Donald Trump retweeted an old post from President Obama to mock his Democratic rival's recent controversial comment, in which she characterized half of Trump's supporters as "deplorable". "Real strength is leveling with the American people and making it clear we will defeat ISIS". Clinton has made similar comments in the past. Obama's tweet was a response to Mitt Romney's "47 percent" gaffe, in which he said almost half of Americans were so dependent on the government that they were likely ...
In separate airstrike Sunday, Turkish jets struck Kurdish rebel targets in northern Iraq, killing 13 militants. The mayors are being replaced by trustees appointed by the government. The pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP), whose regional politicians were the among the chief targets of the move, denounced the reshuffle as a "coup".
Patrick's Cathedral for the city's fire department. "It is clear that we all must stand together and work to defeat this scourge". The U.S while noting that a lot of families around the globe have experienced pain and loss as a result of terrorism, appealed to the conscience of people to work tirelessly to promote dialogue, peace, and reconciliation in order to resolve the complex problems now faced by the world.
Trump was, in fact, on the record against the war before either member of the 2004 Democratic ticket, Clinton herself or the vast majority of Republicans. "I think that that's absolutely correct", he said during the forum. He added that had Clinton gone to Mexico, the trip would have been "a total failure".
Advocacy group Fight for the Future shared a statement from the 28-year-old transgender woman as she demanded written assurances from the Army she will receive all of the medically prescribed recommendations for her gender dysphoria and that the "high tech bullying" will stop.
At sunrise on Sunday, they will head about 20 kilometers east of Mecca to Mount Arafat , following in the footsteps of the Prophet Mohammed, who performed the same rituals about 1,400 years ago. "I saw dozens of bodies", said Oumar Kante, a Malian army colonel who survived the crush and says better organization would have prevented the suffering.