There are certain things that appear in the International news that when I can be convinced they are true, tend to make my stomach sick. One example is when I see pedophiles occupying the Queen's chair, Both of whom you will see and neither is paid for his crimes. I will give you some of those examples and let's see how you feel.
|1. Kanye running (not far)|
Rapper Kanye West is loving the frenzy he touched off during fireworks:
As ABC's Terry Moran put it on the "This Week" roundtable: "These are serious times. ... We have two old men running for office. America is a tomorrow country. I think the person who better defines what tomorrow looks like is going to win. My hunch is that's not gonna be Kanye. ... His videos will be great, I'm sure."
|2. 🇬🇧 There'll always be an England, in two acts|
Spotted yesterday in Shaldon, England. Photo: Tony Hicks/AP
Act I ... "Naked men and drunks: England assesses the reopening of pubs" ... AP headline as UK restaurants and pubs reopen for the first time in three months.
Act II ... BBC presenter Lewis Vaughan Jones had this deadpan opening for a newscast on July 4, which they could take a little personally across the pond:
|3. 📷 Caught in the act|
Photo: Christopher Sadowski for the New York Post. Cover courtesy N.Y. Post
The New York Post spotted Michael Cohen, who was released from federal prison in May to serve his sentence at home because of the pandemic, dining out Thursday night on the Upper East Side.
"Cohen, his wife, Laura, and another couple spent about an hour chatting before they became the last patrons to leave around 11:30 p.m.," the Post reports.
Photo: The Daily Telegraph. Cover: Courtesy N.Y. Post
4. In a second classic Post cover, the paper today shows a newly surfaced 2002 shot of Ghislaine Maxwell, just-captured accused madam of Jeffrey Epstein, sitting on Queen Elizabeth II's throne, next to Kevin Spacey.
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Source and idea with about 99% of the writing and pictures is Mike Allen from Axios