World History According To Trump:

The President would like to provide some context.

As with so many of his predecessors, President Donald Trump is inclined to recall historical events to better frame his own performance and political agenda. President Barack Obama was said to favor a “team of rivals” in building his Cabinet, a term the historian Doris Kearns Goodwin coined in a book on President Abraham Lincoln and his administration. Republicans have for years channeled — and sought to align themselves with — President Ronald Reagan.
Throughout his campaign and first six months in the White House, Trump has spoken of the past — his slogan, “Make American Great Again,” states explicitly his desire to return to some idealized version of it.


Grassley Threatens Subpoena For Trump Jr., Manafort If They Don’t Testify:

Senate judiciary committee Chairman Chuck Grassley threatened Thursday to subpoena both Donald Trump Jr. and Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort if they do not appear before his committee for a scheduled appearance next week.

Trump Jr. and Manafort are scheduled to testify before the Senate judiciary committee on July 26, the panel announced Wednesday, but neither Manafort nor Trump Jr. have publicly confirmed if they will appear.

What’s Next For O.J. Simpson?:

O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday after serving nearly nine years in prison for a 2007 armed robbery in Las Vegas. But the former NFL superstar and movie actor’s future outside of prison may not be so rosy.

Life outside the Lovelock Correctional Facility, a medium security prison in Nevada’s high desert, could well resemble Simpson’s solitary years after he was acquitted in the slayings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman, CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said Thursday.
“I think it will be a lot like life was between 1995 and 2007,” Toobin said. “He was really a pariah. His old life was gone — celebrity pitchman, sportscaster, actor, all gone.

Jeff Sessions: ‘I Plan To Continue’ As Attorney General:

Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he plans to continue in his job despite President Donald Trump’s comments that he’d have picked someone else had he known Sessions would recuse himself from the Justice Department’s Russia investigation.

“We love this job. We love this department, and I plan to continue to do so as long as that is appropriate,” he told reporters Thursday.
Can apple cider vinegar help with weight loss?

The claims are everywhere: If you add apple cider vinegar to your daily diet, it will help you lose weight. “Research supports the use for weight loss,” declares one manufacturer.

“A lot of this is marketing,” nutritionist Lisa Drayer said, “and it’s been around a long time. I remember, probably 15 years ago, covering the apple cider vinegar diet. When you looked closely, the diet paired apple cider vinegar pills with a low-calorie menu. It’s no wonder people lost weight.

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