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White House staff are ‘scared’ for lives since Donald Trump’s return

  • White House staff are scared for their lives after Trump returned to the White House with the coronavirus, according to former aide to Vice President Mike Pence, Olivia Troye.
  • She told the UK’s Times Radio that staff she has spoken to are “fearful” about catching the virus and “embarrassed” by Trump’s “reckless” behaviour.
  • Trump returned to the White House on Monday having spent the weekend in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, removing his face mask upon arrival.
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White House staff are “fearful” for their lives after President Trump left hospital despite still having the coronavirus, according to former aide to Vice President Mike Pence, Olivia Troye.

Growing numbers of White House staff and advisers to the president have already tested positive for the virus in the past week.

However, Troye, an ex-member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force told Times radio

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Amos House In Danbury Helps Homeless Moms Reclaim Their Lives

DANBURY, CT — There’s a halfway point between living at a homeless shelter and living in your home. For single mothers, that point is a very narrow and slippery ledge.

Amos House in Danbury provides that ledge — the official term is “transitional housing” — for homeless women and their children looking to take that step up from shelter life. The two-floor facility provides them with rooms, a community and a springboard to their next act. Its goal is to see all its residents “graduate” to apartments and jobs of their own.

The program has enjoyed an 80 percent success rate since Lisa Casagrande Koeppel was named executive director three years ago. It’s an achievement made all the more remarkable since the start of Koeppel’s gig coincided with the state pulling all of its funding for the facility.

Amos House wasn’t alone on the hit list. Connecticut ceased providing funding

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Four Knives That Save Kitchen Lives

My pharmacist recently told me to put lemon juice in my water because I need to have enough Vitamin C to keep my immune system strong through flu season.

For those of you who have had the flu, you can attest to how serious the flu is when it decides to hijack every part of your life. In fact, when we are sick, we ask for forgiveness. We plead with the universe. We make promises to ourselves of what we will do better. Do we actually do those things?

You tell me. I’m not ready to admit that!

As much as I want to drink lemon water and honor my pharmacist’s recommendation, I’m still caught by a thread of hesitation. It’s not the lemon water. It’s not the flu. It’s the knife. We all have a series of useful and not so useful knives in our kitchen drawers; some quarantine

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Atlanta activist spent $200G in Black Lives Matter donations on house, personal expenses: FBI