Margaret Holcomb was vacationing in ME at the time, so a plainclothes law enforcement official questioned her son about the pot plant and whether he was aware that his mother had been growing it in her yard. Michael Cutler, a criminal attorney, says operations like the one conducted last month have increased in the state since medical marijuana became legal in the state in 2012.
It was an apparent swipe at Trump, who said the microphone he used during the first presidential debate was defective. The first lady began her speech detailing her observation and experience on the White House for almost the last eight years.
And this, say some analysts and couch pundits, is the challenge for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for this Sunday night's debate. The "tweet-storm" was widely mocked, including Clinton's campaign, which chose 3:20 a.m.to promote on Twitter an article she'd written about public service.
We may differ on how we will cast our ballots in November but none of us will vote for Donald Trump". "The worst of it to me was the very day that the Iranians released four American hostages from captivity in Tehran, we delivered Dollars 400 million in cash on a pallet as ransom", he said.
Although the "debate preparation survey" is a low-dollar email fundraising ask, the questions do actually seem created to take stock of what ardent supporters-at least the ones who care enough to actually fill out the questionnaire-will respond to best.
Renna texted a close friend on the Christie campaign during the presser that the governor "just flat-out lied". When her colleague responded, she wrote, "Yes. "I'm so sorry Christina", Renna recalled Kelly saying. Their call cut off and Kelly called back. Kelly said that whenever someone walks in her office, "I feel like I have to hide under my desk because I'm getting a lot of questions about it", Renna testified, adding that Kelly then said, "If someone tells me something is OK, who am I ...