**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign uphere.**On the roster:Buttigieg catches Warren in Iowa - Ill Tell You What: A recount? For Bevins sake - Report: Trump frustrated by Barrs lack of public help - Trump threatened Sessions on Senate run - Maam, this isnt Knight RiderBUTTIGIEG CATCHES WARREN IN IOWAQuinnipiac University: With less than 3 months until the Iowa caucuses, the Democratic race for president in Iowa is wide open Senator Elizabeth Warren receives 20 percent support among Iowa likely Democratic caucus- goers, with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg getting 19 percent, Sen. Bernie Sanders at 17 percent, and former Vice President Joe Biden at 15 percent. Those who consider themselves very liberal are divided in their top choice with Sanders getting 32 percent and Warren at 30 percent. Those who identify as somewhat liberal are split in their top choice between Buttigieg and Warren, with Warren at 29 percent and Buttigieg at 24 percent. Among moderates and conservatives its a close race for the top spot between Buttigieg and Biden, with Buttigieg at 19 percent and Biden at 18 percent.Poll finds Biden, Warren tied -Monmouth University: Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters are divided over who they want to stand against Trump in 2020.The top contenders remain Biden (23%), Warren (23%), and Sanders (20%). In late September, these three stood at 25%, 28%, and 15%, respectively. Buttigieg garners 9% (up from 5%) and [Kamala] Harris gets 5% (same as 5% in late September). New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker and entrepreneur Andrew Yang each get 3% and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar gets 2%. The remaining eight candidates included in the poll earn 1% or less.California Dems unhappy with Warren snubbing convention -Politico: U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is the latest Democratic frontrunner to confirm shell skip the California Democratic Party nominating convention in Long Beach this month, sparking sharp criticism from party chairRusty Hicks. Hicks took to Facebook last night in a blistering post to urge Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden to reconsider your misguided decision to publicly snub the California Democratic Convention Biden two weeks ago indicated he would bypass the convention and TV forum Hicks post is a clear indication that California Democratic Party leaders are unhappy with Warrens decision to pass on the forum, which will clearly get less national attention now that two leading contenders are out. But strategists say that Warrens camp clearly believe she should be spending more time in key early states like Iowa and New Hampshire as her poll numbers rise.Gabbard makes 10 for November debate, Klobuchar makes December stage -Politico: Hawaii Rep.Tulsi Gabbardhas qualified for the November Democratic presidential debate and Minnesota Sen.Amy Klobucharhas made the December debate after the release of a new Iowa poll, which also featuredElizabeth Warren,Pete Buttigieg,Bernie SandersandJoe Bidenbunched within 5 points of each other at the top of the field. Klobuchar got 5 percent support in the Iowa survey from Quinnipiac University released on Wednesday. She previously hit at least 4 percent support in three other polls approved by the Democratic National Committee, according to POLITICOs tracking, and she has accrued over 200,000 individual donors, the other threshold to make the December debate stage. She had previously qualified for the November debate. Gabbard will join nine other candidates on the November stage: Joe Biden,Cory Booker, Buttigieg,Kamala Harris, Klobuchar, Sanders,Tom Steyer, Warren andAndrew Yang.Bernie big bucks -NYT: Bernie Sanderss campaign plans to spend more than million on TV advertising alone in the first four presidential nominating states and California, according to several people familiar with the strategy, a financial show of force that also suggests he needs to reach outside the traditional sphere of Democratic primary voters and caucusgoers for support. Mr. Sanders, the senator from Vermont, has been on the air in Iowa since early October, when his campaign spent .3 million on television advertising, and has bought million of TV time in New Hampshire beginning Thursday. The campaign has so far largely flouted traditional politicking But in earmarking tens of millions of dollars for television advertising between now and Super Tuesday in early March, the campaign is following a more established and analog path to accomplish what it says is the same aim.Meet the Barnstormers for Pete -WSJ: DES MOINES, IowaWearing their teams colors of blue and yellow, they arrived here from around the country at their own expense to support the Democratic presidential bid of Pete Buttigieg.Barnstormers for Pete, a grass-roots effort organized online, helped give the mayor of South Bend, Ind., one of the biggest cheering sections at a closely watched Democratic Party event Friday. Members of the group are planning to show up again in Iowa and other states early on the nomination calendar.I want to contribute to his effort to win Iowa because everyones head will turn if he does that, saidLaura Nibbi, a 58-year-old stay-at-home mom whose kids are in college.THE RULEBOOK: LOCAL YOKELSA local spirit will infallibly prevail much more in the members of Congress, than a national spirit will prevail in the legislatures of the particular States. James Madison,Federalist No. 46TIME OUT: REDISCOVERING HARRIETGardenGun: Following Harriet, [a podcast] sponsored by the Virginia Tourism Corporation, began as a way to invite listeners to explore historic locations in Virginia that served as a backdrop for the new filmHarriet, which was released on November 1 and documents the life of the famed abolitionist who led hundreds of the enslaved to freedom. Although [Harriet]Tubmanwas enslaved in Maryland, filmmakers used historic Virginia locations to recreate Maryland and Philadelphia in the nineteenth century. During four episodes, podcast narratorCeleste Headleeguides listeners through Tubmans life with the help of experts In addition to learning about Tubmans extraordinary work on the Underground Railroad, listeners also hear about her time leading an espionage network for the Union Army, opening a home for poor and elderly African Americans, and her work with the Womens Suffrage Movement after the warstories that dont often make it into the one-page summary of her life.Flag on the play? -Email us atHALFTIMEREPORT@FOXNEWS.COMwith your tips, comments or questions.SCOREBOARDDEMOCRATIC 2020 POWER RANKINGBiden:27.6 points (0.2 points from last wk.)Warren:22.6 points (no change from last wk.)Sanders:17.6 points (3.4 pointsfrom last wk.)Buttigieg:7.6 points (0.2 points from last wk.)Harris:3.2 points (1.2 pointsfrom last wk.)[Averages include: Monmouth University, NBC News/WSJ, ABC News/WaPo, Fox News and IBD.]TRUMP JOB PERFORMANCEAverage approval:42 percentAverage disapproval:55.4 percentNet Score:-13.4 percentChange from one week ago:1.2 points[Average includes: Monmouth University: 45% approve - 52% disapprove; NBC News/WSJ: 45% approve - 53% disapprove; ABC News/WaPo: 39% approve - 59% disapprove; Fox News: 42% approve - 57% disapprove; IBD: 39% approve - 56% disapprove.]WANT MORE HALFTIME REPORT?You can join Chris and Brianna every day on Fox Nation. Go behind-the-scenes of your favorite political note as they go through the must-read headlines of the day right from their office with plenty of personality.Click hereto sign up and watch!ILL TELL YOU WHAT: A RECOUNT? FOR BEVINS SAKEThis weekDana PerinoandChrisStirewaltdiscuss the recent 2019 election results in Virginia and Kentucky, some obstacles facing SenatorElizabeth Warrens presidential campaign and Chris breaks the listener review embargo. Plus, Chris tries to redeem himself with this weeks trivia.LISTEN AND SUBSCRIBE HEREREPORT: TRUMP FRUSTRATED BY BARRS LACK OF PUBLIC HELPWSJ: President Trump wanted Attorney GeneralWilliam Barrto publicly declare that he hadnt broken any laws during a phone call with the Ukrainian leader that is now at the heart of an impeachment inquiry, but Mr. Barr refused the request, an administration official said Wednesday.Mr. Trumps request for Mr. Barr to hold a news conference came shortly after the White House released a rough transcript of the July 25 call. In that call, Mr. Trump pressed Ukrainian PresidentVolodymyr Zelenskyto undertake investigations related to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, as well as the 2016 election. Mr. Trumps desire for such a public announcement was discussed among White House officials, who relayed it to the Justice Department, the official said.Bolton willing to testify if court clears way -WaPo: Former national security adviserJohn Boltonis willing to defy the White House and testify in the House impeachment inquiry about his alarm at the Ukraine pressure campaign if a federal court clears the way, according to people familiar with his views. Bolton could be a powerful witness for Democrats: Top State Department and national security officials have already testified that he was deeply concerned about efforts by Trump and his allies to push Ukraine to open investigations into the presidents political rivals while the Trump administration held up military aid to that country. The former national security adviser, who abruptly left his post in September, is expected to confirm their statements and describe his conversations with Trump, according to the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the ongoing inquiry.Frothy tweets come back to sting whistleblower lawyer -Fox News: Mark Zaid, one of the attorneys representing the intelligence community whistleblower at the center of the Democrats ongoing impeachment inquiry, tweeted conspicuously in January 2017 that a coup has started and that impeachment will follow ultimately.Then, in July 2017, Zaid remarked, I predict @CNN will play a key role in @realDonaldTrump not finishing out his full term as president. Also that month, Zaid tweeted, We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. Amid a slew of impeachment-related posts, Zaid assured his Twitter followers that as one falls, two more will take their place, apparently referring to Trump administration employees who defy the White House. Zaid promised that the coup would occur in many steps.Pence aide answers impeachment probe questions -NPR: A top aide to Vice President Pence arrived Thursday to testify in the ongoing House impeachment inquiry into President Trump.Jennifer Williamsis a longtime foreign service officer who was assigned to be the vice presidents special adviser for Europe and Russia in the spring. She would be the first person from the vice presidents office to testify in the probe of whether the president withheld military aid from Ukraine while seeking a political favor. She will be the third person who was listening in on the July 25 call between Trump and Ukrainian PresidentVolodymyr Zelenskiyto testify, a White House aide confirmed to NPRsMara Liasson.The Judges Ruling: Trump shouldve known -This week Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst JudgeAndrew Napolitanoshares his thoughts on WSJ columnistPeggy Noonans latest column: Noonans piece in last Saturdays Wall Street Journal, she asked how history would view PresidentFranklin Delano Rooseveltif, when asked by British Prime MinisterWinston Churchillfor help fighting the Nazis in 1940, he had conditioned that aid on the provision of dirt onWendell Willkie, Roosevelts eventual Republican opponent in the 1940 presidential election. We would be repulsed to learn this. Of course, Roosevelt never made such a Trumpian demand. In fact, Trump should have known that the act of soliciting assistance for his campaign from a foreign government, whether directly by him or indirectly by Giuliani, is defined as criminal under federal law a high crime, as the Constitution puts it. He also should have known that refusing to perform a lawful duty, releasing the 1 million Congress had authorized until a personal favor comes his way, is also defined in federal law as criminal bribery, as the Constitution puts it.Morehere.TRUMP THREATENED SESSIONS ON SENATE RUNNYT: Jeff Sessions, the former senator from Alabama whose tumultuous tenure as President Trumps attorney general lasted less than two years, plans to announce on Thursday that he will enter the race to reclaim his old seat in 2020, a Republican official said. Mr. Sessions has remained largely out of the public eye, and has been effectively exiled from Republican politics, since he was forced out of the Trump administration last November. But over the last week, Mr. Trump sent word to Mr. Sessions through allies that he would publicly attack him if he ran. And Mr. McConnell recently approached Mr. Trump, asking him whether his feelings about Mr. Sessions might have improved. The president said he was very much still opposed to Mr. Sessions and would make that clear if he had to, according to a person briefed on the discussions. Several Republican officials thought that had settled the matter until Mr. Sessions decided to run.Bevin still not conceding -Lexington [Ky.] Herald Leader: Kentucky Gov.Matt BevinWednesday did what he has done so often during his term as governor he refused to back down. Bevin requested a recanvass in the race for governor, which DemocratAndy Beshearwon by 5,189 votes, according to unofficial vote results from the Kentucky State Board of Elections.Bevin has refused to concede the election. At the governors mansion Wednesday evening, Bevin refused to take questions but criticizedAlison Lundergan Grimesfor going on CNNwhile votes were being counted and claimed thousands of absentee ballots were illegally counted and that people were turned away from the polls. He provided no evidence to back up his claims, saying instead his campaign was in the process of getting affidavits.He did not say whether he plans to formally contest the election.PLAY-BY-PLAYWSJ Editorial Board: The anti-Republican trend-WSJIts official: Pence files paperwork for Trump to be on New Hampshire primary ballot-WMURAUDIBLE: HAIR-RAISINGHis people argue Biden can lose Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada, and win South Carolina and be fine. Okay dont kid a kidder. I worked on theJohn Edwardscampaign. Jennifer Palmieri, a top adviser toHillary Clintonin 2016, speaking withVanity Fair.FROM THE BLEACHERSA few recent polls have showed Biden to be in 4th place (although the distance from first to fourth is almost within the margin of error) in Iowa primary polls. Reporting has breathlessly focused on how bad he is doing there. I understand the importance of perception and trends, etc., but from a practical standpoint, is there really much of a difference? I seem to remember reading that the Democrats were going to go to a more proportional method for distribution of delegates. Assuming the top four in Iowa (or any other state) finish with 20, 19, 17, and 15 percent, how would that translate into delegates? And, why isnt there more coverage of the potential chaos the Dems are going to have in Milwaukee because of their proportional plan? Dr.Fred MacDonald, Artesia, N.M.[Ed. note: Youre quite right, Doc. But dont discount the momentum a candidate could obtain from an Iowa win especially a dark horse like Pete Buttigieg. I think that while the odds of a contested convention are low, they are certainly higher than in recent years. Milwaukee could be quite a show this summer!]Chris, Now that Virginia has turned blue, how come Dems are still ignoring their governor is an alleged racist with photo proof, and their lieutenant governor is an alleged rapist? Even those running for president are turning a blind eye. The #MeToo movement has been noticeably absent. Al Sharpton has been noticeably quiet? Why? Floyd Prophet, Kannapolis, N.C.[Ed. note: Partisanship is a helluva drug, Mr. Prophet. One might ask why Republicans have not more openly expressed concern about the presidents dealings with Ukraine. The simple answer is that it is not in their political interests to do so. Courage has always been in short supply in the political class, but in our post-shame culture, radical self-interest seems to usually take the place of even insincere decency. Northam now has a mandate in the form of a midterm sweep for his party and will doubtless slip away largely undamaged.]Lexington [Kentucky] Herald Leader: Trumps inability to lift an unpopular Bevin in a state the president won by almost 30 percentage points creates a perception the president is weak as he heads into the 2020 elections and as talk of impeachment swirls in D.C. I beg to differ with LexKY HL. Trumps ability to lift a highly unpopular and failing candidate to within a slim margin of victory bodes well for his 2020 re-election bid. Those who support him know that he is a fighter and will back him all the way. Mike Tardif, Santa Ana, Calif.[Ed. note: Trump probably did plenty of good for Bevin. We dont really know what the contour of the race was over time, but the one really worthwhile public, non-partisan pollster in the race, Mason-Dixon, found the race essentially tied in December and again just before the vote. Its easy to see, though, that without Trump giving him a boost, the hugely unpopular Bevin could have really tanked at the end.]Share your color commentary:Email us atHALFTIMEREPORT@FOXNEWS.COMand please make sure to include your name and hometown.MAAM, THIS ISNT KNIGHT RIDERFox News: Massachusetts police on Wednesday morning saved a woman who was trapped in acar that was trapped in a truck.The Northampton PD posted a photo of aSubaruSUV that wasdriven into the open back of a landscaping trailer and got lodged at a 45-degree angle.After rescuing her, the uninjured driver told them that the windshield had fogged up and she didnt see coming up ahead on the two-lane road.Police also discovered that she had an expired registration and issued her a citation for that, along with one for impeded driving. The fines for the two violations total 0. Both vehicles suffered severe damage, but no one involved required medical attention.AND NOW, A WORD FROM CHARLES[Americans] like it here. We like our McDonalds. We like our football. We like our rock-and-roll. Weve got the Grand Canyon and Graceland. Weve got Silicon Valley and South Beach. Weve got everything. And if thats not enough, weve got Vegaswhich is a facsimile of everything. What could we possibly need anywhere else? Charles Krauthammer(1950-2018) in his speechaccepting the 2004Irving KristolAward on Feb. 10, 2004.Chris Stirewaltis the politics editor for Fox News.Brianna McClellandcontributed to this report. Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign uphere.



  今晚开晚开什么码“19【号】【客】【人】【出】【价】【两】【百】,【还】【有】【其】【他】【客】【人】【竞】【价】【吗】。” 【万】【宁】【刚】【在】【光】【屏】【上】【写】【下】“【贰】【佰】”,【只】【过】【了】【三】【秒】【钟】,【拍】【卖】【师】【那】【边】【就】【收】【到】【了】【信】【息】,【他】【抬】【起】【头】,【说】【道】。 【不】【过】【除】【了】【万】【宁】【如】【此】【奢】【侈】【用】【死】【蛋】【喂】【养】【宠】【物】,【其】【他】【人】【似】【乎】【并】【没】【有】【竞】【争】【的】【想】【法】,【于】【是】【在】【拍】【卖】【师】【三】【二】【一】【的】【倒】【数】【后】,【他】【成】【功】【地】【把】【炎】【纹】【兽】【蛋】【收】【入】【囊】【中】。 “【客】【人】,【这】【是】【您】【拍】

【三】【天】【后】 【伦】【敦】【股】【票】【交】【易】【市】【场】1【月】6【日】【收】【盘】。 【电】【脑】【上】,【汇】【丰】【银】【行】【股】【价】【出】【现】【一】【道】【惊】【心】【动】【魄】【的】【破】【位】【大】【阴】【线】,【最】【终】【定】【格】【在】【每】【股】2.68【英】【镑】,【令】【做】【多】【者】【脸】【色】【惨】【绿】。 【偌】【大】【操】【盘】【机】【房】【里】【死】【一】【般】【的】【寂】【静】,【没】【人】【敢】【大】【声】【的】【喧】【哗】。 【每】【股】2.68【英】【镑】【意】【味】【着】【什】【么】? 【仅】【三】【天】【时】【间】,【汇】【丰】【银】【行】【股】【价】【蒸】【发】【了】【三】【分】【之】【一】,【高】【达】12

【夏】【侯】【申】【回】【到】【住】【处】,【依】【旧】【是】【紧】【跟】【马】【业】【府】【邸】【一】【墙】【之】【隔】【的】【院】【子】。【夏】【侯】【申】【看】【过】【了】【信】【件】,【不】【敢】【怠】【慢】,【直】【接】【到】【霍】【伤】【歇】【息】【处】,【柳】【明】【在】【门】【口】【掌】【灯】【守】【候】【着】,【不】【远】【处】【柳】【青】【的】【呼】【噜】【打】【的】【震】【天】【响】。 【柳】【明】【见】【夏】【侯】【申】【过】【来】,【起】【身】【便】【问】:“【夏】【侯】【头】【领】【何】【事】?” 【夏】【侯】【申】【道】:“【柳】【兄】【弟】,【急】【事】,【实】【在】【要】【打】【扰】【老】【主】【子】【歇】【息】。” 【柳】【明】【见】【夏】【侯】【申】【一】【脸】【急】【色】

  【强】【烈】【的】【刺】【激】【唤】【醒】【了】【沉】【睡】【的】【意】【识】。 【萧】【雨】【清】【醒】【了】【过】【来】,【只】【感】【觉】【天】【地】【都】【在】【眼】【前】【旋】【转】。 【不】,【真】【正】【在】【旋】【转】【的】,【是】【自】【己】。 【逐】【渐】【恢】【复】【的】【思】【考】【能】【力】【让】【萧】【雨】【意】【识】【到】【自】【己】【的】【处】【境】,【之】【前】【的】【经】【历】【也】【同】【时】【在】【脑】【海】【中】【浮】【现】【出】【来】。 【原】【本】【她】【应】【该】【是】【在】【地】【下】【的】,【和】【甄】【夜】【她】【们】【在】【一】【起】【与】【杨】【小】【茜】【对】【峙】。 【但】【是】,【突】【如】【其】【来】【的】【意】【外】【让】【她】【暂】【时】【失】【去】今晚开晚开什么码“【赵】【某】【早】【就】【听】【闻】【云】【老】【太】【爷】【高】【寿】【却】【又】【身】【体】【康】【健】,【今】【日】【一】【见】,【果】【然】【名】【不】【虚】【传】。”【云】【宅】【之】【内】,【赵】【凌】【身】【体】【微】【微】【弓】【着】,【一】【脸】【堆】【笑】【地】【看】【着】【云】【老】【太】【爷】。 “【陛】【下】【过】【誉】【了】。”【云】【老】【太】【爷】【摆】【了】【摆】【手】,【面】【色】【上】【看】【不】【出】【喜】【怒】,【他】【指】【了】【指】【一】【旁】【的】【座】【位】,【示】【意】【赵】【凌】【坐】【下】【来】。 【赵】【凌】【连】【忙】【点】【头】,【而】【后】【便】【朝】【着】【那】【个】【座】【位】【走】【去】,【他】【身】【后】【跟】【着】【一】【个】【神】【色】【淡】【漠】

  【杨】【大】【力】【虽】【然】【只】【是】【普】【通】【人】,【但】【也】【曾】【参】【加】【过】【雷】【灵】【书】【院】【的】【选】【拔】,【对】【于】【这】【种】【场】【面】,【最】【基】【本】【的】【反】【应】【还】【是】【有】【的】,【当】【时】【便】【叫】【出】【声】【来】。 【在】【这】【种】【时】【候】,【那】【看】【起】【来】【文】【文】【弱】【弱】【的】【韩】【三】,【竟】【猛】【地】【扔】【出】【一】【块】【石】【头】,【嘭】【地】【一】【下】【飞】【进】【了】【他】【的】【口】【中】,【打】【掉】【了】【他】【的】【两】【颗】【门】【牙】,【让】【他】【一】【下】【摔】【倒】【在】【地】,【再】【也】【爬】【不】【起】【来】。 【而】【因】【为】【周】【围】【众】【人】【全】【都】【被】**【溪】【头】【顶】【急】

  【一】【个】【人】【形】【的】【乌】【龟】【人】,【站】【在】【祭】【台】【的】【顶】【端】,【看】【上】【去】【十】【分】【苍】【老】【的】【样】【子】,【道】:“【伟】【大】【的】【天】【神】,【传】【下】【神】【谕】,【对】【将】【要】【进】【入】【黑】【木】【精】【原】【始】【大】【森】【林】【的】【人】【族】,【展】【开】【疯】【狂】【的】【报】【复】。【大】【家】【若】【是】【不】【能】**【协】【力】,【杀】【死】【那】【些】【进】【入】【我】【们】【领】【地】【的】【人】【族】,【把】【他】【们】【赶】【出】【去】,【那】【我】【们】【的】【世】【界】【末】【日】【就】【要】【到】【了】。” 【它】【的】【声】【音】【很】【低】【沉】,【但】【是】,【却】【传】【到】【百】【里】【之】【外】,【进】【入】【每】

  【童】【德】【阳】【听】【的】【一】【愣】,【心】【想】【这】【小】【子】【又】【要】【搞】【什】【么】,【怎】【么】【一】【会】【儿】【一】【个】【主】【意】?【从】【上】【海】【回】【来】【之】【后】【这】【小】【子】【的】【主】【意】【变】【多】【了】。 “【哦】?【那】【你】【说】【说】【你】【什】【么】【条】【件】?”【童】【德】【阳】【好】【奇】【的】【向】【张】【扬】【问】【道】。 “【哈】【哈】,【童】【叔】,【我】【这】【主】【意】【你】【只】【赚】【不】【亏】!【绝】【对】【是】【您】【赚】【了】!”【张】【扬】【很】【是】【开】【心】【的】【说】【道】。 【童】【德】【阳】【心】【说】【信】【你】【就】【有】【轨】【了】,【你】【丫】【眉】【毛】【都】【是】【空】【的】,【还】【有】【什】