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Donald Trump claims only person more than famous him is Jesus Christ

Donald Trump has claimed that the one person more famous than him is Jesus Christ.
The US President made the remark while speaking at a rally in Greenville, North Carolina, on Thursday.

Mr Trump told his supporters of a recent interaction he had where someone told Mr Trump that he was "the most famous person in the world by far".

When he denied the claim, the person challenged him by asking "who is more famous?".

To which the president responded: "Jesus Christ".

"I'm not taking any chances. I'm not having any arguments," Mr Trump added.

"And let me look up and say, 'it is not even close'."
It comes after Mr Trump did a bizarre impression of his presidential rival Joe Biden at a rally in Iowa.

The president held his arms tightly against his body while twitching his shoulder upwards, appearing as if he was stopping himself from raising his hand.Donald Trump dances his way off stage at a rally

The crowd erupted into laughter as Mr …

Asamoah Gyan's brother denies allegations him and his brother assaulted man during tennis match

Former Ghana international Baffour Gyan (pictured top right), has rejected allegations of assault levelled against him and his brother, Ghana football legend Asamoah Gyan (pictured top left), after a man claimed he was assaulted after a tennis match in Accra on Wednesday October 14.

According to the complainant Godwin Martey, the alleged assault occurred following a tennis singles match between Asamoah Gyan and Martey, where Baffour acted as the umpire.

Godwin Martey, the CEO of Websoft Solutions, said the incident occurred at the 37 Army Officer's Mess tennis court on Wednesday.

According to Myjoyonline, Godwin became frustrated during the game because of decisions by umpire Baffour Gyan, which made the Gyan brothers assault him.

Martey narrating what had allegedly happened, said the tennis singles game which was set up by a mutual friend took a sour turn when he noticed that all controversial points that were supposed to go in his favour were given to Asamoah Gyan by his brother Baf…

94 year old Queen Elizabeth carries out first royal engagement in months without wearing a mask

British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II carried out her first public engagement since Britain's Coronavirus lockdown in March, as she stepped out on Thursday October 14, without a face mask despite the UK's Covid-19 social distancing rules.

The UK government advises people to wear a face covering in indoor places where "social distancing may be difficult and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet."

The 94-year-old UK leader, was joined by her grandson Prince William (who was also maskless) on a visit to the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory at Porton Down, southwest England.

They adhered to social distancing guidelines though. Buckingham Palace said that the Queen decided not to wear a mask after consulting her own doctors at the Porton Down military research facility, which is providing vital support to the United Kingdom's Covid-19 pandemic response. The monarch, who spent the national lockdown at Windsor Castle with her husband,…