Nor does he need to worry too much about what his detractors say. When I spoke with him by phone in mid October, I asked about the criticism that gets leveled at him. “I don’t care at all,” he said. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA nine year old schoolgirl has brought a tear to the eyes of care home residents with a special Valentine Day donation.Enya, who has not been able to see her grandmother during the pandemic, wanted to a smile on the faces of the residents who have been unable to see their loved ones.The Grange Nursing and Residential Home in Saddington, Leicestershire received individually written cards and chocolates from the schoolgirl.”Sometimes we go to feed the ducks and there is a care home nearby and I just wanted to do something nice,” she told LeicestershireLive.Sue Beesley, 65, organised a Valentine day party at The Grange Nursing and Residential Home in Saddington.(Image: The Grange Nursing and Residential Home)The Valentine cards that read, friend, from a friend. X were shared with the homes residents during their Valentine Day party, which was held on Thursday, February 11.Sue Beesley, the fundraising and activities coordinator of the home, said: “It took a lot of the residents breath away and some of them got quite emotional.”It has been a challenging 12 months for the care home which has been “constantly inventing new ways” to keep people entertained.Read MoreCould Leicestershire florist The Flower Plant have the coolest shopfront in the country?For a number of residents who suffer from Alzheimer dementia, Sue said it has been “especially difficult” which is why she said, treats like this one “make all the difference”.Enya heart shaped chocolates were a sweet end to a week of activities and fun for the residents to mark the annual celebration of love, which under normal circumstances, would have been celebrated with family members of the residents.Enya teacher, Mr Healey said of her: “She truly has a heart of gold.
All President Trump did was call for a peaceful assembly and protest for a fair and audited election,” said Darin Smith, a Cheyenne, Wyoming, attorney who lost to Cheney in the Republican primary for the House seat in 2016. “The Republican Party needs to put her on notice.” Cheney has said repeatedly she voted her conscience in backing impeachment for the riot, which followed a rally where Trump encouraged supporters to get rid of lawmakers who “aren’t any good, the Liz Cheneys of the world.” Far from leading a peaceful demonstration, Trump “summoned this mob, assembled the mob, and lit the flame of this attack,” Cheney said in a statement before the Jan. 13 impeachment vote.