Friday, 20 January 2017

Jaw dropping photos of Obama's new million dollar mansion

Outgoing US. President, Barack Obama and his family will be moving to a million dollar mansion in Washington, D.C. after his term in office ends in a few hours.

Take a look at his new mansion:

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Robert De Niro, Cher and other stars lead thousands in NYC Trump protest

Thousands of Anti-Trump protesters President-elect's backyard on the eve of his inauguration .

Joined by celebrities, government leaders and union organizers, angry protesters flooded Columbus Circle, Broadway and several blocks of Central Park West.Singer and actress Cher, who told the crowd she has lived through 12 Presidents, said protesters have to use their anger for good.

“The power of the people is bigger than those a-----es in Washington,” Cher said. “I tried not to have a potty mouth but that’s just me. You can change this. I promise.”

Demonstrators, led by filmmaker Michael Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Robert De Niro and Sally Field, crowded in front of Trump International Hotel and Tower to speak about a variety of issues including health care, labor rights, climate change and protection for immigrants, lesbians and gays.

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Caitlyn Jenner stuns in black at Trump's pre-inauguration dinner

Caitlyn Jenner is one of the few celebrities who are attending Donald Trump's inauguration. She was spotted looking fab in black at his pre-inauguration dinner
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Take A Look At This Visual Comparison Of Obama's Inaugural Concert Vs Trump's Inaugural Concert

After President Trump's inaugural concert, he thanked his supporters and claimed that tens of thousands of people turned out for him. In his words, 

“We thought it would be a small concert and tens of thousands of people were there. It went all the way to the back. They never had so many people. And very few people ever had a concert at the Lincoln memorial.”

Well, trust people to go digging because few hours after Trump's claim Twitter was filled with pictures comparing Trump's concert attendance to that of Obama. 

The photos reveal that Trumps's attendance was really low compared to that of his predecessor. 

Contrary to Trump's claim, it is reported that an estimated 10,000 people were in attendance for Trump's concert compared to Obama's 400,000 people.

See tweet making the comparison below;

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Donald Trump's first wife, Ivana Trump heads to DC for his inauguration

Ivana Trump was photographed leaving her New York City townhouse on Thursday afternoon and making her way down to Washington DC, to watch as her first husband Donald is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
She will be joining her three children with Donald - Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric for the big day, Daily Mail reports.

When asked as she was leaving her home on Thursday if she thought her ex-husband would make a good president, Ivana said: 'Yes, he will.'

Ivana was one of the first people to say that she believed Donald could become the next president of the United States.
|She revealed in an interview back in May in an Interview with People.

'Yes, of course I'm going to vote for him.He's going to run the country as a business. He's going to negotiate. And he knows how to make decisions.'

Ivana was a 28-year-old model from Czechoslovakia in 1977 when she married Donald.
The couple went on to have three children before divorcing in 1992.
She was rumored to have gotten approximately $20million, their $15million estate and 49% ownership in Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach in their divorce.

She also reportedly receives $350,000 a year in alimony and was able to keep all her jewelry.
Ivana went on to get married two more times, first to Riccardo Mazzucchelli in 1995, a union that was dissolved after two years.

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Former President Jonathan Writes Open Letter To Donald Trump

Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, shared this open letter to Billionaire President elect of the Unites states of America, Donald Trump. He advised Trump to ensure his administration works with Africa, in order to help Africans realize their achievable great future and harness the God given potential domiciled in the land.

The letter read:

Dear Donald J. Trump,
By the grace of God, President of the United States of America.

As the United States of America opens a new chapter today, many around the world, myself inclusive, are optimistic that the success you have achieved in your career as one of the world's foremost entrepreneurs will be translated to your life as a public servant and custodian of the trust of the American people.

For over four decades, you have consistently created wealth and opportunities for yourself, your family, your country and its citizens.

The city of New York, host to the United Nations Headquarters, thus the world's most prominent city, bears the hallmark of your signature through your real estate developments.

You have also left your footprints in politics, media, education, sports, entertainment and the arts.
From this backdrop, I am very hopeful that the United States of America and indeed the rest of the world will be witnessing great, worthy and positive frontiers under the Trump Presidency.

I congratulate you, the 45th President of the United States, as you begin your tenure today. I pray that God will bless your tenure and enable you actualize your vision and commitment to building a better and more secured America and the world.

Let me seize this opportunity to express my hope and desire that your administration will work with Africa to help her people realize their achievable great future and harness the God given potential domiciled in the land and people of Africa from Cairo to Cape Town.

May God bless the United States of America. May God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria and may God bless the world.

Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GCFR
Chairman of the Goodluck Jonathan Foundation.
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Updated List Of The 58 Democrats That Won't Attend Donald Trump's Inauguration

A few days ago, it was confirmed that only 23 Democratic lawmakers will boycott the inauguration of United States 45th president, Donald Trump. Now the number has grown to a staggering 58. 
Regardless of the boycott, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the new president in a few hours.
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There's one first lady': Ivanka Trump dismisses claims that she will fill Melania's role

Ivanka Trump finally broke her silence about rumors that she might fill the role of first lady when her father takes office today. In an interview with Good Morning America,' Ivanka said while referring to her father's wife Melania....

'Well, I think its an inappropriate observation. There's one first lady and she'll do remarkable things,

She also said she also found the comments 'sexist,' because they seemed to suggest that two women could not have a powerful role in her father's White House administration.

Speaking on how difficult it was to step down from her role as an EVP in the Trump Organization,she said

'It's emotional that I'm stepping away from my business,'My father will be president and hopefully I can be there to support him and to support those causes I have cared about my whole professional career.'
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Thursday, 19 January 2017

Kim And Kanye West Are Happier Than Ever

They are stronger than ever after a strenuous few months that included a robbery at gunpoint and a mental health breakdown that led to hospitalization.

According to Dailymail, the couple on Wednesday, enjoyed a lunch date at Hugo's in Agoura Hills and Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian even joined the couple.

The 36-year-old reality star and her 39-year-old beau wore matching light blue denim for the casual outing as they headed into the eatery together flanked by their videographers who were filming them for Keeping Up With the Kardashians

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The real reason Kanye West wasn't asked to perform at Donald Trump's inauguration

Despite reports of a surprise performance ,Kanye West won’t be performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration . The president-elect's inauguration committee chose not to invite the rapper to perform at the festivities despite his friendship with the business mogul.

The chair of the inauguration committee, Tom Barrack, told CNN of rumors of a surprise West cameo. He said

“We haven’t asked him,”“He considers himself a friend of the president-elect, but it’s not the venue. The venue we have for entertainment is filled out, it’s perfect, it’s going to be typically and traditionally American, and Kanye is a great guy, but we just haven’t asked him to perform.”

Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down, the Piano Guys, soul singer Sa Moore, gospel singer Travis Greene and Chrisette Michele will all take the stage at the “Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration” concert on Thursday, January 19.
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Donald Trump arrives Washington DC as he prepares to be sworn in as US President

Donald Trump has arrived in Washington DC ahead of tomorrow’s inauguration ceremony.He was spotted emerging from his private jet with his wife Melania Trump ,his children and their families.

Trump, will be sworn in as President tomorrow.Tonight night he will attend a ‘Make America Great Again” concert at the Lincoln Memorial, where country singer Toby Keith and 3 Doors Down will perform.

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Student ,15 shoots teacher, 3 students and himself at American school in Mexico

A 15-year-old student opened fire Wednesday at an American school in Monterrey, northern Mexico, gravely injuring three students and a teacher before turning the gun to himself.

The shooter died at a hospital and three of the victims are "fighting between life and death," as they were all shot in the head, Fox news reports. The entire scene was captured by a surveillance camera.

The chilling video shows the shooter, identified just as Federico, opening fire from his desk first. He hits one classmate, who is seen collapsing to the floor, and then walks around the room shooting randomly. After a few seconds he pauses and takes the gun, a 22 caliber pistol, to his head.

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Trump's First Ladies: What Will Their Roles Be?

As America prepares for the inauguration of its 45th president, Donald Trump, tomorrow, much speculation still surrounds what role two of the most important women in his life will have. His daughter, Ivanka, who has already moved to Washington following the election, is set to become perhaps the most involved first daughter of all time, while Trump’s wife Melania will not be living in the White House when his term begins.
Melania plans to stay at the family’s New York apartment within Trump Tower in order that their son, Barron, will not be uprooted or removed from school during the term – and although many assume that she will then head to Washington, probably in the summer, she could remained based in New York if she wished. Although Michelle Obama has carved a role as a philanthropic and campaigning first lady, there is no minimum involvement required for the role other than to act as a co-host for events within the White House, which Melania could do without living there.

Meet Melania Trump
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