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Police estimated the crowd at 45,000, although protest organizers said about 200,000 people turned out.
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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — Tens of thousands of South Koreans poured into the streets of downtown Seoul on Saturday, using words including “treason” and “criminal” to demand that President Park Geun-hye step down amid an explosive political scandal.
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The protest, the largest anti-government demonstration in the capital in nearly a year, came a day after Park apologized on live television amid rising suspicion that she allowed a mysterious confidante to manipulate power from the shadows.
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Holding banners, candles and colourful signs that read "Park Geun-hye out" and "Treason by a secret government," a sea of demonstrators filled a large square in front of an old palace gate and the nearby streets, singing and thunderously applauding speeches calling for the ouster of the increasingly unpopular president.
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They then shifted into a slow march in streets around City Hall, shouting "Arrest Park Geun-hye," ''Step down, criminal" and "We can't take this any longer," before moving back to the square and cheering on more speeches that continued into the night. "Park should squarely face the prosecution's investigation and step down herself. If she doesn't, politicians should move to impeach her," said Kim Seo-yeon, one of the many college students who participated in the protest.
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"She absolutely lost all authority as president over the past few weeks," he said.
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"I came out today because this is not the country I want to pass on to my children," said demonstrator, Choi Kyung-ha, a mother of three.
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Choi Tae-poong, a 57-year-old retiree, said he came out to protest because he thought the situation had reached a point where "no more patience is allowed."
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"I cannot bear this anymore” he said

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Trump finally calls widow of fallen Army soldier — only to tell her ‘he knew what he signed up for’
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Donald Trump on Tuesday finally called the families of four U.S. soldiers who were killed during an ambush in Niger earlier this month, only to tell the widow of U.S. Army Sgt. La David Johnson, “he knew what he signed up for.”
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“Yes, he said it,” Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) told ABC. “It’s so insensitive. He should have not have said that. He shouldn’t have said it.”
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Trump called Tuesday afternoon and spoke to Johnson’s widow, who’s pregnant with her third child to the deceased Army soldier. Johnson is also survived by a 2-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter.
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According to Wilson, Trump later added, “But when it happens it hurts anyway.”
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The report comes amid growing controversy over Trump’s delayed acknowledgment of the deaths of four servicemen, as well as his deflection of any criticism aimed at said delay. The president on Monday inaccurately claimed his predecessors, including former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush “did not call”the families of fallen soldiers and sometimes “didn’t do anything” to acknowledge those killed in the line of duty.
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When Johnson’s body was returned to Dover Air Force Base on Saturday

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Before a soccer match in Berlin, German team Hertha Berlin (Hertha BSC) linked arms and took a knee, mirroring professional athletes in the U.S. taking a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial injustice.
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Hertha BSC players took to the field and took a knee together before their match against FC Schalke 04 on Saturday, making a gesture "for tolerance and responsibility" and "a tolerant Berlin and an open-minded world," according to the team's Twitter account.
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Hertha BSC stands for tolerance and responsibility! For a tolerant Berlin and an open-minded world, now and forevermore!
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The #TakeAKnee protest started over a year ago with the former quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, Colin Kaepernick, and spread throughout the NFL and other sports after Donald Trump attacked the league for what he deemed to be unpatriotic behavior. Some individuals have taken to linking arms as a sign of solidarity as well.
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Although Hertha BSC did not specifically mention racism, police brutality, or the U.S. player protests, the gesture — coupled with the team's words on Twitter — is a clear showing of solidarity and support for the message of unity that lives at the heart of the U.S. protests.
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Along with the players on the field, Hertha BSC's other players, coaches, and staff all took a knee on the sidelines.
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Salomon Kalou, forward player on Hertha BSC and the Ivory Coast national team, told the Associated Press that the team was inspired by the U.S. players' protests, and the decision to take a knee was unanimous. -
"We stand against racists and that's our way of sharing that," Kalou told AP. "We are always going to fight against this kind of behavior, as a team and as a city."

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“She was in tears. She was in tears. And she said, ‘He didn’t even remember his name.’”
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Wilson went on to say Trump “was almost like joking. He said, ‘Well, I guess you knew’ — something to the effect that ‘he knew what he was getting into when he signed up, but I guess it hurts anyway.’ You know, just matter-of-factly, It was insensitive. I was livid.
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On Tuesday, Wilson told The Washington Post that Trump had told Johnson's widow, “He knew what he was signing up for, but I guess it hurts anyway.”
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Wilson said she was riding in a limousine with Johnson when the president called, and said she heard the conversation on speakerphone.
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“He made her cry,” Wilson said.
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The body of Sgt. La David T. Johnson arrived in Miami on Oct. 17. The U.S. Special Forces soldier was killed at the border of Niger and Mali on Oct. 4 in the deadliest combat incident since President Trump took office.
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Jones-Johnson, speaking to The Post via Facebook Messenger, declined to elaborate.
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But asked whether Wilson's account of the conversation between Trump and the family was accurate, she replied: "Yes."
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The White House did not confirm or deny Wilson’s account on Tuesday.
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“The President’s conversations with the families of American heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice are private,” a White House official said in a statement.
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The White House had said Tuesday that Trump placed calls Tuesday to the families of all four service members killed in Niger on Oct. 4. The calls followed Trump's claims Monday and Tuesday that his Democratic predecessor, President Barack Obama, had not often made such calls to families.
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Johnson, 25, of Miami Gardens, Fla., was found dead after initially being reported as missing after the attack.
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He was a driver assigned to 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) based in Fort Bragg, N.C.

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America Ferrera Reveals She Was Sexually Assaulted as a 9-Year-Old in Heartbreaking Instagram Post
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The Superstore actress, 33, shared an Instagram post Monday night as part of the #MeToo movement, in which women share their stories of sexual harassment or assault, and revealed her story of being attacked by an older man she knew. “First time I can remember being sexually assaulted I was 9-years-old,” she wrote. “I told no one and lived with the shame and guilt thinking all along that I, a 9-year-old child, was somehow responsible for the actions of a grown man.”
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The television star was then forced to be around her abuser, further compounding her pain. “I had to see this man on a daily basis for years to come,” she continued. “He would smile at me and wave, and I would hurry past him, my blood running cold, my guts carrying the burden of what only he & I knew — that he expected me to shut my mouth and smile back.” “Ladies, let’s break the silence to the next generation of girls won’t have to live with this bulls—,” she added.
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In January, she spoke at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., telling PEOPLE at the time that she planned to continue fighting for human rights after the march ended. “I’ve been a part of different convenings in my industry, my hometown in Los Angeles, creating alliances and bridges, challenging myself to step outside of my comfort zone the issues I have historically identified and taken on,” she said.
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She added, “I think it’s time for all of us to widen our perspective and widen our circle of what matters to us and what causes we take up. Really at the core of many causes is human dignity. And that is what we share in this fight to be seen and to be valued.” The #MeToo movement exploded across social media on allegations of sexual assault and harassment involving Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

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While visiting my son Joe who studied abroad in Spain, my daughter and I took time to go enjoy afternoon tea at the majestic Ritz Hotel in Madrid...
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😂 Free Fake Melania
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Why we can’t resist—or dismiss—the week’s most delirious meme.
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Melania Trump, with her big sunglasses, belted ensembles, and face-framing brown mane, has what you might call a signature look, one that wouldn’t be all that hard to re-create on another woman of similar height and build if, for some reason, another Melania were required. At least, that’s the rationale online sleuths and jokesters are using to argue that the first lady is using a body double.
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After President Trump made an appearance with his wife on Friday in Maryland, speculation started bubbling up that actually the woman by his side wasn’t Melania, but some kind of stand-in. Papermagazine pointed to a Facebook post by Andrea Wagner Barton as the originator of the theory: “Is it me or during his speech today a decoy ‘stood in’ for Melania?? And.... Why would the moron say ‘my wife, Melania, who happens to be right here…’ ”
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In the images from Friday, “Melania” has her face hidden by her usual big sunglasses, and a strange outline appears around her nose that makes it look, if you squint, like one of those fake noses on a pair of Groucho glasses with the eyebrows and mustache attached.
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It took a few days, but in that wacky way social media mobs have of seizing on something and fixating on it regardless of evidence or reason, “fake Melania” became a Twitter obsession on Wednesday. Why are otherwise levelheaded people willing to make this leap? -
First of all, it’s pretty funny, and we all could use a little laughter. Where do these fake Melanias come from? What does that NDA look like? Nice to have a controversy that doesn’t involve people being kicked out of their countries or having their rights taken away. As far as we know!

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REPORT THIS GENIUS

Sure he’s obviously not too bright and a bit obsessed with me, but apparently the Jesus he loves so much can’t see him in that closet while he jerks off to “stuffing” me 😂🤦🏻‍♂️
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BOTH OF HIS ACCOUNTS
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It’s never surprising that the most angry hostile violent ignorant hateful insecure people are the ones who profess their love for god and guns.. And this fellow even appears to be military, for shame.
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And all of that vitriol on a post about a protest against the crooked President of Seoul, not an overthrow or revolt. “You my dear sir are a fool.”
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Ok, Let’s see if he will privatize his account and hide in the dark with all the other intolerant conservatives who fail to understand what America with all its rights actually stands for👍🏼
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“She was in tears. She was in tears. And she said, ‘He didn’t even remember his name.’”
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Wilson went on to say Trump “was almost like joking. He said, ‘Well, I guess you knew’ — something to the effect that ‘he knew what he was getting into when he signed up, but I guess it hurts anyway.’ You know, just matter-of-factly, It was insensitive. I was livid.
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On Tuesday, Wilson told The Washington Post that Trump had told Johnson's widow, “He knew what he was signing up for, but I guess it hurts anyway.”
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Wilson said she was riding in a limousine with Johnson when the president called, and said she heard the conversation on speakerphone.
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“He made her cry,” Wilson said.
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The body of Sgt. La David T. Johnson arrived in Miami on Oct. 17. The U.S. Special Forces soldier was killed at the border of Niger and Mali on Oct. 4 in the deadliest combat incident since President Trump took office.
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Jones-Johnson, speaking to The Post via Facebook Messenger, declined to elaborate.
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But asked whether Wilson's account of the conversation between Trump and the family was accurate, she replied: "Yes."
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The White House did not confirm or deny Wilson’s account on Tuesday.
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“The President’s conversations with the families of American heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice are private,” a White House official said in a statement.
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The White House had said Tuesday that Trump placed calls Tuesday to the families of all four service members killed in Niger on Oct. 4. The calls followed Trump's claims Monday and Tuesday that his Democratic predecessor, President Barack Obama, had not often made such calls to families.
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Johnson, 25, of Miami Gardens, Fla., was found dead after initially being reported as missing after the attack.
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He was a driver assigned to 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) based in Fort Bragg, N.C.

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White House responds to criticism of Trump invoking Kelly's son
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The White House on Wednesday defended President Trump's decision to invoke the combat death of his chief of staff's son as part of his claim that he's been more responsive to the families of fallen soldiers than other presidents.
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Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters that she doesn't know if Trump warned chief of staff John Kelly before bringing up his son in an interview.
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"I think that Gen. Kelly is disgusted by the way that this has been politicized and that the focus has become on the process and not the fact that American lives were lost," Sanders said at the White House press briefing.
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"I think he's disgusted and frustrated by that," she said. "If he has any anger, it's towards that."
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Trump's reference to Kelly's son has garnered criticism from those who said it contradicted Kelly's own wishes regarding his son's death.
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Sanders said that Trump and Kelly have spoken multiple times before and after Trump's comments about Kelly's son, Marine 2nd Lt. Robert Kelly, who died while serving in Afghanistan in 2010. She did not say whether they discussed Trump's comments.
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Trump on Tuesday said reporters should ask Kelly whether he ever received a phone call from former President Obama when his son died, bringing up the case as part of his defense that he has called more Gold Star families than his White House predecessors.
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A White House official confirmed that Kelly did not receive a call from Obama at the time. Kelly was invited to and attended a 2011 White House breakfast for families of soldiers killed in action.
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Trump said earlier this week that other presidents, including Obama, never made calls to the families of fallen soldiers, arguing later that he has called "every family of someone who's died."

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