Donald Trump says the Democrats' outgoing party head, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, is "highly over-rated", and he's accusing Hillary Clinton of throwing Wasserman Schultz "under the bus". Protesters, wearing Sanders T-shirts and badges held signs that said "Emails", "No!" and "Thanks for the help, Debbie" and shouting " Shame! " and "Fair elections!", disrupted a pre-convention breakfast hosted by the Florida delegation.
Sounry said, adding that the dispute in the South China Sea was between the Philippines and China, not China and Asean . "But we're not trying to create a confrontation, we're trying to create a solution, mindful of the rights of the people that are established under the law".
But convincing voters will not be an easy task. The PBS team had an illuminating discussion Thursday about Clinton's avoidance of news conferences, the strategy considerations that go into that and why the public - not just the press - should care.
The cleric, Fethullah Gulen, has denied all knowledge of the coup - and has suggested that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government could have staged the coup as a way of consolidating power and eliminating government opponents. Erdogan also said there could be a link between Gulen movement and the pilots who shot down Russian jet in November past year. "This is unacceptable in a state governed by rule of law", Prime Minister Yildirim said after meeting secular opposition Republican ...
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu doesn't rule out the possibility of a coup in Kyrgyzstan with participation of Fethullah Gulen's supporters. "The EU can't threaten Turkey ", he said. But it sparked a backlash affecting all aspects of life in Turkey , a key North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member with a population of 79 million and the second largest army in the Alliance.
A few banners also protested the post-coup state of emergency, with one proclaiming "No to the coup, no to dictatorship". Ankara's pressure on Washington to extradite Gulen has fueled speculation that US access to the Incirlik Air Base in southern Turkey, a key launching position for the USA led coalition against ISIL in both Syria and Iraq, could be restricted.