Video of the vulgar declaration drew a great deal of attention on Twitter . Not unexpectedly, President Trump has weighed in, saying Tlaib "dishonoured herself" when she used profanity to describe him. Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, chair of the House Republican Conference and daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney, attacked Tlaib for promoting an environment of " politicization and partisanship " and stressed, "You have seen over the last 24 hours very foul language".
POTUS needs advisors who can brief him on why USSR went into Afghanistan in 1979 (after a bloody communist/military coup in 1978 followed by indiscriminate purges was facing widespread popular resistance) [sic]", Samad wrote on Twitter . I said, 'Why don't you let them fight?' Why are we getting in the middle of it? So we get nothing. "We are going to be doing something that is right.
The canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church refused to take part in the event, stressing that both the "unification council" and Poroshenko's newly-founded ecclesiastical establishment were illegitimate. Relations between Ukraine and Russia devolved into hostilities in 2014 after Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and violent conflict broke out in eastern Ukraine between pro-Russian rebels and the Ukrainian government.
The Associated Press pointed out that Saudi authorities previously said they arrested 18 people in the case. Saudi prosecutors sought the death penalty for five of 11 defendants charged with the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi , as their high-profile trial opened in Riyadh on Thursday.
Police said the 24-year-old, who is believed to be from Taiwan, died in hospital. The 16-year-old, who can not be named for legal reasons, was apprehended and is the main suspect in the incident. Police officers arrested the boy after drawing their stun guns as ambulance and fire crew arrived on the scene. Two people were transported to Royal North Shore Hospital suffering injuries following the alleged incident.
Both Ireland and the United Kingdom have asked that their diplomats be allowed to visit Paul Whelan . And, as it turns out, he claims citizenship in four different countries. "He has British citizenship". Such visits are usually conducted by other consular staff, and a visit by the ambassador has been interpreted as a strong statement by the State Department.