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"When that rumor came out, it kind of felt like a bit of - a bit of lazy journalism, to be honest," Sheeran said, "because I think people when - whenever she's pictured with someone, people will say that she's dating them, whoever they are."
Sheeran is confident he is not Swift's latest fling:
"I think you can be friends with someone without having to sleep with them. I've got - I've got morals."
"Jesus, three times in the Gospel, says that one of the worst things that people can do, one of the worst sins we can commit is to cause our little children to stumble," Joshua Dubois began. "And from Newtown to the streets of New York and Chicago, our kids aren't just stumbling, Piers, they're dying. And that reality really settled in with me in - in Newtown in those - in those private moments with those parents."
Dubois described President Barack Obama's actions in the days following Newtown and explained how their presence often meant the most to those grieving families:
"There's not a lot you can say. You just have to be present. And the president was present for those parents at the time... So just his presence meant a lot to them. And I just, you know, to the extent that I could, I tried to be - to be present for him."