The weekly Le Canard Enchaine alleged that Fillon had approved hundreds of thousands of euros to be paid to his British-born wife Penelope for fraudulent work as a parliamentary assistant while two of his grown-up children had received salaries for work for which they were not qualified.
On Sunday, a White House staffer even told CBS White House correspondent Mark Knoller that Trump "has some meetings and may play a few holes of golf", but nothing has been confirmed. When asked whether Abe is a good golfer or if he would have a bet on the game, the president said the Japanese prime minister "loves the game". He has threatened to impose a tax on auto imports from Mexico, criticized Japan's trade gap with the United States and most recently accused Japan, along with China ...
U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey, D-Massachusetts, opposed DeVos' confirmation. Democrats need to secure just one more vote against DeVos to defeat her nomination. DeVos has faced sharp criticism from Minnesota education advocates who say the MI billionaire lacks the experience to lead the Department of Education.
He also slammed Trump's lambasting of the "so-called judge", who ruled against his executive order, suggesting that the administration should adhere to the court order. Unlike most major American politicians, Trump has largely avoided criticizing the Russian president, who has garnered bipartisan criticism for the well-documented human rights abuses perpetrated by the Russian government against its own people.
Family members cry near the body of man, who police said was a drug related vigilante killing in Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines February 1, 2017. The military on Monday launched combat operations against NPA guerrillas in the countryside, "acting on orders from the President", said Arevalo.
The law would have tied in well with the beliefs of Vice President Mike Pence who, as governor of in, passed the notoriously anti-LGBT Religious Freedom Restoration Act in 2015 - to fierce global condemnation. When a reporter from the Washington Blade asked Spicer about it, he dodged the question, saying they weren't going to get too far out ahead of themselves on announcing possible executive orders.