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Chris Christie Roasted

Chris Christie Roasted

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President Biden on Omicron Surge: 'We Have More Work to Do' [Video]

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President Biden on Omicron Surge: , 'We Have More Work to Do'. On Dec. 27, President Joe Biden reassured Americans his administration will address the country's needs as the Omicron variant surges. Last week, many citizens of the United States encountered problems when trying to locate a COVID-19 test. Last week, many citizens of the United States encountered problems when trying to locate a COVID-19 test. Seeing how tough it was for some folks to get a test this weekend shows that we have more work to do. , President Joe Biden, on-call with COVID response team, via Reuters. Biden expressed disappointment for the American people. It's clearly not enough. , President Joe Biden, on-call with COVID response team, via Reuters. According to Reuters, U.S. officials are bracing themselves for an influx of cases following this year's holiday season. . Data shows in the last week, the average amount of new cases jumped 55%. The United States is now averaging over 205,000 new COVID-19 infections each day. Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci advises Americans to avoid large holiday gatherings. When we are talking about a New Year's Eve party ... I would recommend strongly stay away from that this year. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to White House, via CNN. We really still need to be extremely careful. , Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to White House, via MSNBC

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NYC Mayor de Blasio Announces Sweeping New Vaccine Mandate for the Private Sector [Video]

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NYC Mayor de Blasio, Announces Sweeping New , Vaccine Mandate for the Private Sector . On December 6, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a far-reaching Covid vaccine mandate for all private employers. On December 6, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a far-reaching Covid vaccine mandate for all private employers. 'The New York Times' reports that the new measures are part of the ongoing effort to fight the spread of the Omicron variant. . The aggressive measure reportedly takes effect on December 27. . De Blasio described the order as a pre-emptive strike to help reduce transmission during the holiday season. . Omicron is here, and it looks like it’s very transmissible. The timing is horrible with the winter months, Bill de Blasio, New York City Mayor, via MSNBC. Omicron is here, and it looks like it’s very transmissible. The timing is horrible with the winter months, Bill de Blasio, New York City Mayor, via MSNBC. NYC already has vaccine mandates in effect for city workers, as well as for indoor restaurants, entertainment and gyms. . NYC already has vaccine mandates in effect for city workers, as well as for indoor restaurants, entertainment and gyms. . Almost 90% of adults in NYC have already received at least one dose of a COVID vaccine. . In addition to the mandate, the rules for dining and entertainment will apply to children ages 5 to 11 starting on December 14. Starting on December 27, the requirements for adults will increase from one dose of a vaccine to two. . According to 'The New York Times,' de Blasio said he feels confident that the new mandate would stand up to any legal challenges.

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Surging COVID-19 Infections Lead to School Closures in the United States [Video]

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Surging COVID-19 Infections Lead, to School Closures in the United States. Surging COVID-19 Infections Lead, to School Closures in the United States. 'The Guardian' reports a surge in COVID-19 infections has led some school districts in the United States to close their doors once again. 'The Guardian' reports a surge in COVID-19 infections has led some school districts in the United States to close their doors once again. Rising pediatric cases of COVID-19 have convinced officials in Maryland, New Mexico, New Jersey and New York to return to remote learning. Rising pediatric cases of COVID-19 have convinced officials in Maryland, New Mexico, New Jersey and New York to return to remote learning. I have been very reluctant to close schools but given the current trends in Covid cases, it would be risky not to do so. , Kenneth Hamilton, district superintendent, New York, via 'The Guardian'. I have been very reluctant to close schools but given the current trends in Covid cases, it would be risky not to do so. , Kenneth Hamilton, district superintendent, New York, via 'The Guardian'. As the Omicron variant continues to spread around the country, some education officials are frustrated they have to once again resort to remote education. As the Omicron variant continues to spread around the country, some education officials are frustrated they have to once again resort to remote education. Just when we thought... that things were moving in the right direction... , Dan Domenech, director of the School Superintendents Association, via 'Newsweek'. Just when we thought... that things were moving in the right direction... , Dan Domenech, director of the School Superintendents Association, via 'Newsweek'. ... here we are right back where we were last year. , Dan Domenech, director of the School Superintendents Association, via 'Newsweek'. ... here we are right back where we were last year. , Dan Domenech, director of the School Superintendents Association, via 'Newsweek'. Some health experts question the need for closing schools at all. We know that for kids being in school is the right thing for them, for their mental health, for their education. , Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, via 'The Guardian'. We know that for kids being in school is the right thing for them, for their mental health, for their education. , Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, via 'The Guardian'. We have all sorts of tools to keep schools open so I don’t really understand why school districts are [closing schools]. , Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, via 'The Guardian'. We have all sorts of tools to keep schools open so I don’t really understand why school districts are [closing schools]. , Ashish Jha, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, via 'The Guardian'

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Health Experts Worry Biden’s Plan To Distribute 500 Million COVID-19 Tests Isn’t Enough [Video]

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Health Experts Worry Biden's Plan, To Distribute 500 Million, COVID-19 Tests Isn't Enough. Health Experts Worry Biden's Plan, To Distribute 500 Million, COVID-19 Tests Isn't Enough. As the Omicron variant began its swift spread across the nation, the Biden administration announced plans to distribute 500 million at-home COVID-19 tests starting next month. As the Omicron variant began its swift spread across the nation, the Biden administration announced plans to distribute 500 million at-home COVID-19 tests starting next month. Experts are concerned 500 million tests aren't enough to address the surge of Omicron. Some say the administration should have been distributing tests weeks ago. Health officials say the administration's incompetence in rolling out test kits before the holidays was an "opportunity lost.". The quality of life for people over Christmas was probably diminished if they couldn't get a test. , Amesh Adalja, senior scholar at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, via Fox News. Compounding issues further, a nationwide shortage of COVID-19 tests has left many Americans in the dark. Compounding issues further, a nationwide shortage of COVID-19 tests has left many Americans in the dark. Experts say 500 million tests aren't enough even if limited only to the nation's labor force. I can imagine each 200 million needing at least one test a week. , Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor of medicine at Stanford University, via Fox News. I can imagine each 200 million needing at least one test a week. , Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, professor of medicine at Stanford University, via Fox News. Thus far, the Biden administration's response to the Omicron variant has been underwhelming, to say the least. Thus far, the Biden administration's response to the Omicron variant has been underwhelming, to say the least. The reality is that we’re probably not going to have [tests] in time to mitigate the current surge and at least that. , Neil Jay Sehgal, assistant professor of health policy at University of Maryland School of Public Health, via Fox News. The reality is that we’re probably not going to have [tests] in time to mitigate the current surge and at least that. , Neil Jay Sehgal, assistant professor of health policy at University of Maryland School of Public Health, via Fox News

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Biden, Obama and Others Pay Respects, to Late Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. The death of the former Democratic senator from Nevada was announced late on the night of Dec. 29. . He was 82 and had been battling pancreatic cancer for years. President Joe Biden referred to Reid as one of the all-time great U.S. senators. If Harry said he would do something, he did it. If he gave you his word, you could bank on it. That's how he got things done for the good of the country for decades, President Joe Biden, Statement, via Fox News. A boxer, he never gave up a fight—whether in politics or even against cancer, President Joe Biden, Statement, via Fox News. Harry looked at the challenges of the world and believed it was within our capacity to do good, to do right, and to do our part of perfecting the Union we all love, President Joe Biden, Statement, via Fox News. Former President Obama released a letter he had written to Reid when his health took a turn. You were a great leader in the Senate, and early on you were more generous to me than I had any right to expect, Former President Barack Obama, Released Letter, via Fox News. I wouldn’t have been president had it not been for your encouragement and support, and I wouldn’t have got most of what I got done without your skill and determination, Former President Barack Obama, Released Letter, via Fox News. Former President Bill Clinton described Reid as "one of the most effective Senate leaders our country has ever known.". He was a canny and tough negotiator who was never afraid to make an unpopular decision if it meant getting something done that was right for the country, Former President Bill Clinton, Statement, via Fox News. [I] will always be grateful for the opportunities I had to work with him as president, Former President Bill Clinton, Statement, via Fox News. Current Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer stated that Reid was "one of the most amazing individuals I've ever met.". [Reid] came from humble origins, but he never forgot where he came from and used those boxing instincts to fearlessly fight those who were hurting the poor and the middle class, Sen. Chuck Schumer, Majority Leader, Statement, via Fox News

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Trevor Moore's Death , Officially Ruled an Accident. Fox News reports that the death of comedian, actor and producer Trevor Moore has been ruled an accident by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner. . Fox News reports that the death of comedian, actor and producer Trevor Moore has been ruled an accident by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner. . On August 6, Moore died after a fall from the second-story balcony of his Los Angeles home. . The coroner's report said that Moore's body was found on his backyard patio. . According to the report, he died of blunt force trauma to the head. . Moore's blood alcohol content was also found to be over the legal limit. . According to the report, security camera footage appeared to show Moore exit his residence and "jump over the railing.". Moore was a co-founder of sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U Know with Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Timmy Williams and Darren Trumeter. Moore was a co-founder of sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U Know with Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Timmy Williams and Darren Trumeter. In 2006, the group won Best Sketch Group at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival. . The same year, the group produced their self-titled series which ran on IFC for five seasons. . The same year, the group produced their self-titled series which ran on IFC for five seasons. . Moore went on to write and direct the Disney XD series "Walk the Prank.". Most recently, Moore was the co-creator and executive producer of Disney's "Just Roll With It.". He also was the creator and host of Comedy Central's "The Trevor Moore Show.". He also was the creator and host of Comedy Central's "The Trevor Moore Show."

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White House Officials Criticize Manchin for Withdrawing Support for Build Back Better Plan [Video]

White House Officials Criticize Manchin for Withdrawing Support for Build Back Better Plan

White House Officials Criticize , Manchin for Withdrawing Support, for Build Back Better Plan. White House Officials Criticize , Manchin for Withdrawing Support, for Build Back Better Plan. CBS News reports officials at the White House are displeased with the recent actions of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. CBS News reports officials at the White House are displeased with the recent actions of West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. Appearing on "Fox News Sunday," Manchin, a Democrat, withdrew his support for the Biden Administration's Build Back Better Act. Appearing on "Fox News Sunday," Manchin, a Democrat, withdrew his support for the Biden Administration's Build Back Better Act. I cannot vote to continue with this piece of legislation. I just can't. , Joe Manchin, Senator West Virginia, via CBS News. I cannot vote to continue with this piece of legislation. I just can't. , Joe Manchin, Senator West Virginia, via CBS News. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says Manchin's comments contradict what he had said to President Biden in recent discussions. Press Secretary Jen Psaki says Manchin's comments contradict what he had said to President Biden in recent discussions. Senator Manchin's comments... are at odds with his discussions this week with the President.., Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, via CBS News. Senator Manchin's comments... are at odds with his discussions this week with the President.., Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, via CBS News. According to Psaki, Manchin proposed an outline of a plan on December 14th, which "was the same size and scope as the President's framework, and covered many of the same priorities.". According to Psaki, Manchin proposed an outline of a plan on December 14th, which "was the same size and scope as the President's framework, and covered many of the same priorities.". Officials reportedly "believed it could lead to a compromise acceptable to all.". Officials reportedly "believed it could lead to a compromise acceptable to all.". Before disavowing his support, Psaki says Manchin had "promised to continue conversations in the days ahead, and to work with us to reach that common ground.". Before disavowing his support, Psaki says Manchin had "promised to continue conversations in the days ahead, and to work with us to reach that common ground.". However grim the outlook, Psaki says Democrats must continue to support the Biden agenda. The fight for Build Back Better is too important to give up. , Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, via CBS News. The fight for Build Back Better is too important to give up. , Jen Psaki, White House Press Secretary, via CBS News

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Urban Meyer Is Out As Head Coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars [Video]

Urban Meyer Is Out As Head Coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars

Urban Meyer Is Out, as Head Coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Fox News reports Urban Meyer is out as head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Fox News reports Urban Meyer is out as head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. After merely 13 games, the team announced their plans to move on without him on Dec. 16. After merely 13 games, the team announced their plans to move on without him on Dec. 16. This season has been a headache for the Jaguars. With Meyer at the helm, the team managed to win only two games. Prolific as a head coach in the NCAA, Meyer's collegiate mentality wasn't translating to the NFL. Prolific as a head coach in the NCAA, Meyer's collegiate mentality wasn't translating to the NFL. Following the Jaguars' bye week, the team began to fall apart, averaging a paltry 9.1 points per game. Following the Jaguars' bye week, the team began to fall apart, averaging a paltry 9.1 points per game. The Jaguars have lost their last five games. In a recent interview with the 'Tampa Bay Times,' former Jaguars player Josh Lambo said Meyer had kicked him in a fit of rage as the team practiced in August. In a recent interview with the 'Tampa Bay Times,' former Jaguars player Josh Lambo said Meyer had kicked him in a fit of rage as the team practiced in August. Merely hours after the interview was published, Jaguars owner Shad Khan decided to cut ties with Meyer. Merely hours after the interview was published, Jaguars owner Shad Khan decided to cut ties with Meyer. I am bitterly disappointed to arrive at the conclusion that an immediate change is imperative for everyone. , Shad Khan, owner of Jacksonville Jaguars, via Fox News. I am bitterly disappointed to arrive at the conclusion that an immediate change is imperative for everyone. , Shad Khan, owner of Jacksonville Jaguars, via Fox News

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