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September 05, 2018 
U.S. President Donald Trump approaches the news media to listen to a question about an anonymous op-ed... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Donald Trump approaches the news media to listen to a question about an anonymous op-ed... 
U.S. President Donald Trump approaches the news media to listen to a question about an anonymous op-ed from the New York Times after he held a gathering with sheriffs from across the U.S. in the East Room at the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., September 5, 2018. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
SCHOENBORN
RTXNZAK 
November 20, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15NOV05- Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters... 
Vienna, Austria 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15NOV05- Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reute..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15NOV05- Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15. 2005. [Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. ] Picture taken November 15, 2005. 
SCHOENBORN
RTXNZAJ 
November 20, 2005 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15NOV05- Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters... 
Vienna, Austria 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15NOV05- Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reute..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 15NOV05- Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15. 2005. [Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. ] Picture taken November 15, 2005. 
RELIGION EVOLUTION CARDINAL
RTR1BE8H 
November 15, 2005 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches... 
Vienna, Austria 
Vienna's Cardinal Schoenborn gestures during interview with Reuters in "Erzbischoefliches Palais" in... 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15, 2005. Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. Picture taken November 15, 2005. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer 
RELIGION EVOLUTION CARDINAL
RTR1BE8E 
November 15, 2005 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches... 
Vienna, Austria 
Vienna's Cardinal Schoenborn gestures during interview with Reuters in "Erzbischoefliches Palais" in... 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15. 2005. Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. Picture taken November 15, 2005. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer 
RELIGION EVOLUTION CARDINAL
RTR1BE8B 
November 15, 2005 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches... 
Vienna, Austria 
Vienna's Cardinal Schoenborn gestures during interview with Reuters in "Erzbischoefliches Palais" in... 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15. 2005. Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. Picture taken November 15, 2005. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer 
RELIGION EVOLUTION CARDINAL
RTR1BE88 
November 15, 2005 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches... 
Vienna, Austria 
Vienna's Cardinal Schoenborn gestures during interview with Reuters in "Erzbischoefliches Palais" in... 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15. 2005. Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. Picture taken November 15, 2005. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer 
RELIGION EVOLUTION CARDINAL
RTR1BE84 
November 15, 2005 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches... 
Vienna, Austria 
Vienna's Cardinal Schoenborn gestures during interview with Reuters in "Erzbischoefliches Palais" in... 
Vienna's Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn gestures during an interview with Reuters in the "Erzbischoefliches Palais" ("archbishop's palais") in Vienna November 15. 2005. Often tipped as a potential future pope, Schoenborn, 60, came under stinging attack by U.S. Scientists after he published an op-ed article in the New York Times last July backing the "Intelligent Design" view of the world's origins. Picture taken November 15, 2005. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer 
RTRFVGM 
July 25, 1998 
Former New York Yankees pitcher and author of the book "Ball Four" Jim Bouton waves before the Old Timer's... 
multiple countries 
FORMER YANKEES PITCHER BOUTON WAVES AT YANKEES OLD TIMERS DAY. 
Former New York Yankees pitcher and author of the book "Ball Four" Jim Bouton waves before the Old Timer's Game July 25, at Yankee Stadium. Bouton had never been invited to an Old Timer's Game by the Yankees since the book was published, but after an open letter from his son that appeared on the Op Ed page in The New York Times, the Yankees invited Bouton to attend.

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