Celebrity News August 25, 2015

Ceasefire Over: Donald Trump Resumes War Of Words With Megyn Kelly

Shortly after Monday night’s broadcast, Kelly’s first since Aug. 12, Trump fired off a series of tweets critical of her, including a retweet in which she was called a “bimbo” and another that remarked on her looks.

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‘Feisty’ Obama ready to take on the ‘crazies’

At a Democratic fundraiser Monday night in Nevada, Obama declared himself ready for the challenges he faces this fall in dealing with a Republican Congress that disagrees with him on the budget, energy policy, education and much more.

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Jared Fogle Charity Connected to Child Porn Case Never Gave Out Grants

According to records obtained by USA Today, a charity formed by former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle for the supposed purpose of fighting childhood obesity never issued a single grant and spent 60% of its operating budget on the salary of its executive director. That executive director, 43-year-old Russell Taylor, would later be charged with creating some of the child pornography that Fogle pled guilty to possessing earlier this month.

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Obama gives Joe Biden ‘blessing’ for 2016 bid

Vice President Joe Biden received President Barack Obama’s “blessing” to make a 2016 bid for the White House, according to a senior Democrat.

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Joe Biden Worried Hillary Clinton Isn’t Credible On Income Inequality

If Vice President Joe Biden decides to jump into the presidential race, his decision will be driven, he has said in recent conversations, by a belief that Hillary Clinton’s background won’t allow her to be a credible messenger when it comes to income inequality, which Biden sees as a defining issue. But even as Biden sees that opening, and is being urged by members of his family to run, his remaining reluctance stems from his wife Jill Biden’s discomfort with a bid at this moment.

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Chris Christie Ties Heroin Epidemic To Obama

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is the first Republican presidential candidate to blame President Barack Obama for the country’s heroin epidemic in a political ad.

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