Старший сын президента США Дональд Трамп — младший заболел коронавирусом нового типа. Об этом сообщает Bloomberg, со ссылкой на людей, знакомых с ситуацией.
Как рассказали собеседники агентства, сын американского лидера сдал положительный тест на COVID-19.
Отмечается, что Трамп — младший ушел на самоизоляцию.
Его представитель сообщил, что у него отсутствуют симптомы этого заболевания.
She recently discovered she is expecting a baby girl with her fiancé Martin.
And Kate Lawler displayed her growing baby bump as she was seen with a film crew in a London park while walking her dogs on Monday.
The Big Brother winner, 40, opted for a casual look for the day, sporting a blue jacket with a faux fur lined collar as the camera crew captured her stroll.
Kate wrapped up in a striped scarf while she also wore a pair of black leather leggings.
Letting her platinum blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders, Kate donned a pair of white trainers and a black jumper.
Going make-up free for the outing, Kate was seen checking her phone as she took her pet pooches Shirley and Baxter around the park.
It comes after Kate took to Instagram to mark the start of her third pregnancy trimester over the weekend.
The former reality star posed in black underwear on her bed in candid snaps, showcasing her blossoming bump.
She captioned the playful photos: 'Second trimester complete! This pregnancy feels like it’s flying by some days, yet there are times when I feel like I’ve been preggers forever!'
She added: 'I’m also so grateful to have experienced an enjoyable second trimester, to feel our little lady moving more and more each week and to know that so far, there’s nothing to worry about and she’s doing very well inside my ever-expanding tummy. '
The reality star-turned-DJ joked that her bump is a 'whopper' and that her baby daughter will be a 'chunk' as she 'loves her food'.
To announce the gender news, Kate posted a video accompanied by the Beyoncé track Run The World (Girls).
She shared that her plan to overrun the household with females is 'nearly complete'.
She posted: 'My long term plan to assume total control over the household is nearly complete (Just kidding).
'We are both delighted to share with you all, that we are having a little girl. Happy Sunday everyone.'
In the video, she was seen brandishing a pair of pink sparkling shoes while holding her dog Shirley, who excitedly licked her face.
She also posted another snap of her other dog Baxter with the pink shoes, captioning it: 'You're joking... What another one? Yes Baxter. Another sister. I can't wait for the doggies to meet our daughter #ItsAGirl'
Kate gave followers another insight into her pregnancy last week as she took to Instagram with a picture of her growing baby bump.
The former Big Brother winner detailed the highs and lows of pregnancy - among them cellulite, flatulence and an inevitable lack of sleep - while posing for a side shot of her bump in a grey bra and matching underwear.
Captioning the selfie, in which she affectionately cupped her stomach with a free hand, she wrote: '25 weeks today. Question. When do you consider the third trimester to start? I've read 26 weeks, 27 and 28 weeks!
'Because I'm having a c-section, I won't go over 39 weeks so if you divide 39 into 3, that's 13 weeks per trimester, meaning I've just entered the penultimate week of my second trimester.
'Our baby is now considered 'viable' which means the poop nugget could survive if born right now and given the right support. Obviously an early arrival isn't what I want, but it's good to know that our baby would be in with a fighting chance.'
Documenting her pregnancy symptoms, she added: 'I'm strangely full of energy despite not sleeping much at all. I'm probably foolish to think I'll sleep better once our baby arrives right?
'The thing is, I'm up 3-4 times a night to pee at the minute, I can only sleep on my left side which hurts my hip and I'm worried about waking up and being on my tummy and crushing the poop nugget.
'The main symptoms this trimester are burping and windy pops which is highly embarrassing as I've never done a pop-off on purpose in front of The Handsome. Of course he thinks it's hilarious. Brilliennnnt.'
President-elect Joe Biden pushed the Senate on Tuesday to begin confirmation hearings for his cabinet selections in the coming weeks, a process that could put at least some leaders of the incoming administration in position to assume their roles on Inauguration Day.
"I hope these outstanding nominees received a prompt hearing, and that we can work across the aisle in good faith to move forward for the country,” Biden said Tuesday. “Let's begin that work to heal and unite, to heal and unite America as well as the world.”
Biden and his transition team this week rolled out the names of his top national security staff, as well as nominees for secretary of state and ambassador to the United Nations. The president-elect held a press event Tuesday at his home base in Wilmington, Del., to introduce the nominees.
“To the American people, this team will make us proud to be Americans,” Biden said.
The path to confirmation for Biden's nominees remains unclear as control of the Senate will be decided by two runoff elections in Georgia early next year. Senate Republicans thus far have exerted considerable caution not to run afoul of President Donald Trump's unfounded claims of election fraud by acknowledging Biden's victory. Still, lawmakers including Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) have all suggested that the incoming president is entitled to a cabinet.
Cabinet selections for incoming presidents have historically been granted hearings in their relevant Senate committees ahead of Inauguration Day. Two of President Donald Trump's original cabinet members, former Secretary of Defense James Mattis and former Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, were confirmed on Trump's inauguration day. Former Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush had six and seven members of their original cabinets confirmed on inauguration day, respectively.
Each of the Biden nominees on stage Tuesday were given time to speak, and several took time to indirectly contrast themselves with their Trump administration counterparts.
To wit, Avril Haines, Biden's designate for director of national intelligence, vowed to voice uncomfortable truths to Biden and other members of the administration. Tony Blinken, the secretary of state nominee, promised to renew America’s commitment to global alliances, as did Biden’s pick for United Nations envoy.
“Multilateralism is back,” Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the president-elect's nominee for U.S. ambassador to the U.N., said.
Blinken also recounted his stepfather’s harrowing tale escaping death during the Holocaust, in which he emerged from a hiding place in the woods after fleeing Nazis to encounter a Black American solider who emerged from a tank.
“He got down on his knees and said the only three words he knew in English his mother taught him before the war: ‘God bless America,’” Blinken said. “That's who we are. That's what America represents to the world, however imperfectly.”
The presentation came less than a day after GSA administrator Emily Murphy acquiesced to swelling pressure and allowed for the formal transition process to commence as President Donald Trump’s efforts to subvert the election results continued to evaporate. Biden said he was “pleased to have received the ascertainment” — the official term for the designation Murphy conferred to Biden — “so our teams can prepare to meet the challenges at hand.”
“And as more states certify results of this election, there's progress to wrap up our victory,” Biden said.
Neither Biden, vice president-elect Kamala Harris nor anyone else on stage took questions from the press following their remarks.
Biden’s stage-crafted event came little more than an hour after Trump bounded into the White House briefing room to hold an hastily arranged address touting the Dow Jones Industrial Average breaking the 30,000-point plateau.
Trump’s remarks lasted only a minute and the president will preside over the White House’s annual turkey pardoning ceremony this afternoon.
Whisper it quietly, but West Ham fans might look forward to heading to the London Stadium this weekend.
This place has not been the happiest or most popular of homes since their controversial move in 2016.
But right now the Hammers faithful will be enjoying what they are seeing more than they have for some time.
Certainly results wise and when they look at the league table.
Since they were last able to watch their team in the flesh, David Moyes has kept West Ham up and slowly moulded them into a notably more effective and organised outfit, as he was expected to if given the chance.
They are also currently doing what he boldly declared, to some mockery at the time, he does best when he returned 11 months ago – winning games.
Now, when fans return for Saturday evening's visit of Manchester United, the lucky 2000 will turn up to see the best team West Ham have had since they upped sticks from Upton Park.
That's certainly what the numbers say. West Ham were already enjoying their best start to a season for five years before Villa returned to the ground where they clinched their survival just four months ago.
Angelo Ogbonna and Jarrod Bowen goals extended it, sending them into Saturday's clash in fifth place and on a high.
This win was a victory for their resilience and doggedness, as they somehow held on in the face of at times incessant Villa pressure.
They also required plenty of good fortune before their third successive victory was clinched too.
Moyes carried the look of a relieved man who knew his side had got away with one as he bumped fists with Dean Smith at full-time.
In Smith's words, Villa 'played West Ham off the park at their own place,' equalised once through Jack Grealish, saw Ollie Watkins miss a penalty and have an injury time equaliser ruled out following the tightest of VAR offside calls.
'Thrilled to take three points and with the position we're in. It was not a very good performance, but we played a good team,' Moyes said.
'We showed resilience. The small things went for us, they missed a pen, we take what we get and move on.'
The dramatic ending would have done nothing to improve the mood of Dean Smith who was involved in a running battle with West Ham's bench throughout and especially angered by cheat claims aimed at star man Grealish.
The scrapping of Watkins' goal, after his arm ended up ahead of Ogbonna as he tried to fend him off, would have been hard enough to take.
That Villa also had good grounds for a penalty in the incident just compounded the situation.
Smith said: 'It's not frustrating it's just wrong. The only reason his arm is where it is because he is being fouled and the player has got his arms around his neck.
'They spend so much time looking at the offside they don't look at the penalty. That's the disappointing thing. VAR is ruining the enjoyment of the game.'
Michail Antonio was back for West Ham after over a month out with a hamstring injury and straight back into the action, setting up a chance for Tomas Soucek which Matt Targett deflected wide.
Targett's sprawling intervention, though, only delayed West Ham's perfect start by seconds.
Bowen swung in the resulting corner and Ogbonna towered above Targett at the back-post, thundering a header into the net.
Villa mustered an impressive response, taking control of the game.
And when Grealish levelled, smashing past Lukasz Fabianski from 20 yards with the aid of a deflection off Ogbonna, it was fully deserved.
West Ham were comfortably second best in the first half and Moyes reacted.
Off came Arthur Masuaku and Antonio, who felt a tweak in his hamstring, and on came Said Benrahma and Haller.
And West Ham's start to the second half was even quicker than in the first following vital contributions from Moyes's two subs.
Both were involved in the move that ended with Berahama crossing for Bowen to divert West Ham's second past Martinez just 29 seconds into the half.
Villa hit back impressively again, Aaron Cresswell blocking a John McGinn effort and Fabianski brilliantly denying Trezeguet from close range.
In between tempers flared on the sidelines, not for the first time, after a swipe by Pablo Fornals felled Grealish, sparking an angry exchange which ended with Villa coach John Terry and member of Moyes's backroom team being booked.
There was an eventful finish on the pitch too. First the penalty, crashed against the bar by Watkins after Declan Rice was penalised for tugging back Trezeguet in the box.
Then in stoppage time Watkins thought he had made amends when he side-footed in Targett's cross, only to see his equaliser snatched away by VAR Stuart Attwell and his team at Stockley Park.
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