on Dec. 15, 2016. "This past election was challenging for me ... as a citizen" First Lady Michelle Obama said watching the presidential election this year was painful. She spoke to Oprah Winfrey in a farewell interview at the White House , which aired Monday night on CBS . You know, thisthis past election was challenging for me look at this now as aas a citizen. To watch and experience. It was painful, Obama said during the interview. She previously told People that she went to sleep before hearing the results of the election that ended with Donald Trump defeating Hillary Clinton, for whom Obama had campaigned heavily. You kind of saw the tea leaves, Obama told Winfrey. I kind of felt like how things were going by the time I went to bed. So mentally, Id already kind of digested it before I actually read it, she added.
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Too bad the Yeehawdoesnt have the ability to print from multiple spools of PLA so that different colors could be used in one model. But its still really cool. The head even rotates! The Yeehaw library has a growing selection of models that are ready to print, but you can also create your own simple models using the 3D builder feature in the app. I say simple modelsbecause you use blocks to build the model on a grid. Remember that the Yeehaw has been designed for kids, so thats why the building feature is so basic and simple. My first try at making my own model didnt work out too well. I thought it would be fun to make a Christmas tree. Festive right? But I wasnt thinking correctly when I created it.
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Isidro Sanchez, the head of Tultepec emergency services, said the death toll was preliminary as rescue workers scoured the site. A lack of sufficient security measures had likely caused the blast, he added. The federal police tweeted the number of people injured. Local television showed a flurry of multi-colored fireworks exploding in all directions in the early afternoon as a massive plume of smoke rose above the market. Another video showed people frantically fleeing, while aerial footage revealed charred stalls and destroyed buildings. The explosion is the latest in a long-running series of fatal explosions and industrial accidents that have roiled Mexico's oil, gas and petrochemical industries. A blast struck the Tultepec fireworks market in September 2005 just before independence day celebrations, injuring many people. Almost a year later, another detonation gutted the area again. "I offer my condolences to the relatives of those who lost their lives in this accident and my wishes for a speedy recovery for the injured," President Enrique Pena Nieto said in a tweet.