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President Trump Holds News Conference With President Of Romania Klaus Iohannis

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Trump seeks 2016 magic as he kicks off 2020:

The President will try to turn back time Tuesday, officially lighting the touch paper on his reelection bid in the embrace of a besotted Florida crowd primed for pure, untamed Donald Trump.

Yet while he never tires of reliving his first White House race and the sweet triumph of election night, Trump must face a truth even he will struggle to deny once the euphoria of his return to the trail abates: 2020 may not be like 2016.
As he targets a second term, Trump must prove he can recast the political spell that defied pundits and probability and delivered one of the most shocking election wins in history, at a different political moment.

Dominican prosecutors identify man accused of paying for attempted hit on David Ortiz:

Dominican prosecutors say a fugitive suspect paid for the would-be assassins who shot David Ortiz in a murder-for-hire plot against the former Boston Red Sox slugger.

CNN obtained Dominican court documents that reveal new details in the shooting, including the name of the person accused of paying for the attempted hit, identified as Alberto Miguel Rodriguez Mota.
Rodriguez Mota met with another suspect, Gabriel Alexander Perez Vizcaíno, to discuss a plan one week before Ortiz was shot, according to the indictment.

Dwayne Johnson’s MTV Movie & TV Awards speech is proof he’s a really nice guy:

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson took home the Icon Generation Award at the 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards Monday night and offered some nice advice.

“I thank you, all of you at home. You are the reason I’m getting this,” Johnson said in his acceptance speech. “I want to share a really quick lesson with you guys, I’ve learned the most powerful thing we can be is ourselves.”
He explained how he found professional success, despite being seen as off-type for Hollywood early in his career.

Wanted: Someone to eat ribs and travel the country. Salary: $5,000 a week:

Summer barbecue just got a whole lot tastier.

Reynolds Wrap is looking for someone to travel across the United States in search of the tastiest ribs. If the savory barbecue wasn’t enough, they’re also handing out a $10,000 check to go along with it.
“If you don’t mind being paid to taste some of the most delicious BBQ ribs across the country, posting envy-inducing pictures of your food and falling asleep every night dreaming about your next rack of ribs, then you could have what it takes to be the next Reynolds Wrap® Chief Grilling Officer,” the company states in a news release.

Your Facebook profile can indicate if you have a medical condition, a study finds:

Your social media could reveal a lot more about you than you think.

Say, for example, whether you have a medical condition.
In a new study, researchers were able to predict 21 types of medical conditions — ranging from pregnancy to skin disorders — by analyzing people’s Facebook profiles.
Facebook status updates were “particularly effective at predicting diabetes and mental health conditions including anxiety, depression and psychoses,” the study found.

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