Politico reports that FOX News and Newt Gingrich made a " mutually agreed to" decision to suspend his relationship with the network as a contributor. Outside of Christie and Pence, there hasn't been a huge line of Republicans competing to be Trump's running mate. Trump essentially promised Gingrich a job during the rally, saying, "in one form or another, Newt Gingrich will be part of our government".
Asked by reporters Saturday about Erdogan's claim of Gulen's being behind the attempted coup , U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said, "We fully anticipate that there will be questions raised about Mr. The U.S. says it will look at any evidence Turkey has to offer against Gulen, and judge accordingly. The government declared the situation under control, saying 2,839 people had been rounded up, including "the backbone" of the rebellion.
An arrest warrant is also out for Erdogan's top military aide, though his role in the coup bid, which killed around 265 people, is not clear. The victims also included the campaign manager for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Erol Olcak, and his 16-year-old son, Abdullah, killed when renegade soldiers opened fire on protesters Friday night at one of the Bosporus bridges in Istanbul .
Setepenra's Twitter feed, which was filled with posts targeting white people, said he had traveled to Dallas, and he posted videos of himself traveling there. "We demand law and order", Trump said in a Facebook posting Sunday afternoon. "We will get through this together as a family and as a community". The law enforcement official said the Federal Bureau of Investigation has no indication any black separatist or other domestic terrorist groups are supporting or sending people to kill cops.
Akin Ozturk, a former Turkish air force commander, told the state-run Anadolu news agency that he had planned the events. While US Secretary of State John Kerry called on Turkey to uphold democracy and human rights as it pursues the military officers and anyone else involved in the plot.
Neighbours described Lahouaiej-Bouhlel as a violent loner who smoked, drank alcohol and seldom visited mosques. But psychiatrist Chemceddine Hamouda, who treated Bouhlel for years in his native Tunisia, said he'd had "behavioural problems" and was "very aggressive" towards his parents whom he had tried to lock inside their house.