Earlier, Mr Putin urged US business executives to help improve Russian-US relations, amid continuing Western sanctions. Instead of apologizing, Putin said, Democrats "say it's not our fault, it was the Russians". "It reminds me of anti-Semitism", Putin said, his voice rising. "The economy has entered a new phase of expansion ", Putin said. Putin repeated calls for bolstering the country's business climate and cleaning up the judiciary, but critics say the Kremlin leader has failed to ...
The former secretary of state, whom Trump upset in the 2016 presidential election, told Recode's Kara Swisher that she took full responsibility for every decision made on the campaign trail. Clinton also cited the Trump campaign's use of the controversial GOP firm Cambridge Analytica, which boasts of "psychographic" profiles of voters based heavily on Facebook information.
Saying that from Saudi Arabia was rather pointed. Yet the absence of any public reference to the kingdom's treatment of women and political opponents during his two-day visit was still jarring, particularly when contrasted with his affectionate embrace of the royal family.
If the company spent those $4.1 billion on buybacks at the current price of $18 per share, the company could retire 10% of the share count, which would mean that each remaining share's portion of the total earnings and cash flows would grow by 11%.
It reminds me of anti-Semitism, when everything is Jews' fault. He seemed to be referring to the conclusion of US intelligence agencies that Russian Federation tried to interfere in last year's presidential election via hacking of the Democratic National Committee and a top Clinton campaign official.
Spicer on the covfefe tweet: "The President and a small group of people know exactly what he meant ". The presumably made-up word ended up trending on social media, with memes galore and " covfefe " merchandise for sale . Later in the event, when an audience member again mentioned covfefe , Clinton mocked White House spokesman Sean Spicer's explanation from earlier in the day.