Presidential alerts we really hope Trump wont send

October 8, 2018

Move over Twitter, President Trump now has the power to send every phone in the land a simultaneous message — thanks to the new “presidential alert”, tested by FEMA yesterday. What’s it for? The idea is to enable the president of the United States to warn the nation of major threats — such as a natural disaster or terrorist attack. FEMA did already have the power to mass text US phones,…

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Kavanaugh Once Questioned Supreme Court’s Nixon Tapes Ruling

August 10, 2018

U.S. Supreme court of the united states nominee Brett Kavanaugh formerly questioned the correctness of the 1974 high court decision that forced then-President Richard Nixon to turn over secret White House tape recordings and led to his resignation. Kavanaugh’s comments came in a solicitor roundtable sponsored by The Washington Lawyer nearly two decades ago, and published in the January/ February 1999 publication of the magazine. ” Maybe Nixon was wrongly…

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Putins Soccer Ball for Trump Had Transmitter Chip, Logo Indicates

July 30, 2018

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s gift of a soccer ball to U.S. President tweeted,” I’d check the soccer ball for listening devices and never allow it in the White House .” It turns out they weren’t completely wrong. Tags on the ball indicate that it contained a chip with a tiny antenna that transmits to nearby phones. But rather than a snoop machine, the chip is an advertised aspect of the…

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Trump, Juncker Tout Deal Pulling Back From U.S.-EU Trade War

July 27, 2018

President Donald Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed to suspend brand-new tariffs while negotiating over trade, pulling the U.S. and Europe back from the edge of a transatlantic commerce war. The presidents pledged to expand European imports of U.S. liquefied natural gas and soybeans and both swore to lower industrial tariffs, omitting vehicles. The U.S. and European union will” hold back on other tariffs “‘ while mediations proceed,…

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Five Killed, Others Wounded inMaryland Newspaper Shooting

July 3, 2018

Annapolis, Md.( AP) — A humankind armed with smoking grenades and a shotgun attacked reporters at a newspaper in Maryland’s capital Thursday, killing five people before police speedily stormed the building and detained him, police and witnesses said. Police said the suspect was a white man in his late 30 s whose shotgun rampage at The Capital Gazette followed social media threats directed at the newspaper. A law enforcement official…

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Mystery CIA Officer Thrust Into Spotlight Ahead of Korea Summit

June 12, 2018

The lightning finesse between the U.S. and North koreans before next week’s historic elevation has thrust a little-known CIA officer into an uncomfortably public role as a key intermediary in talks between the two adversaries. After times working on North Korea at the Central Intelligence Agency, Andrew Kim has been cast into the spotlight accompanying Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in key sessions with Pyongyang officials. He took its participation…

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White House Cuts Critical Cybersecurity Role as Threats Loom

June 2, 2018

A little over a month ago, the White House forced out Tom Bossert, its cybersecurity czar. A week afterwards, cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce said he would depart as well. And now, rather than replace either, the Trump administration will do without anyone at the helm of its cybersecurity policy. It couldn’t have picked a worse time. The news that the newly appointed national protection consultant John Bolton has decided to…

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Flight Records Illuminate Mystery of Trumps Moscow Nights

May 13, 2018

President denied overnight Miss Universe stay, Comey memorandas mention Jet property on a Friday, left pre-dawn Sunday after pageant Donald Trump twice gave James Comey an alibi for why a salacious report about the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow couldn’t be true: He never even spent the darknes in Russia during that trip-up, Trump told the former FBI director, according to Comey’s memos about the conversations. Yet the broad…

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Trump Launches Tweetstorm About Slippery James Comey

April 28, 2018

Intensity ramps up ahead of Comey’s ABC News interview, journal Comey says his volume on leadership discusses three presidents in the book as a storyteller, dumb and rude, and he likens a number of aspects of Trump’s behavior to that of a Mafia boss. The thought of having dinner alone with Trump at the White House shaped Comey” deeply uncomfortable ,” he writes, because he feared that the president wanted…

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Stormy Daniels Sues Trump Lawyer as White House Denies Affair

April 19, 2018

Daniels accuses Michael Cohen of defamation, suggesting she lied Trump strongly denies underlying allegations, spokesman says Donald Trump’s personal lawyer as a defendant in her litigation against the president, another crease in the legal morass arising as a result of her alleged liaison with Trump in 2006 and a subsequent agreement not to discuss the relationship. Daniels, an adult actress whose real epithet is Stephanie Clifford, claimed on Monday that…

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Trump Says Trade Wars Aren’t So Bad

March 27, 2018

President Donald Trump repetition his commitment to slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum, rejecting very concerned about a global commerce struggle and telling the U.S. suffering from poor trading conditions with other nations, including those in the European Union. Just hours later, White House economic consultant Gary Cohn, who had tried in vain to head off the tariffs, announced his abdication. The president’s fresh praise of customs tariffs on Tuesday…

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Trump Aims Directly at Mueller in Ramped-Up Criticism of Probe

March 26, 2018

Firing of FBI’s McCabe promptings chairperson to attack the members of the bureau McCabe may have evidence that could prolong Mueller’s probe Your Guide to Understanding the Trump-Russia Saga: QuickTake Now that McCabe has lost his chore and perhaps a significant parcel of retirement pensions accrued in more than two decades with the FBI, he has little reason not to express their views — starting with the lengthy proclamation Friday…

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Kelly Is Said to Explore Moving McMaster Back to Military Role

March 5, 2018

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly recently asked the Pentagon about an opportunity for a potential military position outside the White House for National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, an legion lieutenant general, according to a White House official, fueling speculation that McMaster will soon leave its most recent position. The Defense Department is looking for an opening for him, with an eye toward a command in which he would…

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Trump Asks for Democratic Memo Re-Do After Blocking Release

February 25, 2018

President Donald Trump protected his decision not to release the Democratic rebuttal of a Republican memo that alleged bias and misconduct by the FBI and Justice Department early in their investigation of Russian election interference, saying on Twitter that official documents was ” very political .” ” The Democrat transmitted a very political and long response memoranda which they knew, because of generators and methods( and more ), would have…

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Trump Allies Covered Up Affair With Ex-Playboy Model, Report Says

February 25, 2018

storyby one of the first columnists to report on the sexual-abuse accusations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. Karen McDougal stopped handwritten mentions about the affair, which she said started in 2006, when Trump taped an chapter of his reality demonstrate” The Apprentice” at the Playboy Mansion, Ronan Farrow reported in a New Yorker article published Friday. She reportedly was paid $150,000 by National Enquirer publisher American Media, Inc . for…

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Trump Proposes to Cut Medicare and Spend Big on Wall, Defense

February 20, 2018

President infrastructure recommendation the administration any intention to unveil alongside the coming fiscal year 2019 fund, as well as new regulatory cuts. ” This will be a big week for Infrastructure ,” Trump said in a Twitter message Monday.” After so stupidly investing$ 7 trillion in the Middle East, it is now time to start investing in OUR Country !” Monday’s document will outline proposed expend improvements the concerned authorities…

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Senator Sees End of Trump’s Presidency If He Fires Mueller

February 17, 2018

Donald Trump’s presidency would “end” if he followed through on efforts to fire Robert Mueller, the special lawyer resulting the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election, said Senator Lindsey Graham. The South Carolina Republican spoke on ABC’s” This Week ,” periods after a New York Times report that Trump had ordered Mueller’s firing in June but drew back from the brink after the White House counsel threatened…

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Bannons Olive Branch Too Late for Angry Trump

January 21, 2018

Stephen Bannon’s attempt to make amends for his comments trashing Donald Trump’s family did little to tamp down the president’s anger at his former manager strategist, as aides describe the president challenging a stark select from supporters of both men: you’re either with Bannon, or with me. Trump’s aide-de-camps are tracking who came out with full-throated criticism of Bannon over the weekend, and they put out the word that the…

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Trump Allies Flood Airwaves to Defend the President

January 16, 2018

Donald Trump’s allies turned out in force to defend the president from declarations in a brand-new journal that he’s seen by aides and confidants as unfit for agency, with CIA Director Mike Pompeo saying he’s found the president “engaged.” Trump is an” avid consumer” of the CIA’s daily intellect briefing, Pompeo said on “Fox News Sunday,” his first appearance on a Sunday political talk show since August. ” We talk…

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