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White House’s Meadows Reportedly Flouted Covid Rules In May For Daughter’s Large Wedding

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Mark Meadows, Trump’s chief of staff, hosted a 70-person indoor wedding for his daughter in Atlanta in late May, possibly violating state rules and federal guidelines designed to halt the spread of Covid-19, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, another case of White House officials seemingly flouting coronavirus protocols.

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The wedding took place in an ornate Atlanta ballroom, and its 70-person guest list included Representative Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), who has expressed skepticism of coronavirus restrictions and frequently declined to wear a face mask, AJC reported.

Guests stood close to each other during the wedding, and most did not appear to wear masks, according to photos of the event reviewed by AJC.

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Cardi B Reportedly Files ‘WAP’ Trademark For Beverages, Fashion, And More

It is only a matter of time before “WAP” becomes more than a hit single by rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. Soon, it will be a lifestyle with wearable fashion and yummy drinks! 

According to TMZCardi has filed to trademark “WAP” for a wide range of uses including clothing, headwear, footwear, jewelry, backpacks, handbags, fanny packs, and luggage. 

The famous rapper even filed to have the three-letter word plastered on branded beverages including beer and liquor, mineral waters, energy drinks, fruit juices, and sodas.

RELATED | Cardi B Reveals ‘WAP’ Almost Wasn’t Released

ICYMI: The trademark filed on September 23 comes weeks after the 27-year-old “Money” rapper dropped her waterproof merch—including raincoats and umbrellas—emblazoned with the graffitied acronym “WAP” and sexy promotional images of herself with Megan.

We think it is safe to say that more “WAP” is on its way! In the meantime, you

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style

Donald Trump reportedly spent $70K to style his hair during ‘The Apprentice.’ How does that compare to other stars?

Donald Trump’s tax returns are the talk of the internet today — and one expense in particular that he wrote off has been heavily commented upon: the more than $70,000 he paid on haircuts and hairstyling for his infamous head of hair while making The Apprentice.



Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: President Trump. (Photo by Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images)


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While there are still a lot of unknowns about the expense in the returns, unearthed by the New York Times in its bombshell report on Sunday, it still seems like a hefty tab for what he’s working with. Even if the $70,000 was over the duration of the series — and, for the sake of argument, we’ll include The Apprentice (2004-2010) and Celebrity Apprentice (2008-2015) — he spent $6,363 a year to style his hair for professional appearances.

And that amount would be in addition to the hairstyling services

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