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Trump deems Kanye West a ‘seriously troubled man’ who 'just happens to be Black' after Mar-a-Lago trip fallout

Video Matt Whitaker: 'I don't have any reason to believe there's enough evidence to indict President Trump' Former acting U.S. Attorney General Matt Whitaker told Fox News' Lacey Christ he does not believe there's "enough evidence to indict President Trump." Former  President Donald Trump  deemed Ye, the hip hop artist formerly known as Kanye West, a "seriously troubled man" after receiving blowback over a meeting with him at Mar-a-Lago.  "So I help a seriously troubled man, who just happens to be black, Ye (Kanye West), who has been decimated in his business and virtually everything else, and who has always been good to me, by allowing his request for a meeting at Mar-a-Lago, alone, so that I can give him very much needed ‘advice’," Trump wrote in a message posted Saturday to his Truth Social account. "He shows up with 3 people, two of which I didn’t know, the other a political person who I haven’t seen in years. I told him do

World Cup 2022: Morocco shocks Belgium in Group F match

Video Fox News Flash top sports headlines for November 27 Fox News Flash top sports headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Morocco threw a giant wrench into the  Group F mix on Sunday with an upset victory of Belgium, 2-0. Belgium came into the tournament No. 2 in the  last FIFA men’s soccer  rankings before the World Cup and were shoo-ins to get to the knockout stage and among the favorites to win it all. But that all changed in the 73rd minute. Morocco's Zakaria Aboukhlal scores his side's second goal during the World Cup group F soccer match against Belgium, at the Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar, Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022.  (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin) On a free kick, Abdelhamid Sabiri was able to bend his kick just enough to bounce it past goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and put Morocco ahead. Zakaria Aboukhlal would give Morocco a convincing lead in the second minute of stoppage time and close the door shut with his goal. Whoops! We couldn't access t

England's players take a knee before kickoff in World Cup match against the US

Video Fox News Flash top sports headlines for November 26 Fox News Flash top sports headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Members of England's men's soccer team took a knee in protest prior to the start of its  World Cup match against the United States. England's players also took a knee for several seconds prior to its match  against Iran  on Nov. 21. According to the AS sports news website, at least three members of the team were demonstrating against discrimination and racism. The players were also believed to be making a statement about "inclusivity." Mason Mount of England takes a knee prior to kickoff during a FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group B match between England and USA at Al Bayt Stadium Nov. 25, 2022, in Al Khor, Qatar.  (Elsa/Getty Images) England coach Gareth Southgate previously mentioned that his players would be taking a stance in Qatar. "We feel we should," Southgate said following the Iran match. "We thi

Hundreds pose nude on Australian beach to raise awareness for skin cancer

Video Rhode Island Halloween display aiming to raise donations for cancer research Tim Perry, a Cranston, Rhode Island resident whose wife is battling cancer, speaks about his ‘House of 1,000 Pumpkins’ Halloween display.  Some 2,500 people took off their clothes on Saturday to pose for U.S. photographic artist Spencer Tunick at  Sydney's Bondi Beach  in an effort to raise awareness about skin cancer. Tunick, known for staging mass nude photo shoots at world landmarks, used a megaphone to direct attendees into several poses on the beach before many took a naked dip in the ocean. The New York-based artist  collaborated with a charity on the naked art installation in a bid to raise awareness about melanoma, Australia's fourth most common form of cancer.  Australia's federal government estimates that this year 17,756 new cases of skin cancer will be diagnosed in Australia, and 1,281 Australians will die from the disease. Participants pose nude during sunrise on Sydney's Bon