The US president has said his administration is seriously looking at ending the right of citizenship for US-born children of non-citizens and people who immigrated to the country illegally
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HERE’S THE VIDEO!! 🐋 – It’s hard to tell what all was happening because it was a deeper hole. The water was over my head (not saying much since I’m only 5ft tall) so @jeffbarron70 tied a rope around my waist just in case (safety first!). @charl3sfarm3r had the wire gate you see towards the end of the video blocking the hole to keep her from getting out when I would come up for air. Took me 3 times going down to grab her. She was so fast biting me, either biting the side of my arm or swallowing me up past my wrist every time, that it was hard to grab her. She was VERY aggressive to be such a big fish. When I finally got my arm between her gills and her gill plate, Charles moved the gate, and I STILL had a hard time getting her out of the hole. This is when I realized just how big she was. I remember being under water with her kicking to get to the top. Most of the fight was underwater where the video can’t show, then feeling Dad pull the rope when he knew I had the fish. @gavinr5 and @neal_carlton we’re standing on the structure, and Gavins laugh at the end is great 😂 it was a team effort getting her and me both in the boat since I wasn’t letting go! The video cut off right as I started screaming loud enough to rattle everyone’s windows in Illinois 😇 🎥: @blake.wollerman15 – I can’t thank y’all enough for having us out! Another year, another PB in Illinois! A YouTube video from the whole trip will be out SOON! I even have videos of getting bit and coming up the first 2 times laughing like a maniac 😂 – – – #GetBit #HoggOn #Noodling #Grabbling #HandFishing #Fishing #Flathead #Catfish
A BIKINI-clad woman dived head-first into a murky lake – before emerging with a monster catfish hanging off her arm.
Hannah Barron, 23, made the huge catch on a hunting trip to Illinois – and shared a picture to her 530k Instagram followers.
One impressed Facebook user said: “What a huge fish, if one of those bites me I don’t know what I would do.”
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Here are the Top 12 Japanese restaurants in the Houston area, according to Good Taste. Listed in alphabetical order: Akashi Asian Bistro & Sushi Bar 25760 Kuykendahl Rd. Tomball, Texas 281-651-5151 Japanese and Chinese come together in harmony at this Creekside hot spot in Tomball.
Source: Top 12 Japanese spots in Houston
me, twice a year: “i’ll never fly spirit again.”— Peter Scattini (@jpscattini) July 31, 2019
me, this morning, after deciding i’d rather save 12 dollars: pic.twitter.com/ASqk3bb89j
PASSENGERS travelling with Spirit Airlines were left screaming in terror after a bat flew through the cabin mid-flight.
The bat was spotted 30 minutes after the flight took off according to one of the passengers.
Twitter user Peter Scattini tweeted a video of the bat with the caption: “There is deadass a bat on this Spirit Airline.”
He joked: “Me, twice a year: ‘I’ll never fly Spirit again.’
“Me, this morning, after deciding I’d rather save 12 dollars.”
In the video, the bat flies down the middle of the cabin while a child screams in shock.
Jay Moore, 23, was accompanied by 39-year-old ‘Jurassic Park ranger’ Alfie Appleton at the fast food outlet’s Gallagher Retail Park branch in Coventry, West Midlands.
This is the extraordinary moment a fully-grown man casually queues at a McDonald’s drive-thru dressed as a T-Rex.
Jay Moore, 23, was accompanied by 39-year-old ‘Jurassic Park ranger’ Alfie Appleton who yesterday ordered a meal at the fast food outlet’s Gallagher Retail Park branch in Coventry, West Midlands.
The pair, who perform in the dinosaur show at the nearby Kidz Kingdom funfair, were taking a break from entertaining the children when they decided to spook the McDonald’s staff.
Mr Appleton, from Lutterworth, Leicestershire, told MailOnline: ‘To be honest, we thought it would be a bit of a laugh.