She Voted For Trump. Now, Her Husband Is Being Deported

An Indiana woman who voted for President Donald Trump was stunned to discover that her husband, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico, is set to be deported as soon as today.
Despite her spouse’s immigration status, Helen Beristain said she agreed with Trump’s hardline policies.
“We don’t want to have cartels here , you don’t want to have drugs in your high schools, you don’t want killers next to you,” Helen told Indiana Public Media earlier this month. “You want to feel safe when you leave your house. I truly believe that. And, this is why I voted for Mr. Trump.”
But Helen didn’t think those policies would apply to her husband, who owns a popular restaurant in Granger, Indiana.
“[Trump] did say the good people would not be deported, the good people would be checked ,” Helen said.
According to the South Bend Tribune, her husband Roberto Beristain came to the United States in 1998 to visit an aunt and stayed. Then, he met his wife and the two started a family.
Roberto was detai..

Seth Meyers Warns Donald Trump: Stop Plagiarizing ‘Saturday Night Live’ Bits

For Seth Meyers , President Donald Trump has finally gone too far.
On Thursday’s “Late Night ,” the host joked that he didn’t actually mind when Trump “talked dirty with Billy Bush ” or told Russia to “hack” his 2016 Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton’s emails .
What he did take serious issue with, however, was Trump “stealing bits” from the “Weekend Update” segment on “Saturday Night Live .”
Dear President Trump: Now it’s personal.
— Late Night (@LateNightSeth) March 24, 2017
In a bid to prove his point, Meyers referenced Trump’s bizarre interview with Time magazine this week.
The president’s response to a question that “I guess I can’t be doing so badly, because I’m president, and you’re not” sounded suspiciously familiar ― like Chevy Chase’s recurring “SNL” gag line . Then Meyers highlighted at least one other time that Trump appeared to take his cue from the show.
Check out the segment above.

International Cloud Atlas Recognizes 11 New Kinds Of Clouds

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The updated list in the atlas that names the types of clouds in the world includes five special ones that are created in very specific circumstances, such as flammagenitus clouds (triggered by wildfires) and cataractagenitus clouds (developed from the spray of waterfalls ).
Newly recognized volutus clouds resemble a giant roll, and are actually considered a new “species” of cloud. Asperitas clouds look like a ro..

Police reveal more details about British Parliament attacker

LONDON — Khalid Masood, who attacked Britain’s Parliament, killing four people and wounding some 50, was born Adrian Russell Ajao, London’s top counterterror officer said Friday. Mark Rowley revealed the name in a briefing outside Scotland Yard in which he also announced two more “significant” arrests had been made. That brings the total number of…
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