Trump's interests". However, Alan Futerfas , an attorney for the Trump Foundation , shot back at Underwood, calling her characterization of the agreement misleading and a "further attempt to politicize this matter". But it's a loss for some charitable organizations who received millions from the Trump Foundation . The helmet and portraits formed part of the tapestry of reports , led by Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold , that painted a picture of the Trump Foundation as ...
His administration, though, is sidestepping any potential debate in Congress in issuing a final rule that adds bump stocks to a definition of machine guns written 80 years ago, during the heyday of gangsters' use of "tommy guns". Westrom doesn't believe owners of bump stocks will give them up. Aposhian told the Tribune he will reluctantly comply with the new regulation but isn't confident others will.
Dr. Mohammed bin Abdulkarim Al-Issa, secretary general of the Muslim World League, said undermining the sovereignty and leadership of Saudi Arabia was "a red line that no one ... While Saudi Arabia reaffirms its commitment to continue to further develop its relations with the United States, it also expresses its concern regarding the positions that were expressed by members of an esteemed legislative body of an allied and friendly government, said a Foreign Ministry statement.
Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) said December 17 he was "not very optimistic that Democrats are going to yield in providing $5 billion in Wall funding". The fight over Trump's border wall has brought Congress to a familiar standoff just days before Christmas.
Facebook Inc's Instagram played a much bigger role in Russia's manipulation of United States voters than the company has previously discussed, and will be a key Russian tool in the 2020 elections, according to a report commissioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee .
Freeland offered few details, but added her ministry had not been able to make contact since the notification. He took an unpaid leave from the embassy because he "loves China " and wanted to continue to work in the country, the former ambassador said.