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Donald Trump tweeted a holiday message on Saturday morning, wishing his 'enemies' a happy new year and saying that they 'lost so badly they just don't know what to do', seemingly mocking Obama and the Democrats for sanctioning Russia.
The president-elect's full triumphant tweet said, 'Happy New Year to all, including my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don't know what to do. Love!'
His message came two days after President Barack Obama retaliated against Russia for its efforts to influence the outcome of the presidential election, expelling 35 Russian intelligence agents and closing two luxurious Russian compounds in the United States. The Russian officials were expected to leave on Saturday.
Trump praised Putin's decision not to retaliate with similar sanctions yesterday, calling him 'very smart', after the Russian President reached out on Friday morning with a warm message that raised hope they could improve 'bilateral cooperation'.
The statement released by the Kremlin said, 'Putin congratulated US President-elect Donald Trump with the Christmas and New Year holidays.'
Donald Trump on Saturday hit back at Democrats in a triumphant tweet and mocked their efforts to sanction Russia over attempts to influence the outcome of the presidential election'
President Barack Obama on Thursday expelled 35 Russian diplomats and closed two Russian compounds in the United States. Trump accused Democrats of having lost 'so badly they just don't know what to do'
George Michael has died aged 53, he rose to fame with Wham! before becoming an international pop star
George Michael was born in East Finchley, London, on June 25, 1963.
He was the son of Greek Cypriot restaurateur Kyriacos Panayiotou, who moved to England in the 1950s.
Michael first attended Kingsbury High School in north London. His mother, Lesley Angold, was an English dancer.
When he was a teenager, his family moved to Hertfordshire, an affluent village called Radlett just north east of Watford.
It was there where he met Wham! partner and guitarist Andrew Ridgeley after he joined Bushey Meads School in Bushey.
As their relationship grew, it was clear that the pair wanted to be famous musicians and Michael starting busking on the London Underground.
He would sing songs, including Queen's '39' and then he started working as a DJ.
The singer went on to perform at small venues in Watford, Stanmore and Bushey.
He then formed the ska band, The Executive with Ridgeley and Ridgeley's brother Paul, Andrew Leaver and David Mortimer.
Michael then started Wham! with Ridgeley in 1981 and their debut album, Fantastic, reached number one in the UK two years later.
Their second album, Make It Big – which included 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-GO' - reached number one in the US.
He sang on the original Band Air recording of 'Do They Know It's Christmas' – which later became the UK Christmas number one.
In 1986, Wham! separated.
Just one year later he launched his own solo career and kicked it off with a duet with star Aretha Franklin.
He went on to release seven solo albums – from Faith in 1987 to Symphonica in 2014.
'But I also remember experiencing incredible guilt for my family and friends, because they literally spent weeks not knowing whether I was going to make it.
'Now, if that had happened to me in reverse, if I’d had to watch one of my sisters go through that, well... it would have devastated me.
GEORGE MICHAEL'S FIVE SOLO ALBUMS
1987 - Faith
1990 - Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1
1996 - Older
1999 - Songs From The Last Century
2004 - Patience
'For most of the time, though, I was pretty much out of it, so I didn’t realise the danger I was in until after I’d come out the other side.’
Celebrity fans have taken to Twitter to convey their grief over the loss of Michael.
Ricky Gervais, who cast Michael in an episode of his sitcom Extras, wrote: 'Unbelievable. RIP George Michael.'
While Gary Lineker posted: 'No, not George Michael as well. Another musical great leaves us this year. 2016 can just sod off. #RIPGeorge'
Electro-pop star Gary Numan tweeted: 'Oh no. George Michael RIP.'
Alison Moyet, who performed at Live Aid in 1985 on the same bill as Michael, said: 'I met George Michael a few times & he was ever a gentle, unassuming soul. A rare presence in a world full of self. Honest, genuine talent.'
The official account of eighties pop group Duran Duran also paid their respects by tweeting: '2016 - loss of another talented soul. All our love and sympathy to @GeorgeMichael's family.'
SO SO SAD'' R.I.P. MICHAEL '' I WANT YOUR SEX,, YANI I LOVE ALL OF YOUR SONGS '' ALL I CAN SAY IS
Pictured: Michael and his Wham! bandmate Andrew Ridgeley on stage in 1986 - the pair would go on to achieve fame with a number of hits including Last Christmas and Club Tropicana''
George Michael was one of the biggest stars of the 1980s with Wham! Pictured, he performs onstage at Wembley Stadium in Wham! with bandmate Andrew Ridgeley in 1986
Despite a glittering life onstage Michael had endured a turbulent personal life which saw him battle substance abuse and fall seriously ill with pneumonia in 2011 (pictured, on his 'Symphonica' tour in Vienna, 2012)
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BBC News announces death of pop superstar George Michael
With his wife at home ill, the Duke of Edinburgh maintained tradition as he went to the service''
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Prince Philip walks with Sophie, Countess of Wessex who looked suitable festive in her red and extravagant black feathered hat'
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall led the way as the family arrived for a second, more public service at the church on the Sandringham Estate
Dozens of royals attended a church service at the Sandringham Estate today - a cornerstone of the family's Christmas celebrations - however the Queen herself was notably absent as she continues to recover from a heavy cold.
Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Harry, the Earl of Wessex and Prince Andrew joined other royals as they made their way from Sandringham House to St Mary Magdalene Church where they enjoyed two Christmas services.
As supreme Governor of the Church of England, the Queen's faith is incredibly important to her - and this is the first time in nearly 30 years the 90-year-old Monarch has missed the service, which she and her husband Prince Philip, 95, have attended every year since 1988.
It is thought the Queen has not missed a Christmas Day service at either Sandringham or Windsor Castle - the previous location for the monarch's festive break - in living memory.
This comes amid a tumultuous week for the royals, which has seen the Queen and her husband the Duke of Edinburgh struck down with illness and the tragic news her granddaughter Zara Tindall had lost her unborn baby.
Prince Harry delighted this lady - who is 93 and a half, and had been waiting for hours - as he stopped and took the time to wish her a Merry Christmas''
Despite feeling under the weather, the Duke of Edinburgh was in high spirits as he left the church with Prince Harry an'
The service at Sandringham is one of the highlights in the Royal calendar, in which members of the family spend quality time with one another.
However this is the first time in some 28 years the Queen has not attended.
A spokesman for Kensington Palace said today: 'Her Majesty The Queen will not attend Church at Sandringham this morning.
'The Queen continues to recover from a heavy cold and will stay indoors to assist with her recovery.
'Her Majesty will participate in the Royal Family Christmas celebrations during the day.'
There was an outpouring of grief yesterday following news the Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall and her 38-year-old husband lost their unborn baby, just weeks after revealing they were expecting their second child.
The pair had been expected to spend Christmas at Sandringham but were not seen today.
And in a break from tradition, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have this year chosen to spend the holidays with Kate's parents, Michael and Carol Middleton, at their home in the village of Bucklebury, Berkshire, some 170 miles away.
It came as a surprise to many that, in this special year the Queen reached her magnificent 90-year milestone and Prince Philip turned 95, two of their great-grandchildren Prince George, aged three, and Princess Charlotte, 18 months, will not be with them.
Prince Harry, meanwhile, is at the estate alone as his girlfriend, American actress Meghan Markle, 35, spends the festive season with her family in Toronto.
Although Miss Markle was not invited the Queen is said to be 'fully supportive' of her grandson's relationship with the actress.
Senior members of the family have joined the Queen at Sandringham and they will all be sitting down promptly at 1.15pm in the green-walled dining room hung with Spanish tapestries and rising after just over an hour to be in good time to watch her annual message on TV to the Commonwealth at 3pm.
In her Christmas speech broadcast later on today, the Queen will praise the 'inspirational' Team GB athletes in her Christmas Day address, as well as the achievements of 'ordinary people doing extraordinary things'.
Queen stays away ill as Royals attend Christmas Day service
From left, Savannah Phillips, Autumn Phillips, Prince Harry, Prince Charles, Princess Eugenie and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall'
Prince Harry was all smiles - despite his girlfriend, American actress Meghan Markle spending the holidays in Toronto'
The Duke of Edinburgh - who has been suffering with a heavy cold all this week - took his coat off before entering the church' BLESS HIM, LEO HAYUPO NA MKE WAKE THE QUEEN 'Yeye bado homa imembana'' UPENE HARAKA BIBI YETU''
Little Isla Phillips, four, holds hands with her grandmother Anne, Princess Royal, and her father, Peter Phillips''
Prince Harry stood outside the church with his father, Prince Charles after attending the traditional Christmas morning church service near the Sandringham estate in rural Norfolk
MITOKO YA KIMALIKIA' Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall wore a long blue royal blue coat with black accessories'
Princess Eugenie wore a red felt cocktail hat by Sarah Cant and a black clutch bag by new London handbag designer Stacy Chan'
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, James, Viscount Severn, Princess Eugenie and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall'
Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex greeted crowds with 13-year-old Lady Louise Windsor who looked smart and elegant in her nude ballet pumps, grey marl coat and pale blue dress with matching silver clutch bag'
Princess Beatrice (left) teamed her military-style coat, cinched in at the waist with a thick black belt, with vertiginous platform heels and a gingham headband complete with red rose. Her sister Princess Eugenie (right) opted for black court shoes, a grey marl coat, black leather gloves, a red felt cocktail hat by Sarah Cant and a black clutch bag by London designer Stacy Chan'
Autumn Phillips - the wife of Peter Phillips, the oldest grandchild of Queen, with her daughter Savannah
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and the Prince of Wales - who could be seen leaning on his umbrella outside the church'