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Trump defends Bud Light while threatening to out ‘woke’ companies

Former President Trump on Tuesday said Bud Light has paid the price for its controversial partnership with a transgender influencer that sent sales for the beer brand tumbling last year, and he also threatened to release a list of “woke” companies. 

In a post on Truth Social, Trump called the Bud Light ad featuring TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney a “mistake of epic proportions.”

“And for that a very big price was paid, but Anheuser-Busch is not a Woke company, but I can give you plenty that are,” he wrote. “Am building a list, and might just release it for the world to see.”

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“Why not, the Radical Left does it viciously to well run, conservative companies — and people,” Trump continued. “Very nasty, but it’s the way they play the game!”

The beer giant was met with considerable criticism last year after the release of an ad featuring Mulvaney, with many pledging to boycott Bud Light. Anheuser-Busch InBev — the parent company of Budweiser and Bud Light — sent personalized Bud Light cans to a number of social media influencers, including Mulvaney, who identifies as a woman.

The pushback came quickly, and some stores were forced to give Bud Light away for free; the company even resorted to buying back unsold, expired beer from wholesalers.

A short time later, Modelo Especial passed Bud Light as the No. 1-selling beer brand on a dollar basis for the four-week and single-week period ending June 3, 2023.

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Bud Light is still having trouble luring back customers.

Sales of the beer were down 29.9% year over year for the week ending Jan. 20, compared with the same period last year, according to the latest numbers provided to FOX Business by Bump Williams Consulting, which analyzed NielsenIQ data. 

In an effort to win back customers, the brand created a 60-second advertisement that will air during the Super Bowl this Sunday. The campaign, dubbed “Easy Night Out,” focuses on a group of friends who encounter a “Bud Light Genie” that grants them wishes during a night out, including having Bud Lights magically appear.

The group will encounter a star-studded cast from NFL Hall of Famer Peyton Manning, singer and rapper Post Malone, to UFC CEO Dana White.

In his social media post, Trump praised Anheuser-Busch, saying the company spends $700 million annually “with our GREAT Farmers” while employing 65,000 Americans, of which 1,500 are military veterans, and raising millions in scholarship money.

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“Anheuser-Busch is a Great American Brand that perhaps deserves a Second Chance?” he wrote. “What do you think? Perhaps, instead, we should be going after those companies that are looking to DESTROY AMERICA!”

The campaign for Nikki Haley, who is battling Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, criticized the former president for focusing on the beer maker rather than the problems facing Americans.

“Sixty percent of families are living paycheck to paycheck, and Donald Trump is rambling about a beer company,” said Haley spokesperson AnnMarie Graham. “Nikki Haley is running to make America normal again.”

Anheuser-Busch did not immediately respond to FOX Business’ request for comment.

FOX Business’ Breck Dumas and Daniella Genovese contributed to this report. 

KJP dodges key Biden question after claim he met with long-dead French leader

White House press secretary Karine Jeane-Pierre on Tuesday dodged a question on President Biden’s mental and physical health after the president appeared to confuse French President Emmanuel Macron with former French President François Mitterrand, who has been dead for nearly 30 years.

The gaffe came during a campaign stop in Las Vegas on Sunday. The president was recalling a meeting he had with Macron at the G7 summit in England, shortly after he assumed the White House in 2021.

But instead of Macron, Biden dropped the name of “Mitterrand,” who was the president of France between 1981 and 1995 and died in 1996.

Fox News’ Peter Doocy on Tuesday questioned how the president could convince large swathes of voters who are worried about his physical and mental health after making those comments.

Jean-Pierre, looking visibly annoyed, told Doocy, “I’m not even going to go down that rabbit hole with you, sir. We’re going to go ahead.”

“What is the rabbit hole?” Doocy asked.

“You saw the president in Vegas, in California. You’ve seen the president in South Carolina. You saw him in Michigan. I’ll just leave it there,” Jean-Pierre said.

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Later in the press conference, a reporter asked Jean-Pierre to respond to criticisms that Biden has given far fewer interviews during his presidency than his predecessors. The reporter noted that no press conference was scheduled during Biden’s hosting of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, nor was the president scheduled to give an interview during the Super Bowl.

“It just seems, again, like we’re in one of these instances where the president is not communicating with the press,” the reporter said.

“Stay tuned. That is the answer for you,” Jean-Pierre said, challenging the notion that the president was not engaging with the press.

The reporter pushed back, noting that Biden has given less than half the number of interviews his predecessors have given at this point in the presidency.

Jean-Pierre said the president communicates in “nontraditional ways.” As to why the president is not doing a Super Bowl interview – missing out on a “massive audience in an election year” – Jean-Pierre said people “want to see the game.”

“The president will find many other ways to communicate with Americans, the millions of Americans out there,” Jean-Pierre said. “And we will find those ways to do it, where we think the time is right.”

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Presidents have given pre-taped interviews with the networks broadcasting the NFL championship game for years now. This year the game is being broadcast by CBS. The practice became consistent starting during President Obama’s first term, though former President Trump skipped an NBC interview in 2018.

2024 will be the second Super Bowl interview in a row that Biden has declined.

Israel aid bill sinks in House with 166 Democrats and 14 Republicans against

A package aimed at giving $17.6 billion to Israel failed to pass the House of Representatives on Tuesday.

It had been facing a veto threat from the White House, which is pushing for Congress to consider Israel aid as part of a larger $118 billion supplemental security package, along with pushback from GOP hardliners who wanted the price tag offset by spending cuts elsewhere.

Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., unveiled the legislation over the weekend while blasting the Senate and White House for excluding the House from talks over a supplemental security funding and border policy bill. 

The House GOP bill was fast tracked for a vote on Tuesday under suspension of House rules — meaning it would bypass a procedural hurdle known as a rule vote in exchange for raising the threshold for passage to two-thirds of the chamber rather than a simple majority.

It ultimately failed to reach enough support, despite 250 lawmakers voting for it and 180 against. Forty-six Democrats voted in favor of the bill while 166 voted against. On the Republican side, 14 lawmakers voted down the Israel aid and 204 voted for it.

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Rep. Michelle Steel, R-Calif., criticized lawmakers on both sides who did not support the bill after the failed vote.

“It is disappointing and unacceptable that so many Members failed to stand behind Israel as they defend their citizens from terrorists intent to wipe them off the map,” Steel told Fox News Digital. “We must have absolute moral clarity and resolve…History will remember those who choose to stay silent.”

Leaders of the ultra-conservative House Freedom Caucus came out against the bill on Sunday over its lack of offsets. 

One of Johnson’s first acts as speaker was putting a $14.3 billion Israel aid bill on the House floor, but the funding would have been offset by money Biden allocated to the IRS. The move was dismissed as a “poison pill” and a nonstarter by the Democratically-held Senate.

“Well, it’s unpaid for and our borders are wide open. I’m not gonna, can’t go to my constituents say here’s $17 billion, even for someone who I love like Israel, and a good friend, somebody I fully support, I can’t do that,” Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, told Fox News Digital.

But Rep. Greg Murphy, R-N.C., a conservative not part of the Freedom Caucus, argued that offsets such as the ones hardliners are demanding would do next to nothing to tackle the national debt, which he said would be solved by “[cutting] interest rates, [growing] the economy, and [reforming] mandatory spending.”

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“Many people pleaded, please have a pay-for, or else they’re gonna vote against it,” Murphy said of a Tuesday morning House GOP meeting. “And I get it. I understand it, absolutely. But in this particular instance, it’s just dust…we’re not going to make a dent in our debt.”

“People aren’t looking at the big picture…you have to understand a much greater geopolitical picture to really comprehend it.”

Meanwhile the White House and Democratic leaders in the House provided enough cover to their rank-and-file to kill the bill.

The Biden administration panned the bill as a “cynical political maneuver” made in response to the Senate’s bipartisan negotiations on security funding and border policy.

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House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., and his fellow Democrat leaders, announced on Tuesday afternoon that they would vote against the bill, declaring, “We are prepared to support any serious, bipartisan effort in connection with the special relationship between the United States and Israel, our closest ally in the Middle East. Unfortunately, the standalone legislation introduced by House Republicans over the weekend, at the eleventh hour without notice or consultation, is not being offered in good faith.”

Johnson blasted Democrats for opposing the bill after the vote on Tuesday and accused them of using Israel aid as “leverage” to pass the rest of their supplemental funding request.

“After nearly four months of waiting for the Senate to act, House Republicans, working in good faith, placed a clean, standalone bill on the floor — a major concession we were willing to make given the gravity of the situation, to address Democrats’ stated concerns with the prior aid package,” the speaker said.

“Democrats have been unable to present any substantive policy objection in the current legislation. It is clear they are now committed to using Israel aid as leverage to force through other priorities that do not enjoy nearly the same degree of consensus. Leveraging Israel aid as it fights for survival is wrong. The White House and Congressional Democrats should be ashamed.”

NFL announcer Joe Buck predicts bad story will come out of Super Bowl LVIII

Many look forward to the festivities to come during Super Bowl week in the game’s first Las Vegas appearance, but one NFL announcer wants no part in participating in what Sin City has to offer. 

ESPN’s Joe Buck, the veteran play-by-play voice for “Monday Night Football,” told an ESPN radio station in his hometown St. Louis that he has “no desire” to be in Las Vegas this week before the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers. 

And it’s certainly not because he thinks it’s going to be a bad game. It’s the bad that can happen before it for those attending. 

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“It’s a lot of logistics. It’s a lot of congestion,” he told “The Opening Drive” on 101 ESPN. 

“I’m not that way. I’m not looking for the Maxim party and going out all night. It’s just not my thing, and then you combine that with Vegas.

“There’s going to be some story. There’s gonna be something that happens because it’s Vegas, and it won’t stay in Vegas. It’s gonna be a big something that happens. I don’t know what it is. I have no idea. I just think that is going to be a mess in my mind.” 

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Of course, Buck isn’t sure what exactly the “big something” will be that he’s referencing. 

But, with tons of NFL players and others converging on Las Vegas — a city the league wanted to stay away from for years until recently when the Raiders moved from Oakland — there are some skeptical about what might take place. 

For one, sports gambling has been embraced by the NFL and other professional sports leagues, yet rules are still in place that players, coaches and other team personnel must abide by.

That obviously hasn’t been the case, though, as NFL suspensions for players found to be sports gambling on league games, whether their own team’s or otherwise, have been passed down. 

Stories have also come out of recent Super Bowls, including Hall of Fame receiver Michael Irvin allegedly making inappropriate comments to a female employee of a Marriott hotel at last year’s game in Phoenix. 

NFL Network took Irvin off their programming for the remainder of the week, though a settlement was reached with Marriott in a $100 million defamation lawsuit against them, per the Dallas Morning News. 

So far, though, the Super Bowl has started well with Opening Night being a success. Chiefs and 49ers stars took questions about the game, Taylor Swift and other relevant topics leading up to kickoff. 

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But, as Buck alluded to, the extravagant parties and fun events that will ensue may lead to a big story that even Vegas can’t contain. 

Man who correctly predicted nearly every election winner since 1984 weighs in on 2024

The “Keys to the White House” are being handed out, predicting President Biden currently holds a slight lead in a hypothetical 2024 matchup against former President Donald Trump.

Allan Lichtman, an election prognosticator who has correctly predicted nearly every presidential race since 1984, developed a formula that is used to make predictions about an upcoming presidential election – and in many cases, it proves to be accurate.

Lichtman’s “Keys to the White House” consists of 13 true or false questions that he believes establish a strong indication of who will be named the victor on the fall ballot. Each question is asked about the two dueling nominees; if “true” they are given a “key,” and if “false,” their competitor receives the point.

Thus far, Biden holds five of the “keys,” while Trump was able to capture about three, Lichtman revealed to MarketWatch. That leaves five keys still up for grabs, and enough room for the former president to secure a lead before November.

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According to American University, where Lichtman teaches the “keys” are as follows: party mandate, contest, incumbency, third party, short term economy, long term economy, policy change, social unrest, scandal, foreign/military failure, foreign/military success, incumbent charisma, and challenger charisma.

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Biden’s incumbency grants him one automatic point, that of key number 3. 

While Robert F. Kennedy Jr. met the requirements to appear on the Utah presidential election ballot, Biden was granted another “key” for not appearing to have any significant third party or independent primary challenge.

The Democrat was also given “keys” for having “real per capita economic growth during the term equals or exceeds mean growth during the previous two terms,” as well as implementing policy changes during his presidency.

Trump, however, secured key number one, which is granted to whoever’s political party holds the majority in the House of Representatives – which goes to the GOP.

Painting Biden as having a lack of charisma, Lichtman gave Trump the 12th key, and possibly another point if Biden fails to have “a major success in foreign or military affairs.”

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Lichtman correctly predicted Trump would win the 2016 election, and thereafter that Biden would win the 2020 presidential election against Trump. 

Woman loses 170 pounds with Mounjaro drug, claims people tell her she ‘cheated’

After struggling for years to lose weight, Amy Kane, 34, said she has finally found the solution: a tirzepatide medication.

The mom of three from Chicago, Illinois, recently lost 170 pounds after changing her lifestyle and starting a tirzepatide prescription, as SWNS reported. 

Kane said she’s struggled with her weight for years ever since her diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) as a teenager.

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PCOS is defined as a “common female condition typified by reproductive, hyperandrogenic and metabolic features,” according to the National Institute of Health (NIH). 

The condition can cause weight gain and obesity effects, the NIH stated. 

“I was diagnosed with PCOS when I was 13, which has made weight loss really challenging,” Kane told SWNS. 

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After having her three children, Kane said she was a size 4XL — and knew it was time to change her life. 

“I have always been my own worst critic [and] was very hard on myself,” she went on.

At first, Kane tried to lose weight by completely changing her diet and giving up takeout food. 

She initially lost 70 pounds in just six months. 

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But after her weight loss began to stall a few months later, Kane said she turned to the tirzepatide drug Mounjaro, obtaining a prescription from her doctor.

In eight months, Kane lost 100 additional pounds. 

“It doesn’t just help me physically, but it helps me mentally,” she said, as SWNS reported. 

Mounjaro, as well as other similar medications typically used to lower blood sugar levels in adults with type 2 diabetes, have become more popular as weight-loss drugs within the last few years.

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Kane said that taking the drug for weight loss has come with some backlash from others. 

“I get told that I shouldn’t be proud of myself, but I have had to do a lot of work to get where I am,” she said. 

She continued, “Every day, I am told that I have cheated and [am] taking the easy way out.”

Kane, however, said she’s a very different person than before she lost the weight — and wishes she could tell the old version of herself to have more confidence. 

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Eli Lilly, the manufacturer of Mounjaro, states on its website, “Your health care provider should show you how to use Mounjaro before you use it for the first time. Your health care provider is the best person to help you decide if Mounjaro is right for you.”

Fox News Digital reached out to Kane for further comment. 

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Biden torched for claiming Trump is ‘only reason’ the border is not secure

Conservatives on social media roasted President Biden on Tuesday after he claimed former President Trump and MAGA Republicans are “the only reason the border is not secure.”

Biden’s critics, including X owner Elon Musk and Sen. Eric Schmitt, R-Mo., accused Biden of lying and “gaslighting” the American people.

Biden made the claims during an address where he urged lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to come together and support the border bill, the Emergency National Security Supplemental Act.

Several GOP lawmakers in the U.S. Senate have slammed the bill, with Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, R-La., calling it “dead on arrival.”

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During negotiations, Trump urged senators on his platform Truth Social to reject a deal “unless we get EVERYTHING needed to shut down the INVASION of Millions & Millions of people.”

Biden, whose administration has overseen record numbers of southern border crossings, took opposition to the bill and spun it as proof that Trump and Republicans were the ones keeping the border in chaos. 

At one point in his address, Biden said, “Every day between now and November, the American people are gonna know that the only reason the border is not secure is Donald Trump and his MAGA Republican friends.”

However, several social media users did not accept the claim. 

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Popular conservative X account “End Wokeness” shared the border crossing numbers from Biden’s term with a video clip of his quote. The account stated, “Biden: ‘The only reason the border is not secure is Donald Trump.’ Illegal border encounters: 2023: 2,476,000, 2022: 2,379,000, 2021: 1,735,000, 2020: 400,000.”

Musk torched Biden, posting in response, “You are being gaslit.”

The Libs of TikTok account similarly replied to End Wokeness, remarking, “Peak gaslighting.”

Milwaukee talk radio host Jay Weber blasted the president, posting, “Every part of Biden’s n/c [news conference] today was dishonest. Every line. The Democrat party is simply all about gaslighting and lying to the American people now.”

Conservative influencers “Chicks On The Right” rewrote the president’s quote to say, “Every day between now and November, the American people are going to know that Biden is gaslighting them because they remember how much more secure the border was under Trump. And they know Biden undid the very Trump EOs that MADE it more secure. But nice try, gramps.”

Sen. Eric Schmitt ripped Biden, saying, “The only reason the border isn’t secure is because the first day you were in office you reversed every Trump policy that was working. Give me a break. There is a reason it has been called the #BidenBorderCrisis!”

The official House Judiciary GOP account declared, “He’s lost it.”

Conservative commentator Carmine Sabia commented, “Americans are not naive. They are not going to believe the border you ignored for 3 years is no[t] suddenly Trump’s fault.”

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Colts owner Jim Irsay makes first public statement after ‘suspected overdose’

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay made his first public comments about his health since January on Tuesday via social media. 

Irsay was being treated for a “severe respiratory illness,” the Colts announced on Jan. 9. 

“On the mend,” he posted on X. “Grateful for all the messages of love and support.”

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The Colts added in the statement that he was receiving “excellent care” for his illness, while asking for privacy. 

While the Colts mentioned the respiratory illness, multiple reports also found a police report that stated Irsay was found unresponsive in his home in December due to a “suspected overdose.”

First responders were called to Irsay’s home in Carmel, Indiana, around 4:30 a.m. ET on Dec. 8, TMZ Sports said, citing police documents

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Irsay was struggling to breathe and was administered Narcan, to which he “responded slightly,” according to TMZ Sports. 

The billionaire was the subject of a “Real Sports” interview with Andrea Kremer in November, when he said he has been to rehab “at least 15 times.” He also mentioned a near-death situation that gave him an epiphany. 

“One time, I was trying to detox myself, and I mixed multiple drugs that I didn’t know anything about,” he explained. “So all of a sudden, I start slurring my words. And then code blue, I stop breathing. And they revive me and the doctor goes, ‘Jim, you’re one lucky man because I had virtually signed the death certificate.’”

It’s no secret Irsay has dealt with addiction struggles. In 2014, he checked himself into rehab after being arrested and charged with driving under the influence as well as four felony counts of possession of a controlled substance. 

Police revealed Irsay had various prescription drugs in his possession during the arrest as well as more than $29,000 in cash when he was pulled over. 

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Irsay, who has been the Colts executive since 1984 when his father, Robert, was the team’s owner, had his license suspended for a year after refusing a blood test. He did, however, have his felony charges dismissed by prosecutors after pleading guilty to DUI. 

Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this report.

Derek Hough’s wife shows skull surgery scar while sharing health update

Hayley Erbert is speaking out following an emergency skull surgery — and a subsequent cranioplasty — after she was diagnosed with an intracranial hematoma last year. 

In an Instagram post shared Monday, Erbert tilted her head forward, sharing her “new scar” on the top of her head.

“As some of you may know, in December… I had an emergency craniotomy and then a couple weeks later had a cranioplasty and here I am today,” Erbert said, sitting next to her husband, Derek Hough, in her first video since her health scare. “It’s been quite the journey. There’s been so much that has happened in two months.” 

She added that there has been lots of “emotions” and “all the things.”

Hough said the last two months have been “wild.”

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“Going from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, but I have to say throughout this experience this woman has been unbelievable and her perseverance and her acceptance of the whole situation and her strength has been remarkable to witness firsthand. She really is a miracle and it’s been miraculous,” he explained. 

The “Dancing with the Stars” pro and Erbert married last summer after getting engaged in 2022. 

Hough previously revealed that Erbert had been diagnosed with an intracranial hematoma, a collection of blood within the skull, which prompted the craniotomy. 

He has previously given updates on her recovery, but Monday was the first time she has spoken on camera about it. 

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Erbert, tearing up, said when she woke up after her first surgery Hough told her “Babe, there’s so many people thinking about you, there’s so many people sending love to you,’ and I remember just looking at him and just saying, ‘You didn’t even have to tell me that. I can feel it.’ Like, I genuinely felt that through my body. I felt it in my heart. I felt it in my soul. So, thank you all so much for all of your messages, your love your energy, your light, your prayers. Thank you guys for all of it ’cause it means so much to me and to us as a family.” 

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She said she believes all of the support is “what’s gotten me through this a little bit faster and it’s what helped me heal, what helped me stay positive throughout the entire experience.” 

Hough joked, “It’s a new year, it’s a new haircut.”

“A new scar,” Erbert laughed, pointing to the bald spot running down the center of the top of her head.

“A new skull,” Hough added. 

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Erbert laughed, “A new sack of fluid on the side of my face, which is supposed to eventually go away but right now it’s still there.” 

“Just a little cerebral spinal fluid just chilling out in there,” her husband kidded. 

Erbert added, “I also got a new skull, but yeah, also a new outlook on life. Like life is so precious and just spend time with the ones you love. Hold them close cause you never know what could happen.” 

She said she’s “grateful to be alive and be here to tell my story and really this is our story, and really it is quite the story.”

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She said they would “eventually” share the details of her surgery, adding they’re “just not quite yet there.”