Mr Ford told the traffic controller he had been distracted by another airliner "which was in movement", as well as by "big turbulence" from a landing plane. "I understand now. Sorry for that", Ford said. Landing on a taxiway instead of a runway is a breach of federal aviation regulations. At the time of the faulty landing, Ford asked the air traffic control tower, "Was that airliner meant to be underneath me?" Reps for Harrison Ford have been contacted for comment.
House lawmakers and aides say the bill is short of support before the vote Trump insists be held. He quickly corrected his error and said "tax reform" before briefly dissembling for a bit as he regained his footing. Zeke Miller of Time asked if the process has humbled the president. Kyle Griffin, an MSNBC producer, reported during the briefing that his network's count of votes had 34 Republican votes against the bill, many more than are needed to knock it down.
With the Senate divided 52-48 in favor of Republicans, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ky., needs eight Democrats to vote "yes". The performance left Republicans even more confident of Gorsuch's confirmation, while Democrats shifted their focus to delaying a vote on the nominee due to the FBI's investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
Of course, with the rumours that Sony are moving ahead with a Venom and Black Cat/Silver Sable spin-off that will be unconnected to the MCU, perhaps Marvel just wants to stress this Spider-Man is in their main universe. Fans of the Marvel franchise will spot the high-rise of billionaire Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, played by Robert Downey Jr . towering over other buildings.
Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has hailed the importance of defensive duo Michael Keane and Ben Mee this season. "It's flattering to see but I'm focused on Burnley ", he told reporters asking about his future following England's 1-0 friendly defeat.
Plus, Ben Mendelsohn from Rogue One will continue his streak of being in everything by doing narration of some kind. The virtual band - created by Blur frontman Damon Albarn and comic book artist Jamie Hewlett - have been teasing some new content from their forthcoming album for months now, but it looks like the wait could finally be over as they're planning to premiere some tracks on BBC Radio 1Xtra from 7:30pm today.