The pre-Trump era was one of constant scrutiny. "It would be wrong of Trump to give the green light to Israel to do as it pleases in Palestine... However a deliberate detachment is very likely to take place at least at the early stages of his four-year reign until he handles other urgent affairs", said a Tunisian analyst.
But, in the short term, as has happened in Britain since the Brexit vote, the racists, misogynists and homophobes on the American Right will probably feel legitimised and emboldened by a Trump presidency. consulate in Benghazi, more recently controversies with her aides, and most seriously, using a private email server for official communications when she was the secretary of state.
Shahbaz Sharif said that not only Pakistan but also other countries of the region would benefit from CPEC projects , and economic and trade activities would be promoted in the region. Sharif hailed the efforts by government of Balochistan and the Army as successful in making the local population a stakeholder in development . The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor ( CPEC ), a $46-billon project , was proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping to enhance regional connectivity, ...
Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said the party's failure to reach out to white working-class voters was "an embarrassment". During the primaries, one of the most common attacks on Bernie Sanders was that he wasn't anywhere near as "electable" in the general election as Hillary Clinton.
Trump's pledge to withdraw the USA from the Iran deal will prove hard, if he promises to follow through. Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally, September 7, 2016. "The Trump of the campaign is different to Trump the president", said Allaeddine Borujerdi, chairman of parliament's foreign affairs committee. "This deal does what it says it would do, which is prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon", Toner said.
Trump told reporters the meeting was supposed to last about ten minutes but lasted 90, and it could have gone on even longer. Prevailing in a cliffhanger race that opinion polls had clearly forecast as favoring a Clinton victory, Trump won avid support among a core base of white non-college educated workers with his promise to be the "greatest jobs president that God ever created".