Donald Trump claims viral picture of orange tan line was ‘photoshopped’

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Donald Trump did compliment his wind-swept hair (Picture: Reuters)

Donald Trump has furiously claimed an image showing him with a dramatic orange tan is ‘fake news’ and has been photoshopped.

The US President has been widely mocked by social media users after the snap was posted by the unofficial Twitter account White House Photos on Friday.

The original picture showing the Commander-in-Chief walking to the Oval Office was taken by photographer William Moon, a reported Trump-enthusiast who attends press events.

Many Twitter users began mocking Trump using the #orangeface hashtag and comparing his appearance to cats, corgis, Mrs Doubtfire and the Oompa Loompas from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

One meme included the caption: ‘Tupperware after you store spaghetti in it.’

7983251 Trump claims his fake tan lines are photoshopped but his 'hair looks good' as meme of his face with orange streaks goes viral

One Instagram user compared Trump to Mrs Doubtfire (Picture: Instagram)

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This Instagram user compared Trump to a three-year-old (Picture: Instagram)

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Trump hit back at critics saying his hair ‘looks good’ (Picture: Instagram)

Another quipped that Trump’s look was ‘girls before YouTube make up tutorials’.

One Twitter user added: ‘Nobody tell him that his foundation doesn’t match his face.’

But Trump hit back in a trademark Twitter rant in which he claimed the black-and-white photo had been digitally altered.

‘This was photoshopped, obviously, but the wind was strong and the hair looks good? Anything to demean!’

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Social media users had a field day with the picture (Picture: Instagram)

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Trump was compared to cats and corgis (Picture: Instagram)

Following Trump’s claims, Mr Moon tweeted that the photo was not ‘photoshopped’ but he had used the ‘Apple smartphone’s photo app to adjust the color of the picture’.

Moon is not employed by the White House and is not a member of the White House News Photographers Association.

His Twitter bio reads: ‘White House Correspondent, Journalist, Photographer, Poet and Pesco Vegetarian.’

Similar pictures of Trump at the same time taken by official photographers clearly show a tan line, but the colour is not as dramatic.

A Washington Post investigation into the photo concluded that a bronzer, or artificial tanner, led to the orange hue on Trump’s face.

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Nathan Miller obituary, death: Nathan Miller Chocolate Chambersburg

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Nathan Miller obituary, death: Nathan Miller Chocolate Chambersburg

Nathan Miller obituary, death: Beloved Nathan Miller Chambersburg chocolatier has passed away.

He is the proprietor and chocolatier at Nathan Miller Chocolate.

Please say a prayer for his grieving family mourning his death as you read the tributes below:

Please cover Deb and Rick Miller in love and prayers for comfort. They lost their beloved son Nathan and he will be greatly missed by so many.

I just remember him with this amazing dry sense of humor that brought joy to our lives as my sons middle school and highschool friend. Wrestling, soccer, cross country and many sleep overs at our house. Nate had an explorer’s spirit and wasn’t afraid to take risks like my son.

Looking back I never would have dreamed they both would have been business owners. Nate became a chocolatier in Chambersburg after studying abroad and here, all types of culinary skills. Nathan’s chocolates in Chambersburg made the best chocolate.

Nathan was a true example of an overcomer and showed the world that with faith and hard work you can find your dreams. You will be dearly missed and thankyou for the wonderful day I got to come down and have a tour.

Rest in Peace Nate until we meet again. Love and prayers

The Chambersburg community has a lost a real one. I’ll always remember going to $5 punk shows in the event space attached to the coffeehouse, buying bags of my favorite Little Amps coffee, having the best brownie I’ve ever tasted, and tearing up with hometown pride when seeing Nathan’s factory on national TV while on a flight home. Thank you Nathan Miller. Rest Easy.

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Nathan Miller I met you in the darkest part of my life. You took me under your wing. You told me your dreams of being a chocolatier, I knew you would not only make that a reality, but take it to the highest level.

You were in your twenties, with all your friends, drawn to your house almost nightly, and Sunday barbecues. You were all so smart, fun, creative and welcoming- to an older woman divorcee even though I never felt like the outsider I was.

Your gatherings, many which involved karaoke and music- your go to Karaoke was vintage Pink Floyd and David Bowie. We enjoyed art, the outdoors, our views of spirituality, of course gorgeous food, and a lot of laughter. Then when I was trying to make it as a realtor, you trusted me and hired me, giving me work. You referred your friends and your wonderful uncle Doug Walter.

You grew my business. As time went on your family, Deb Walter Miller with Doug, made me feel welcome, just as you had, with your friends.

When you trusted me to sell your home, I saw you off to go back to Chambersburg to pursue and conquer your dreams. We didn’t stay in touch. I didn’t visit you when your work brought you to Denver. And I didn’t support through your health battle. I never reciprocated any of the joy and generosity you naturally shared with me. I deeply regret that.

My heart is heavy and I pray your heart and soul have been set free. I miss you, and I’m so grateful for all the love and life you showed me.

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Nathan was a kind, gentle person. He believed in us and helped us get started. He always gave us good advice and held great conversations over his amazing coffee and chocolates. He will be missed and we will think of him every time we take a bite of chocolate. May he rest in peace.

Our downtown mourns. We mourn the loss of Nathan Miller, proprietor and chocolatier at Nathan Miller Chocolate. Nathan provided encouragement and advice to many businesses with our downtown. He collaborated with GearHouse Brewing Co on a chocolate porter and crafted a product known world wide. We offer our condolences and prayers to the Nathan’s family and friends.

📸 – Nathan Miller Chocolate

Saddened to hear about the passing of Nathan Miller of Nathan Miller Chocolate. His dedication to his craft and his effort to revitalize Chambersburg’s Grant-Street-warehouse area were major inspirations for my own business ventures in this town.

“Made with ❤️ from bean to bar then handwrapped by our team. Come visit our factory at 140 North Third Street in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.”

[from the packaging – this bar was a gift to Rach and I from Alex and Moriah].

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Fireworks thrown at firefighters, houses pelted with eggs and hooded yobs on mopeds: Gangs of teenage thugs cause Halloween misery – Manchester Evening News

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Gangs of anti-social yobs took to the streets of Greater Manchester on Halloween to wreak havoc.

Fireworks were thrown at houses and firefighters; eggs were thrown at windows; and buckets of sweets were stolen.

A fire service watch manager was left with a nasty burn after being targeted by thugs.

Police and fire crews were called to a number of incidents involving thug teenagers across the region on Thursday night (October 31).

There was reportedly a large group of ‘hooded youths’ on mopeds seen ‘carrying tools’ near the Longford Park area in Stretford, Trafford.

A resident said they were ‘deliberately scaring’ kids out trick or treating.

In a tweet, officers from GMP’s Stretford division said: “There was a large number of off road bikes causing havoc all over Greater Manchester this evening.

“Neighbourhood officers from Stretford and Urmston worked together and managed to safely seize three bikes.

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“Checks revealed two to be stolen. One male was arrested.”

Teenagers were reportedly seen throwing eggs at the house windows in Stretford.

The same thing happened around the Park Road area of Sale, and in the Wardle area of Littleborough.

A Wardle resident posted on Faceook: “I just came home from work and my front door is full of eggs.

“So are the people of Wardle that desperate for a chocolate and sweet, that if you don’t give them they damage your property shame on you.

“I thought that I lived in a lovely place.”

A large group of youths were spotted ‘throwing eggs at peoples windows’ in Edgeley in Stockport and a ‘group of girls’ were seen doing the same thing near Peel Hall Park in Wythenshawe.

A group of youths were caught throwing eggs in the Bromley Cross area of Bolton before being stopped by police.

While dealing with the group on Darwen Road, officers stopped a child with 25 snap bags of cannabis, GMP Bolton North reported.

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Groups of kids throwing fireworks was also a massive problem.

Youths were reportedly spotted throwing fireworks at cars on Stockport Road, Heaton Moor Road and Reddish Road in Stockport.

One Withington resident said she had called the police due to a ‘group of kids’ throwing fireworks on Old Moat Lane.

She said: “My son asked to come back from trick or treating because of this, it’s getting out of hand.”

As firefighters were tackling a bonfire at Crumpsall Park at around 8.45pm last night, a watch manager was hit by a firework aimed at the crew.

As Paul Marston and a colleague approached the blaze, a group of roughly 15 youths dressed in black began to aim lighted fireworks in their direction.

WM Marston was hit by one of them – leaving him with burnt hair and skin.

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Speaking the morning after the attack, he said in his 27 years of working for the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, this is the first time he’s been injured in an attack.

He added: “I’m Manchester born and bred and work hard to help protect my community – it’s my job, I’m proud to serve, but I must confess last night’s incident has shaken me.

“As we approached the bonfire I saw a group of youngsters and my intention was to go over and speak to them about fire safety. But as soon as we saw fireworks being lit we got a sense of what was about to happen.

“When I was hit, the pain wasn’t the thing I remember most clearly but the impact followed by the horrible smell of burning hair.

“It lodged inside my helmet and, as we were retreating from the scene, I struggled to get it off.

“I’m very grateful to my colleagues on White Watch and the staff at the hospital for their medical treatment.

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“I’ll be honest, in the hours that followed I felt furious.

“But I soon calmed down and have actually stayed on shift all night – it’s my responsibility to be at work, protecting my local community.

“But the next time I’m called to an incident like a bonfire or other small fire in a public space I expect last night will be on my mind.”

Jim Wallace, chief fire officer for GMFRS, said this is ‘the last thing’ the service need at such a busy time of the year.

A number of residents also expressed their shock at group of youths taking ‘full buckets’ of sweets from outside their houses.

In Radcliffe, one resident said: “Three lads were banging on my door.

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“I assumed they were children but they were teenagers.

“I had a bucket outside for the trick or treaters and they have stolen the bucket and run.

“They threw the bucket on the street and legged it, now the children have nothing.”

A Hazelhurst resident said a ‘couple of kids’ cleared out the whole bowls of sweets that she had left outside her house, before any of children had the chance to have some.

GMP have been contacted for a comment about the anti-social behaviour.

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Coventry restaurant fined £25k after serving Nutella hot chocolate to teen with nut allergy – CoventryLive

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A Coventry restaurant has been fined more than £25,000 after serving Nutella hot chocolate to a teenage boy with a nut allergy.

Paramedics had to take the 14-year-old to hospital after the shocking mistake at PGR Restaurant in Priory Place.

The drink was not labelled correctly on the menu and did not mention it contained nuts.

Coventry Magistrate’s Court was told that the boy’s mum had spoken to a manager at the restaurant and requested the menu/ingredients be changes before something even more serious happened.

But she didn’t think they were taking it seriously, so then contacted Trading Standards who made an unannounced visit to the restaurant and bought a hot chocolate for analysis.

The report that came back said the drink contained 17.8mg of hazelnut protein when a dose of just 0.1mg would be enough to elicit a reaction in one per cent of hazelnut allergy sufferers.

It was also noted that whilst various menu items were marked as containing nuts, no such disclosure was made in respect to the hot chocolate drink. 

The court also heard that before this incident both this restaurant, and associated business premises under the control of the individuals below, had received visits and advice from Coventry City Council on the importance of proper allergen control systems and how to comply with the law.

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The case went before magistrates on October 23.

The restaurant management cooperated fully with the trading standards investigation and admitted their responsibility in regard to the matter.

They blamed a breakdown in communication for failure to take remedial action between the incident and the subsequent Trading Standards’ visit.

PGR Restaurant Ltd was fined £16,667 and ordered to pay costs of £598 and a £120 victim surcharge.

Habibeh Pourali, 47, of Lupton Avenue, Coventry,  the sole company director was fined £1661, ordered to pay costs of £598 and a £120 victim surcharge.  

Majed Bahgozin, 51, of Lupton Avenue, Coventry, the restaurant manager was fined £2169, ordered to pay costs of £598 and a £120 victim surcharge. 

Masoud Behgozin, 50, of Sidbury Road, Coventry, the restaurant day-to-day manager was fined £2169, ordered to pay costs of £598 and a £120 victim surcharge.

All three individuals pleaded guilty to two breaches of the Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013.

Habibeh Pourali also pleaded guilty to both counts on behalf of PGR restaurant.

‘Tragic circumstances’

Cllr Christine Thomas, Chair of the City Council’s Licensing and Regulatory Committee said: 

“Consumers should rightly expect that when they go out to eat, the food they are served is safe and described correctly.  

“We are all aware of the tragic circumstances that can occur if someone has a severe food allergy. 

“This case highlights how critically important it is that food business operators take their responsibilities seriously.”

If consumers have any concern about the accuracy of a food description, they can contact Citizens Advice Consumer Service on 03454 040 506.

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(CNN)Diahann Carroll is gone today– passed away at 84 from breast cancer, her publicist said. But for me she will forever be that beautiful, chocolate-brown princess I first saw performing scenes–with her glistening voice–from “Porgy and Bess,” with Sammy Davis Jr. on the premiere episode of “The Diahann Carroll Show,” back in 1976.

To my young eyes—and to the eyes of so many of my peers–Diahann Carroll was everything that a woman should be: smart, elegant, funny, and a career woman. Carroll had already shattered racial stereotypes on television with her starring role in the 1968 series “Julia,” on NBC. She played a widowed mother and nurse — a life I connected with because my father had also died.
As Julia, Carroll was the first black woman to star in a sitcom and not play a domestic worker. Huge, at the time. In fact, it’s hard to overstate what an important figure she was. In my working-class black neighborhood, men, women, children–we were all captivated by her. I loved watching my mother — the only woman I ever thought was more beautiful than Carroll — imitate the actress’s hairdos and outfits.
    In Diahann Carroll, we recognized our own beauty.
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    My love affair with Carrol continued throughout her career, the “Dynasty” years on ABC in the 80s, when she played the sexy vixen Dominique Deveraux, then later when she was cast as Jane Burke on “Grey’s Anatomy.”
    A busy life, to be sure, and Carroll writes later in her memoir about the all-too-common struggles career moms confront as they try to balance work, love and family, and her regrets about the time away from her daughter, Suzanne Kay Bamford, from the first of her four marriages. The two reconnected later in her life, and Carroll often spoke about finding joy in her relationship with her daughter and grandchildren. I’m happy she finally found her balance.
    In her book, written when she was just over 70, she recounted with humor and humility the challenges of aging for an icon—even one who remained drop-dead gorgeous.
      “All my life people have been trying to make me define myself racially, politically, and artistically,” she said. “Now they are just trying to place my face.”
      Rest easy, Diahann Carroll, you were a phenomenal, beautiful woman. We won’t forget.

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      20 Pieces Of Advice That Have Truly Shaped Me This Year

      1. Who you are becoming doesn’t have 2-day shipping. You can’t expect to arrive by just announcing you want to change. The person you want to be will show up day by day as you do, with your head down willing to do the work.

      2. In this life, you are either acting in love or acting in fear. Stop yourself and figure out which space you’re living in. As Hannah Brencher says, “With love, there’s always more leftover. Fear shrinks and shrivels. Fear has an expiration date. But love keeps on growing keeps on giving with more than enough for everyone.”

      3. Putting yourself first isn’t selfish. Do what you gotta do, girl. Take care of yourself. Make time for books, reflection, writing, meditation, baking, and naps. You’ll be able to love others more when you love yourself more. Care for yourself, then others. A crippled nurse isn’t much help in a warzone.

      4. Watch what you eat. On social media. On television. With who you listen to, who you go to for advice, and the energy you surround yourself with. What you intake is either poison or medicine for you. Take in things and thoughts and energy that leaves you feeling full in love and peace and positivity, not empty with fear and envy and negativity.

      5. Confidence and loving yourself isn’t just “feeing yourself” when your outfit is cute and you’re having a good hair day. It’s believing in yourself first, before anyone else, and sustaining that belief even when you’re struggling. Confidence is the choice to be yourself and love yourself regardless of other people’s judgments. It starts with choosing to look at yourself, your good parts and bad, and accepting all of it.

      6. Take responsibility for your actions. If you can’t admit you’re wrong, you might be missing out on a powerful lesson.

      7. Mountaintop moments are fun, but the real work is done in the valleys of this life. Dig in deep. Find out why you’re here. Find out who you are meant to become. The waiting isn’t idle, there is work to be done. Our valley moments are where the universe takes us to batter us into the person that has the strength to conquer mountains. Rejoice when you are in the valley, for this is your becoming.

      8. Your reason determines your reward. Go into anything and everything with your entire heart or not at all.

      9. Learn to say yes to the tests of your heart. Learn to stop running from darkness and hard times. Learn to love the dirt from which you grow that transforms you.

      10. “He who is without sin shall cast the first stone.” Remember that.

      11. In a world that seems entirely focused on building an image, focus on building character. This is inner work, the work that takes time and has ups and downs. It is work that isn’t found in our Instagram highlight reels but in the bloopers and behind-the-scenes moments that leave us on the floor asking, “Where do I go now? How do I build from this?” And let me tell you, building from the bottom is often the most difficult, but best, place to start.

      12. Measure chocolate chips for a recipe not with a cup or a scale, but with your heart.

      13. Root yourself here, in this moment. This present moment demands you be in it so you can enjoy it and learn from it.

      14. Send letters. Tons and tons of handwritten letters. Buy flowers. Fill notebooks with how much you love people. Show your support, and not in the internet’s equivalent of a side hug in the form of likes and comments. Go to events. Sit with people and laugh. Hold their hand while they cry. Make the people who matter to you a priority.

      15. Weed your garden. It may look okay one day so you decide to leave it, and then all of a sudden everything is looking a little less lively. Weed your garden daily. Face lies straight on, the lies filled with “can’t” and “won’t” and fear and replace them with seedlings of truth based in love.

      16. “This too shall pass” applies to everything, the good and the bad. One day you’ll look back and thank the times you never thought you’d make it through. You’ll also look back on the great days when your cheeks hurt from laughing so much and call them “the good ole days.” Be grateful for both and live in them, as they’re both fleeting.

      17. You’ll never regret loving with your entire heart. There may be times when that heart gets broken, but don’t let it shrink your capacity to love.

      18. Don’t let anyone tell you when it’s appropriate to listen to Christmas music. Listen in July if you want to, babe.

      19. You’re going to have to let go of some things to make room for what is coming. Let the pruning happen. Pruning is defined in the dictionary as “to trim (a tree, shrub, or bush) by cutting away dead or overgrown branches or stems, especially to increase fruitfulness and growth.” The Universe isn’t trying to destroy the tree, it’s helping it grow. Let go of the things in life that are taking up your space for growth.

      20. Please, please, please just trust and wait. Trust your people. Trust your process. You’ll never know everything, and you probably don’t want to. Be hungry for the long haul and be there for more than just an Instagram highlight reel. Where you are is no accident. Where you’re going is where you are meant to go. Dig in, do the work, and appreciate that work. Don’t waste the present moment trying to get somewhere you aren’t meant to be. You are exactly where you should be.

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