It's become commonplace enough in the past two years that it no longer gets much notice. But it's worth remembering that no other president in decades publicly threatened "retribution" against a television network because it satirized him.
“I don’t care. I believe Putin,” Pres Trump allegedly said, rejecting U.S. intelligence regarding North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile capability. McCabe says he heard this from an FBI official who was at the meeting with POTUS. https://t.co/9zmoxrYNjm
“I believe I was fired because I opened a case against the President of the United States,” says McCabe, who lost his job just a day before he would have been able to collect his full pension. He is considering suing the government over this. https://t.co/9oNEXZi0GR
ANDREW MCCABE: Intelligence officials in the briefing responded that that was not consistent with any of the intelligence our government possesses to which the president replied, "I don't care. I believe Putin."
Laila Haidari's popular cafe, where men and women dine freely together, finances her drug treatment center. Her new cause: fighting a peace deal with the Taliban. "I’m not going to sit across from the Taliban wearing hijab begging for my rights," she said. https://t.co/hFj8FUUH0k
OBVIOUSLY they’re not making it only about Brexit. Firstly because it isn’t, second because most MPs privately think the game is up for stopping Brexit, and third, not a good idea to try to launch a new political movement on a single issue that voters are sick of.
Not a great start for the Independent Group. These seven stayed in Labour Party when it elected an IRA/terrorist sympathiser as its leader. They only left when it became clear Corbyn wasn’t going to overturn the largest democratic vote in British history.
@niccijsmith Thing is, Beijing only started insisting these perps get sent to the mainland after Tsai’s election so it seems fairly clear it’s about politics not because they suddenly wanted justice for grannies who lost their pensions