You never thought you'd hear a president saying something like this. "It's also about making your political system resilient enough against these types of threats".
Trump justified his decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate accord, saying there was a "tremendous" penalty for using the countrys rich in gas and coal and oil and that hurt American businesses. Getting rid of that actual malice standard, which (I think?) is what Trump is hinting at, would only be a way for politicians to shut down criticism of themselves.
"People briefed on the Oval Office conversation on immigration reform Thursday said Trump questioned why the US would accept more immigrants from Haiti and what he called 'shithole countries" in Africa. "We're getting more powerful by the month, by the day", Trump said. It's an important issue for us. In fact most of your energy or your electricity is produced by hydro. The online moniker "Guccifer 2.0" was given to the "individual" who leaked damaging Democratic Party emails ahead of the 2016 presidential election. As attorney Bradley Moss said on the Law&Crime Network on Friday, if there is evidence that Kushner worked with Russian Federation in using bots on social media to push pro-Trump messages, he could be in trouble, if he hid or lied about this when filling out his security clearance application.
Solberg said there is a special obligation for news organizations to guard against foreign meddling and to question the authenticity of the information they report.
US intelligence agencies assessed past year that Russian Federation had conducted a campaign targeting the election with the goal of hurting Clinton's chances of winning while boosting Trump. No collusion. When I watch you interviewing all the people leaving their committees, I mean, the Democrats are all running for office and they're trying to say this stuff.
International Olympic Committee to decide on N.Korea in 2018 Winter Games
It isn't clear which North Korean athletes will take advantage of wildcard entries reportedly under consideration by the IOC. On Jan 20, both sides will meet at the IOC's Lausanne headquarters to discuss details of their participation.
Solberg sat for the interview at the Norwegian ambassador's residence, shortly before heading to the White House for her visit with Trump. To this, she responded that it wasn't, and she was just talking with her family through the app.
"Yes, he has had some remarks in the election campaign that I didn't like", she said. "I was going to fire regardless of recommendation".
The conservative prime minister had said before the meeting that she'd put climate on the agenda in the bilateral talks.
"Frankly, it's an agreement that I have no problem with, but I had a problem with the agreement that they [the Obama administration, ed.] signed, because as usual they made a bad deal", he said. "It's quite a lot of countries, to be honest".
"They are our closest allies within North Atlantic Treaty Organisation". Yes, really. Apparently Trump was supposed to announce the sale of 52 F-35 fighter jets to Norway, but here we are. And as the top Democrat on the committee, she didn't need authorisation from Grassley to release it.
"Every single witness we've interviewed has been consistent on what they have testified to", he said.