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This is something you can’t makeup ... or maybe you can?With ongoing concerns about Donald Trump’s health following his Covid-19 diagnosis, the president made a video on Wednesday to show he’s doing well.Though the video had various notable moments, including the president calling his diagnosis a “blessing from God”, Corden was struck by another curious aspect.“Is it just me, or is Trump looking especially orange?” the Late Late Show host wondered, as he and Ian Karmel, co-head writer of the US talk show, broke into Oompa Loompa song parodies about the president.James tried his best to listen to Trump’s message but kept getting distracted.“I mean, look at the difference between the colour of his hands and the face,” he said, adding, “Who’s doing the makeup?”“I think they’re like eight feet away with a fire hose applying it,” Ian then joked.James just couldn’t get over the contrast between Trump’s hands and his face, which was so striking that he even compared it to his own makeup, leading the Late Late Show host to come to a startling revelation:Dude’s got the same look.“I mean, it’s not as bad, but it’s close,” James admitted, looking at his pale hands. “I mean, I’ll be honest. I regret going on this riff now because... I am in a glass house chucking some stones.”Orange you glad you can watch the clip below? READ MORE: James Corden Roasts Trump With Musical Coronavirus Parody, Maybe I'm Immune James Corden Finally Addresses Those Ellen Replacement Rumours James Corden Notices A Weird Pattern With Trump's Photos
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Eric Trump claimed in a radio interview Democrats have launched a "full-out war on faith in this country," and his father was Christianity's savior.
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The direct-to-consumer shapewear company, which was founded in 2018, found that advertising on television helped boost brand awareness. The post ‘See the brand in a different way’: Why Shapermint is planning to scale television advertising in November appeared first on Digiday.
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Tesla was always rather quiet when it came to media relations, but now the electric carmaker will reportedly move on without any such department at all.
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Google just rolled out its monthly Pixel Security Update and while it’s pretty much regular fare by now, this month’s release is significant for a slightly unrelated reason. This is, technically, the last security update that the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will receive, following the company extended update commitment to its Pixel phones. That said, Google is still … Continue reading
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"It isn't some diabolical plot, or anything," Buffett said earlier this year. "It's because of the market system."
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Apple is suing former recycling partner GEEP Canada — now a part of Quantum Lifecycle Partners — for allegedly stealing and reselling at least 103,845 iPhones, iPads and Watches that it was hired to disassemble. “At least 11,766 pounds of Apple devices left GEEP’s premises without being destroyed - a fact that GEEP itself confirmed,” reads a portion of Apple’s complaint, as reported by The Logic (via AppleInsider). Apple sent the recycling firm over 500,000 iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches between January 2015 and December 2017, according to The Logic’s report. When Apple did an audit, it discovered 18 percent of those devices were still accessing the internet through cellular networks. That 18 percent doesn’t count Apple devices... Continue reading…
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Research finds orgs taking big chances with unpatched email relays Security company Rapid7 reports that there are more than 139,000 Microsoft Exchange 2010 servers with internet-facing services (Outlook Web Access or OWA) despite the application going out of support this month.…
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400 meters. A 37-degree incline. Turns out humans are capable of superhuman power outputs—if only for a short time.
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The much awaited Google Pixel 4a is all set to launch in India on October 17 on Flipkart.
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Operator of 400 healthcare facilities in the UK and US suffers IT blackout after cyberattack.
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Plus: All the rest from Microsoft's shindig – it's only wafer-thin In brief  Rounding out Ignite for all the wrong reasons came news last week that Microsoft had pulled Cumulative Update #7 for its flagship database product, SQL Server 2019.…
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As COVID-19 cases rise across the US, grocery stores are reportedly readying "pandemic pallets" to prepare for the uncertainty of the coming months.
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