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Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in big trouble Sunday for tweeting a fake quote attributed to President Trump, then claiming it was “plausible” the president would say it.

“Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden,” Bremmer wrote in the now-deleted tweet, attributing it to Trump.

North Korea has labeled Biden a “fool of low IQ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being” after the U.S. presidential hopeful recently called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech.

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Biden during a campaign launch in Philadelphia on Saturday accused Trump of cozying up to “dictators and tyrants” like Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Bremmer was called out on Twitter by many notables, who questioned his reasoning.

Canadian journalist Daniel Dale tweeted: “This quote is fabricated. As often, no idea what Bremmer is doing.”

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Geopolitics analyst Ankit Panda tweeted: “This is not a real Trump quote … If you’re basing your views of reality based on Ian Bremmer’s tweets in 2019, please reconsider.”

Bremmer later reportedly responded in a now-deleted tweet: “This is objectively a completely ludicrous quote. And yet kinda plausible. Especially on twitter, where people automatically support whatever political position they have. That’s the point.”

Neither Bremmer nor NYU returned Fox News’ requests for comment.

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Bremmer was most recently in the news earlier this month for claiming no U.S. administration since the collapse of the communism in Eastern Europe has ever been so directly hostile to Russian interests than the Trump administration.

He went to Twitter to dispel the accusation often voiced by Democrats who’ve said the current administration has been soft on Russian efforts to spread its influence around the globe.

Source: Fox News Politics

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in big trouble Sunday for tweeting a fake quote attributed to President Trump, then claiming it was “plausible” the president would say it.

“Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden,” Bremmer wrote in the now-deleted tweet, attributing it to Trump.

North Korea has labeled Biden a “fool of low IQ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being” after the U.S. presidential hopeful recently called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech.

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Biden during a campaign launch in Philadelphia on Saturday accused Trump of cozying up to “dictators and tyrants” like Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Bremmer was called out on Twitter by many notables, who questioned his reasoning.

Canadian journalist Daniel Dale tweeted: “This quote is fabricated. As often, no idea what Bremmer is doing.”

10 DEADLIEST U.S. TORNADOES ON RECORD

Geopolitics analyst Ankit Panda tweeted: “This is not a real Trump quote … If you’re basing your views of reality based on Ian Bremmer’s tweets in 2019, please reconsider.”

Bremmer later reportedly responded in a now-deleted tweet: “This is objectively a completely ludicrous quote. And yet kinda plausible. Especially on twitter, where people automatically support whatever political position they have. That’s the point.”

Neither Bremmer nor NYU returned Fox News’ requests for comment.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Bremmer was most recently in the news earlier this month for claiming no U.S. administration since the collapse of the communism in Eastern Europe has ever been so directly hostile to Russian interests than the Trump administration.

He went to Twitter to dispel the accusation often voiced by Democrats who’ve said the current administration has been soft on Russian efforts to spread its influence around the globe.

Source: Fox News Politics

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in big trouble Sunday for tweeting a fake quote attributed to President Trump, then claiming it was “plausible” the president would say it.

“Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden,” Bremmer wrote in the now-deleted tweet, attributing it to Trump.

North Korea has labeled Biden a “fool of low IQ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being” after the U.S. presidential hopeful recently called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech.

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Biden during a campaign launch in Philadelphia on Saturday accused Trump of cozying up to “dictators and tyrants” like Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Bremmer was called out on Twitter by many notables, who questioned his reasoning.

Canadian journalist Daniel Dale tweeted: “This quote is fabricated. As often, no idea what Bremmer is doing.”

10 DEADLIEST U.S. TORNADOES ON RECORD

Geopolitics analyst Ankit Panda tweeted: “This is not a real Trump quote … If you’re basing your views of reality based on Ian Bremmer’s tweets in 2019, please reconsider.”

Bremmer later reportedly responded in a now-deleted tweet: “This is objectively a completely ludicrous quote. And yet kinda plausible. Especially on twitter, where people automatically support whatever political position they have. That’s the point.”

Neither Bremmer nor NYU returned Fox News’ requests for comment.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Bremmer was most recently in the news earlier this month for claiming no U.S. administration since the collapse of the communism in Eastern Europe has ever been so directly hostile to Russian interests than the Trump administration.

He went to Twitter to dispel the accusation often voiced by Democrats who’ve said the current administration has been soft on Russian efforts to spread its influence around the globe.

Source: Fox News Politics

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in big trouble Sunday for tweeting a fake quote attributed to President Trump, then claiming it was “plausible” the president would say it.

“Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden,” Bremmer wrote in the now-deleted tweet, attributing it to Trump.

North Korea has labeled Biden a “fool of low IQ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being” after the U.S. presidential hopeful recently called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech.

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Biden during a campaign launch in Philadelphia on Saturday accused Trump of cozying up to “dictators and tyrants” like Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Bremmer was called out on Twitter by many notables, who questioned his reasoning.

Canadian journalist Daniel Dale tweeted: “This quote is fabricated. As often, no idea what Bremmer is doing.”

10 DEADLIEST U.S. TORNADOES ON RECORD

Geopolitics analyst Ankit Panda tweeted: “This is not a real Trump quote … If you’re basing your views of reality based on Ian Bremmer’s tweets in 2019, please reconsider.”

Bremmer later reportedly responded in a now-deleted tweet: “This is objectively a completely ludicrous quote. And yet kinda plausible. Especially on twitter, where people automatically support whatever political position they have. That’s the point.”

Neither Bremmer nor NYU returned Fox News’ requests for comment.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Bremmer was most recently in the news earlier this month for claiming no U.S. administration since the collapse of the communism in Eastern Europe has ever been so directly hostile to Russian interests than the Trump administration.

He went to Twitter to dispel the accusation often voiced by Democrats who’ve said the current administration has been soft on Russian efforts to spread its influence around the globe.

Source: Fox News Politics

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, the president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in big trouble Sunday for tweeting a fake quote attributed to President Trump, then claiming it was “plausible” the president would say it.

“Kim Jong Un is smarter and would make a better President than Sleepy Joe Biden,” Bremmer wrote in the now-deleted tweet, attributing it to Trump.

North Korea has labeled Biden a “fool of low IQ” and an “imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being” after the U.S. presidential hopeful recently called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un a tyrant during a recent speech.

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump. (Mediaite)

Biden during a campaign launch in Philadelphia on Saturday accused Trump of cozying up to “dictators and tyrants” like Kim and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Bremmer was called out on Twitter by many notables, who questioned his reasoning.

Canadian journalist Daniel Dale tweeted: “This quote is fabricated. As often, no idea what Bremmer is doing.”

10 DEADLIEST U.S. TORNADOES ON RECORD

Geopolitics analyst Ankit Panda tweeted: “This is not a real Trump quote … If you’re basing your views of reality based on Ian Bremmer’s tweets in 2019, please reconsider.”

Bremmer later reportedly responded in a now-deleted tweet: “This is objectively a completely ludicrous quote. And yet kinda plausible. Especially on twitter, where people automatically support whatever political position they have. That’s the point.”

Neither Bremmer nor NYU returned Fox News’ requests for comment.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Bremmer was most recently in the news earlier this month for claiming no U.S. administration since the collapse of the communism in Eastern Europe has ever been so directly hostile to Russian interests than the Trump administration.

He went to Twitter to dispel the accusation often voiced by Democrats who’ve said the current administration has been soft on Russian efforts to spread its influence around the globe.

Source: Fox News Politics

U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell marked Memorial Day in Europe with a very tough workout.

Grenell, 52, finished the Murph Challenge, and shared photographs online. “Year 2 of the @MurphChallenge in Berlin. Embassy Marines led the Challenge and I was happy to just finish again. #Americanheroes #humbledbythem #MemorialDayWeekend2019,” he tweeted.

The Murph Challenge consists of a one-mile run followed by 100 pullups, 200 pushups, 300 squats and another one-mile run, all while wearing a 20-pound vest.

Its namesake is Lt. Michael Murphy. He was a native of Patchogue, N.Y., and a dedicated New York Rangers fan. He was also an athlete and star student from Penn State who turned down offers to attend law school to join the Navy SEALs instead.

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The Murph Challenge honors U.S. Navy SEAL Lt. Michael P. Murphy, seen here in an undated file photo. (REUTERS/U.S. Navy photo/Handout)

The Murph Challenge honors U.S. Navy SEAL Lt. Michael P. Murphy, seen here in an undated file photo. (REUTERS/U.S. Navy photo/Handout)

He died in a 2005 firefight in Afghanistan that killed three SEALs in all. He posthumously received the Medal of Honor — “for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life,” as the official citation read — and was spotlighted in the 2013 movie, “Lone Survivor.” He also was the first SEAL to have a ship named after him; the guided-missile destroyer Michael P Murphy was commissioned in the summer of 2011.

His father, attorney Daniel Murphy, told Fox News: “Michael did this CrossFit regimen, which he called Body Armor during his five years as a Navy SEAL as a training program, and he would do it with a 20-pound armor vest. His normal time would run about 32 to 33 minutes, but his best overall time was 28 minutes and change.”

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The Murph Challenge gets bigger and bigger every year.

The challenge also includes Hollywood stars. Chris Pratt and John Krasinski do it every year, and they have dared their fans on social media to participate in the unremitting workout.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell marked Memorial Day in Europe with a very tough workout.

Grenell, 52, finished the Murph Challenge, and shared photographs online. “Year 2 of the @MurphChallenge in Berlin. Embassy Marines led the Challenge and I was happy to just finish again. #Americanheroes #humbledbythem #MemorialDayWeekend2019,” he tweeted.

The Murph Challenge consists of a one-mile run followed by 100 pullups, 200 pushups, 300 squats and another one-mile run, all while wearing a 20-pound vest.

Its namesake is Lt. Michael Murphy. He was a native of Patchogue, N.Y., and a dedicated New York Rangers fan. He was also an athlete and star student from Penn State who turned down offers to attend law school to join the Navy SEALs instead.

PENCE MET WITH ‘I LIKE MIKE’ STUDENTS AT TAYLOR UNIVERSITY

The Murph Challenge honors U.S. Navy SEAL Lt. Michael P. Murphy, seen here in an undated file photo. (REUTERS/U.S. Navy photo/Handout)

The Murph Challenge honors U.S. Navy SEAL Lt. Michael P. Murphy, seen here in an undated file photo. (REUTERS/U.S. Navy photo/Handout)

He died in a 2005 firefight in Afghanistan that killed three SEALs in all. He posthumously received the Medal of Honor — “for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life,” as the official citation read — and was spotlighted in the 2013 movie, “Lone Survivor.” He also was the first SEAL to have a ship named after him; the guided-missile destroyer Michael P Murphy was commissioned in the summer of 2011.

His father, attorney Daniel Murphy, told Fox News: “Michael did this CrossFit regimen, which he called Body Armor during his five years as a Navy SEAL as a training program, and he would do it with a 20-pound armor vest. His normal time would run about 32 to 33 minutes, but his best overall time was 28 minutes and change.”

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

The Murph Challenge gets bigger and bigger every year.

The challenge also includes Hollywood stars. Chris Pratt and John Krasinski do it every year, and they have dared their fans on social media to participate in the unremitting workout.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Source: Fox News World

Ruby is one lucky bird.

Wildwood Farm Sanctuary, an eco-animal sanctuary providing lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for neglected and abandoned animals in 98 acres of Oregon wine country, announced Thursday the chicken got a new prosthetic leg.

The sanctuary posted on social media: “After many months of waiting for his amputation site to heal, and set backs with getting a proper fit, Ruby with his wonderful veterinarian Dr. Johnson who’s been working so hard with us, was able to finally stand and walk on his specially designed prosthetic leg!”

Wildwood Farm Sanctuary, an eco-animal sanctuary providing lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for neglected and abandoned animals in 98 acres of Oregon wine country, took to social media to announce Ruby got a prosthetic leg. (Dr. Johnson/Wildwood Farm Sanctuary)

Wildwood Farm Sanctuary, an eco-animal sanctuary providing lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for neglected and abandoned animals in 98 acres of Oregon wine country, took to social media to announce Ruby got a prosthetic leg. (Dr. Johnson/Wildwood Farm Sanctuary)

Ruby “was rescued at just a couple days of age from a factory farm (and) suffered from severe joint infections that resulted in his right leg needing amputation.”

“Ruby is a Cornish cross breed typically used for meat production on large industrial chicken factory farms. The average lifespan is only around 42 days before they are slaughtered,” Shauna Sherick, the sanctuary’s founder and president, told Fox News.

She added, “Ruby, who we thought was a girl, was found almost a little over a year ago in one of these large industrial factory farms at just a couple days of age as a baby chick, huddled sick and near death in a corner of a shed. He was rescued by a concerned person and brought to me.”

Ruby had severe joint infections in both legs, was put on medications, but its right leg never healed well and became useless and debilitating, Sherick told Fox News.

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She noted the solution came from the new state-of-the-art-leg which previously wouldn’t have been available.

“We had a really hard time finding anyone that would be willing to design one, especially for a bird, but a kind person who had a 3D printing business came forward and created what Ruby’s wearing now.

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Wildwood Farm Sanctuary noted Ruby, with time, shall adjust to using the fake leg.

The post concluded, “Hopefully this is the beginning of his new life of walking and running freely!”

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Ruby is one lucky bird.

Wildwood Farm Sanctuary, an eco-animal sanctuary providing lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for neglected and abandoned animals in 98 acres of Oregon wine country, announced Thursday the chicken got a new prosthetic leg.

The sanctuary posted on social media: “After many months of waiting for his amputation site to heal, and set backs with getting a proper fit, Ruby with his wonderful veterinarian Dr. Johnson who’s been working so hard with us, was able to finally stand and walk on his specially designed prosthetic leg!”

Wildwood Farm Sanctuary, an eco-animal sanctuary providing lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for neglected and abandoned animals in 98 acres of Oregon wine country, took to social media to announce Ruby got a prosthetic leg. (Dr. Johnson/Wildwood Farm Sanctuary)

Wildwood Farm Sanctuary, an eco-animal sanctuary providing lifelong refuge and rehabilitation for neglected and abandoned animals in 98 acres of Oregon wine country, took to social media to announce Ruby got a prosthetic leg. (Dr. Johnson/Wildwood Farm Sanctuary)

Ruby “was rescued at just a couple days of age from a factory farm (and) suffered from severe joint infections that resulted in his right leg needing amputation.”

“Ruby is a Cornish cross breed typically used for meat production on large industrial chicken factory farms. The average lifespan is only around 42 days before they are slaughtered,” Shauna Sherick, the sanctuary’s founder and president, told Fox News.

She added, “Ruby, who we thought was a girl, was found almost a little over a year ago in one of these large industrial factory farms at just a couple days of age as a baby chick, huddled sick and near death in a corner of a shed. He was rescued by a concerned person and brought to me.”

Ruby had severe joint infections in both legs, was put on medications, but its right leg never healed well and became useless and debilitating, Sherick told Fox News.

CALVIN KLEIN RESPONDS TO BACKLASH OVER BELLA HADID, FEMALE ROBOT KISS

She noted the solution came from the new state-of-the-art-leg which previously wouldn’t have been available.

“We had a really hard time finding anyone that would be willing to design one, especially for a bird, but a kind person who had a 3D printing business came forward and created what Ruby’s wearing now.

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Wildwood Farm Sanctuary noted Ruby, with time, shall adjust to using the fake leg.

The post concluded, “Hopefully this is the beginning of his new life of walking and running freely!”

Source: Fox News National

Dramatic drone video made public Thursday revealed the extent of the destruction from severe storms that killed at least three people in Missouri Wednesday night.

The drones capture the aftermath of an outbreak of nasty storms, which spawned tornadoes that razed homes, flattened trees, tossed cars across a dealership lot and injured about two dozen people in Jefferson City, the state capital.

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The National Weather Service confirmed that a large and destructive twister moved over Jefferson City shortly before midnight Wednesday. Preliminary information indicated the tornado at was an EF-3 twister, which typically carries winds of up to 160 mph.

Meteorologist Cory Rothstein said it’s possible that tornado had a 50-mile path and could have been on the ground for 80 minutes. Teams were surveying the path Thursday and trying to determine whether one or multiple tornadoes had touched down.

The tornado cut a path about three miles long and a mile wide from the south end of Jefferson City north toward the Missouri River, said police Lt. David Williams. Around 100 people went to shelters to ride out the story, while hospitals reported treating injuries such as cuts and bruises.

There were no immediate reports of any deaths or missing people in the capital city of about 40,000, but door-to-door checks were being done Thursday.

The first tornado sirens sounded in Jefferson City at 11:10 p.m. — about 30 minutes before the first property damage. Gov. Mike Parson credited the warning system in central Missouri for saving lives.

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The three deaths happened more than 150 miles away near Golden City in Missouri’s southwestern corner.

Kenneth Harris, 86, and his 83-year-old wife, Opal, were found dead about 200 yards from their home while Betty Berg, 56, was killed and her husband, Mark, seriously injured when their mobile home was destroyed, authorities said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Source: Fox News National


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