He also blasted climate-change denial, race-based migration policies, unbridled capitalism and "strongman politics" - stances often cited as the hallmarks of Trump's controversial presidency. He also criticized what he called the "utter loss of shame among political leaders, where they're caught in a lie and they just double down and lie some more".
The briefing was tightly controlled, with experts warning of possible long-term distress from the more than two weeks they spent trapped inside a cramped, flooded chamber of the Tham Luang cave in northern Thailand . Another said that they had all been very excited when the divers first reached them, saying it gave them all hope. "Be calm and not shocked". The group, which had eaten before going into the caves, took no food on an excursion that had been meant to last only an hour, and had ...
But he was so determined to be at work on time for his first 8am shift that he set off from his Homewood house at midnight Saturday. Walter shakes hands with Officer Mark Knighten who saw Carr on the side of the road and picked him up to bring him to breakfast.
He said May initially proposed a "glorious vision" for Brexit , which involved breaking from the EU's courts, customs unions and single market, and forging new trade deals. "That is the prize that is still attainable". May said she laughed off Trump's suggestion and said instead she has engaged the European Union with negotiations and come up with a Chequers deal which delivers on the Brexit people in Britain had voted for.
They said they think it's Russian Federation. Top Democrat Sen. Chuck Schumer of NY, says never in the history of the country has a USA president supported an adversary the way Trump supported Putin. Trump said, "I hold both countries responsible". We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.
When asked if she was reversing what the president had said , she answered: "I'm interpreting it, not reversing it". Lawmakers and former intelligence officials appeared shocked, dismayed and uneasy with Trump's suggestion Monday that he believes Putin's denial over the assessment of us intelligence officials and the Justice Department.