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08 Ноя 2020, 23:06
Меланья Трамп призывает учитывать законные голоса на выборах президента

Первая леди США Меланья Трамп призвала учитывать законные голоса, которые были отданы в ходе выборов главы Белого дома. Об этом она написала в своем Twitter.

По ее словам, каждый гражданин США заслуживает честного проведения выборов.

«Каждый законный — не незаконный — голос должен быть учтен. Мы должны защитить нашу демократию с помощью полной транспарентности», — написала Меланья Трамп.

3 ноября в США прошли президентские выборы, основными претендентами на пост главы государства являются демократ Джо Байден и действующий президент, республиканец Дональд Трамп.

7 ноября ведущие американские СМИ — ABC News, FOX News, CNN, AP и NBC — объявили о победе демократа Джо Байдена на президентских выборах в США. Официально итоги еще не были подведены.

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— Меланья Трамп задумалась о разводе после результатов выборов

— CNN: зять и советник Трампа предложил ему признать поражение на выборах

— Трамп: у нас есть письменные показания о мошенничестве при голосовании

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02 Дек 2020, 19:35

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Переговоры между бывшим народным депутатом Максимом Микитасем и неназванными представителями Укрбуда состоялись в период с июля по ноябрь 2017 года.

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15 Ноя 2020, 01:15

Wales were hit for six against Ireland but gave under-fire Wayne Pivac their backing to keep pushing boundaries.

Wales looked like strangers in the night at times in Dublin - unrecognisable from the team that won the Six Nations Grand Slam last year and made the World Cup semi-final.

The harrowing defeat, in which their set-piece crumbled to dust, has left the Welsh floundering.

But despite six losses in seven under new coach Pivac centre Jonathan Davies still believes in the boss.

Asked if he was the right man for the job the 32-year-old centre said: 'Yes of course. We enjoy preparing the plan he wants in the week, it's just at the moment we need to make sure we're delivering on a game day.

'There has been a bit of change, but the change has been in a positive way.

'Our frustration levels are extremely high because we are not delivering.

'We feel there was an improvement, but nowhere near where we want to be or where we can be.' Adding to the woe Davies himself went off with an injury to his right knee - he tore the cruciate ligament in his left knee at the World Cup.

'It's still a bit early doors at the moment, but I have to make sure I look after it now,' he said.

Pivac's solitary victory came way back in February against Italy. Since he has lost to Ireland and France twice, England and Scotland and the team has regressed alarmingly.

Ironically having dispensed of defence coach Byron Hayward Wales looked more energetic without the ball - but their scrum was terrible, they lost all but one lineout and failed to score a try.

In the last two matches after international rugby's resumption Wales have conceded an eye-watering 34 penalties in two Tests.

And Davies admits that slide in discipline desperately needs to be halted.

'Our indiscipline needs to be addressed immediately,' he added.

'We need to make ourselves accountable for that and make sure we don't give teams piggybacks into easy areas where they can score points.

'After the long, long break we had over Covid I think we've been slow out of the blocks. We were late coming back to regional rugby and the international game as well.

'Traditionally, the longer we spend together, the better we get and we are seeing improvements in certain areas.

'We are not quite there yet with the product as a whole. We need to keep building as a unit together.

'When we turn up to Test matches we know with the squad and group of coaches we have and the preparation we've done, everything is world class. We need to make sure that come game day we get better results to show the Welsh public.

'We're not happy with our performances, but we have to stay together.' Davies has been part of a shocking run of defeats before.

In 2012 Wales won a Grand Slam then went to Australia and were beaten 3-0; they came back home and lost to the Wallabies, New Zealand, Argentina and Samoa too before starting the 2013 Six Nations with defeat to Ireland.

But after that eight-Test run of losses they turned things around and famously won the 2013 Six Nations, beating England 30-3 in Cardiff to seal the title. So Davies hopes history can repeat itself.

'I don't know if I'm fortunate or not, but I have been through a tough patch previously,' he said.

'This is the first time a lot of the boys have had a run of losses and performances we haven't been happy with.

'This is character building and come the next opportunity we get, it's important we get a win. When we get a win and a run of form, it will all be forgotten.' Pivac will heavily rotate for Georgia next week. In time he needs to find replacements for Alun Wyn Jones, 35, Davies, 32, Dan Biggar, Justin Tipuric and Leigh Halfpenny, all 31, as well as Taulupe Faletau, 30. A rebuild will take time, but that is in short supply right now.

The Irish want to improve against England.

'We got found out at Twickenham last time,' said Johnny Sexton.

'England have got a massive squad and it's a massive challenge for us. It will be a great fixture to see how far we've come in eight months.'

30 Ноя 2020, 07:14

Jodi Gordon's new romance with British investment portfolio manager Sebastian Blackler has taken a turn for the worse.

Just a week after the former Neighbours star, 35, publicly declared her love for Sebastian on November 21, police took out an interim apprehended violence order (AVO) against him on her behalf.

The AVO was issued last week after a disturbance involving the couple at Jodi's Double Bay home.

Neighbours had reported screaming at the home, before police rushed to the scene where they interviewed a man believed to be Sebastian.

Reports confirm police stayed at Jodi's property for several hours, then issued Sebastian with an AVO preventing him from stalking, harassing or intimidating Jodi.

Sebastian is also prohibited from damaging Jodi's property, and cannot physically approach Jodi for at least 12 hours after drinking alcohol or taking illicit drugs.

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting Mr Blackler is alleged to have done any of that, and police have laid no charges against him.

Aleeia, Jodi's daughter from her marriage to retired NRL star Braith Anasta, is not believed to have been present at the time of the disturbance.

The matter between the couple will be heard at Sydney's Downing Centre Court on Thursday, December 3.

On Sunday, Jodi was spotted for the first time since her AVO drama unfolded, as she took her six-year-old daughter Aleeia for ice cream.

The bronzed brunette looked effortlessly glamorous in a black off-the-shoulder crop top and matching wrap skirt.

She swept her hair into a low chignon and completed her look with a pair of flat sandals.

Despite her rocky love life, Jodi maintained an upbeat composure as she helped her cherubic daughter climb out of their luxury car and cross the street towards a convenience store.

Aleeia, who wore a pale yellow sundress and matching scrunchie, was later seen leaving the store with an ice cream in hand, while Jodi clutched an energy drink.

Jodi's AVO drama is worlds away from the loved-up relationship she portrayed on social media just a week earlier.

She is believed to have been dating Sebastian for weeks before finally making their love Instagram official last weekend.

Appearing completely smitten with her new beau, Jodi announced that she had found love while uploading two photos of the couple cuddling up together.

Jodi, who split from her footy star ex-husband Braith Anasta five years ago, proudly displayed her new beau as they beamed for the camera.

'When life gets wonderful...' the mother-of-one captioned her post, alongside a silver heart emoji.

Excited fans showered the soap star with congratulatory comments, with one writing: 'You deserve it, Jodi.'

'So happy to see this honey. You deserve it xxxx both looking so happy and glowing,' another follower wrote.

Many of her celebrity friends also commented on the post, with The Bachelor's Anna Heinrich posting three love heart-eyed emojis, and model Megan Gale commenting 'beautiful'.

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