Trump’s returning to the White House after a two-week “working vacation” and says he’s unhappy with the news that’s been reported since he’s been gone. Shocker! “Heading back to Washington after working hard and watching some of the worst and most dishonest Fake News reporting I have ever seen!” he tweeted on Sunday night. His message comes two days after Steve Bannon stepped down as senior advisor and made his way back to Breitbart. A few hours later, the president posted a tweet sending “thoughts & prayers” to those involved in the USS John S. McCain collision, though word on the street is he initially told reporters “that’s too bad” when hearing of the news.
Law enforcement gathered in Brooklyn on Saturday in support of Colin Kaepernick, who remains unemployed due to his stance on racism and police brutality. “The fact that this man is no longer in the NFL has nothing to do with stats on the football field, but for taking a knee and pointing out some of the flaws that have been tormenting people of color in this country for decades,” Darius Gordon of the Justice League NYC said. NYPD Sgt. Edwin Raymond, who helped organize the Brooklyn event also stated, “What Colin Kaepernick did is try to bring awareness that this nation unfortunately has ignored for far too long. And that’s the issue of racism in America and policing in America. We decided to gather here today because of the way he’s being railroaded for speaking the obvious truth.” Standing with Gordon and Raymond were groups of NYPD officers wearing “#ImWithKap” t-shirts. The event took place three weeks ahead of the new NFL season.
Comedian and filmmaker Jerry Lewis died in his home on Sunday at age 91. According to reports, he died of natural causes and was in the company of his family. The news was confirmed by publicist Candi Cazau.
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