Donald Trump's campaign said Friday the billionaire businessman will plunge an additional $10 million of his personal fortune into his presidential bid, after new federal filings that show Hillary Clinton with an $85 million cash advantage in the final stretch.
With just over a year left to run, Park's presidency has suddenly unraveled over shocking revelations of how she allowed a close personal friend, with no official position, to meddle in affairs of state. Choi Soon-sil's lawyer said Choi "will actively respond to prosecutors' investigation and will testify according to the facts". Kim Hyung-joon, a professor at Myongji University, told a televised debate on Sunday that Choi's influence over Park was an "unusual" scandal that could have ...
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Rudskoi said "we hope that the USA will fulfill its pledge and conduct an objective investigation into these war crimes". IS's "depraved, cowardly strategy is to attempt to use the presence of civilians to render certain points, areas or military forces immune from military operations", UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said in a statement.
Mr Turnbull said "extensive advice" meant he was "absolutely" satisfied they complied with global law. They have a multibillion-dollar business. "The government will introduce legislation in the next parliamentary sitting week to amend the migration act to prevent irregular maritime arrivals taken to a processing country for making a valid application for an Australian visa".
Voters in the countries overwhelming believe Clinton would create better diplomatic relations with their country, but for Russian Federation, which sided with Trump. Trump has made up ground among whites, particularly those without college degrees and women. But even if he runs the table in these swing states, his "tipping point" would still have to come from states where Clinton holds wide leads .