She then makes her way down to the voting polls explaining that you can literally go to vote in whatever state that you woke up in. 'In the name of democracy, any just-out-of-bed look is A-OK'. The initial announcement for the post came Monday, September 26 when Perry posted to Instagram , "Tomorrow I use my body as click bait to help change the world".
The Clinton campaign has sent Hillary or a surrogate to four different Philadelphia colleges this month. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Michelle Obama told a diverse and enthusiastic crowd in Philadelphia on Wednesday that candidates don't change once they become president and that America "needs an adult in the White House".
They included pictures of Kate Middleton and her two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. He said there had been a "flagrant" and "criminal" act which had caused Middleton "considerable distress". It said it was "as yet not clear" who had originally gained access to Middleton's account. Mr Wolanski said breaches of the order would be in contempt of court, and the injunction also stopped anyone trying to sell the photos to foreign publications.
A firefighter covers his face while battling a wildfire near Morgan Hill, Calif ., Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. A wildfire growing rapidly in California's Santa Cruz Mountains has led to evacuations . One remote area where the fire burned is 30 minutes up a winding dirt road. One home sitting on a hilltop plot was completely consumed, pouring out thick, black smoke, while another of the 300 houses at risk sat unscathed below.
The statement is Machar's first public declaration since he fled Juba after fierce fighting with Kiir's army. "It is essential that Sudan undertakes a combination of institutional, macro-economic and sectoral reforms to reach a stable growth path", said a World Bank report on the country's economy released in Khartoum .
China's Foreign Ministry on Tuesday voiced its disapproval of USA actions against the businesswoman, Ma Xiaohong, and her Hongxiang Industrial Development Co. However, customs data released Monday showed China's imports of North Korean coal have surged 60 percent since the latest sanctions went into effect in April, reaching almost 2.5 million tonnes valued at $113 million.