You will not be surprised to hear that the rest of the speakers-including Trump's daughter Tiffany, neurosurgeon and failed presidential candidate Ben Carson, and soap opera star Kimberlin Brown-did not have much to say about creating jobs or boosting the economy either.
Trump can't afford any more big mistakes and needs to shift back to the populist message that made him the surprise GOP nominee. In not endorsing Trump , Cruz is being entirely consistent. Colbert prodded her to see why Bernie Sanders supporters shouldn't "go over to Donald Trump ", and Warren said that if you "scratch the surface a little bit and see what Donald Trump's really talking about, what he's really talking about is what he's talked about all his life, and that's how to ...
Clinton said that the idea of the country needing a single leader to solve all of it's problems is antithetical to American values. The former GOP chief tried holding back from blasting Cruz but then blurted out: "I sort of think it'll backfire on him".
According to Christie, Clinton's actions crushed Libya, resulted in the capture of girls by extremists in Nigeria, prioritized China over the US, helped strengthen the leadership of Assad in Syria, launched a "disastrous" Iran nuclear deal, set back USA relations with Russian Federation and supported concessions for the Castro brothers in Cuba without requiring enough in return.
Obama also told reporters that Turkey's request for the extradition of US-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen - blamed by Erdogan for the deadly unrest - would be handled in accordance with U.S. The main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), slammed the state of emergency move while the leftist Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) said the way out of the failed coup and chaos in Turkey is not a more authoritarian one-man-rule, but more democracy.
Turkey's state-run Anadolu news agency says courts have ordered 85 generals and admirals jailed pending trial over their roles in the coup attempt. Turkey sent dossiers containing details of Gulen's activities to the USA, deputy prime minister Numan Kurtulmus said. Washington has said it will consider Mr Gülen's extradition only if clear evidence against him is provided.