Trevor Noah Ribs Biden for Fist-Bumping in Saudi Arabia: 'That's the Whitest Decision of All Time'
President Joe Biden may have given Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman the fist bump seen 'round the world, but "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah had a good laugh Monday night imagining the other ways the two could have greeted each other. "You know what Biden should have done if he didn't want any controversy? He should have gone in for the handshake and then given him the psych," Noah said, extending his hand before pulling it away quickly. "There's no comeback from that. Devastating." While it didn't exhibit the formality of a handshake between world leaders, Biden has come under fire for his fist bump with bin Salman, who U.S.
© J. Scott Applewhite The vote of the House of Representatives in Capitol, in Washington, should not be enough to impose a raising of The legal age to buy assault rifles.
They have become, in the words of the White House, " the main killer of children in the United States". Friday evening, the US Congress voted to ban the assault rifles, These semi-automatic weapons in the heart of several killings that have shaken the United States in recent months.
The text was adopted by the House of Representatives with 217 votes for and 213 against but it seems dedicated to failure in the Senate. Due to the qualified majority rules that reign in the upper House of Congress, ten republican senators would have to vote with their 50 Democratic colleagues to banish the assault rifles.
Biden, confronted with the throes of covid insulation, can finally redo sport
© Stefani Reynolds Order, Joe Biden's dog, June 25, 2022 in the White House Be interrupted by a dog in full call, Ask what we look in video, and finally be authorized to redo sport: he may be the most powerful man in the world, the disadvantages of the insulation linked to the covid are the same for Joe Biden as for everyone.
A highly improbable perspective as the partisan fractures are great on the subject of weapons: Friday, only two republican representatives joined their voice to those of the Democrats.
A business at one billion dollars
, however, in 1994, the Congress had succeeded in adopting a law banning for ten years assault rifles and some large capacity chargers. She expired in 2004 and since the sales of these weapons, promoted by manufacturers like "sports rifles" , have gone. Over the past ten years, they have reported more $ 1 billion , according to a parliamentary report.
Massacres committed with AR-15 type rifles in a Texas school (21 dead), a supermarket frequented by African-Americans (10 dead) and a parade from the National Day (7 dead) have recently revived calls to prohibit them.
Ex-NFL receiver Charles Johnson was reported missing day before being found dead
Former NFL receiver and Colorado star Charles Johnson was found in a hotel room less than seven miles from his house on July 17.The suspected cause of his death is not publicly known. Police are still investigating and said there were no signs of foul play.
After the bloodbath in the Uvalde school, Joe Biden had implored the Congress, at least, to raise the legal age to be able to buy it. This Friday, the White House reiterated its support for a measure which "would save lives". "40,000 Americans die each year from bullet injury and firearms have become the main killer of children in the United States," she said in a statement. Until now, the Republicans have united against this measure which they perceive as a violation of the second amendment of the Constitution on the right to carry weapons. In a hurry to act, they just agreed to support a very modest law which strengthens the means to seize the weapons of violent spouses, and increases the means for mental health and the safety of schools.
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Stacker compiled a list of the most covered songs of all time with data from WhoSampled.com as of Feb. 26, 2020. The Beatles and Christmas music account for a number of the entries, with covers of each spanning numerous genres.