctuary; neither is Border Patrol.”

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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Esper optimistic about Taliban deal, warns of risk involved in political agreements

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A new U.S. deal with the Taliban could see a reduction in violence by Monday but Defense Secretary Mark Esper is cautiously optimistic about its effectiveness.

Esper said on Saturday the deal “looks very promising” and could lead to American troops’ withdrawal from Afghanistan. He was speaking at the Munich Security Conference just a day before the deal’s expected announcement.

The deal was negotiated between the U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad and the Taliban, Esper said. The top defense official warned that political agreements involved risk.

“It’s my view as well that we have to give peace a chance, that the best if not the only way forward in Afghanistan is through a political agreement and that means taking some risk,” Esper said.

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“That means enabling our diplomats and that means working together with our partners and allies on the ground to affect such a thing.”

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani hasn’t spoken publicly about the agreement, but according to Esper, he is “fully on board.”

“He wants to lead his part of the process, which if we get to that would be a peace deal that would involve very soon afterward an inter-Afghan negotiation,” Esper said. “He wants to be clearly a full partner in that and wants to lead on that and make sure that all Afghans come together.”

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Esper told reporters that the U.S. troop levels could be reduced to about 8,600 — from 12,000 currently in the country —  if the 7-day truce is successful. However, the Defense Department said counterterrorism operations will continue in the country.

“Under any agreement, General Miller retains the authorities necessary to protect U.S. national security interests, including the authorities and capabilities to strike ISIS-K and al-Qaida,“ Pentagon spokeswoman Alyssa Farah said. Esper declined to say whether the U.S. had agreed to cut its troop levels in Afghanistan to zero.

Separately on Saturday, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg told the security conference that he also supported the plan but stressed that the alliance’s mission in Afghanistan would continue in the short- and medium-term.

“We are not leaving Afghanistan but we are prepared to adjust our force level if the Taliban demonstrates the will and the capability to reduce violence and make real compromises that could pave the way for negotiations among Afghans for sustainable peace,” he said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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