So Trump is off the golf course now, where he spent the morning working off some of the rage that fueled his bizarre weekend of garbled tweets. But not all of that anger was left on the green. You can see he came off the links still stewing about Russia, Russia, Russia. xObama was President up to, and beyond, the 2016 Election. So why didnÃ¢Â€Â™t he do something about Russian meddling?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 19, 2018 About that. Let’s go back to September 2016, when President Obama went to congressional leadership asking for a "show of solidarity and bipartisan unity" in publicly condemning Russia for interference. Remember what happened? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell refused to sign on. He blocked that condemnation of Russia. The White House wasn’t wil
As the investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 election moves forward, President Donald Trump and his allies have tried recently to recast the FBI as politicized and inherently biased against Trump. But historians and longtime chroniclers of federal law enforcement agencies say Trump’s narcissistic declaration of an anti-Republican rogue operation working to bring him down overlooks the fact that the FBI has a long history of political entanglements, accusations of bias, and distrust of its activities by groups and individuals targeted for investigation. What’s different — and alarming — is that Trump is using his executive powers and bullying tweets to cast the bureau as a left-leaning agency that’s unfairly coming after him. The threat p
Cyril Ramaphosa Mike Hutchings / AFP / Getty Images Cyril Ramaphosa has been declared as the new president of South Africa, a day after Jacob Zuma resigned.He became president after he was the only individual to be nominated in the South African parliament, where his African National Congress (ANC) party has a large majority.Ramaphosa, a former businessman who has been Zuma's deputy since 2016, was in December elected to replace Zuma as the president of the ANC, which has been the ruling party of South Africa since 1994.Zuma announced his resignation in a televised speech Wednesday, finally succumbing to pressure from within his own party to step down following years of corruption allegations, which the former president denied. ANC supporters of Ra...
Jacob Zuma has quit as President of South Africa, finally succumbing to a slew of corruption scandals that have drained support from his ruling African National Congress party. “No life should be lost in my name and also the ANC should never be divided in my name,” he said during a nationally televised political address Wednesday. “I have therefore come to the decision to resign as President of the republic with immediate effect.” The announcement came after the ANC took the extraordinary step of calling for a no-confidence vote in the leader on Wednesday, a day after it publicly demanded his resignation. Party officials on Tuesday decided to issue a “recall” notice after failing privately to convince Zuma that he should step aside. After his resignation
A new PPP poll found that more voters want to impeach Trump than keep him in office, and a majority of voters wish that Barack Obama was still the president. According to PPP, “Only 42% of voters think he’s honest to 53% who say he isn’t, and by a 49-44 spread voters outright call him […] The post A New Poll Will Enrage Trump As Voters Want To Impeach Him And Wish Obama Was President appeared first on Politicus USA.
Embattled South African President Jacob Zuma is facing mounting pressure from within his own party to step down amid years of allegations of corruption. The ruling political party of South Africa has finally asked its president to resign, potentially breaking weeks of deadlock. Known as the “teflon president,” the 75-year-old Jacob Zuma was first elected in 2009. Sumaya Hisham / Reuters Zuma’s future as president plunged into uncertainty when mounting tensions from various opposition parties prompted him to postpone his State of the Nation speech last week. It was the first time a president has had to make such a move since former President Nelson Mandela’s inaugural speech in 1994. Wikus De Wet / AFP / Getty I
Mo Salah has been compared to arguably the greatest sportsman of all time, Roger Federer!The post Mo Salah brilliantly compared to Roger Federer by ex-Basel president appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
In a preview for the latest episode of Celebrity Big Brother, former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman said that Vice President Mike Pence would make an even more terrifying president than Donald Trump. “Can I just say this? As bad as y’all think Trump is, you would be worried about Pence,” she said, surrounded by […] The post Omarosa Says We’d Beg To Have Trump Back If Mike Pence Became President appeared first on Politicus USA.
The United States “has expressed its willingness to start dialogue with the North,” said a spokesman for President Moon Jae-in, who met with Vice President Mike Pence last week.
When Carolina Herrera moved to Miami from Colombia, she hoped to use her law degree to get a job at a law firm. Instead, her first job was an assistant in the construction department at Lennar. “Once I started seeing the company, what we build, our customers and the product, I completely fell in love,” Ms. Herrera said, “and here I am.” Today, Ms. Herrera is director of land operations at Lennar and the 2018 president of the South Florida’s Builders Association. Through the Builders Association, Ms. Herrera works to make Miami livable for all potential homebuyers. “We assist with advocacy to help the industry … and the city overall,” she said. Miami Today reporter Gabi Maspons interviewed Ms. Herrera at the Lennar offices in Doral. The interview was recorded by Jahmoukie Dayle, and can