The Montgomery Country Sheriff has confirmed the woman, who was wearing what looked like broken wrist restraints, is safe. What made the video disturbing to neighborhood residents, though, was the distraught look on the woman's face, and that she appeared to be wearing some type of hand restraints and no trousers.
Senior U.S. officials expressed irritation that Japan was not forthright about the meeting, despite Washington's near-constant updates to Tokyo on its dealings with North Korea , it said. "North Korea was under threat from the United States until the day it tested the ability to deliver a nuclear weapon to the United States". "We have to be prepared and ready to take initiative in competing against China and Russian Federation in rebuilding North Korea's rails and working with Kim Jong ...
Trump opted for a terse, impersonal tweet instead. The White House lowered its US flag to half-staff, raised it back up and on Monday lowered it again after the death of Senator John McCain , in an unusual and confusing break with protocol on the passing of a national leader.
He served six terms in the Senate and ran twice for president of the United States. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a family spokesman said, The Washington Post reported Monday. With the proclamation and statement, Trump was conforming to standard protocol when a prominent member of government dies. Trump questioned the decorated Navy pilot's Vietnam heroism and chafed at McCain's vote to kill the president's "Obamacare" repeal.
McGahn could not be reached for comment. While the Times presented McGahn's cooperation as "unusual", Trump tweeted that it was all a part of the unprecedented level of transparency his administration has had with regards to the Russian Federation investigation.
The experts also chronicled the damage from coalition airstrikes, the single most lethal force in the fighting, over the previous year. The UN says the three-year air war has killed at least 6,475 people, and probably many more. "Despite the severity of the situation we continue to see a complete disregard for the people in Yemen", says one of the report's authors, Charles Garraway .