Fox also declared that what is happening in the USA presidential race is "not democracy" and said Trump will pay for the wall because he's got enough money to do it on his own. "... Vicente Fox horribly used the F word when discussing the wall". "We are not paying, I am not going to pay for that - expletive deleted - wall".
In Rajya Sabha, opposition continued to press for an apology from HRD minister Smriti Irani for "blasphemous" remarks on Goddess Durga. Jha also criticised the weak Opposition in the House. They failed to expose the fraudulent speech of Irani. "What was the need for (Congress vice president) Rahul Gandhi to accept such insult of gods", Irani said amid ruckus in the house, leading to its adjournment for the day.
The former Presidential candidate, who withdrew from the race after a poor performance in New Hampshire, stood side by side while reporters rushed to the impromptu news conference. The contest is dramatically shifting toward Trump, who is leading in opinion polls in almost all 11 states set to make their choices on next Tuesday.
As the first counts indicated the depth of the slump for Fine Gael, betting company Paddy Power began offering odds of 4/7 that Kenny would resign as party leader by July. But he declined to rule out coalition talks with Kenny. With the country's political future in disarray and several coalition combinations on the table, the Fine Gael leader refused to be drawn on the prospect of a pact with traditional adversaries Fianna Fáil.
I can only tell you if I would have used even half of that word, it would be a national scandal. Trump also demanded Fox apologize for cursing. It's not to defend our creed. "Sometimes you're supposed to use a strong, very descriptive word so that you make your point". We live in a place called planet Earth and Trump is turning the American people into that neighbour disliked and hated by everyone.
Though many see this coalition as one that would give the country the most stability, Mark Mortell, advisor to Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny, was quoted in Breakingnews.ie as saying that forming the coalition could cause massive fracturing in the Irish political system that could ultimately create volatility.