Christie listed her lies: no classified information on the server, she did not email classified information, all work-related emails were given back to the State Department . Her campaign page includes two references to the word "Medicare". " The facts of her life and career disqualify her". The chant is popular among Trump supporters who say Clinton should have been prosecuted over the email issue.
The swift response, including calls to reinstate the death penalty for plotters, drew concern from Western allies who said Ankara must uphold the rule of law in the country, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member that is Washington's most powerful Muslim ally .
These words were in contrast with those the crowds had for the firefighters responsible for French rescue services, who were applauded with shouts of " Thank you firefighters! ". Bouhlel staked out the site of the carnage in Nice , the Promenade des Anglais, on several occasions, took selfies there throughout the day of the attack and had reserved the rented truck on July 4.
The New York Times described Meredith McIver as a "former ballerina and english major". This was my mistake, and I feel bad for the chaos I have caused Melania and the Trumps , as well as to Mrs. Thirty-six hours later, the Trump campaign issued the press release it could have - should have - sent out in the hours after allegations of plagiarism in Melania Trump's speech first surfaced.
The Labour Party's MPs voted 172 to 40 against Mr Corbyn's leadership in a secret ballot held earlier this week. In fact, more respondents intend to vote for Corbyn than Angela Eagle and Owen Smith put together. Mr Pritchard said: "As a Conservative MP it would be easy to rejoice at Labour's crisis - but I am not". Labour MP Jess Phillips, who resigned as a parliamentary aide in protest at Mr Corbyn's leadership and backed Ms Eagle to take his job, said she was "disappointed" that there ...
Secretary of State John Kerry. He's also mocked President Barack Obama's ancestry and once wrote an extremely vulgar limerick about Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. On Tuesday, he adopted Britain's long-standing line that Assad must go. Kerry asked, before reporters were ushered out to allow them to speak privately.