Jul 01, 2020
Khloe Kardashian Flaunts Killer Legs While Partying With Bestie Malika
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Mega-celebrity Khloe Kardashian and best friend Malika Haqq looked dazzling in Tuesday’s Instagram post. Within the first hour it was uploaded, almost 700,00 fans hit the like button.
In the two images, the gorgeous women were leaning against the back of white couch in an enormous, festively-decorated room.Wisps of metallic streamers fluttered from pink helium balloons floating on the high ceiling above.
Khloe’s tiny dress was gold metallic mesh lined with a nude opaque fabric. It was cut high on her neck and had long sleeves, but revealed almost all of her long toned legs. Classic stiletto heels completed her stylish look.
Khloe’s long brunette hair was parted in the middle and styled smooth and straight.
Malika wore a tight-fitting jeans that accentuated her hourglass figure. A low-cut tan tank showed off lots of cleavage. She accessorized with patterned fanny pack attached to her waist with a black leather strap.
Her hair was similar in appearance to Khloe’s, although it was swept back behind her shoulders, exposing a simple silver choker.
Although the location was not indicated in this post, it appears to be an update of Khloe’s recent 36th birthday party, as recently reported by The Inquisitr. On Monday, Khloe uploaded a series of snapshots from the soiree, which was held at sister Kylie Jenner’s $36.5 million dollar mansion.
She and Malika were seen together in two of the images. In the first, the ladies were standing outside in front of a huge array of pink balloons, which spelled out “KOKO,” Khloe’s nickname. The other shot captured the duo lounging on a white sofa against a black wall.View this post on Instagram
Forever my lady! ???? @amberasaly. Btw can you believe @malika JUST had a baby! Bish where!?!
A post shared by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on Jun 30, 2020 at 5:59pm PDT
Malika gave birth to son, Ace, in March. As these photos indicated, the new mom seems to be bouncing back to her pre-baby body with no trouble.
Some sweet fans appreciated the sentiment in the pictures, praising Khloe and Malika’s longtime friendship. A flurry of heart various heart emoji made up most of the initial 2,500 comments.
However, a huge percentage of Khloe’s 115 million Instagram followers couldn’t help but admire her stunningly long stems.
“EXCUSE ME. LEGS” followed by fire emoji, exclaimed one of many.
“Leeeeeggggggsssssssss,” one person commented.
“Legs for dayssssss,” followed by heart emoji, praised yet another.
“Giiirl this picture makes your legs look long AF LOL” followed by fire emoji, someone else laughingly complimented.
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Sen Tammy Duckworth Rips Desperate Tucker Carlson and Trump for Questioning Her Patriotism: These Titanium Legs Dont Buckle
5 Lego challenges to make a stay-at-home summer fly Post-rally surge, PPE stocks, antibody study: News from around our 50 states Sen Tammy Duckworth Rips Desperate Tucker Carlson and Trump for Questioning Her Patriotism: These Titanium Legs Dont Buckle © TheWrap
In a searing New York Times op-ed published Thursday night, Sen. Tammy Duckworth pushed back against statements by Donald Trump and right wing Fox News host Tucker Carlson calling her patriotism into question.
"Attacks from self-serving, insecure men who can't tell the difference between true patriotism and hateful nationalism will never diminish my love for this country," Duckworth wrote, "or my willingness to sacrifice for it so they don't have to. These titanium legs don't buckle."
The beef started on Monday when Carlson took issue with an answer Duckworth gave when she was asked on CNN about taking down statues of slave-owning founding fathers like George Washington amid a push to tear down statues of confederate traitors. Duckworth didn't call for such statues to be taken down, but she did suggest that the country should have "a national dialogue" about them.
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On his Fox News show Monday night, Carlson took that statement out of context and launched into a screen in which he told his viewers, among other things, that she and other Democrats "hate America." The next night, Carlson called Duckworth "a coward" because she wouldn't go on his show to debate his insults. Donald Trump got in on the act on Wednesday, insulting her in extremely personal terms while implying that his left wing critics are traitors.
Duckworth, of course, is a U.S. army veteran who lost both of her legs in 2004 during one of her tours in the second Iraq war, a war Carlson supported — at least until it turned into a disaster — but didn't volunteer to fight in. In fact, Duckworth sought a special dispensation that would allow her to continue serving in the Army even after losing her legs. She retired in 2014 after 22 years. Donald Trump meanwhile was exempted from the Vietnam war draft due to "bone spurs" in his heels. And Carlson has never served in the military either.
In her op-ed, Duckworth said that their attacks on her are a "desperate" attempt to distract Americans from "Donald Trump's failure to lead our nation." Trump and Carlson, Duckworth said, "think Mr. Trump's electoral prospects will be better if they can turn us against one another. Their goal isn't to make — or keep — America great. It's to keep Mr. Trump in power, whatever the cost."
Also read: Tucker Carlson Doubles Down on Tammy Duckworth Attack, Calls Senator a 'Coward' (Video)
"It's better for Mr. Trump to have you focused on whether an Asian-American woman is sufficiently American than to have you mourning the 130,000 Americans killed by a virus he claimed would disappear in February," Duckworth wrote, accurately referring to one of the many times Trump downplayed the seriousness of COVID-19. She also said that this play distracts from the fact that Trump has "apparently done nothing about reports of Russia putting bounties on the heads of American troops in Afghanistan."
She also explained her position on Washington in greater detail. "Setting aside the fact that the right wing's right to lie about me is one of the rights I fought to defend, let me be clear: I don't want George Washington's statue to be pulled down any more than I want the Purple Heart that he established to be ripped off my chest. I never said that I did," she wrote.
"What some on the other side don't seem to understand," she continued, "is that we can honor our founders while acknowledging their serious faults, including the undeniable fact that many of them enslaved Black Americans. Because while we have never been a perfect union, we have always sought to be a more perfect union — and in order to do so, we cannot whitewash our missteps and mistakes. We must learn from them instead."
Duckworth concluded by dismissing Carlson and Trump's comments as attempts "to race-bait or swift-boat anyone who dares disagree with them," and saying that she intends to "spend every moment I can from now until November fighting to elect leaders who would rather do good for their country than do well for themselves."
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