- Woman beaten with baseball bats in road rage assault (Viral video, photos)
- Country struck by 6.6 magnitude earthquake
- Overhaul of US telecom database by foreign firm raising fears
- Elon Musk is building life-sized Legos
- Bombshell report emerges on Orlando nightclub gunman’s father (video)
- School expecting students to defend themselves with rocks adds armed security (video)
- Report: Facebook collected data for years from users’ cellphones
- Trump Tweets cryptic response after interviews from accusers
- Gutierrez forced to repay misused federal funds
- Cop shoots crazed knife-wielding man in Whole Foods store (video)
- Stormy Daniels’ attorney threatens ‘more evidence’ (video)
- BREAKING: Trump orders dozens of Russian diplomats kicked out of U.S.
- Limo driver builds rocket, launches himself 1,875 feet into air to prove Earth is flat (video)
- Cuomo makes Jewish jokes at black church
- Report: Restaurants increasing revenue from people who aren’t eating
- Cohen’s lawyer goes after Stormy Daniels following interview (video)
- Trump Tweet: Economy!
- Trump Tweet: What REALLY happened
Posted: 26 Mar 2018 09:34 AM PDT
After cutting off another car in traffic, a Florida woman was followed to a parking lot where she was beaten with baseball bats, leaving her with a broken nose, seven staples in the back of her head and seven stitches in the front.
Mikaela Barboza, 26, of Plantation, and a bystander, used their cell phones to record the Thursday afternoon attack, the Miami Herald reported.
"My nose is the worst of it," Barboza said Sunday. "I can't even breathe out of it."
After Barboza cut off the car, its female driver yelled at her, along with the female driver of another car who said, "You cut off my sister. That's disrespectful."
Concerned for her safety, Barboza pulled into a nearby parking lot, and the women followed, blocking in her car. Barboza called the police, then stepped out of her car, recording the incident on her cell phone.
"I don't got time for this. I got a kid, bro," Barboza said to a woman who was opening the hatch of her SUV.
"I got a kid too," the woman said, then advances toward Barboza carrying a wooden baseball bat. A small boy watched the scene from the front seat of the woman's car. "I don't give a f—."
The woman approached Barboza, cursing at her and threatening to "f— her a– up." Another woman walked toward the pair, holding something in her hand.
"I'm not scared," Barboza said. The camera goes flying as the second woman struck Barboza in the head with a metal bat, she said.
Video recorded by an acquaintance of Barboza's picks up where the first one ended and depicts the two women struggling on the ground as other witnesses rush to break up the altercation.
"We were kind of wrestling and the other sister with the other bat came over and started beating me over the head," Barboza said.
During the incident, the woman with the aluminum bat shouted, "don't talk about black people." Barboza denied saying anything racist to the woman, citing the first video, which she said documents her entire conversation with the women prior to the attack.
Barboza said that she regrets getting out of her vehicle.
"If I knew she'd have a bat I would've hauled butt, but it was too late," she said.
The attackers had left the scene before Broward Sheriff's Office deputies arrived, but Barboza filed a police report while she was receiving treatment at the hospital.
"I'm pressing charges of course," she said. "I want justice to be served. I want them off the street and in jail."
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 09:12 AM PDT
Early Monday morning, the nation of Papua New Guinea experienced a magnitude 6.6 earthquake.
As of now, no injuries nor deaths have been reported.
Fox News reports the following:
“A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck the Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The quake struck about 80 miles east of Kimbre on the island of New Britain at a depth of about 25 miles, according to the agency.
No tsunami watches or warnings were issued due to the quake, and there were no immediate reports of injuries.
A magnitude 7.5 quake last month in central Papua New Guinea region killed at least 125 people and forced another 35,000 from their homes.
The region is remote and undeveloped, and assessments about the scale of the damage and injuries have been slow to filter out. Strong aftershocks have continued to rattle the area.”
Posted: 26 Mar 2018 08:56 AM PDT
An impending overhaul of the national U.S. telecommunications database by a foreign company is raising concerns that the transition could trigger a catastrophic failure, crippling emergency communications networks across the United States and interrupting cellular service for scores of Americans.
The overhaul of the Number Portability Administration Center, a national telecommunications database that stores millions of American phone numbers and processes approximately 1.8 million phone transactions each day, was mandated by the Federal Communications Commission. According to The Washington Free Beacon, the foreign firm responsible for the implementation of the nationwide transition might lack the preparedness to initiate the switch.
The first phase of the transition is scheduled to occur April 8, and be implemented by iconnectiv, a foreign-owned firm with a history of breaching U.S. national security clauses banning it from employing foreign workers, such as those tied to China. Nine U.S. states in the southeast, as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, will be affected by the first transitional phase.
Should a failure occur, there is currently no mechanism in place to return to the existing telecommunications database, according to industry insiders.
“First responders won’t be able to reach people in need, the FBI and other law enforcement will lose a critical tool in conducting wiretaps, and consumers could face long stretches without wireless service,” claimed one source with direct knowledge of the situation.
iconnectiv, formally known as the Swedish-owned firm Telecordia, has been working on an expedited timeline to implement the transition after it was forced to restart its work following the violation of national security clauses in the firm’s contract with the U.S. government.
The use of a Chinese engineer by the company to work on the sensitive database in 2016 sparked an FBI investigation that delayed the project for months and cost U.S. taxpayers approximately $375 million.
iconnective is now rushing to meet their deadline ahead of the April 8 transition, leaving industry insiders concerned about their readiness. Even so, the FCC is proceeding with the plan.
“The FCC, for a highly suspect reason, is hell-bent on making this happen on a date certain to the point where they’re willing to ignore this necessity of a contingency rollback,” said a source familiar with the new database.
If the new system “does not work the way it was intended, they don’t have a contingency plan, which is a very odd way to do a technology transition,” the source said.
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 08:50 AM PDT
Earlier this year, billionaire entrepreneur and inventor Elon Musk sparked public interest in his founded Boring Company when they began selling flamethrowers online.
The company is making waves again as Musk announced Monday morning they will begin developing life-sized Legos that can be used to build large structures and even buildings.
Fox Business reports the following:
“After Elon Musk's Boring Company flamethrowers were a huge success, Musk took to Twitter to announce the company's latest product launch, life-size Lego-like interlocking bricks that can be used to create sculptures and buildings.
When Musk's boring company launched flamethrowers, he sold more than $5 million with of merchandise in less than 48 hours, as previously reported by FOX Business.
"The rumor that I'm secretly creating a zombie apocalypse to generate demand for flamethrowers is completely false," Musk joked on Twitter.Opens a New Window.
The Boring Company is an infrastructure and tunnel construction company founded by Musk in late 2016. The firm is best known for its plans to build so-called Hyperloops between major U.S. cities that will transport passengers at more than 750 mph. Musk has cited Los Angeles traffic as inspiration for the venture.”
Posted: 26 Mar 2018 08:38 AM PDT
Attorneys for Noor Salman, whose husband Omar Mateen perpetrated the 2016 mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, have requested a mistrial after new details from prosecutors revealed that Mateen’s father was an FBI source and is currently under a criminal investigation.
Salman is on trial for charges of obstructing justice and providing material support to a foreign terror organization, specifically ISIS.
Defense attorneys for Salman have filed a motion which indicated that prosecutors sent an email on Saturday stating that Seddique Mateen was a confidential FBI source from 2005 through June 2016. The email also noted that Seddique Mateen is being investigated for money transfers to Turkey and Pakistan following the discovery of documents in his home on the day of the Pulse attack.
Salman’s attorneys contended that the late disclosure of the information prevented them from exploring whether Seddique Mateen was aware of his son’s plans to perpetrate the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub on June 12, 2016.
The email from the prosecutors also states that, in 2012, “An anonymous tip indicated that Seddique Mateen was seeking to raise $50,000-$100,000 via a donation drive to contribute toward an attack against the government of Pakistan.”
The motion alleges that the prosecutors’ decision not to give Noor Salman a polygraph was “based on the FBI’s desire to implicate Noor Salman, rather than Seddique Mateen in order to avoid scrutiny of its own ineptitude with the latter.”
In addition, the defense claimed that Seddique’s connection with the FBI was a factor in a 2013 investigation into Omar Mateen’s alleged threats against coworkers.
"Mateen's father played a significant role in the FBI's decision not to seek an indictment from the Justice Department for false statements to the FBI or obstruction of justice against Omar Mateen during its 2013 investigation into his alleged threats,” the motion stated.
Salman’s defense attorneys will seek to convince jurors that she did not assist her husband as he prepared for the Pulse nightclub attack, which left 49 people dead and at least 68 injured. Omar Mateen was fatally shot by police.
If convicted of the charges, Salman could face life in prison.
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 08:31 AM PDT
After attracting media attention and public ridicule for arming students with rocks to defend themselves against an active shooter, a Pennsylvania school district has add additional armed security to protect its schools.
"Every classroom has been equipped with a five-gallon bucket of river stone,” Blue Mountain School District Superintendent David Helsel said last week. If an armed intruder attempts to gain entrance into any of our classrooms, they will face a classroom full students armed with rocks and they will be stoned."
In a statement released on the Blue Mountain School District’s website Sunday night, Helsel announced the addition of new security personnel, which will offer reinforcement to the current system in which one maintenance worker is trained and armed at each school.
Helsel said that his school district received an overwhelming amount of attention due to “social media posts that took comments out of context and misrepresented our actual planned responses to armed intruders (particularly with the planned use of stones). This unfortunate circumstance has increased our concern regarding the possibility that something may happen because of the media attention."
The Blue Mountain School District will employ additional armed security officers for its schools beginning on Monday, which will continue "into the near future."
In an interview with Fox News, Helsel said that he was surprised by the media attention he received after testifying to lawmakers at the Pennsylvania state capitol regarding his district placing 5-gallon buckets of river stones in each classroom. Helsel noted that the stoning defense is a "last resort."
Helsel posted a video on Facebook on Friday, outlining the school safety program, ALiCE, which stands for Alert, Lock Down, Inform, Counter and Evacuate.
He acknowledged that the necessity of the stoning strategy is a "sad commentary on our current situation in our nation."
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 07:37 AM PDT
A new report has revealed that Facebook collected metadata for years from Android smartphones, including users’ phone call and text message data.
Ars Technica cited several Facebook users who discovered that the company had scraped data from their phones, including the names of contacts, phone numbers, call lengths, and SMS and MMS metadata.
In a Sunday blog post, Facebook responded to the allegations, claiming that the company has not collected users’ call and SMS history without permission.
“Call and text history logging is part of an opt-in feature for people using Messenger or Facebook Lite on Android. This helps you find and stay connected with the people you care about and provides you with a better experience across Facebook,” the company wrote.
“People have to expressly agree to use this feature. If, at any time, they no longer wish to use this feature they can turn it off in settings, or here for Facebook Lite users, and all previously shared call and text history shared via that app is deleted. While we receive certain permissions from Android, uploading this information has always been opt-in only,” read the blog.
“We introduced this feature for Android users a couple of years ago. Contact importers are fairly common among social apps and services as a way to more easily find the people you want to connect with. This was first introduced in Messenger in 2015, and later offered as an option in Facebook Lite, a lightweight version of Facebook for Android.”
Facebook has come under scrutiny recently following news that British data research firm Cambridge Analytica collected the personal information of 50 million Facebook users without their permission.
Public backlash has included use of the hashtag “delete Facebook” on social media platforms, causing shares of Facebook to drop 14 percent last week.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg issued an apology to users last week, during which he acknowledged that the company made mistakes in its dealings with Cambridge Analytica.
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 07:29 AM PDT
In recent days, the media has been obsessed with allegations by multiple women who claim they had relationships with President Trump years ago, and insist their stories must be told.
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal gave a tell-all interview to CNN’s Anderson Cooper last week.
Then Cooper held an interview with adult film star Stormy Daniels, which was broadcast on “60 Minutes” Sunday night.
President Trump did not mention either accuser by name, but sent out a statement on Twitter Monday morning that could be in reference to the interviews.
Trump tweeted, “So much Fake News. Never been more voluminous or more inaccurate. But through it all, our country is doing great!”
He did not say what “fake news” he was actually referring to.
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 07:14 AM PDT
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is going to have to fork over some money after the House Committee on Ethics determined the lawmaker misused federal funds.
According to reports released by the committee, which has been investigating the situation for a few years now, Gutierrez will have to pay out $9,700 to the Treasury Department.
Free Beacon reports the following:
“The House Committee on Ethics released a series of reports on Friday and ordered Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D., Ill.) to repay the government after allegations he misused federal funds.
Gutiérrez has been told to repay $9,700 to the Treasury as a result of what was called “inadvertent” use of funds provided to his office for its operation, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
The Illinois Democrat had hired former chief of staff Doug Scofield to advise his office, resulting in questions as to whether Scofield was acting as official staff.
“The OCE Board recommends that the Committee on Ethics further review the allegation, as there is substantial reason to believe that Representative Gutierrez used funds from his MRA for an impermissible purpose – to retain an individual to provide services to his congressional office that more closely resembled those provided by an employee or consultant, rather than a contractor – in violation of federal law and House rules,” the Office of Congressional Ethics recommended.
The House Ethics Committee, following the OCE recommendation in 2014, reviewed approximately 10,000 documents and interviewed 16 people, including Gutierrez and Scofield.”
Posted: 26 Mar 2018 07:08 AM PDT
Reports are revealing that an NYPD officer shot a crazed 28-year-old man wielding a knife as he was approaching other policemen at a Whole Foods store near Harlem.
The man was shot in the shoulder and is reportedly in stable condition at a local hospital. He was accused of shoplifting from the store, and has reportedly been arrested at the same store once before.
Police said the man has an extensive criminal history and was out on parole at the time of the latest incident.
Fox 5 reports the following:
“NEW YORK (AP) – Police say an officer shot and wounded a knife-wielding man inside a New York City Whole Foods store.
The shooting happened just before 8:30 p.m. Saturday at a Whole Foods in Harlem. Police say a 28-year-old man brandished a knife and advanced toward officers who were responding to a 911 call.
An officer shot the man at least once in the torso. The man was taken to Harlem Hospital in stable condition. His name was not immediately released.”
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 06:44 AM PDT
Michael Avenatti, the attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels, tweeted out a picture of a DVD last week suggesting there is more critical evidence regarding President Trump’s alleged affair with Daniels.
Avenatti appeared on NBC News in an interview Monday to discuss the tweet, with “Today" host Savannah Guthrie accusing him of being coy and playing games.
The Hill reports the following:
“An attorney for adult film actress Stormy Daniels said Monday that he is not "playing games" and will provide "more evidence" of his client's alleged affair with President Trump.
"You tweeted a picture of a DVD or CD suggesting that there was going to be more evidence. That's the suggestion, right?" NBC "Today" host Savannah Guthrie said in her interview with Michael Avenatti. "You don't disagree and now you're being coy & not saying it. Seems like you're playing games."
"I'm not playing games. There will be more evidence. It's just not going to happen right now," he told Guthrie.
“Everyone wants immediate gratification. It’s not going to happen right now.”
Guthrie's was referring to a tweet from Avenatti last week, in which he posted a photo of what appears to be a CD or DVD.”
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 06:32 AM PDT
Monday morning, the Trump administration announced that a total of 60 Russian diplomats are being ordered to leave the United States, in retaliation for the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter living in England.
Poland, Germany and Lithuania also announced they are expelling Russian diplomats over the ex-spy poisoning in Britain, according to a Twitter post from the Associated Press.
Britain has already expelled 23 Russian diplomats from their country.
The Hill reported:
U.S. officials say they are banishing 48 people stationed at the Russian embassy in Washington and 12 at the Russian mission to the United Nations in New York who are deemed to be intelligence officers working under diplomatic cover.
The officials will be given seven days to leave the country, a senior administration official said.
The administration also ordered the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle, which officials noted is close to a U.S. naval base and the headquarters of Boeing, the aerospace giant and major defense contractor.
"To the Russian government we say: when you attack our friends, you will face consequences," a senior administration official said.
The following press release quotes Ambassador Nikki Haley:
“Today, the United States began the process of expelling 12 intelligence operatives from the Russian Mission to the United Nations who have abused their privilege of residence in the United States. After a review, we have determined that the 12 intelligence operatives engaged in espionage activities that are adverse to our national security. Our actions are consistent with the United Nations Headquarters Agreement.
“Separately, President Trump ordered the expulsion of 48 Russian intelligence officers and the closure of the Russian Consulate General in Seattle.
“The President’s decision today shows that Russia’s actions have consequences. Beyond Russia’s destabilizing behavior across the world, such as its participation in the atrocities in Syria and its illegal actions in Ukraine, it has now used a chemical weapon within the borders of one of our closest allies. Here in New York, Russia uses the United Nations as a safe haven for dangerous activities within our own borders. Today, the United States and many of our friends are sending a clear message that we will not stand for Russia’s misconduct,” said Ambassador Haley
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 05:53 AM PDT
"Mad" Mike Hughes, a 61-year-old limo driver and a flat Earth believer, became a self-taught rocket scientist to prove that the Earth is not round and is shaped more like a frisbee.
For the past year, Hughes designed a rocket that launched him 1,875 feet into the air on Saturday. Hughes was injured upon landing, but plans on continuing his work with funds provided by flat Earth groups. He also plans to run for Governor of California.
Fox News reports the following:
“A self-taught rocket scientist who believes the Earth is flat and wants to run for California governor shot himself up about 1,875 feet in the air in his homemade rocket on Saturday.
"Mad" Mike Hughes, a 61-year-old limo driver, promised last year to propel himself up in the air and snap a photo proving that astronauts conspired to fabricate the shape of the planet. The stunt was supposed to be the first phase of the flat-Earth space program and received backing from flat-Earth groups.
"Relieved," the daredevil said after a landing that left him with minor injuries. "I'm tired of people saying I chickened out and didn't build a rocket. I'm tired of that stuff. I manned up and did it."
The rocket launch near Amboy, California – about 200 miles east of Los Angeles – was first scheduled last year, but it was postponed multiple times amid mechanical problems and logistical issues with the Bureau of Land Management.
Despite having some minor technical issues on Saturday, Hughes went ahead and shot himself in the air, reaching around 350 mph before pulling his parachute. He had to deploy a second parachute because he was dropping too fast.
"Am I glad I did it? Yeah. I guess. I'll feel it in the morning. I won't be able to get out of bed. At least I can go home and have dinner and see my cats tonight," Hughes said after the stunt.”
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 05:35 AM PDT
Gov. Andrew Cuomo attempted to pull jokes aimed at Jewish people while proposing a budget plan at a predominantly black church.
According to sources and eyewitnesses, Cuomo poked fun at Jewish people’s inability to dance in rhythm. The joke wasn’t too well received.
The New York Post reports the following:
“Gov. Cuomo on Sunday made fun of the "rhythm" of "our Jewish brothers and sisters" during a speech at a predominantly black church in Harlem.
Cuomo strayed onto the risky terrain of religious humor and stereotypes while thanking the congregation at Mount Neboh Baptist Church for the invitation to speak.
I want you to know as a matter of full disclosure, I am a Catholic. Catholics basically believe the same teachings that Baptists believe," he said. "We just do it without the rhythm. But we try. We are not as without rhythm as some of our Jewish brothers and sisters."
Cuomo even singled out the off-beat swaying of Democratic consultant Hank Sheinkopf, a former campaign adviser who is Jewish, who was sitting in the front row wearing a yarmulke.
"I was watching Mr. Sheinkopf here in the front row moving to the music," Cuomo said of the politico, who was ordained as an Orthodox rabbi in 2011.
"It was ugly, I'll tell you the truth," the governor added.”
Posted: 26 Mar 2018 05:12 AM PDT
A new mobile app will allow restaurants, bars and nightclubs in New York to make extra money from customers who aren’t eating a thing, according to an exclusive report in the New York Post Sunday night.
Hit by increasing costs for rent, labor and food, many in the restaurant industry in New York are taking advantage of a new third-party app that allows them to rent out their bathrooms, dining areas and coat-check services for bring in extra cash.
Luluapp — a mobile app that, for a fee, promises to direct tourists and other assorted weak bladders to the nearest available bathroom — says it has already signed up more than 100 New York restaurants and bars ahead of its summer launch.
"Instead of paying a lot of money for a Facebook or Yelp ad, we let restaurants promote a free drink or discount to our users" after they use the facilities, Luluapp CEO Paolo Cogliati told The Post.
Luluapp generates a digital "bathroom pass" charging anywhere from 99 cents to duck into a pizza dive to $5 for a swanky bathroom that offers lotions, super-private stalls and high-end hand towels. The restaurants get 65 percent of the fee.
"Restaurants do want to hear our pitch because it's just so weird," Cogliati says.
He declined to name any of the restaurants he's working with, but Burak Karacam, owner of the swanky Pera Mediterranean Brasserie near Grande Central Terminal, said he got pitched by Luluapp and passed.
Instead, he decided to work with Bagbnb, a Rome-based luggage storage startup that claims to work with bars and restaurants in 60 cities worldwide, including 26 venues in the Big Apple.
One restaurant near Penn Station, Pennsylvania 6, said it started using the Bagbnb app a few months ago, and brings in an extra $2,000 per month just from storing people’s bags for a few hours. Many of those customers end up grabbing a meal or a drink before they catch the train.
Another app some restaurants are signing up for, called KettleSpace, allows entrepreneurs and freelancers to bring their laptops and use the dining spaces during off hours, for fees ranging from $25 for 10 hours, or $99 per month for unlimited access.
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 04:37 AM PDT
The adult film star, Stormy Daniels, has been hit with a “cease and desist” letter from Michael Cohen’s attorney, following her tell-all interview on “60 Minutes” Sunday night, when she alleged that she had been threatened with her life.
Daniels had reportedly received a $130,000 payment from Cohen, who is President Trump’s attorney, in exchange for her silence over an alleged encounter with Trump over 12 years ago, but she broke that agreement Sunday night, deciding to go public with her claims anyway.
Fox News reported Monday:
Brent Blakely, Cohen’s attorney, demanded that Daniels apologize for insinuating that his client was behind the threat she described that allegedly took place in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.
Daniels said in the interview that an unidentified man told her: “Leave Trump alone. Forget the story.”
She said she was with her daughter at the time and the man continued, “That’s a beautiful little girl. It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom.”
The letter, which was also sent to Daniel's attorney, Michael Avenatti, demanded that the actress refrain from making "false and defamatory statements" about Cohen in the future.
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Posted: 26 Mar 2018 04:14 AM PDT
President Trump sent out a statement on Twitter Monday morning, bringing the focus back to a very important matter – the U.S. economy.
The president tweeted:
The economy is looking really good. It has been many years that we have seen these kind of numbers. The underlying strength of companies has perhaps never been better.
Posted: 25 Mar 2018 08:41 PM PDT
President Trump sent out a single Twitter statement late Sunday night, promoting a new book by conservative radio talk show host Howie Carr.
The book is titled, “What Really Happened: How Donald J. Trump Saved America from Hillary Clinton.”
.@HowieCarrShow just wrote a book which everyone is talking about. He was a great help. He is a veteran journalist who had a great influence in NH and beyond. He calls it the most amazing political campaign of modern times. The book is called, "What Really Happened." Enjoy! #MAGA
Carr had tweeted about the newly published book on March 6.
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