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US Must Keep DACA and Accept New Applications, Federal Judge Rules – New York Times


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US Must Keep DACA and Accept New Applications, Federal Judge Rules
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In the biggest setback yet for the Trump administration in its attempt to end a program that shields some undocumented young adults from deportation, a federal judge ruled Tuesday that the protections must stay in place and that the government must
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Audrey Roloff Extends Peace Offering to Jacob Roloff… But Does He Accept?

According to a new report, Audrey Roloff recently took a break from sending messages about marriage, family and God to do something else on social media:

Reach out to her brother-in-law.

Audrey Roloff Looks Cute

About two months ago, rumors first surfaced that Audrey and Jacob Roloff did not exactly see eye-to-eye.

Or nose-to-nose. Or ear-to-ear. Or really any body part to any body part.

What we’re saying and what we’ve alleged in the past is this: Audrey and Jacob just don’t get along.

What led certain outlets to make this claim?

The main evidence centers around Instagram and two facts surrounding this popular platform:

ONE, the public realized that Audrey and Jeremy don’t actually follow each other’s accounts.

TWO, nary a photo exists that features both Audrey and Jacob in the same place, which may be telling considering how frequently all other family members appear to hang out.

As for why these reality star may not be on the best of terms?

Jacob Roloff and Isabel

Audrey is very into God and Christianity, while Jacob, to put it simply, is not.

He’s openly agnostic.

Moreover, Audrey has been accused of being a tad bit fake and manipulative, often sharing personal notes about her family and faith… while simultaneously shilling for various products.

And anyone who has kept close track of Jacob over the last two years or so is well aware that he hates nothing more than phoniness.

Heck, Jacob quit Little People, Big World in the summer of 2016 specifically because he couldn’t handle how scripted and fake his family’s reality show had become.

So anyway. This brings us all back to Audrey and Jacob’s rumored feud.

A source tells Radar Online that the former has tried to put an end to it over the last few weeks by Liking nearly all of Jacob’s Instagram pictures.

She’s reached out on social media, this insider says, but Jacob is yet to return the favor.

Audrey Roloff Poses on Instagram

He still does not follow Audrey’s page, despite following every other relative, including his other sister-in-law, Tori, who married brother Zach back in 2015.

But while Audrey may have subtly tried to extend a peace offering to Jacob, she has not yet congratulated him on his December engagement to Isabel Rock.

At least not in public.

Therefore, the jury remains out on this feud.

All it would really take is one photo of Audrey and Jacob together to put an end to this chatter, but until the Internet sees one, it will continue to wonder, speculate and ask questions

That’s just how the Internet rolls.

Only you two can put an end to it, Auds and Jacob.

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British Singer Rebecca Ferguson Will Accept An Invitation To Perform At Donald Trump’s Inauguration — On One BIG Condition!

Even though Donald Trump has had serious trouble filling out his inauguration roster of entertainment choices, it appears as though he’s getting closer to being ready now a few weeks before the event.

The latest news regarding inauguration performances is centered on British singer Rebecca Ferguson, a former X Factor: UK contestant who revealed more on Monday about being asked to perform for The Donald in Washington, D.C. in a few weeks.

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Ferguson herself spoke about the invitation on Monday, sharing a statement on Twitter that read, in full (below):

“I’ve been asked and this is my answer. If you allow me to sing ‘strange fruit’ a song that has huge historical importance, a song that was blacklisted in the United States for being too controversial. A song that speaks to all the disregarded and down trodden black people in the United States. A song that is a reminder of how love is the only thing that will conquer all the hatred in this world, then I will graciously accept your invitation and see you in Washington.”

Wow!!

Here’s the full tweet (below):

For those who don’t know, Strange Fruit is a song that was originally a poem — written by Abel Meeropol — that deals with lynchings of African-Americans in the 20th century in the United States.

It was first recorded as a song by Billie Holliday, and later also recorded by others, including Nina Simone.

Here’s Holliday singing it (below):

Powerful!!

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Good for Ferguson for standing her ground on that statement — something tells us her words here make it doubtful that she’ll actually be performing at the inauguration, after all.

No word yet from the Trump camp on this, or any other inauguration performers.

For what it’s worth, Trump himself is tweeting about nuclear war this Monday afternoon (below):

Uh-oh.

Well, at least Ferguson took a stand!!

[Image via TNYF/Daniel Deme/WENN.]

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Here We Go Again — Donald Trump Hints He May Not Accept Election Outcome If Hillary Clinton Wins

Oh, Donald, Donald, Donald…

Donald Trump is at it yet again, and this time, the GOP presidential candidate is doubling down on something he said in a very ugly way a few months ago: he’s unsure he will accept the outcome of November’s election in the US should Hillary Clinton defeat him.

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The Donald spoke to the New York Times on Friday night in an exceptionally aggressive, unhinged manner and tone — which makes some sense, considering the things he’s been doing lately — and yet the key moment came early in their interview.

When asked about what he said Monday at the debates, where he without a doubt stated at the time that he would “absolutely” respect the results of next month’s presidential election, the Donald changed his tune.

He told reporters a very vague thing:

“We’re going to have to see. We’re going to see what happens. We’re going to have to see.”

Uhh… really???

We’re going through this garbage again?!

This comes on the same day where earlier, at a rally in Detroit, Trump once again brought up complaints of a “rigged” election, telling supporters that voter fraud is a “big, big problem” in America (it’s not) and urging them to “go and watch the polling places and make sure it is on the up and up.”

Oh boy.

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Of course, this also comes after The Donald is going to double down on Bill Clinton‘s infidelities while in office in the 1990s, because apparently the Republican has literally nothing else upon which to attack Hillary.

Trump said about that:

“Hillary was an enabler, and she attacked the women who Bill Clinton mistreated afterward. I think it’s a serious problem for them, and it’s something that I’m considering talking about more in the near future.”

Of course, that’ll come without him acknowledging his own cheating scandals that were endless during the 1990s.

Related: Joe Biden DRAGS Trump On The Tonight Show!

About his hypocritical scandals and choosing to focus upon Clinton, Trump said:

“I don’t talk about it. I wasn’t president of the United States. I don’t talk about it. When you think of the fact that he was impeached, the country was in turmoil, turmoil, absolute turmoil. He lied with Monica Lewinsky and paid a massive penalty.”

Uh-huh.

Further proving he’s the most out-of-touch person in America — and, distressingly, the most dangerous potential politician we’ve seen in a LONG time.

[Image via NBC.]

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