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Hannah Jeter said she went into hiding after gaining 70 pounds during pregnancy

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Hannah Jeter opened up about struggling to get back into shape after giving birth to her children.

Hannah, 29, shares two daughters with husband, Derek Jeter — Story Grey and Bella Raine.

She told Editorialist Magazine “I went into hiding” after gaining 70 pounds in her first pregnancy and 55 in her second.

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“No one really saw me, but I have pictures,” the model said. “I alw

ays thought, you know, I’m going to have kids and go right back to work and pop back into shape and it’s not that easy.”

She said after trying intermittent fasting, she began to lose weight, had more energy and “just felt incredible.”

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Jeter, 29, says she tries to limit her kids screen time and runs to Michael’s craft store “like, twice a week. Most days my husband comes home and he’s like, ‘Holy crap’ — because I’m covered in paint or glue. I was literally painting a birdhouse yesterday.”

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Trump Trashes Pence Aide And Witness: ‘Never Trumper!’

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President Donald Trump lashed out on Sunday against Jennifer Williams, a foreign policy aide to Vice President Mike Pence who has become the latest impeachment inquiry witness to be targeted by the president’s wrath.

“Tell Jennifer Williams, whoever that is, to read BOTH transcripts of the presidential calls, & see the just released ststement from Ukraine,” Trump tweeted, misspelling “statement.” “Then she should meet with the other Never Trumpers, who I don’t know & mostly never even heard of, & work out a better presidential attack!”

Pence’s spokesperson offered no defense of Williams, telling CNN: “Jennifer is a State Department employee.”

On Saturday, House lawmakers released a transcript of Williams’ testimony on Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which is at the heart of impeachment proceedings. A rough transcript of the call shows Trump sought Zelensky’s help with a corruption probe of former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, based on unsubstantiated allegations.

Earlier this month, Williams told Intelligence Committee members that the conversation on which she listened in, “struck me as unusual and inappropriate.”

She described the discussion as “more political in nature” than Trump’s communications with other foreign leaders, noting that he was concerned with his “personal political agenda.”

The call, which occurred while American military aid was being withheld from Ukraine, has raised questions over whether Trump was attempting to broker a quid pro quo while soliciting interference in the 2020 election to handicap his Democratic rival.

Trump has already bashed other impeachment witnesses, including former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch who hadn’t even left Friday’s hearing before he assailed her decadeslong career online.

In a tweet, Trump claimed that “everywhere” she “went turned bad.” Yovanovitch, responding in real time, called the rebuke “intimidating.”

Speaking to reporters, Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) characterized Trump’s remarks as “witness intimidation.”

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Pelosi Says Trump Should Stop Tweeting And Come Testify

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited President Donald Trump to testify in front of investigators in the House impeachment inquiry ahead of a week that will see several key witnesses appear publicly.

Pushing back against accusations from the president that the process has been stacked against him, Pelosi said Trump is welcome to appear or answer questions in writing, if he chooses.

“If he has information that is exculpatory, that means ex, taking away, culpable, blame, then we look forward to seeing it,” she said in an interview that aired Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” Trump “could come right before the committee and talk, speak all the truth that he wants if he wants,” she said.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer echoed that suggestion.

“If Donald Trump doesn’t agree with what he’s hearing, doesn’t like what he’s hearing, he shouldn’t tweet. He should come to the committee and testify under oath. And he should allow all those around him to come to the committee and testify under oath,” Schumer told reporters. He said the White House’s insistence on blocking witnesses from cooperating begs the question: “What is he hiding?”

Trump on Monday said he would “strongly consider” Pelosi’s suggestion that he testify.

“Even though I did nothing wrong, and don’t like giving credibility to this No Due Process Hoax, I like the idea & will, in order to get Congress focused again, strongly consider it!” the president tweeted.

The comments come as the House Intelligence Committee prepares for a second week of public hearings as part of its inquiry, including with the man who is arguably the most important witness. Gordon Sondland, Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, is the only person interviewed to date who had conversations directly with the president because the White House has blocked others from cooperating with what they dismiss as a sham investigation. And testimony suggests he was intimately involved in discussions that are at the heart of the investigation into whether Trump held up U.S. military aid to Ukraine to try to pressure the county’s president to announce an investigation into Democrats, including former Vice President Joe Biden, a leading 2020 candidate, and his son, Hunter.

Multiple witnesses overheard a phone call in which Trump and Sondland reportedly discussed efforts to push for the investigations. In private testimony to impeachment investigators made public Saturday, Tim Morrison, a former National Security Council aide and longtime Republican defense hawk, said Sondland told him he was discussing Ukraine matters directly with Trump.

Morrison said Sondland and Trump had spoken approximately five times between July 15 and Sept. 11 — the weeks that $391 million in U.S. assistance was withheld from Ukraine before it was released.

And he recounted that Sondland told a top Ukrainian official in a meeting that the vital U.S. military assistance might be freed up if the country’s top prosecutor “would go to the mike and announce that he was opening the Burisma investigation.” Burisma is the gas company that hired Hunter Biden.

Morrison’s testimony contradicted much of what Sondland told congressional investigators during his own closed-door deposition, which the ambassador later amended.

Trump has said he has no recollection of the overheard call and has suggested he barely knew Sondland, a wealthy donor to his 2016 campaign. But Democrats are hoping he sheds new light on the discussions.

“I’m not going to try to prejudge his testimony,” Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., said on “Fox News Sunday.” But he suggested, “it was not lost on Ambassador Sondland what happened to the president’s close associate Roger Stone for lying to Congress, to Michael Cohen for lying to Congress. My guess is that Ambassador Sondland is going to do his level best to tell the truth, because otherwise he may have a very unpleasant legal future in front of him.”

The committee will also be interviewing a long list of others. On Tuesday, they’ll hear from Morrison along with Jennifer Williams, an aide to Vice President Mike Pence, Alexander Vindman, the director for European affairs at the National Security Council, and Kurt Volker, the former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine.

On Wednesday the committee will hear from Sondland in addition to Laura Cooper, a deputy assistant secretary of defense, and David Hale, a State Department official. And on Thursday, Fiona Hill, a former top NSC staffer for Europe and Russia, will appear.

Trump, meanwhile, continued to tweet and retweet a steady stream of commentary from supporters as he bashed “The Crazed, Do Nothing Democrats” for “turning Impeachment into a routine partisan weapon.”

“That is very bad for our Country, and not what the Founders had in mind!!!!” he wrote.

He also tweeted a doctored video exchange between Rep. Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the Intelligence Committee, and Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, in which Schiff said he did not know the identity of the whistleblower whose complaint triggered the inquiry. The clip has been altered to show Schiff wearing a referee’s uniform and loudly blowing a whistle.

In her CBS interview, Pelosi vowed to protect the whistleblower, whom Trump has said should be forced to come forward despite longstanding whistleblower protections.

“I will make sure he does not intimidate the whistleblower,” Pelosi said.

Trump has been under fire for his treatment of one of the witnesses, the former ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, whom Trump criticized by tweet as she was testifying last week.

That attack prompted accusations of witness intimidation from Democrats and even some criticism from Republicans, who have been largely united in their defense of Trump

“I think, along with most people, I find the president’s tweet generally unfortunate,” said Ohio Republican Rep. Mike Turner on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Still, he insisted that tweets were “certainly not impeachable and it’s certainly not criminal. And it’s certainly not witness intimidation,” even if Yovanovitch said she felt intimidated by the attacks.

Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, said Trump “communicates in ways that sometimes I wouldn’t,” but dismissed the significance of the attacks.

“If your basis for impeachment is going to include a tweet, that shows how weak the evidence for that impeachment is,” he said on ABC’s “This Week.”

And the backlash didn’t stop Trump from lashing out at yet another witness, this time Pence aide Williams. He directed her in a Sunday tweet to “meet with the other Never Trumpers, who I don’t know & mostly never even heard of, & work out a better presidential attack!”

Associated Press writer Hope Yen and HuffPost reporter Hayley Miller contributed to this report. 

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Pelosi Says Trump Welcome To Testify In Impeachment Inquiry

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited President Donald Trump to testify in front of investigators in the House impeachment inquiry ahead of a week that will see several key witnesses appear publicly.

Pushing back against accusations from the president that the process has been stacked against him, Pelosi said Trump is welcome to appear or answer questions in writing, if he chooses.

“If he has information that is exculpatory, that means ex, taking away, culpable, blame, then we look forward to seeing it,” she said in an interview that aired Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” Trump “could come right before the committee and talk, speak all the truth that he wants if he wants,” she said.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer echoed that suggestion.

“If Donald Trump doesn’t agree with what he’s hearing, doesn’t like what he’s hearing, he shouldn’t tweet. He should come to the committee and testify under oath. And he should allow all those around him to come to the committee and testify under oath,” Schumer told reporters. He said the White House’s insistence on blocking witnesses from cooperating begs the question: “What is he hiding?”

The comments come as the House Intelligence Committee prepares for a second week of public hearings as part of its inquiry, including with the man who is arguably the most important witness. Gordon Sondland, Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, is the only person interviewed to date who had conversations directly with the president because the White House has blocked others from cooperating with what they dismiss as a sham investigation. And testimony suggests he was intimately involved in discussions that are at the heart of the investigation into whether Trump held up U.S. military aid to Ukraine to try to pressure the county’s president to announce an investigation into Democrats, including former Vice President Joe Biden, a leading 2020 candidate, and his son, Hunter.

Multiple witnesses overheard a phone call in which Trump and Sondland reportedly discussed efforts to push for the investigations. In private testimony to impeachment investigators made public Saturday, Tim Morrison, a former National Security Council aide and longtime Republican defense hawk, said Sondland told him he was discussing Ukraine matters directly with Trump.

Morrison said Sondland and Trump had spoken approximately five times between July 15 and Sept. 11 — the weeks that $391 million in U.S. assistance was withheld from Ukraine before it was released.

And he recounted that Sondland told a top Ukrainian official in a meeting that the vital U.S. military assistance might be freed up if the country’s top prosecutor “would go to the mike and announce that he was opening the Burisma investigation.” Burisma is the gas company that hired Hunter Biden.

Morrison’s testimony contradicted much of what Sondland told congressional investigators during his own closed-door deposition, which the ambassador later amended.

Trump has said he has no recollection of the overheard call and has suggested he barely knew Sondland, a wealthy donor to his 2016 campaign. But Democrats are hoping he sheds new light on the discussions.

“I’m not going to try to prejudge his testimony,” Rep. Jim Himes, D-Conn., said on “Fox News Sunday.” But he suggested, “it was not lost on Ambassador Sondland what happened to the president’s close associate Roger Stone for lying to Congress, to Michael Cohen for lying to Congress. My guess is that Ambassador Sondland is going to do his level best to tell the truth, because otherwise he may have a very unpleasant legal future in front of him.”

The committee will also be interviewing a long list of others. On Tuesday, they’ll hear from Morrison along with Jennifer Williams, an aide to Vice President Mike Pence, Alexander Vindman, the director for European affairs at the National Security Council, and Kurt Volker, the former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine.

On Wednesday the committee will hear from Sondland in addition to Laura Cooper, a deputy assistant secretary of defense, and David Hale, a State Department official. And on Thursday, Fiona Hill, a former top NSC staffer for Europe and Russia, will appear.

Trump, meanwhile, continued to tweet and retweet a steady stream of commentary from supporters as he bashed “The Crazed, Do Nothing Democrats” for “turning Impeachment into a routine partisan weapon.”

“That is very bad for our Country, and not what the Founders had in mind!!!!” he wrote.

He also tweeted a doctored video exchange between Rep. Adam Schiff, the Democratic chairman of the Intelligence Committee, and Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, in which Schiff said he did not know the identity of the whistleblower whose complaint triggered the inquiry. The clip has been altered to show Schiff wearing a referee’s uniform and loudly blowing a whistle.

In her CBS interview, Pelosi vowed to protect the whistleblower, whom Trump has said should be forced to come forward despite longstanding whistleblower protections.

“I will make sure he does not intimidate the whistleblower,” Pelosi said.

Trump has been under fire for his treatment of one of the witnesses, the former ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, whom Trump criticized by tweet as she was testifying last week.

That attack prompted accusations of witness intimidation from Democrats and even some criticism from Republicans, who have been largely united in their defense of Trump

“I think, along with most people, I find the president’s tweet generally unfortunate,” said Ohio Republican Rep. Mike Turner on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Still, he insisted that tweets were “certainly not impeachable and it’s certainly not criminal. And it’s certainly not witness intimidation,” even if Yovanovitch said she felt intimidated by the attacks.

Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, said Trump “communicates in ways that sometimes I wouldn’t,” but dismissed the significance of the attacks.

“If your basis for impeachment is going to include a tweet, that shows how weak the evidence for that impeachment is,” he said on ABC’s “This Week.”

And the backlash didn’t stop Trump from lashing out at yet another witness, this time Pence aide Williams. He directed her in a Sunday tweet to “meet with the other Never Trumpers, who I don’t know & mostly never even heard of, & work out a better presidential attack!”

Associated Press writer Hope Yen contributed to this report.

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China sails carrier fleet through Taiwan Strait in apparent message days after US warship crossed

China has sailed an aircraft carrier fleet through the Taiwan Strait — just days after a U.S. warship crossed the waterway — in an apparent message to the self-ruled island and its allies ahead of the Asian nation’s 2020 presidential election.

The fleet was spotted Sunday sailing southbound through the strait, Taiwan’s defense ministry said.

The vessels stayed on China’s side of the waterway, escorting its first entirely home-built aircraft carrier, as U.S. and Japanese ships trailed behind.

US WARSHIP SAILS THROUGH TAIWAN STRAIT IN MESSAGE TO CHINA

The ministry said Taiwan scrambled ships and jets to monitor the still-unnamed carrier and its accompanying fleet, asking its citizens not to worry. Officials didn’t give further details.

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The Chinese Navy fleet’s still-unnamed carrier (not pictured) was the latest vessel to pass through the strait. Its last vessel to make the voyage was the aircraft carrier Liaoning (pictured above) in June. (Getty, File)

The display came less than a week after the USS Chancellorsville, a guided-missile cruiser, transited the Taiwan Strait in a move that likely irked China. It was the U.S. Navy’s ninth such transit this year.

China has condemned previous U.S. voyages in the Taiwan Strait, claiming the U.S. was meddling in the China-Taiwan issue.

China has viewed Taiwan as a breakaway province and has passed aircraft carriers into the strait since Taiwan’s President Tsai lng-wen took office in 2016. China has resented Tsai for declining to see Taiwan and China as parts of the same country — and for her improved relations with Washington.

HONG KONG POLICE OFFICER SHOT WITH ARROW, PROTESTERS SET FIRES AS CHINESE TROOPS APPEAR TO CLEAN STREETS

“Beijing is increasingly resorting to coercion and intimidation to advance its strategic objectives, at the expense of other nations,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper said in Bangkok earlier Sunday, without mentioning the passage of the Chinese carrier.

China and Taiwan have been ruled separately since the Chinese civil war of the 1940s, when Chiang Kai-shek’s Nationalists lost to the Communists and rebased their government on the island 100 miles away.

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China’s President Xi Jinping said in January that if a peaceful “reunification” proved impossible, China had the right to use force to secure Taiwan under its rule, Reuters reported.

The transits through the Taiwan Strait came as Chinese officials have cracked down on pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, arresting more than 3,000 people since this past June.

Fox News’ Lucas Tomlinson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Hong Kong Protests Intensify With Molotov Cocktails And Arrows

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Violence erupted this weekend around a besieged Hong Kong university, as protesters threw petrol bombs and fired arrows at police in an attempt to keep control of the campus.

Hong Kong police appealed to protesters early Monday, local time, to leave the scene of an intense stand-off and threatened to respond with live bullets if protesters continue to use what they called “lethal weapons.” The warning came as a fiery clash between protesters and police outside the Hong Kong Polytechnic University entered its second night. Protesters have been hurling gasoline bombs while police have answered with tear gas and water cannons.

The weekend began with relative calm Saturday morning, but then turned into some of the most dramatic scenes the protests have seen yet. The clashes represent a substantial escalation in the nearly six months of turbulence, and sets the stage for another week of violence in China’s semi-autonomous region.

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The confrontation between protesters holed up inside the campus and the police has turned the grounds of Polytechnic University into a war zone. Tear gas canisters, debris and bricks dug up by protesters to block roads all litter the surrounding streets. Protesters shot arrows down on police and hurled scores of crude but effective gasoline bombs, some targeting water cannons that were used to drench demonstrators in deep blue torrents of dyed water.

Police say protesters burnt part of a footbridge they had turned into a garrison, and vandalized buildings. In the course of the unrest, protesters have repeatedly shut down Hong Kong’s Cross-Harbor Tunnel that connects the island with Kowloon peninsula.

“We are not afraid,” a year-three student Ah Long, who chose not to disclose his full name, told Reuters. “If we don’t persist, we will fail. So why not (go) all in,” he said.

As the stand-off persisted into the early hours of Monday morning, local media report that presidents of five universities issued a joint statement, calling for “restraint from all parties.”

The months of unrest has alarmed Beijing, and this past week Chinese President Xi Jinping encouraged local leaders to restore order.

“We sternly support the Hong Kong police to take forceful actions in enforcing the law, and the Hong Kong judiciary to punish in accordance with the law those who have committed violent crimes,” the state news agency Xinhua quoted him as saying.

Sunday’s violence comes after the Chinese People’s Liberation Army made a rare public showing to clean up Hong Kong’s protest-worn streets. Soldiers from the Chinese army jogged out of their barracks dressed in black shorts and khaki green T-shirts, carrying buckets and brooms, clearing the streets of bricks and barricades left by demonstrators. It was the first time the PLA has appeared during the protests, and stoked fears among many Hong Kong residents that the Chinese army would be used to crackdown on the turmoil, reviving memories of Tienanmen Square 30 years ago.

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Olivia Culpo longs for the sun in throwback shot

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Olivia Culpo isn’t ready to let go of the sun.

The model, who just wrapped up a vacation in Bali, is yearning for warmer weather. She posted a picture of herself lounging in a bathing suit in St. Barth.

“Gimme that back please!” Culpo captioned the series of pics.

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It was recently announced that the model will return for her third year in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, set to hit stands in 2020.

Back in February, Culpo opened up to Fox News about how she prepares for the big photoshoots, including her “really strict diet.”

“No sugar. No carbs. No alcohol,” she said. “Basically, all protein and fiber, and the only kinds of carbs I’ll have is sweet potato or greens or fruit.”

Despite watching what she eats ahead of photoshoots, Culpo said diets aren’t something she strictly follows in her normal day-to-day life.

“I really don’t believe in dieting,” she said. “I notice that when I have a shoot coming up or when I’m being really diligent about my diet, I can pretty much do it up until the day or two before and then I start to go crazy, and basically self-sabotage myself. As soon as I tell myself I can’t have sweets, then I really want sweets.”

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Culpo — who loves indulging in ice cream, pizza “and/or” alcohol — also credits her fitness routine to allowing her to splurge whenever she wants.

“I love working out,” she said. “I feel like if I didn’t work out as much as I did, I probably wouldn’t be able to get away with eating the way that I eat, so for me, it works out well.”

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Democrats Not Headed Too Far Left, Says Ocasio-Cortez, ‘We Are Bringing the Party Home’: “I want to be the party of the New Deal again,” says the progressive congresswoman from New York. “The party of the Civil Rights Act, the one that electrified this nation and fights for all people.”

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Kanye West addresses Joel Osteen’s church: I’m ‘in service to God’

Kanye West addressed parishioners at Joel Osteen’s Houston megachurch on Sunday where he said his recent spiritual awakening has made him realize he’s no longer in the service of fame and money but “in service to God.”

West spoke to a crowd of around 16,000 people at Lakewood Church’s 11 a.m. service.

During a 20-minute interview with Osteen before about 16,000 Lakewood Church parishioners, West told the packed crowd about his recent conversion to Christianity and how God has been inspiring him.

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“I know that God has been calling me for a long time and the devil has been distracting me for a long time,” West said as he stood next to Osteen.

The rapper shared that at his lowest point, when he was hospitalized in 2016 after a “mental breakdown,” God “was there with me, sending me visions, inspiring me.”

Last month, West released “Jesus is King,” a Gospel-themed album that’s been described as Christian rap.

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West also was scheduled to perform Sunday evening at Lakewood with his “Sunday Service,” a church-like concert featuring a choir. Tickets for the free concert were distributed through Ticketmaster and sold out within minutes on Saturday, though some people have been reselling them for hundreds of dollars.

KANYE WEST’S SUNDAY SERVICE HAD ‘OVER 1,000’ COMMIT THEIR LIVES TO CHRIST: ‘NEW WAVE OF REVIVAL’

West has been traveling around the U.S. holding his “Sunday Service” concerts since January, including at the Coachella festival, an outdoor shopping center in Salt Lake City and at an Atlanta-area megachurch.

On Friday, he and his choir performed for inmates at the Harris County Jail in Houston.

During Sunday’s appearance, West touched on a variety of topics, including religion, the perils of fame and money and going to church as a child. He also talked about how he used to approach things, telling parishioners that “all of that arrogance” that people had seen in him, he is “now using it for God.”

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West performs during 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 20, 2019 in Indio, California. (Timothy Norris/Getty Images for Coachella)

“The only superstar is Jesus,” West said as the crowd applauded loudly.

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Lakewood Church, where more than 43,000 people attend services each week, has become the largest church in the U.S. It holds services at the former Compaq Center, which was once the home of the Houston Rockets.

Osteen’s weekly television program is viewed by more than 13 million households in the U.S. and millions more in more than 100 nations around the world.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Bristol Palin is Instagram official with new boyfriend Janson Moore

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Bristol Palin has a new beau.

The former “Teen Mom OG” star, 29, shared a picture of herself with boyfriend, Janson Moore, 24, on Saturday.

Her mom, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin seems to approve of the new couple as she commented on her daughter’s post, “Okeyyyyy!” along with a football emoji.

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According to Us Weekly, Janson is a medical sales rep. The couple seemed to be enjoying themselves at the Texas A&M football game. Bristol captioned the photo with a heart-eyed emoji.

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This is her first public relationship since divorcing Dakota Meyer. The former couple married in June 2016, and welcomed two children, before ending their marriage in February 2018. Their divorce was finalized six months later.

Bristol is also a mom to Tripp, 10, whom she shares with ex-fiance, Levi Johnston.

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