Trump sent back to where he's originally from!

Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH the adorable racist Donald Trump complains about America so much, true patriots send him back to where he's originally from.
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COVID-19 Isn’t the First Pandemic to Affect Minority Populations Differently. Here’s What We Can Learn From the 1918 Flu
Black influenza death rates exceeded white influenza death rates in the years prior to the 1918 pandemic, but the opposite was true during peak pandemic months
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Oakland A's bench coach apologizes for using gesture that looks like Nazi salute
An Oakland A's coach has apologized for using a gesture that looked like a Nazi salute to greet players after a team win.
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More than 60 players withdraw from 2020 NFL season over coronavirus concerns
The 4 p.m. ET deadline to decide whether players would opt out of the 2020 season because of the coronavirus pandemic has now passed and a spokesperson for the NFL told CNN that out of 2,880 players, 66 players decided to opt out.
Firefighter dubbed ‘Bride of Beirut’ laid to rest in emotional funeral
A female firefighter dubbed the “Bride of Beirut” because she had planned to get married next June has been buried – as her fiancé posted a tribute.
Chrissy Teigen slammed for using Goya beans after vowing to boycott brand for its Trump support: 'Hypocrite'
Chrissy Teigen is being criticized on social media for posting a cooking tutorial featuring Goya beans just weeks after encouraging her followers to boycott the brand.
'Mad Men' star January Jones appears to shoot her shot with notoriously quiet NBA star
January Jones posted photos of Clippers star Kawhi Leonard and wondered whether he could be her future boyfriend--except he's got a long-time girlfriend.
'There are no loopholes': Actress describes 'Camp Quarantine'
At "Camp Quarantine," Tyler Perry has brought more than 300 cast and crew members back to work with frequent testing and adherence to CDC guidelines regarding sanitation and social distancing.
Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Trollhunters’ Series Will End with Animated Netflix Film
Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans is expected to hit Netflix in 2021.
‘The Rain’ Recap: What to Remember Before Season 3
Long story short? Swapping spit may save lives.
Giants mailbag: Patrick Graham will have to get creative with defense
You ask, we answer. The Post is fielding questions from readers about New York’s biggest pro sports teams and getting our beat writers to answer them in a series of regularly published mailbags. In today’s installment: the Giants. What changes within the current roster can Joe Judge and Patrick Graham make to improve the Giants...
Angels are easy pickings for stolen base artists because of pitchers' slow deliveries
Angels pitchers are slow to the plate, and that's the primary reason opponents are stealing bases at an alarming rate. The catchers aren't to blame.
Netflix filmed her surprise divorce. Now she's ready to 'rip off the Band-Aid'
"Selling Sunset" star Chrishell Stause opens up about filming the Netflix reality series, which returns Friday, at a moment of private heartbreak.
‘X-Men’ Is Now on Disney+
What're you watching this weekend, bub?
Online teaching will be a family affair for Burrills
West Ranch baseball coaches Casey and Brady Burrill and four other family members are teachers in William S. Hart Union High School District.
The New Secret Garden Makes Major Changes to the Classic Novel
We break down all the ways Jack Thorne’s movie adaptation overhauls Frances Hodgson Burnett’s story.
Strong storms, flash flood threat head toward areas still recovering from Isaias
More than a million people are still without power in the eastern part of the U.S.
Pandemic plateaus hiring, hurts skilled workers
A resurgence of coronavirus cases in the United States is having a plateau effect on the economic recovery. The July 2020 jobs report from the government shows the pace of hiring has slowed significantly after a short-lived rebound in the spring. (Aug 6)
California Doesn't Have Covid-19 Travel Restrictions. But Here's How to Protect Yourself
Friday: What you can do to protect yourself if you are traveling. Also: The Supreme Court sided with officials at a California jail.
Disney World visitor drives car down staircase outside Wilderness Lodge hotel: 'This is why we can't have nice things!'
You're going the wrong way, sir.
‘Desus & Mero’ Want James Corden to Take Over For Ellen… So That They Can Host ‘Carpool Karaoke’
Give Desus and Mero Carpool Karaoke, cowards!
Cattle ranchers and alternative meat makers are competing for a spot on your dinner plate
The coronavirus pandemic caused disruptions in the meat supply chain, opening a window of opportunity for plant-based burgers. Now cattle ranches and alternative meat makers are competing for a spot on your dinner plate. Barry Petersen reports.
Republicans warn mail-in voting rhetoric could backfire as Trump modifies stance
A growing number of Republicans are concerned the president’s full-court press against voting by mail could depress Republican turnout in the general election.
At risk of closing due to pandemic, independent restaurants seek help from Congress
A new coalition of independent restaurants is pushing for congressional relief. Some analysts project one third of U.S. restaurants are at risk of closing for good. Errol Barnett reports.
US economy added 1.8 million jobs in July
July's job gains are a sharp slowdown from June and a small step for an economy that's still down 12.9 million jobs during the pandemic.
Massachusetts hotel hosts wedding with more than 300 people during COVID-19 pandemic
The Massachusetts hotel also held an event with 190 guests the day after the more than 300-person wedding during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What Joe Biden thinks about Black Americans is 'offensive and gross,' says Iraq veteran
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden thinks the Black community is too “stupid to have a diversity of thought,” said author Rob Smith on Friday.
Melissa Etheridge talks grief and healing after son Beckett's death: 'Is it my fault?'
Melissa Etheridge opened up about her son's recent death in a new interview where she discussed addiction and if his life could have been saved.
US economy’s growth slows in July, adding 1.8 million jobs amid pandemic
The US economy's growth slowed in July, adding just 1.8 million jobs following skyrocketing numbers of COVID-19 cases in states like Texas and Florida.
New York attorney general’s office sues National Rifle Association
New York Attorney General Letitia James held a press conference announcing the state’s lawsuit against the National Rifle Association. Jeff Pegues reports.
Employers slowed hiring in July as coronavirus spread
So far, less than half of the jobs lost in March and April have returned.
Watch Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s wild ‘WAP’ video with Kylie Jenner
The video, which Cardi described as being censored due to it having some “nasty ass s--t,” is still plenty sensual.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion drop 'WAP' song, music video and Twitter users have thoughts
Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B are bringing fierceness with their music video for "WAP." Twitter had some reactions for Kylie Jenner's cameo.
US adds 1.8 million jobs in July amid coronavirus pandemic
U.S. adds 1.8 million jobs in July amid coronavirus pandemic, according to the new jobs report.
New York teachers' unions demand 'immediate closure' of schools over a single coronavirus case
New York teachers’ unions this week said that just one positive case of COVID-19 in a school should prompt an “immediate closure” for 14 days, as the groups roll out their proposals for the fall 2020 semester amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ex-con arrested after video showed him threatening NJ Costco employee
A New Jersey ex-con caught on video berating a Costco cashier — calling the woman an “old hag” — has been arrested for making terroristic threats, police said. William Gilbert Commauf, 48, of Barnegat, was taken in custody Wednesday by Stafford Township police after he was identified in video posted to social media showing the...
Protests mount against Lebanese government over deadly Beirut blast
People in Beirut are protesting against the government, after a giant explosion killed more than 150 people. They're angry over accusations of government corruption they believe led to Tuesday's blast. Imtiaz Tyab is in Beirut, speaking to survivors.
Chronic fatigue syndrome a possible long-term effect of Covid-19, experts say
US economy added 1.8 million jobs in July but still down nearly 13 million jobs during the pandemic
The US economy added another 1.8 million jobs in July, a sharp slowdown from June and a small step for an economy that's still down 12.9 million jobs during the pandemic.
Long Road To Recovery: Hiring Slows In July, As U.S. Employers Add 1.8 Million Jobs
U.S. employers added 1.8 million jobs in July, down from 4.8 million the month before. The unemployment rate inched down to 10.2%.
U.S. Economy Adds 1.8 Million Jobs in July, Unemployment Rate Fall to 10.2%
Economists had forecast an addition of 1.5 million jobs and a decline in the unemployment rate to 10.6 percent.
Washington Football Team makes 2 noticeable changes in post-Redskins era
The Washington Football Team revealed two key changes to its organization this week.
No deal: Democrats and White House negotiators clash over coronavirus relief bill
After a more than three-hour meeting, Democrats and White House negotiators still don’t have a deal on coronavirus relief for nearly 30 million Americans. The president is now threatening to take executive action if the two sides can’t come to an agreement. Weijia Jiang reports.
Wired: Microsoft’s 'Roots in China' Are Key to Buying TikTok
In a recent article, Wired magazine outlines how U.S. tech giant Microsoft's business relationships in China have positioned the company to buy the Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok.
HBO’s ‘Lovecraft Country’ is a Thrilling Ode to Pulp Fiction
HBO's new show casts Jonathan Majors as the all-American hero in all your genre story faves.
Mike Pence is 'totally right' to criticize Justice Roberts and conservatives are deeply 'alarmed,' says Carrie Severino
Vice President Mike Pence is "totally right" in his criticism of Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts as the court is once again a paramount issue for voters going to the polls in November, author and former Supreme Court clerk Carrie Severino told "Fox & Friends" Friday.
Amway Coaches Poll foreshadows a college football season of volatility, unpredictability
In a year without precedent in college football history, the Coaches Poll may end up reclaiming a deciding role in dictating the national champion.
Flight From the Cities: Zillow Stock Soars as Sales and Earnings Beat Wall Street's Expectations
"he changing needs of our homes has served as a catalyst for the pent up inherent demand in peoples’ desire to move," Zillow's CEO said.
Mick Jagger and Paul Mescal reveal the Rolling Stones’ drunken ‘Scarlet’ video
“You were obviously having so much fun in this empty hotel,”