Donald Trump Mocks #MeToo Movement At Pennysylvania Rally


WASHINGTON: 

US President Donald Trump has mocked the #MeToo movement as he intensified his criticism of the campaign against sexual harassment and assault, which nearly hit his Supreme Court pick Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Donald Trump’s claim that #MeToo prevents him from using a certain phrase is his latest volley against the movement, which became a force after sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein surfaced last year. 

“There’s an expression, but under the rules of #MeToo, I am not allowed to use that expression anymore. I can’t do it,” Mr Trump said at a mid-term election rally in Pennsylvania, and then he pointed at the phrase “the girl that got away”.

“It’s the person that got away. The old days, it was a little different than Pennsylvania to it,” he said as he spoke about winning the state in the 2016 presidential election.

Pointing to the media, Mr Trump said he would use the original phrase, except for the media. “I would do it except for these people up there. They would say,’ did you hear what President Trump said? Did you hear what he said?'” he said imitating reporters.

“So, there is an expression, but we’ll change the expression. Pennsylvania was always the person that got away. That’s pretty good,” he said amidst applause from the audience.

The revelation of the allegations against Weinstein inspired many women to reveal their own stories of sexual assault, but Donald Trump has recently taken shots at the #MeToo movement by expressing concern for men who are accused of sexual assault or harassment.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s recent confirmation hearings renewed attention to the topic as the Senate considered college professor Christine Blasey Ford’s accusation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her. The US President had said the notion that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted someone and that the allegations from Ms Ford and other women could be taken as fact made this a “very scary time for young men in America.”

Donald Trump had earlier mocked the #MeToo movement at a rally in July. He did so while simultaneously mocking Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and saying that should she win the Democratic nomination in 2020 and they were to debate, he would toss an ancestry test to her and dare her to take it.

 During the 2016 presidential campaign, at least 13 women accused Donald Trump of misbehaviour, ranging from sexual harassment to sexual assault.

They came forward in the wake of a 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape that was released in October 2016 in which he is caught saying on a hot mic: “And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. … Grab them by the p***y. You can do anything.”

The President denies all the allegations against him.





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Lynzy Lab, Texas Woman’s YouTube Song, A Scary Time For Men, Mocks Donald Trump, Goes Viral


The success of Lynzy Lab’s “A Scary Time” is in the numbers.

Standing in front of a camera, Lynzy Lab smiles, laughs and says that she wrote a song. The vertical camera view shows Lab, a dance lecturer at Texas State University, holding her ukulele in a YouTube video published Sunday. Days earlier, President Donald Trump described how the national debate surrounding the sexual misconduct accusations made against Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh represents “a very scary time for young men.”

“It’s a really scary time for dudes right now,” she tweeted early Monday. “So I wrote a song about it.”

It was the president’s line that made for the inspiration for “A Scary Time,” a catchy political satire that’s become an unlikely viral sensation in the days following Trump’s comments and Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the highest court in the land.

“I can’t walk to my car late at night while on the phone. I can’t open up my windows when I’m home alone,” she said. “I can’t go to a bar without a chaperone. And I can’t wear a miniskirt if it’s the only one I own.”

Though Lab never directly mentions Trump or the newest Supreme Court justice, perhaps the most poignant part of the song comes with her use of the term “35 years,” a reference to the time period that Christine Blasey Ford alleges Kavanaugh to have assaulted her at a high school party. The verse also reflects the time period of the second accusation from Deborah Ramirez, who said Kavanaugh assaulted her at a dorm party at Yale. (Kavanaugh denies the allegations.)

“I can’t jog around the city with headphones on my ears. I can’t speak out against my rapist after 35 years. I can’t be taken seriously if I’m holding back tears,” Lab sang while plucking the ukulele. “And I can’t ever speak earnestly about all my fears.”

By the end of a two-and-a-half-minute song that lists a number of everyday situations as to why it’s “a scary time” not for men but for women, Lab morphed into the newest feminist voice of the Democratic resistance – even receiving celebrity endorsements – with her tune acting as a protest anthem for those frustrated with Trump or Kavanaugh just weeks away from the midterm elections.

The success of “A Scary Time” is in the numbers. Since the YouTube video was published, it has gotten more than 438,000 views as of early Wednesday. The video on Instagram has racked up more than 40,000 likes. On Twitter, it has earned more than 220,000 likes and nearly 100,000 retweets. Before tweeting out the video on Monday, Lab, who now has more than 50,000 followers, hadn’t posted to her account since March 2016. And a video of Lab’s song posted on Facebook by NowThis Politics, the political channel of the video news content company, has been viewed roughly 28 million times since Monday.

“I did not expect such an overwhelming response,” Lab, a performance artist in San Marcos, Texas, told HuffPost on Tuesday.

It was a response that got attention from the likes of actor Mark Ruffalo, who offered his support on Monday.

“Listen to women like @MercedesLynz to give you an idea of the world as they experience it,” Ruffalo tweeted. The Marvel actor added: “We are evolving toward greater equality, which is a great thing for us ALL. Don’t be afraid to have greater awareness. It can not harm you nor diminish you.”

On Tuesday, Ellen DeGeneres, the popular daytime television talk show host, offered a one-word agreement to Lab’s performance: “Yup.”

But it hasn’t been all celebratory for Lab, as supporters of Trump, Kavanaugh or both have questioned her motivations. With Lab becoming a viral star in recent days, she took to Twitter early Wednesday to clear up whatever perceptions people have made about her or her reasoning for making the video.

“I’m not here to delegitimize men’s struggles. I’m just hoping that we can finally start legitimizing women’s,” she tweeted. “Regardless of what you’ve decided about me, I’m not ‘anti-men’. I am, however, super ‘pro-women’. You should be too.”

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)





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Amit Shah’s Mocks Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Says He Only Read Pages On Foreign Visits


BJP President Amit Shah was in Madhya Pradesh to launch the ‘Maha Jansampark Abhiyan’, ahead of polls.

Ratlam: 

BJP president Amit Shah on Saturday, mocked former prime minister Manmohan Singh, saying that he only read out speeches handed over to him by UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, during foreign tours. Mr Shah spoke in Madhya Pradesh, where assembly polls are scheduled for November 28.

Referring to the criticism that Prime Minister Narendra Modi received for his frequent foreign tours, Mr Shah said “Mauni Baba Manmohan Singhji” had made more trips abroad. He only carried papers given to him and read them out and came back, he added. 

“At times, he used to read the page supposed to be read in Malaysia in Thailand and the page meant for Thailand in Malaysia,” the BJP president said. 

“When PM Modi travels to a foreign country, thousands of people come to greet him and chant slogans. These slogans are not for Modi or the BJP, but out of respect for 125 crore Indians,” Mr Shah added.

The BJP chief also, once again, described infiltrators as “termites” and promised to drive them out of the country. “Lal Bahadur Shastri had given the slogan ‘Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan’. While you (farmers) feed the people, they (soldiers) guard our borders. But infiltrators are like termites whoeat away at the country’s security. They need to be removed,” Mr Shah said.

Mr Shah had, during a rally in Delhi, said the government would find each and every illegal immigrant and ensure their deportation. 
 





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Tesla CEO Elon Musk Mocks SEC as Judge Demands They Justify Fraud Settlement


Tesla’s Elon Musk on Thursday mocked the US Securities and Exchange Commission, just hours after a federal judge ordered him and the regulator to justify their securities fraud settlement, which let Musk remain chief executive.

“Just want to [sic] that the Shortseller Enrichment Commission is doing incredible work,” Musk, a frequent critic of investors betting against the electric car company, wrote on Twitter. “And the name change is so on point!”

The tweet came five days after Musk settled SEC charges that he misled investors in tweets on August 7, including that there was “funding secured” to take his Palo Alto, California-based company private at $420 per share.

Musk agreed to pay a $20 million fine, and step aside as Tesla’s chairman for three years, to settle charges that could have forced his exit from Tesla. The company also accepted a $20 million fine, despite not being charged with fraud.

Tesla and the SEC declined requests for comment.

Former SEC lawyers questioned the wisdom of Musk’s latest tweet, but said it was unlikely to jeopardize the settlement, which prevents Musk from denying wrongdoing or suggesting that the regulator’s allegations were untrue.

“I don’t think the SEC would look at this as a denial of the facts alleged,” said Peter Henning, a law professor at Wayne State University in Detroit. “But you don’t take gratuitous shots at the SEC. There’s no real upside.”

Shares of Tesla closed down $12.97, or 4.4 percent, at $281.83, and fell another 2.1 percent to $276 following Musk’s tweet after market hours.

The tweet came less than four hours after U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan ordered Musk and the SEC to explain by Oct. 11 in a joint letter why their settlement was fair and reasonable and would not hurt the public interest.

Nathan said it was her regular practice to request such letters.

“She may want to know why Tesla is paying a fine because the CEO doesn’t know when to shut up,” said Adam Pritchard, a University of Michigan law professor and former SEC lawyer.

Musk’s tweet on Thursday received more than 2,500 responses, with some users questioning the billionaire’s judgement.

“Seriously? You know you still need their help convincing a judge that your penalty was sufficient… Maybe a 420M fine would have been more appropriate?” one Twitter follower said. The proposed take-private price was $420 a share.

Musk replied, “the opposite is true.”

DEFERENCE TO SEC

The settlement also required Tesla’s board to implement procedures for reviewing Musk’s communications with investors, which include tweets.

Thomas Gorman, a partner at Dorsey & Whitney in Washington, D.C., said Musk might argue that the latest tweet might be a mere “personal lament,” and not a violation of the settlement.

For her part, Nathan may have limited room to intervene, after a federal appeals court curbed the ability of judges to reject SEC settlements.

One such judge was Jed Rakoff, a colleague of Nathan’s who objected to the SEC policy of letting some corporate defendants settle without admitting or denying wrongdoing, as Musk did.

But in 2014, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Rakoff’s rejection of a $285 million SEC settlement with Citigroup Inc , saying he should have given “significant deference” to the regulator.

The 2nd Circuit has jurisdiction over Nathan’s court, and lawyers said Musk’s settlement would likely win approval, though orders such as Nathan’s are not too common.

“In and of itself it’s not an ominous sign,” said Jordan Thomas, a partner at Labaton Sucharow and former SEC lawyer. “The vast majority of settlements like this are approved by courts.”

Pritchard said before Musk’s tweet that he saw no “serious chance” for a rejection of Musk’s settlement, based on 2nd Circuit precedent. “This is just a hoop to be jumped through,” he said.

The case is SEC v Musk, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 18-08865.

© Thomson Reuters 2018



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Tesla’s Elon Musk Mocks US Regulator Days After Settling Fraud Charges


Elon Musk is a frequent critic of investors betting against the electric car company. (File)

New York: 

Tesla’s Elon Musk on Thursday mocked the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, just hours after a federal judge ordered him and the regulator to justify their securities fraud settlement, which let Musk remain chief executive.

“Just want to [sic] that the Shortseller Enrichment Commission is doing incredible work,” Musk, a frequent critic of investors betting against the electric car company, wrote on Twitter. “And the name change is so on point!”

The tweet came five days after Musk settled SEC charges that he misled investors in tweets on August 7, including that there was “funding secured” to take his Palo Alto, California-based company private at $420 per share.

Musk agreed to pay a $20 million fine, and step aside as Tesla’s chairman for three years, to settle charges that could have forced his exit from Tesla. The company also accepted a $20 million fine, despite not being charged with fraud.

Tesla and the SEC declined requests for comment.

Former SEC lawyers questioned the wisdom of Musk’s latest tweet, but said it was unlikely to jeopardize the settlement, which prevents Musk from denying wrongdoing or suggesting that the regulator’s allegations were untrue.

“I don’t think the SEC would look at this as a denial of the facts alleged,” said Peter Henning, a law professor at Wayne State University in Detroit. “But you don’t take gratuitous shots at the SEC. There’s no real upside.”

Shares of Tesla closed down $12.97, or 4.4 percent, at $281.83, and fell another 2.1 percent to $276 following Musk’s tweet after market hours.

The tweet came less than four hours after U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan in Manhattan ordered Musk and the SEC to explain by Oct. 11 in a joint letter why their settlement was fair and reasonable and would not hurt the public interest.

Nathan said it was her regular practice to request such letters.

“She may want to know why Tesla is paying a fine because the CEO doesn’t know when to shut up,” said Adam Pritchard, a University of Michigan law professor and former SEC lawyer.

Musk’s tweet on Thursday received more than 2,500 responses, with some users questioning the billionaire’s judgement.

“Seriously? You know you still need their help convincing a judge that your penalty was sufficient… Maybe a 420M fine would have been more appropriate?” one Twitter follower said. The proposed take-private price was $420 a share.

Musk replied, “the opposite is true.”

DEFERENCE TO SEC

The settlement also required Tesla’s board to implement procedures for reviewing Musk’s communications with investors, which include tweets.

Thomas Gorman, a partner at Dorsey & Whitney in Washington, D.C., said Musk might argue that the latest tweet might be a mere “personal lament,” and not a violation of the settlement.

For her part, Nathan may have limited room to intervene, after a federal appeals court curbed the ability of judges to reject SEC settlements.

One such judge was Jed Rakoff, a colleague of Nathan’s who objected to the SEC policy of letting some corporate defendants settle without admitting or denying wrongdoing, as Musk did.

But in 2014, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned Rakoff’s rejection of a $285 million SEC settlement with Citigroup Inc, saying he should have given “significant deference” to the regulator.

The 2nd Circuit has jurisdiction over Nathan’s court, and lawyers said Musk’s settlement would likely win approval, though orders such as Nathan’s are not too common.

“In and of itself it’s not an ominous sign,” said Jordan Thomas, a partner at Labaton Sucharow and former SEC lawyer. “The vast majority of settlements like this are approved by courts.”

Pritchard said before Musk’s tweet that he saw no “serious chance” for a rejection of Musk’s settlement, based on 2nd Circuit precedent. “This is just a hoop to be jumped through,” he said.

The case is SEC v Musk, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, No. 18-08865.

© Thomson Reuters 2018





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Xiaomi Mocks New Apple iPhone Models With XS, XS Max and XR Product Bundles


Xiaomi, also known as ‘the Apple of China’, has been known for being arguably inspired by the Cupertino giant. However, it is now mocking Apple, in a way, for the exorbitant pricing of the latest iPhone models with new bundles of its own products. The latest product bundles from Xiaomi are named after the new Apple smartphones – iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Interestingly, they also come with the same price tag as the new iPhone models in China, clearly pointing out the number of Xiaomi products you can buy for the price of the new iPhone models.

The Chinese manufacturer has new product bundles that it has launched in China, and they are called (as per Google Translate) ‘XR Suit’, ‘XS Suit’, and ‘XS Max Set’. The three product bundles each include a smartphone, a laptop, a fitness band, and audio product. All the bundles are priced equal to the starting price of the iPhone models they are named after.

The first is the XR bundle that includes the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE smartphone, 12.5-inch Mi Notebook Air, the Mi Band 3, the Mi Bluetooth Mini Headset. Priced at CNY 6,499 (roughly Rs. 68,200), this product bundle provides a variety of devices at the starting price of the iPhone XR, which is the base model of this year’s iPhone variants.

Next up, is the XS bundle priced at CNY 8,699 (roughly Rs. 91,300), same as that of iPhone XS 64GB. This product bundle from Xiaomi offers the Mi MIX 2S smartphone, the 13.3-inch Mi Notebook Air, the Mi Band 3, and Mi Bluetooth Mini Headset. It costs the same as the starting price of the iPhone XS in China. Finally, Xiaomi’s XS Max product bundle includes the Mi 8 smartphone, the Mi Notebook Pro laptop, the Mi Band 3, and Mi Bluetooth neckband. This bundle is priced a CNY 9,599 (roughly Rs. 1,00,700) and is the same as the starting price of iPhone XS Max in China.


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Congress Mocks Amit Shah Over Flag Incident At Independence Day Event, Tweets Video


The video of the slip was widely shared on social media.

New Delhi: 

As chants of Bharat Mata ki Jai and Jai Hind filled the air, BJP chief Amit Shah prepared to unfurl the national flag at the party headquarters in New Delhi on India’s 72nd Independence Day. But as soon he pulled the string attached to the post for the hoisting ceremony, the national flag fell to the ground. The BJP chief quickly positioned it and wrapped the ritual with a salute.

However, the video of the glitch soon made it to social media and picked up by the opposition to target the BJP.

The Congress party’s official handle shared the video on Twitter and said, “Jo desh ka jhanda nahi sambhal sakte, woh desh kya sambhalenge (those who can’t handle the national flag, how will they run the country)”.

“Those who dole out certificates of patriotism don’t know the right way to sing the national anthem,” the tweet added.

But this wasn’t the first such incident when the national flag came crashing. Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti faced an embarrassing moment in 2016 when the flag she was going to hoist at the Independence Day ceremony fell off the post.

In the photographs of the flag hoisting, she was seen holding the flag up. Two personnel held the flag in their hands till Ms Mufti gave the ceremonial salute in Srinagar.

A few years ago, the flag fell from the pole at the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) office as soon as Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik pulled the string.





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Virat Kohli Mocks Joe Root With Mic-Drop Celebration After Run Out. Watch


India captain Virat Kohli mocked his England rival Joe Root after running out the England captain on the opening day of the first Test at the Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham on Wednesday. England were 216 for three when Virat Kohli’s magnificent direct throw sent Joe Root packing for 80 runs. Just after the run-out, Kohli mocked Root by blowing a kiss and mimicked his ‘mic drop’ celebration. Kohli’s ‘mic drop’ gesture was the imitation of Root’s celebration during the one-day series against India two weeks ago.

England were on course for a substantial first-innings total when Root and Jonny Bairstow shared a fourth-wicket stand of 104 runs.

But his 11th Test fifty without a hundred ended in frustrating fashion after a run out involving Bairstow.

Root’s run out sparked an England collapse against India on Day 1 at Edgbaston. At stumps, England were 285 for nine in what is their 1000th Test.

Sam Curran (24) and James Anderson (0) were at the crease when umpires dislodged the bails for the day.

England’s Keaton Jennings tried to defuse any potential bad feeling by saying: “Everybody is entitled to celebrate how they want to.

“He (Kohli) celebrated, and that’s cool,” the opening batsman added.

For India, star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took four wickets while Mohammad Shami took two wickets. Umesh Yadav and Ishant Sharma scalped one wicket each.





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Virat Kohli Mocks Joe Root With Mic-Drop Celebration After Run Out. Watch


India captain Virat Kohli mocked Joe Root after running out the England captain on the opening day of the first Test at the Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham on Wednesday. England were 216 for three when Virat Kohli’s magnificent direct throw sent Joe Root packing for 80 runs. Just after the run-out, Kohli mocked Root by blowing a kiss and mimicked his ‘mic drop’ celebration. Kohli’s ‘mic drop’ gesture was the imitation of Root’s celebration during the one-day series against India two weeks ago.

England were on course for a substantial first-innings total when Root and Jonny Bairstow shared a fourth-wicket stand of 104 runs.

But his 11th Test fifty without a hundred ended in frustrating fashion after a run out involving Bairstow.

Root’s run out sparked an England collapse against India on Day 1 at Edgbaston. At stumps, England were 285 for nine in what is their 1000th Test.

Sam Curran (24) and James Anderson (0) were at the crease when umpires dislodged the bails for the day.

England’s Keaton Jennings tried to defuse any potential bad feeling by saying: “Everybody is entitled to celebrate how they want to.

“He (Kohli) celebrated, and that’s cool,” the opening batsman added.

For India, star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took four wickets while Mohammad Shami took two wickets. Umesh Yadav and Ishant Sharma scalped one wicket each.



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