Trump Tried To Tweet Without Twitter And It Went South In A Hurry
Ex-President Donald Trump launched a new bid for attention on Wednesday as he attempted to claim credit for the coronavirus vaccine.
The statement resembled his old tweets in style and was just under the character limit for a tweet. But since Trump has been banned from Twitter, he sent it out as a press release instead.
“I hope everyone remembers,” he stated twice and insisted the COVID-19 vaccine was only possible because of him.
His critics offered some all-too-honest remembrances of Trump’s role in the pandemic, just not the kind he was hoping for:
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Super League Gaming Acquires Mobcrush In All-stock Deal – Quick Facts
Super League Gaming Inc. (SLGG) announced Thursday the acquisition of Mobcrush in an all-stock transaction. Mobcrush is a live streaming technology platform used by hundreds of thousands of gaming influencers who generate and distribute almost two million hours of original content annually. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Mobcrush has accumulated more than 4.5 billion fans and subscribers across the most popular live streaming and social media platforms, including Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more.
Mobcrush also owns Mineville, one of six exclusive, official Minecraft server partners that is enjoyed by more than 22 million unique players annually.
Super League Gaming operates amateur esports community and content platform that facilitates and streams e-sports competitions.
The transaction will also see the combining of Mobcrush’s live streaming technology platform and proprietary AI-driven gameplay highlights software, with Super League’s patented visualization technology and cloud-based, remote video production and monitoring division, Virtualis Studios.
The transaction, which is expected to close as early as Super League’s second fiscal quarter of 2021, is subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals, including shareholder approval.
Genesco Q4 Results Top View – Quick Facts
Genesco Inc. (GCO) reported that its fourth quarter net earnings climbed to $89.92 million or $6.20 per share from $35.56 million or $2.49 per share in the prior year.
Adjusted earnings from continuing operations per share were $2.76, compared to $3.09 last year. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected the company to report earnings of $1.96 per share. Analysts’ estimates typically exclude special items.
Net sales for the quarter declined to $636.80 million from $677.58 million in the prior year, hurt by continued pressure at Johnston & Murphy and the impact from store closures during the quarter, partially offset by digital comp growth of 55%. Analysts expected revenues of $617.55 million for the quarter.
Comparable sales for the fourth-quarter increased 1%.
Cowboys QB Dak Prescott explains what emotional, viral hug was ‘truly’ about
FRISCO, Texas – Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott soaked in the photo again Wednesday.
Youngest brother embracing oldest brother.
Their middle brother missing from the frame yet ever-present on their minds.
“I don’t know if the world knows what that was truly about,” Dak Prescott said from Cowboys headquarters at a press conference after signing a four-year, $160 million deal. “That moment was truly about my mom and my brother.”
Consider a year ago.
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CNN’s Brianna Keilar Busts Lindsey Graham’s Big ‘Magic’ Myth About Donald Trump
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) further prostrated himself before Donald Trump at the weekend when he declared there was some “magic” in the ex-president that he was trying to channel for the greater good.
“There’s something about Trump. There’s a dark side and there’s some magic there. What I’m trying to do is harness the magic,” Graham told Axios’ Jonathan Swan.
On Wednesday, CNN’s Brianna Keilar debunked Graham’s claim in a seven-minute segment exploring the South Carolina Republican’s “curious metamorphosis” into “Trump’s sidekick.”
“The only magic there is watching the Lindsey Graham we once knew disappear,” said Keilar, noting how Graham’s 2015 attacks on Trump transformed into adulation of the president once he’d moved into the White House.
“Trump isn’t a magician. He’s a carnival barker, whipping up an audience for a one-man circus,” she added. “Donald Trump has only ever acted in the interest of one thing, himself.”
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