She may be only 48, but she sure doesn't look like it.First lady Melania Trump sports a body enviable to most, but when it comes to her diet, that slim figure might actually be quite attainable. Some older interviews about her personal life have recently resurfaced, offering the public just a teensy bit of insight into the life of the notoriously "private" FLOTUS.A former model, Melania is of course no stranger to a healthy lifestyle. She strives to eat seven pieces of fruit a day, all of which offer her the vitamins and minerals for her hair and skin. In the morning, her breakfast is made with only "a few ingredients and lots of vitamins in it."Frequently, she'll opt for nutrient-filled smoothie or fiber-rich oatmeal, also choosing to supplement her diet with extra vitamins to benefit her hair and nails. "I take vitamins A, C, and E to keep my skin, hair, and nails healthy," she revealed to Bella NYC in 2011. Water, moisturizer and sleep are also key for Melania's youthful appearance, … [Read more...] about Insiders: This is what Melania Trump really eats in a day
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Jessie Scanlon October 17, 2018 ON A COOL MONDAY EVENING in late September, Kyle Bailey stands at a high-top table at the back of Nonesuch River Brewing in Scarborough, Maine. The brewery’s customers, bundled in flannels and fleece, are talking with friends over burgers or poutine, mostly unaware of Bailey. A tall man with a shaved head and a big voice with a hint of a Georgia accent, the veteran political campaigner presses on, calling out votes. “Six for the blonde, 11 for the IPA, 4 for the ESB, 6 for the red, and 11 for the stout,” Bailey says, as a colleague jots down the numbers on a whiteboard. This isn’t consumer research on Nonesuch River’s newest beer — it’s a demonstration of ranked-choice voting, the way Maine is starting to run many of its statewide elections.Since none of the five beers wins a majority of … [Read more...] about Could Maine’s new ranked-choice voting change American elections?
Melania Trump visited Nairobi's National Park on Friday as part of her 4-country, 5-day solo tour of Africa. There, the first lady met with park rangers to learn about Kenya's ongoing conservation efforts and embark on a safari through the park. FLOTUS also had the chance to meet and feed two of the baby elephants being raised in the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. However, one of the elephants got a little too excited and charged at Melania, causing her to jump. A secret service agent then rushed in to pull Melania back and away from the animal. You can see the scary moment unfold in the video above.PHOTOS: See Melania in Africa 26 PHOTOS Melania Trump in Africa See Gallery Melania Trump in Africa US First Lady Melania Trump walks to her military airplane prior to departing from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, October 1, 2018, as she travels on a week-long trip to Africa, with stops in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt. (Photo by SAUL LOEB … [Read more...] about Secret Service panics after Melania is nearly knocked over by a baby elephant in Kenya
Early one morning in 2011, retired Florida firefighter Mark Taylor was wrestling with another bout of insomnia. After years working at Orlando’s busy Station 2, Taylor struggled with depression, suicidal thoughts and symptoms of PTSD.Taylor says he also was being visited by demons, angels, even God. And on that sleepless morning, God gave him a surprising prophecy: “The Spirit of God says I’ve chosen this man Donald Trump for such a time as this.”“The Trump Prophecy,” a movie showing here and in 1,200 theaters nationwide Tuesday and Thursday, claims God’s intervention decided the 2016 election, not Hillary hatred, white anger, Russian interference or low voter turnout.Producer Rick Eldridge says his movie has a clear purpose: “Our end goal is to get people in theaters and see a film that will reignite patriotism and call people to pray for our country and leadership.”The film probably won’t change the minds of the many … [Read more...] about “The Trump Prophecy” movie claims God chose U.S. president
opinion Saul Anuzis Published 10:18 PM EDT Sep 20, 2018 Having the state Legislature determine how Michigan’s presidential electors are chosen is exactly what the Founding Fathers intended when they created the Electoral College.. Those who oppose the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact with assertions that the plan is unconstitutional are just wrong. The bill, as introduced in the state House and state Senate, is just what article 2, section 1 of the U.S. Constitution spells out. In 2016, Hillary Clinton did get more votes that President Donald J. Trump, but she did not win the election. That’s because we don’t have a national popular vote. Since we did not have a true national election or a national popular vote, we have no idea whether Clinton would have won in 2016 or Al Gore would have won in 2000. Both the Trump and Clinton campaigns ran a race based on the rules in place, which created a campaign in just 12 states where we, for all practical … [Read more...] about National Popular Vote makes each vote count