Officers were reportedly responding to a call of a forgery in progress when the arrest began . According to WCCO-TV , once the man was handcuffed, officers noticed the man was in "medical distress", and an ambulance was called to the scene.
A source familiar with Trump's thinking told CNN that the President's goal with his tweet was to try to force Cooper to define what the rules of the road will be for the convention, and underscored that Trump does not want to pull out of North Carolina.
After he refuses, she then approaches the man against his will and threatens to call the police, noting that she will specifically " tell them there's an African-American man threatening my life". Cooper has spoken to several news outlets and apologized for her behavior; those apologies, particularly when taken together with the video, tend to confirm that her reporting of the incident was false.
Vast hordes of locusts have overrun no less than 5 states in India , exhibiting no indicators of slowing down and including insult to harm as the nation grapples with the dual evils of a pandemic and the aftermath of a super-cyclone. The farmers were taken unaware as it took place after decades. "The situation is all the more alarming as it comes at a time when the affected states are already reeling under Covid-19 and the ongoing heatwave", says Anshu Sharma of Sustainable Environment ...
After updating the reports on Sunday, Brazil has 363,211 confirmed cases , propelling it to the second-highest number of cases in the world after the United States. O'Brien, during an interview with CBS' "Face the Nation", said White House officials "hope that will be temporary". "I don't want people to come here and infect our people".
Both countries have denied the allegations. Senior administration officials said the pullout will formally take place in six months, based on the treaty's withdrawal terms. "A Trump nuclear test would cross a line no nation thought the United States would ever cross again, and is threatening the health and safety of all people".