The US president wrote on Twitter: "Just out report: 'United Kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of Radical Islamic terror.' Not good, we must keep america safe!"
Chris Baldridge was promised the hefty sum by the US President after his 22-year-old son Dillon was killed
Donald Trump has denied making insensitive comments to the grieving widow of a dead US soldier, claiming he has proof his reported comments have been ‘fabricated’. On Tuesday, Democrat representative Frederica Wilson told CNN she had listened to part of the US president’s call with the wife of La David Johnson on speaker phone while she was with the family in a car.
Green Beret Army Sergeant La David T. Johnson was killed while fighting against Boko Haram
Democrat representative Frederica Wilson said she listened in to part of the call on speaker phone.
A special adviser to the UN has launched into an extraordinary outburst against Donald Trump, calling him a ‘malignant narcissist, a sociopath and a racist’. Professor Jeffrey Sachs, an economist at Colombia University and special adviser to several UN secretary generals, made the comments on Radio 4’s Today Programme this morning. Speaking about The President, he told presenter Sarah Montague: ‘I believe on an individual level he is profoundly psychologically ill.
Donald Trump is speaking at a summit on Friday organised by a group that says homosexuality is ‘harmful’ and ‘unnatural’. The Voters Value Summit is held by the Family Research Council, a group that campaigns against same-sex marriage and LGBTQ rights, and is classified as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Family Research Council says that its mission is ‘to advance faith, family, and freedom in public policy and the culture from a Christian worldview’.
Donald Trump will visit the UK in early 2018, but it will be a 'working visit' rather than an official State Visit, it has been reported.
The U.S. has flown bomber jets over the Korean peninsula in an aggressive show of force against North Korea. The joint military exercise with South Korea saw two American B-1B combat bombers and two South Korean F-15K fighter jets carry out air-to-ground missiles drills off the Korean coast. The drill comes as tensions between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump reach crisis point, with war between the countries a ‘real possibility‘, according to a leading defence think tank.
Former US Labor Secretary Robert Reich has weighed in on the storm surrounding Harvey Weinstein, saying both he and US President Donald Trump are both “sexual harassers and predators”.
The one-time presidential hopeful said that the “whole world should be concerned” by Trump, who pulled off a shock win against he in the US election last year.
Former presidential adviser Jeremy Shapiro claimed the friendship between the two countries was “unrequited” - and was mocked when the cameras were turned off.
Ivana, who was married to Donald Trump between 1977 and 1992, said she had a direct line to the White House but did not want to "cause any kind of jealousy".
Halloween is on the horizon, and those looking to free themselves from the confines of "normal" costumes—the witch hats, the cat ears, the (very warm) fabric pumpkin suits—might be tempted to tiptoe into Trump's America for their costume this year. They absolutely should not. SEE ALSO: There's a Sexy Jon Snow costume because Halloween is coming Here's the thing about Trump-adjacent costumes: they are not funny. Much like allowing Sean Spicer a lighthearted appearance at the Emmys, building yourself a cardboard podium and being Spicer for Halloween trivializes the damage that he's done. Yes, Spicer was a mildly enjoyable SNL trope, but he also lied (and lied and lied and lied) for the Trump administration for months. Don't reward him by making him a fun, lovable character! This extends to Trump-era concepts, too. If you're tempted to dress as, say, "sexy fake news" this year, it might be worth remembering that Trump uses the term "fake news" to rail against the free press. If you aren't directly targeted by racist, homophobic, xenophobic, and otherwise derogatory media, it's also worth considering those who are. Would they think that costume is funny? Maybe. But that's not for you to decide. Please think twice before wearing the following costumes this Halloween: Any current or member of the Trump administration (Sally Yates is the exception here) Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell (why would you, anyway?) This dumbass "border patrol" costume While we're at it, anything related to the border wall Sexy "fake news" Anything related to repealing the Affordable Care Act Anything involving a Make America Great Again hat Trump himself, no matter how funny you think the mask is. Yes, yes, we know Halloween is supposed to be a scary holiday. If you want to scare people, step away from trivializing deportation and try to remember that Pennywise is super popular right now! Or just buy some cat ears. They'll be more comfortable than a big rubber mask anyway. WATCH: This kid dressed as Pennywise is pure nightmare fuel
On what was expected to be a quiet Friday morning last fall, the two U.S. presidential candidates were readying to square off in a Sunday night debate. Suddenly, the dizzying release of bombshell after bombshell over a 64-hour timespan would completely upend the entire weekend — and the American political landscape. Yahoo News offers firsthand accounts of these three pivotal days and paints a vivid picture of the behind-the-scenes drama that unfolded inside Trump Tower, the Clinton campaign, the Washington Post newsroom and the debate site in St. Louis.
Donald Trump told military leaders and reporters they could be enjoying “the calm before the storm” in a cryptic statement delivered at a White House dinner. The US President reportedly summoned reporters to a dinner with his highest-ranking military aides and their wives for a group photo, telling them: “You know what this represents?
President Donald Trump speaks during a briefing in the Cabinet Room of the White House. The winner of the Nobel Peace Prize called Donald Trump a moron two days before being awarded the prestigious accolade. Beatrice Fihn, the Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (Ican), tweeted the statement on 4 October.
Sheet1 Explore A firsthand account of the political drama that unfolded, Oct. 7-9, 2016, during the 2016 election, from the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape to the second presidential debate — and everything in between.
The reality star has just returned from a trip to Mexico City, where she provided aid for earthquake victims.