Monthly Archives: July, 2018

Dershowitz Says Trump Made Profound Error, Not Treasonable

Renowned attorney Alan Dershowitz believes President Donald Trump made a profound error during his press conference with Vladimir Putin, but added it is not treasonable. Continue reading →
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Trump: Russia Will ‘Help With North Korea’

Wednesday President Trump said that Russia would help with North Korea and offered an enthusiastic update on the U.S. process of negotiating with the antagonistic Asian nation over nuclear weapons. Continue reading →

Mueller seeks immunity, anonymity for 5 ‘potential witnesses’ in Manafort trial

Tuesday Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team requested that a court compel “five potential witnesses” to testify at one of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s upcoming trials in exchange for immunity, court records showed. Continue reading →

Bolton: ‘Silly’ to Demand Spies’ Extradition if We Can’t Get it Legally

President Donald Trump wants to be in a “position of strength” at his meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin — and won’t demand the extradition of 12 spies indicted for a hack attack on Democratic email servers, White House national security adviser John Bolton said Sunday. Continue reading →

Trump supporters turn out in London a day after protests

Thousands of Trump supporters and right-wing activists took to the nation’s capital on Saturday — a day after anti-Trump protesters had dominated the city. Although the displays of right-wing support were nowhere near as large as the enormous anti-Trump march that demanded the international media’s attention the day before, it was still a significant show of support for Trump from those eager to counter the claim that Trump had been unanimously rejected by Britons. Continue reading →

Huge iceberg threatens Greenland village

A huge iceberg has drifted close to a village in western Greenland, prompting a partial evacuation in case it splits and the resulting wave swamps homes. The iceberg is looming over houses on a promontory in the Innaarsuit village but is grounded and did not move overnight, local media say. Continue reading →

Rosenstein target of impeachment filing being prepared by House conservatives

A new report says Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is the target of an impeachment effort being undertaken by conservatives in the U.S. House of Representatives. U.S. Reps. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., and Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, both members of the House Freedom Caucus, are said to be leading the effort and could submit an impeachment filing in the next few days. Continue reading →

Trump Won’t Take Questions From ‘Fake News’ CNN

President Donald Trump announced he will not take questions from CNN. The president’s comments came during a Friday press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May. A video excerpt of Trump’s remarks about CNN was posted by Fox News on its Twitter account. Continue reading →

Trump: I didn’t criticise Theresa May to The Sun

President Donald Trump insisted he did not criticise Theresa May in the interview that dominated the build-up to the two leaders’ press conference. Mr Trump has sparked a backlash from UK politicians after telling The Sun the PM’s Brexit plan would “probably kill” a UK-US trade deal. Continue reading →

Trump admin says all eligible immigrant children reunited with families, but some still held for safety concerns

According to the Trump Administration, all eligible small children who were separated from their families under the “zero-tolerance” immigration policy have been reunited with their loved ones. Continue reading →