They can't continue to be obstructionists . Trump had scheduled his Iowa visit for June 1 but postponed because of unknown circumstances. "The truth is people love us", Trump said . Trump began the Iowa speech by sending condolences and prayers to injured Sen. At the rally, the president said of Scalise, "I would like to take this moment to send out thoughts to our courageous friend Steve Scalise and everyone recovering from the assault".
Britax has launched a massive recall of some of its child safety seats. The company notes that the infant auto seats remain safe in a crash, and that while the term "recall" is being used, the entire seat does not need to be replaced. There's a video on the Britax website that explains how to switch out the clip for replacement. No injuries have been reported. The recall is expected to begin June 21.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has kicked off her career as a beauty entrepreneur with a bang. We pay for juicy info! 'My kids are a little too young to want it now, but I think it's so important. "The surrogate can not go in hot tubs or saunas, can not handle or change cat litter, apply hair dye, drink more than one caffeinated beverage per day or eat raw fish", the source added.
It was fun, well done and included some interesting ideas about history. Tom Cruise stars as an antiquities hunter who disturbs an Egyptian sarcophagus and awakes an evil spirit. "As a template for future films, it's a warning that Dark Universe filmmakers are going to need to think about the stories they're telling as much as the stories they're planning".
Around the world people are celebrating the summer and winter solstices which mark the longest and shortest days of the year. Celebrating the summer solstice could be special anywhere, but something tells us Stonehenge is an extra-incredible place to ring in the longest day of the year.
President Donald Trump threw his support to Handel in the days before the voting Tuesday through his official Twitter account. In another tweet, Trump also congratulated Republican Ralph Norman , who won a special congressional election in SC.