First on Obama's list was a group of patients aged four and up who were making snowflakes in one of the hospital's playrooms. That's the most important thing there is. He gave Katriel a puzzle saying that his grandmother liked to do puzzles, according to Goodwin. He was joined by nearly all the euphoric hospital staff, doctors, nurses, parents, and the children in his fun rendition of the Christmas carols.
During the ill-fated interview, Flynn was actually questioned by a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok, who was later fired after his letters to his lover, Federal Bureau of Investigation special counsel Lisa Page, revealed the duo's hostility to Trump.
Instead, asylum seekers who tried getting into the country through the USA southern border will have to wait in Mexico while their cases move through the immigration courts . Estevez noted that some anti-migrant sentiment had sprung up on the northern border, especially in Tijuana, where the caravans have been marooned. The ministry said the actions taken by the Mexican and USA governments do not constitute a "safe third country" scheme, where migrants would have to request U.S.
House Speaker Paul Ryan , 48, acknowledges he never achieved two longtime policy dreams - reining spending by the government's huge entitlement programs and controlling the enormous and growing national debt. He said supporters of the president "believe it's a promise that he's been telling them that he will keep". "Democrats will win, the wall will not be built, and Congress will once again have punted when we should've been taking a stand", he said.
The retired Marine Corps general, who was known as a stabilising force in President Donald Trump's Cabinet, will retire in February. "I greatly thank Jim for his service", Trump said over two tweets. "We must do everything we can to advance an global order that is most conducive to our security, prosperity and values and we are strengthened in this effort by solidarity of our alliances", Mattis wrote in the letter.
The nuclear negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang stalled since the Trump-Kim meeting. South Korea's Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at his office here today. Meanwhile, North Korea has evaded sanctions through illegal ship-to-ship transfers of oil and also expanded its missile facilities, according to recent news reports.