A family escape in New Zealand is a miracle, little sister is beautiful and beautiful! It was she who passed the new crown virus on to Trump, who was warned of violating social media rules
Early yesterday morning2Around a time, a family from Christchurch escaped near Kingston, a few days before the tree fellSeconds.The clock leftDriver's positionavoided the call of death.
Justin Verraels (Justin Wealleansindicated that he and his wife, Ine (Ine）、6Nico (Nikoand4Casey (Casey）In.Spend the night in a camper van. The couple, unable to sleep due to the noise caused by the strong wind, got out of bed and sat in front of the car, asking if they wanted to move to the position of the car.
"It's windy outside and it feels like the car is going to be blown up and rolled over.”
Father willNikoA few minutes after he was lowered from the bunk bed and returned to the driver's seat, he stood up again.
"Then the tree fell and hit my seat, a few seconds after I moved.
"If we don't get our son off the top floor, it's going to be smashed."
Fortunately, the top bunk collapsed not enough to threaten Casey, who was sleeping below.
Fullers said he forced open the door and ran to another camper's car, where he called the police.
"The wind was so strong that we could barely walk, the branches and branches fell and the rubble flew around.
"The wind coming out of the lake was so loud that I could hardly hear myself. "
The whole family is on the South Island10Four days after the trip, the day before from Ti Anau (Te AnauDeparture, with more than a dozen other campers in the reserve.
Little sister is beautiful and beautiful! It was she who passed the new coronavirus on to Trump
Hope Hicks (1988-), former White House communications director.
A model, she was one of Trump's closest advisers and served as press secretary on the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign team. Hicks, who was questioned behind closed doors by the House Intelligence Committee about the Russia investigation, told committee members that she had told "white lies" about President Trump before announcing her departure.
Hope Hicks tested positive for the new coronavirus on October 1, 2020.
It was she who passed the new crown virus on to Trump!
The little sister is beautiful and beautiful
In Washington, D.C., in such a suit-and-dress, in a hurry at The Place des Dons, Hicks's every appearance gives a refreshing feel: a picky figure and a beautiful face, and in the crowd, she grabs your eyes directly.
There is such a face value plus the road to promotion in the workplace is always a lot of criticism and gossip, although the little sister low-key life, but also difficult to escape the public gossip.
Everyone grows up at the beginning of the show
Hicks is the typical American show where you grow up with a golden key. Hicks' father represented a major tobacco company in Connecticut and later served as the NFL's executive vice president of public relations, dealing with star scandals and various public relations crises, including the famous Patriots football degassing. Hicks' grandfather worked as a PUBLICist for Texaco during the oil crisis of the 1970s.
A photo of the Hicks family
From a young admiss for Ralph Lauren
Take a picture with your sister in front of an ad for her endorsement
In sixth grade, at the suggestion of a neighbor, Hicks and his sister, Mary Grace Grace was selected by Ralph Lauren to become a model for the brand, and Hicks as a teenager became the original novel for Gossip Girl It Girl's cover girl, in addition to Hicks auditioning for a movie starring Alec Baldwin.
The 13-year-old was so confident that she appeared on the cover of Greenwich Magazine magazine that Hicks left a message: "If my acting career doesn't work, then I'll choose politics." "
At the age of 13, his acting dream was shattered
The blow came a little too early for Hicks, who was set to star in the show, sending a video of herself to "Weakest."
Link's crew, which features Hicks imitating James Bond's classic moves, and an impromptu Rap, earned her the chance to audition for a final audition in Los Angeles. Hicks, accompanied by his mother, was accompanied to the Los Angeles show and found a total of eight seats on stage, while there were 10 children in the dressing room. Hicks was one of the last two to be eliminated.
Hicks' acting dream is over
Hicks broke down in the interview because he was nervous. The experience later became part of Hicks's family, and every time Hicks had an interview or a sports team trial, her mother would "unsymons" remind her of Weakest Link's interview. Perhaps it was this moment that stimulated Hicks, who no longer wanted to experience such failure. Failure ignited her desire to win like Trump.
Model Hope Hicks' devil figure
The Trump camp is desperately trying to get a third lady
Hicks majored in English literature in college and played on the school hockey team. During the 2011 Super Bowl, Hicks helped with his dad's project and met Matthew Hiltzik, a New York publicist Hiltzik, Hiltzik has worked with Hillary and Harvey Weinstein, and runs Hiltzik, a strategic consulting firm Strategies. At the time, Hiltzik also managed the fashion brand Ivanka had just created, and at the behetting of Hicks' father, Hiltzik hired Hicks, who began working in public relations at Ivanka's fashion brand group and became a full-time employee of the Trump Organization in 2014.
In January 2015, Trump called Hicks to his office. Hicks later recalled that Trump looked at her and told her, "I'm thinking about running for president of the United States. In this way, without any campaign experience, at the age of 26, she became the youngest and least senior press secretary in the history of the U.S. presidential race.
Hicks said goodbye to the apartment he shared with his sister in Greenwich, Connecticut. Eighty months after the declaration of war, Hicks was either on Trump's private plane or in a luxury hotel where his campaign was based.
Hicks is the "gatekeeper" for all journalists on the campaign trail to interview Trump, and any media interview must go through her first. She handles hundreds of emails and dozens of phone calls a day, including more than 250 requests to meet with Trump, and she needs to screen all the requests, what is more valuable and meaningful, and how the timing and location are arranged, all of which are well-placed by her. On the other side of the field, Mrs Clinton employs six people as foreign media advisers.
You know, things on the Trump team's side are much trickier than Hillary's. Even now, when you look back on the campaign past, you can recall the famous labels: racists, female sexual harassers, hate demagogues... Every time the boss speaks in public, or tweets and all kinds of quarrels and tears, whether it's smoke or mess, it's Hicks who ends up playing in silence, rounding the court or leveling everything.
And american current affairs reporters have a good opinion of Hicks, saying she is a fair press secretary, courteous to reporters while loyal to Trump, and capable of all the chaos and turmoil. And most importantly: she's the one who has influence over Trump.
Hicks's rules for career advancement
Hicks has kept a low profile, deleting all her social media accounts since joining the Trump campaign (which is simply anti-human), rejecting almost all media requests for her interviews, never allowing her name to appear in the news, and not grabbing the boss's attention from any angle. But every time he appears at a press conference or in another public event, Hicks is sure to wear a generous, sophisticated make-up look and take out his perfect side to deal with all the flashes, never losing his hand.
Pope Francis was seen in May 2017, and Then-White House spokesman Sean Spicer didn't get the chance
Inside is her super-high emotional, deep understanding of Trump's strange temper, the joy and sorrow of the boss and all kinds of habits clear. For example, when Trump watches golf without disturbing him, the fire of time is pure green, and the boss's communication and expression is also at a good time.
As for Hicks, Trump said: "I'm lucky to work with her, she has very good judgment, she always gives me opinions in a low-key way, sometimes it doesn't even sound like opinions, because she's so clever." "
It's better than a daughter-in-law
How close is Trump's relationship with Hicks, as Michael Wolfe, author of "Fire and Fury," reveals: Ivanka is more like Trump's wife and Hicks is more like Trump's daughter.
After Mr. Trump's election, Mr. Hicks still worked seven days a week, getting up at 4 a.m. every morning, replying to emails and working out. She only goes to the gym on a treadmill, and even when she's running, she puts two cell phones in vibration mode in front of her eyes. Her close friend revealed that Hicks would run as fast as three minutes, then stop to answer the phone before returning to the treadmill.
Hicks' desk is outside Trump's office. According to people close to Hicks, she would talk to Trump on her way to the White House in the morning to communicate about the day's trip. "Don't hang up, my phone's going to go through the security belt," Hicks said to Trump on the other side of the phone as he passed through White House security. "Even if the two meet in a few minutes. She arrived at the White House at 7:30 a.m., where she first met with the White House chief of staff and then spent the day at a distance that Mr. Trump could hear.
Another important thing Hicks is doing every day is responsible for Trump's tweets. According to the Washington Post, during the campaign, a Trump tweet was generated: Trump dictates that Hicks records and transfers them to an advisory team, which eventually releases them.
Is reuse because it's too beautiful?
Omarosa Manigo Newman, a former White House adviser best known among Trump's black supporters, was also very forthry in her assessment of Hicks in an interview: "Trump hired her because she looked good." She doesn't even know some of the most basic abbreviations in political terms. One time I said to her (Hicks) that we should pay attention to the GOTV process and get some public opinion out of it, but she had no idea that GOTV was Get What Out The Vote means"
Omarosha was involved on the Trump reality show The Apprentice.
But it doesn't matter what Omarosha says, Ivanka appreciates Hicks: she (Hicks) never comments on issues she has never studied. In any position she has held for the past 10 years, people have tried to prove that she is not qualified. But in any case, she did so with a clear awareness of her intelligence, self-confidence, work ethic, beliefs and ability to progress. No matter what task you assign her, she will succeed in it.
Love exposure Man charged with domestic violence
Despite the high weight, Hicks was physically and mentally exhausted by the redundant work and the scrutiny of the outside world with a magnifying glass. About a year later Hicks had the idea of leaving, and after Ivanka and Kushner's urging, she chose to stick with it. It was the paparazzi who finally left the White House that exposed her affair with Rob Porter, Trump's secretary of state, a Harvard Law School student.
In late January 2018, Hicks, Porter and other members of the White House communications team ate at a Mexican restaurant. Hicks and Porter were then caught on camera leaving for Hicks' apartment in a taxi. Witnesses also said the two men hugged and kissed in the car.
It was supposed to be a blessed affair, but after the media interviewed Porter's two ex-wives, the picture changed. Both of Porter's ex-wives have accused him of domestic violence! Although Porter's side denied it, Hicks was innocently thrust into the air. This has made her, who has been keeping a low profile, an unbearable burden of work.
Hicks left the White House
Porter left the White House on February 7th, and on February 27th Hicks became embroiled in a congressional investigation into Russia. Hicks, one of Mr. Trump's closest aides, was questioned for nine hours before the House Intelligence Committee, where she admitted to members of Congress that she sometimes told "white lies" but kept his mouth shut about the content of her work in the White House. Even where she sits in the White House, she refuses to tell lawmakers. The day after the hearing, on February 28, Hicks announced his resignation.
According to Gidley, now the White House deputy spokesman, Hicks broke down in tears when she announced the news. Instead of getting angry when he heard the news, Mr. Trump personally sent Mr. Hicks to the door of his office, as if to marry his daughter, and let him leave gracefully.
On the day she left, we finally saw the other side of Hicks, who had sent Hicks a "girl's hand" to all the colleagues she had worked with in the White House.
Hicks's friends commented on her: "Hicks is the kind of person who doesn't need a lot of acquaintances and 10 honeys. In her circle, the quality is much higher than the quantity, and for the friends around her, she is willing to pay a lot. "
The Russian investigation is in the dark
After leaving the White House, Hicks will still talk to former boss Trump and White House friends such as Ivanka from time to time. And her life could not be restored to peace. On March 4, 2019, the Congressional Judiciary Committee wrote to Hicks asking her to provide information about obstruction of justice by the Trump administration. Two months later, Congress issued a subpoena against her. On June 4, 2019, Hicks testified before Congress again, as he did last time, accompanied by a White House lawyer. During the hearing, the White House rejected questions from Congress about Hicks 155 times. So at the end of the day, Hicks's presence in Congress is just a show for lawmakers.
No wonder the Democratic Party's face as the AOC really can't watch anymore. After the New York Times released a photo of Hicks refusing a subpoena for the Congressional Russia investigation, the AOC was furious that Hicks was glorifying the woman as she weighed whether to commit a crime before Congress. What about good fairness?
The White House and Fox's revolving door
The front foot sent her daughter out of the door, and the back foot put her daughter in a good place: Hicks was CEO of FOX Group, a strong recommendation from Trump. During Fox's interview with Hicks, Trump also specifically called Murdoch to praise Hicks. A week later, Hicks officially joined FOX with an annual salary of $1 million.
In fact, Hicks has also questioned the "Trump" label on her body, which is not going to narrow her career path. But by a few measures, Hicks is certain that playing for Trump will give her value in a narrow but lucrative market.
At least 19 of the former and current White House officials who have worked for Trump have worked or are working for FOX. Taking over from Hicks as White House communications director is Bill Shine, co-president of Fox News. Also familiar are Mr. Kudlow, now the White House's chief economic adviser, Mr. Bolton, a former White House national security adviser, and Mr. Nolte, a former State Department spokesman.
But Hicks is said to have been unhappy during her time at FOX, and in Los Angeles she was always at a different level from the environment: her job was to take care of American media and democracy, while at FOX she had to serve American audiences. Fox's internal challenge is that their audiences are older, and even if they budget $1 billion a year, it's hard to resist today's hot streaming. Moreover, the Trump camp wants Hicks to hear less against him at FOX, but Hicks' influence is not enough...
There are 13 officials at the top of the Fox Group, two of whom are women
Since I've been unhappy at FOX. The return became hicks' better choice at this point.
For Mr. Trump, Mr. Hicks's return is the beginning of his 2020 re-election campaign. After the dust settled on the Failed Russia investigation and impeachment, Mr. Trump removed those who disagreed with him, and on the other hand, he needed to promote a general he trusted in order to lay out his candidacy and re-election. Between now and the 2020 election, what Mr. Trump needs most is a loyal aide like Mr. Hicks.
In violation of social media rules, Trump's message was again warned
Social media has again labeled U.S. President Donald Trump's message a warning.
Trump is in theTwitterThe flu season is just around the corner, and even if there is a vaccine, sometimes there is one10More than 10,000 people have died from the flu, and there is also a need to seal off the country. Like influenza, he says, learn to coexist with new coronavirus.
TwitterA warning label is put up, referring to the violation of the relevant messageTwitterrules that involve the spread of misleading or harmful statements about the new coronavirus.
Earlier, it was reported that another social mediaFacebookRemove Trump-related comments.
Yesterday, U.S. President Donald Trump's personal physician, Conley, said Trump was doing well and had no signs of a new type of coronary infection.
Conley noted that the team of doctors met with Trump locally Tuesday morning and reported no signs, signs of life and medical examination remained stable, and levels of oxygen saturation in the arteries95-97%。 Conley thinks Trump is doing very well.
Earlier, Mr. Trump left the Maryland Military Medical Center and returned to the White House in a presidential helicopter to continue his treatment.
U.S. President Donald Trump says he expects a second presidential debate.
Trump on social networkstwitterindicated that the expectations were local10Month.15debate in Miami.
Earlier, Mr. Trump, who was infected with new pneumonia, left the Maryland Military Medical Center and returned to the White House in a presidential helicopter for continued treatment.
Multi-country outbreak rebound WHO: Global or one in ten people has been infected with the new coronavirus
The global outbreak of new pneumonia has rebounded, with New York City, USA, which has resumed face-to-face courses, and the positive rate of new coronavirus tests in many districts, which had at least doubled earlier, and the governor announced that the community concerned would have to close again.
Mexico adds one day2.8More than 10,000 cases were confirmed the day before3the death toll was more than twice as high as the previous day. Several European countries, including Spain, have also rebounded.
Globally, more people have been diagnosed3550WHO estimates that about one in 10 people worldwide is infected, warning that the outbreak is not over.
Large demonstrations broke out in Kyrgyzstan and the Electoral Commission declared the results of the parliamentary elections null and void
Large-scale demonstrations broke out in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz capital, to protest the results of the parliamentary elections, and police fired water cannons and tear gas to disperse the clashes, which have so far been caused1died, near6Hundreds of people were injured.
The Central Election Commission said the results of the parliamentary elections had been declared null and void in order to avoid tensions.
Earlier, opposition supporters accused the parliamentary elections of fraud, breaking into and occupying government buildings, some of which caught fire.
President Genbekov said that there had been attempts to illegally seize power on the ground, using the election results as a pretext to undermine public order, and he had taken all possible measures to prevent the situation from deteriorating and to do his utmost to restore peace on the ground in the short term.
International observers said that allegations of vote-buying and intimidation during the elections raised serious concerns.
The United Nations called on Azerbaijan and Armenia to broker a ceasefire with the parties
The conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia has not subsided. A spokesman for the U.N. secretary-general said Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called on all parties in the region and the world to broker a cease-fire between the two countries.
Stepanakert, capital of the Naka region of Azerbaijan8Sound of explosions, it is believed that shells landed in the suburbs. Azerbaijani officials say Armenian forces have launched a missile strike on the central market in the city of Ganja.
The Armenian Ministry of Defence denied the attack on the city of Ganja, pointing out that the Naka area had been "shelled and missile attacked" and that it was an Azerbaijani attack on Naka.
Days of conflict have resulted in civilian and military casualties on both sides, and the international community has called for an immediate ceasefire between the two sides. France, Russia and the United States issued a joint statement calling for an immediate ceasefire in the Nakka region.
The Nobel Prize in Physics was won by three scientists
This year's Nobel Prize in Physics went to three scientists who study black holes.
Half of the award went to Penrose, a scholar at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, for the discovery of general relativity to predict the formation of black holes, and the other half to Genzel and Gertz, an American university scholar, for the discovery of supermassive objects at the center of the Milky Way.
Among them, Penrose invented mathematical methods to explore Einstein's general theory of relativity, and his research reveals how general relativity predicted the formation of black holes.
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