Trump will try again in 2024 for president if he loses to Biden

 - Celebrities - Nov 5 2020 SHARE ON:

Bryan Lanza, former Director of Communications for the President’s Transitional Team, said he might “make a good argument to run again.” Lanza added that if he ran again in 2024, Trump “would be younger than Biden is now.” 

Actually, the president will be 78, which is one year older than Joe Biden is now. Speaking on Today’s show, Lanza said, “Biden will have the opportunity to lead this country out of Covid, and we’ll see what his achievements and shortcomings are. “And there’s nobody in the Republican party that can challenge President Trump in the primaries.”


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Donald Trump mocked after ‘removal truck’ seen outside the White House

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Although Biden has a clear lead over the president, Trump has continued to claim victory, and there is still further legal action against four states as he drives forward his narrative of electoral fraud. 

In a live video of the White House, the door appears to be blocked by a massive yellow truck. Although the writing on the truck is not easily readable from the distance it was shot, people seem certain that it belongs to Pesnke, a removal company whose trucks look nearly identical to the one captured. Although this may not be for that reason, naturally, people had jokes.


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Lashana Lynch’s ‘No Time to Die’ character will be the next 007

 - Movies - Nov 5 2020 SHARE ON:

Lashana Lynch has just confirmed that she will be the next 007, making the film star the first ever Black female to occupy the coveted role. 

However, the search for the next James Bond continues as ‘No Time To Die’ will be Daniel Craig’s last title as the suave super-spy. 

Despite mass backlash on Lynch’s occupation of the role, ultimately leading her to remove social media for a week, she stated that she has to remind herself that she is part of something that will be “very, very revolutionary.”


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54-year-old man is the 71st victim of COVID-19 in Malta

 - COVID-19 - Nov 5 2020 SHARE ON:

A 54-year-old man has died after testing positive for COVID-19, become he 71st victim of the virus in Malta.

He was admitted to Mater Dei on the 25th of October and confirmed positive for COVID-19 on the same day.

The Health Authorities report that the man had other chronic illnesses.


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