President Trump visited and helped hand out food to Coast Guardsmen in Riviera Beach, Florida on Thanksgiving.
Joined by first lady Melania Trump, the president congratulated service members on their rescue efforts in Texas after Hurricane Harvey.
He said that the country is doing well, citing record stock numbers and rising employment.
"It's nice that you're working for something that's really starting to work," the president told the troops.
As he handed out snacks, he joked that he would "be in trouble" in an arm-wrestling contest with one particularly in-shape Guardsman.
"Could I beat him in an arm-wrestling contest? ... I think I'd be in trouble," he joked as he shook hands.
The president also spoke with service members in Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, and aboard the U.S.S. Monterey on Thanksgiving.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta recounted on CNN's "Twitter & Trump" special Tuesday nigh how his Wikipedia page was vandalized after President Donald Trump called him "fake news."
"The President of the United States called me fake news and on the day he called me fake news, somebody went on my Wikipedia page and changed my Wikipedia page to say that I had died that day, that I had died on January 11, 2017," Acosta said.
"Really," host Bill Weir flatly replied.
"That had to be taken down. I turned off my Twitter notifications because it became sort of this open sewer of hatred and contempt," Acosta said.
"I didn't choose for that to happen," Acosta continued. "But here's the question, Bill. What do we do about this? If the president calls us fake news do we just take it? Do we not say anything?"
Two-time failed presidential candidate Hilary Clinton admitted in a "Hugh Hewitt Show" interview that she takes "responsibility" for her campaign attacking New York Times reporters over their coverage of the controversy surrounding her use of a private email server.
Clinton discussed in the interview, released Wednesday, various challenges she faced on the campaign trail last year.
Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt said Clinton's staff was very protective of her during the campaign and mentioned how he regretted that her staff wouldn't let her on his show. He said they could have discussed an array of pertinent issues ranging from the nuclear triad to Burma and the Rohingya people.
He noted a Washington Post piece from April that reported her team went to "beatdown with clubs" New York Times reporters Michael Schmidt and Matt Apuzzo when they wrote a piece in July 2015 about her use, while serving as secretary of state, of a private email server.
"They really just shattered those guys’ reputations, forced them backwards, and unapologetically so," Hewitt said. "Did they protect you too much? And did they hit back too hard at legitimate critics and questions?"
"Well, let me answer that this way, Hugh. I think, as I say about the book, I did think that I had to be careful in public, and probably I did have my guard up too much. You know, those days are over. I am trying to be as candid and open as I can be," Clinton responded.
She remarked on the importance of her being candid about what happened on the campaign trail and said she wants to be part of the debate if Americans can have "reason-based discussions" about the issues again.
"So I will take responsibility, because clearly, it is challenging when the press–and not just the press on the right, but the press in general–decide that my emails are the most important story of the campaign," Clinton said. "And that clearly was just pounded day after day after day. And, you know, I take responsibility for the mistakes I made, but it was … a pretty overblown scandal as far as scandals go."
Former acting Democratic National Committee chairwoman Donna Brazile voiced her agreement Tuesday with Hillary Clinton’s judgment that President Donald Trump was not legitimately elected in 2016.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews said it was "confounding" that Clinton would call Trump’s election illegitimate, but Brazile said Clinton is right to draw attention to Russian interference. Matthews pushed her to say whether she actually agrees with Clinton, and Brazile continued to express doubts about the election.
"Donald Trump cracked the blue wall," she said. "He was able to win votes in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, but, yes, I do believe Secretary Clinton is making a very important point. The role of social media, this coordination between WikiLeaks and possibly the Trump campaign—we need to get to the bottom of it."
Matthews pressed her to say whether she agreed with Clinton, and Brazile answered in the affirmative.
"My personal view is that it was not a legitimate election," Brazile said.
Matthews expressed shock and asked if that meant the election does not count. Brazile answered by asserting the theory that George W. Bush’s election over Al Gore was rigged by the Supreme Court.
"Chris, remember, I [was] the campaign manager of Al Gore in 2000, where, as you well know, the Supreme Court decided," Brazile said, referring to the Court’s decision on the Florida recount. "This election will always have an asterisk by it, and that's why I think Donald Trump should take steps as president to clean up our system so that no more foreign governments, no foreign meddling occur in the future."
Matthews pushed back against the assertion of illegitimacy by saying that is a third-world term and Clinton should never have used it. Brazile replied that she is not interested in semantics but in the "headwind" Clinton faced.
"I agree on that point, but you're arguing semantics when I want to argue that there was some big issues, big problems, and she faced a significant headwind in 2016," Brazile said. "I think what she means when she talks about legitimacy, she's talking about the foreign interference and meddling and what I describe in my book, Hacks."
Brazile’s book made waves for its accusation that Clinton had control over the DNC that helped her win a difficult primary against Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), even as Brazile backtracked about whether the primary was "rigged."
ike many celebrities on Thursday, Uma Thurman wished her fans a happy Thanksgiving on social media. But the Kill Bill star also used the post to send a strong message to Harvey Weinstein and his “wicked conspirators.”
The Oscar-nominated actress, who starred in the Weinstein-produced films Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill, had previously said she needed to wait to “feel less angry” before commenting on the ever-growing list of sexual misconduct accusations leveled at the disgraced mogul. And now, she has sent a very Bride-like message his way.
“I am grateful today, to be alive, for all those I love, and for all those who have the courage to stand up for others,” she wrote Thursday on Instagram alongside a picture of herself in Kill Bill. “I said I was angry recently, and I have a few reasons, #metoo, in case you couldn’t tell by the look on my face. I feel it’s important to take your time, be fair, be exact, so… Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey, and all your wicked conspirators – I’m glad it’s going slowly – You don’t deserve a bullet) -stay tuned Uma Thurman.”
Militants armed with guns and explosives stormed a crowded mosque in Egypt’s restive northern Sinai on Friday, killing at least 235 people and wounding 109 others in the deadliest attack in the country in recent memory.
The assault targeted people gathered for Friday prayers at a mosque frequented by Sufi Muslims near the coastal town of El-Arish. Attacks on mosques are rare in Egypt, where the majority of the 95 million population is Muslim. Sufi Islam is a mystical interpretation of the religion and its followers are considered heretics by jihadist movements such as Islamic State.
A piece in GQ Magazine calls on readers to make Thanksgiving Day "hell" for any relatives who support President Donald Trump.
"It’s time to ruin your Trump-supporting family’s Thanksgiving—for America!" Joe Berkowitz wrote.
"If you’re headed home to a household that still thinks a sex-offending game show host in rapid cognitive decline was the best choice for a president, it is your civic duty to filibuster Thanksgiving," he argued.
He offered several suggestions for how to ruin Thanksgiving dinner, including not showing up, showing up and being a jerk and going "scorched earth."
Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono (Hawaii) on Tuesday called for people to "move forward" when asked on MSNBC's "Meet the Press Daily" about whether former President Bill Clinton should have resigned.
Host Katy Tur asked Hirono about Clinton the two of them had talked extensively about the problems of sexual harassment and even assault. Hirono spoke strongly about the importance of such matters but downplayed the question of whether Clinton should have resigned over his own scandals.
"Really quickly, do you agree with your colleague, Senator [Kirsten] Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) that if this happened today with Bill Clinton, with his accusers, that he should have resigned back then?" Tur asked.
"Well the whole question of resignation, once again, in my view, he went through an impeachment process as a result of his actions," Hirono replied.
"I certainly do not defend his indefensible actions. But let's move forward," Hirono continued. "You know, talking about Bill Clinton should not be a shield to the rest of us talking about what we are going to do about this going forward."
She went on to say that people should focus on how we are going to "change our culture" with regards to sexual harassment.
Earlier in the interview, Hirono talked of Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) resigning "because what's really at the bottom of this whole issue of sexual harassment is that it is pervasive in our culture."
"I hope that we're reaching some kind of tipping point in our country that this kind of behavior not only is acknowledged but it comes to an end," Hirono said. "And that we prosecute the people who need to be prosecuted so they are held accountable."
President Trump: We totally support you. In fact, we love you. We really do. We love you. And this is a Thanksgiving you won’t forget. You’re in a very different part of the world that you’re used to but boy are you doing a job there. And thank God for you. We also want to give thanks to our loved ones. Our amazing military families. I know they miss you and they miss you so deeply and badly there… And again, I’m gonna now, I’m surrounded by reporters and press and I’m going to ask them to leave and we’re going to have very confidential personal conversations. We’re set up for that.
Another Democrat bites the Dust. Liberals and Democrats caught doing what they do best in Sexual harasser Democrat Senator Al Franken's home State of Minnesota.
Minnesota Democrat State Senator Dan Schoen has been critical of President Trump and even accused him of being a sexual harasser but now Schoen is resigning over harassment accusations against him.
STERN: “He evidently, is legendary. And he did admit that he was very large. Are you large as well?
FRANKEN: “I really don’t know in comparison to other guys because I never really…”
STERN: “That’s a lie. You don’t look at other guys? Let me see yours.”
FRANKEN: “I have a medical condition and I wasn’t allowed to go in the shower but… “
STERN: “What kind of medical condition would prohibit you…[overtalk]
FRANKEN: “I don’t want to go into it. But I recently saw a porno movie, and I noticed how small the other guy’s penis is.”
STERN: “Are you serious you couldn’t get into the shower because of a medical condition [overtalk]
DELL-ABATE: “You know I was talking to Al earlier and he was telling me and I was asking him if he did Kathie and Regis and he’s actually told me he co-hosted with Kathie.”
STERN: “Oh my God, that had to be quite the experience.”
DELL-ABATE: “He said he kissed her and grabbed her ass.”
STERN: “Is she one of the biggest phonies on the planet? Seriously, how do you stomach.. you’re a satirist. Be honest. She is such a phony. How do you stomach that?”
FRANKEN: “Well, I… don’t know that. I wouldn’t say that she’s such a phony.
STERN: “Are you afraid to say that?”
FRANKEN: “No, I’m not afraid.”
STERN: “Are you afraid, you won’t will never be asked.”
STERN: “Big Black, you’re on the air.”
BIG BLACK [caller]: “ …. what happened was, Mike Walker did a story about six months ago, he said Al was going to Kathie Lee’s show — she did get mad — she said, never have Al back on — she got mad that he grabbed her ass and everything — “
STERN: “Did you grab Kathie Lee’s ass?”
FRANKEN: “She grabbed my ass, I think he reported that and he was wrong…”
STERN: “And so she’s not mad at you.”
BIG BLACK [caller]: “After the show. It was a funny show.”
STERN: “Oh, after the show.”
FRANKEN: “You saw the show?”
BIG BLACK [caller]: “I saw it.”
STERN: “And you liked it.”
BIG BLACK [caller]: “Yeah. But I thought she was mad though. Because she wasn’t really handling the humor very well.”
STERN: “When you grabbed Kathie Lee’s ass, did your finger find a good spot? I had to word it that way, I’m sorry.”
FRANKEN: “I did not.”
BIG BLACK [caller]: “She was very uncomfortable in that show though.”
STERN: “You did not find a sweet spot. You didn’t grab her ass.”
[grunting. overtalk. laughing]
FRANKEN: “I certainly did not touch her in any way to arouse her or gratify her.”
BIG BLACK [caller]: “You should get Mike Walker on the phone because he — “
STERN: “Oh, whatever. I got Al here, I’ll take his word for it. Please — ”
QUIVERS: “Well, Al has already questioned the reliability — “
FRANKEN: “ The veracity — “
STERN: “The veracity of the story. Well, this has been fascinating.”
STERN: “Really, your career has been unbelievable and now we’ve learned everything about you.”
Congressman Gregory Meeks is calling on colleague John Conyers to step down from his post as ranking member on the House Judiciary Committee.
With reports in the past few days about allegations of sexual harassment leveled against the Democrat, Conyers is now the subject of a House Ethics Committee investigation.
On CNN Wednesday morning, Meeks said that “no one is exempt from bad behavior.”
“I really think that probably the appropriate thing right now,” he continued, “is that he should step down as the ranking member of the Judiciary Committee and be subject to this ethics investigation.”
It's being reported that ESPN will layoff more employees after Thanksgiving. Whether they know it or not, liberalism has killed ESPN. People tune to ESPN to hear about sports not politics from their liberal sportscasters. Here is a compilation of all the times ESPN turned to liberal politics which has led them to complete failure.
Court filings reveal both the DNC and Russian interests paid Fusion GPS to run anti-Trump stories through the mainstream media.
One America’s Kristian Rouz has more.
People praised hip-hop legend Eminem for his expletive laden, sophisticated name-calling, freestyle rant about the Trump administration and life in America. Filmed in a carpark with Marshall Mathers in the foreground, he gave 'props' to Obama, but criticised his successor, before referencing the 'take a knee' protests, tensions between the US and North Korea, the plan to build a wall along the border with Mexico and the treatment of different races.
It's was intense to say the least and considering the US President is prone to calling out his critics on social media - he's been completely silent on the freestyle diss. And that has Eminem pissed.
Speaking to Shade 45 on Sirius XM, the 45-year-old said: "I was and am still extremely angry. I can't stand that motherfucker."
He added: "I feel like he's not paying attention to me. I was kinda waiting for him to say something, and for some reason, he didn't say anything."
To be fair, it would be pretty annoying busting out some absolute fire lyrics to get no response from the target of those words.
He said to the camera: "Any fan of mine who's a supporter of his I'm drawing in the sand a line, you're either for or against, and if you can't decide who you like more in your spilt, or who you should stand besides, I'll do it for you with this... Fuck you."
You constantly hear new stories about how Trump supporters are supposedly so violent and hateful and yet every time you open up the Internet your inundated with the exact opposite, liberals proving to be the violent and hateful ones.
Here is another example of that, this young girl was super excited to attend a Donald Trump rally when he was running for president. Now, this young girl and her family are receiving death threats from liberals who were outraged the young girl dare attend that rally, or even be excited to see the now president.
Some are even calling for the parents to be thrown in prison for child abuse!
This is yet another example of how liberals are simply bat shit crazy and want to stop people from doing anything that goes against their will. The reason they call other people fascist, pure projection, the reason they call other people Nazis in Hitler, pure projection, facts and evidence speak for themselves.
Rose asked Spacey about his “bromance” with the 42nd president. Spacey, who has previously described his relationship with Clinton as a close friendship, explained why he thinks they are good friends.
“Well, we’ve known each other a long time. We’ve had a lot of different experiences over the years,” Spacey said. “Both in his first and second terms, I did a great number of things for him either at the White House or for the Democratic Party, hosted a lot of events, did a lot of things privately, did a lot of things on the campaign.”
Spacey said that he never doubted Clinton and was always there for him.
Officials at Parkway Central High School said a student has confessed to writing a racial slur and the phrase ‘White Lives Matter’ on a mirror inside a campus bathroom.
In an email to the 'PCH Community,' Principal Timothy McCarthy said the student's actions violated the school discipline code and that the guilty party would be punished. The Parkway School District would only identify the student as "non-white," but stressed that "does not diminish the hurt it caused or the negative impact it has had on our community."
School officials did not disclose the student's motive for the graffiti.
You can read a Principal McCarthy's letter in its entirety below:
This email is a follow up to last week’s communication regarding a racially charged message written on a bathroom mirror at school (I shared this message, as well, with students and staff at the end of Academic Lab today via the PA). Our investigation into this incident led to a Central High student admitting to writing the message. The actions of this student are a violation of our discipline code and the student will be held accountable within the parameters of the district’s discipline policy.
In the days and weeks ahead, we will continue our work of supporting the PCH community, especially our students. This incident caused significant harm to and within our school community by provoking feelings of hurt and distrust. The use of the N-word, in the context of the message on the bathroom mirror, provoked feelings of hate, not love. As I stated last week, actions and speech which degrade an individual’s human dignity have no place in school; they have no place at Central High. As we move forward, our efforts will be focused on repairing the harm we have experienced while deepening our sense of community. Understanding, respect and love will continue to be our guideposts. These are the values inherent in any successful and healthy school community; I believe these are the values we share within the PCH community.
As I face challenging situations such as this, I become increasingly present to aspects of my life which bring me strength: the love of family, my conviction that living in community is an answer not a problem, and my belief in the uplifting power of the human spirit. With the Thanksgiving break upon us, I will continue to reflect on the many blessings in my life; serving the PCH community is high on that list. For each of you, I wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope the break affords you the opportunity “to be with those who help your being.” Thank you for your ongoing patience and support. As always, please reach out to me with questions or concerns.
The slur was discovered on the bathroom mirror on Wednesday, November 15. It was not immediately known if the illicit graffiti was drawn in a boys or girls restroom.
Elizabeth Warren: “So, look, I was just enormously disappointed about this. I knew Senator Franken long before he was Senator Franken. These allegations are serious and women have a right to be heard and listened to on this. Al’s going to be subjected to a hearing in the United States Senate. We’ve had for a long time now a bipartisan Ethics Committee that meets on a regular basis and he’s going to go in and answer… This is a moment in America, as I see it. The question is whether this is a big moment where there’s a big flash and nothing really changes. Or is this a moment where there’s real change?
NBC host Megyn Kelly got a round of applause at an inopportune time Tuesday when her audience clapped for a story she told of sending a gift to Charlie Rose even though she was angry with him.
Kelly addressed the sexual harassment allegations against Rose, the longtime television journalist, at the outset of "Megyn Kelly Today." Rose has been suspended by CBS, PBS and Bloomberg after the Washington Post reported on eight women who accused him of rampant sexual misconduct between the early 1990s and 2011.
Kelly then told her audience about a personal exchange she had with Rose, who she called a friend, that she called indicative of the "underlying dynamic" between men and women in the workplace.
Kelly said she asked Rose to emcee her first book event for Settle For More last year and found it upsetting because of Rose's questioning about her sexual harassment allegations against late Fox News chief Roger Ailes.
"It was supposed to be a celebratory event, discussing the full scope of the book, which is about my life and my career and the lessons learned. Instead, the exchange felt to me like a cross-examination focused on one issue, the sexual harassment allegations against Roger Ailes," Kelly said, with a hint of anger. "Allegations Ailes denied, but which I know are true because I lived it. I felt defensive in the exchange with Charlie and wound up angry about how he handled my book event."
The kicker? Kelly said, "You know what I did? I sent him a bottle of wine and a thank-you note."
It was supposed to be the somewhat shameful end of a story of acting subservient to a male colleague, but the audience applauded, and Kelly seemed miffed.
"No, no," she said. "But I'm making a different point … The reason I sent him the wine and the thank-you note is that I believed it was better to be nice."
Liberal comedian Chelsea Handler wants to see President Donald Trump "brought down" in handcuffs and believes "a lot of people want him to be in prison."
In a CNN special report on late-night comedy in the age of Trump, Handler blasted Trump as she typically does on her Netflix program. In the brief segment dedicated to Handler, CNN’s Brian Stelter asked about her "mission."
"Would you say you're on a mission to take him down?" Stelter asked.
"I would like to see him taken down, brought down to the ground, preferably in handcuffs," Handler said. "I want him to be in prison, I think a lot of people want him to be in prison."
This is not the first time that Handler has called for Trump or members of the White House to be imprisoned. In July, she also said she wanted to see him in prison.
The father of LiAngelo Ball, one of the UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting in China, appeared in a "interesting" and lengthy interview on Monday night where he attempted to explain why he did not thank President Donald Trump for helping his son avoid jail time in China.
Trump said he talked to Chinese President Xi during his trip to Asia to help LiAngelo, along with fellow UCLA freshman basketball players Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, after the trio was arrested Nov. 8 for shoplifting designer sunglasses.
LaVar Ball joined CNN’s Chris Cuomo to talk about his comments towards the president, and why he felt Trump did not deserve to be thanked for talking to Xi and ensuring the UCLA players returned home from China.
“You know, there is a member of Congress who has been supportive of women for many, many, many years,” Waters told the crowd at the Women’s Convention Sojourner Truth Luncheon in Detroit on October 28th.
“He is quiet, he is confident, he is powerful, but he has impeccable integrity on all of our issues. Give John Conyers a big round of applause!”
Charlie Rose’s CBS News career came to an unceremonious end Tuesday when the network fired him over allegations of sexual harassment.
Rose’s departure marks the downfall of one of television’s most venerable journalists and a major blow to CBS News, which enjoyed its greatest success ever in the morning thanks to “CBS This Morning,” which was built around Rose and his co-anchors Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell in 2012.
“CBS News terminates Charlie Rose following allegations of sexual misconduct. “There is absolutely nothing more important, in this or any organization, than ensuring a safe, professional workplace,” says CBS News President David Rhodes”
Clearly unabashed, an elderly congressman has been filmed reading Playboy magazine on a flight to Washington.
Maybe it was for research purposes but it must surely be a touch embarrassing for 81-year-old John Conyers, who is chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.
The headline of the story on one website, The Michigan View, refers to 'Mr Smut goes to Washington'.
The Detroit Democratic congressman was on a plane headed to the capital when a fellow passenger filmed him flicking through pages of the magazine.
The video and pictures were first posted on the Facebook page of the former Pulitzer Prize winner Charlie LeDuff.
Gazing over the August issue of Playboy, Mr Conyer lingered over an article titled 'La Chatte' by Maureen Gibbon.
Mr Conyers is currently the second-longest serving incumbent member of the House and in January 2009 he led the House Committee on the Judiciary's release called Reining In The Imperial Presidency: Lessons And Recommendations Relating To The Presidency of George W. Bush.
It was a 486-page report detailing alleged abuses of power that occurred during the Bush administration, and a comprehensive set of recommendations to prevent recurrence.
Mr Conyers introduced a bill to set up a 'truth commission' panel to investigate alleged policy abuses of the Bush administration.
Following the qualification of Morocco for the World Cup, celebrations by some 300 football fans of Moroccan origin in the spot of choice for sporting events, the steps of the stock exchange in the center of Brussels, turned into riots.
Disturbances were reported in the City centre, Place de la Bourse, venue of the Christmas market under construction. Police say several cars were set on fire and shops looted.
Some 22 police officers were injured and riot police with water cannon were needed to disperse the mob. Calm was restored two hours after the violence erupted.
Pure class was simply radiating from MSNBC hostess Kasie Hunt on Monday, when she said with a smile that the attack Kentucky Senator Rand Paul suffered is one of her favorite stories.
You’ll recall that Paul, a favorite of many Libertarians and Republicans, was attacked from behind by his neighbor, Rene Boucher, while the senator was working on his lawn. The attack resulted in five fractured ribs and a perforated lung.
According to Boucher’s lawyer, he attacked Paul because of a disagreement over a “landscaping dispute,” and went so far as to plead “not guilty” to the assault charge. However, Paul’s neighbors — and especially Paul — have cast doubts on Boucher’s claim, and the belief that the attack was politically motivated has been widely circulated. Boucher’s claim that it was over lawn care also seems suspect, seeing as how he could face serious time in prison should the attack have been the result of Paul’s decisions in his duties as a senator.
But despite the fact that Paul has been both physically attacked while doing yard work, and shot at while practicing baseball, MSNBC’s Hunt still finds this amusing enough for this to be her favorite story.
“New details today on the incident that left Senator Rand Paul with six broken ribs,” Hunt says. “This might be one of my favorite stories.”
This Canadian woman is absolutely furious after learning that liberals in her government are attempting to allow war hardened Isis fighters to return to Canada after fleeing the country to fight for the terrorist group.
The debate over what to do with Canadians who join ISIS, and fight with the so-called Islamic State is in the spotlight tonight. A British Government Minister says they should be killed. But is that morally right? David Akin delves into the moral dilemma.
SCHWEIZER: “Well, I have to say upfront, I have not met him. I don’t know him. But, what I understand by looking at legal documents involving this case. This guy was an insider’s insider. He was being paid by the Russian company $50,000 a month to serve as a lobbyist. And in the legal filings, what you find is his job was to basically carry the flag for this entity in Washington, D.C. And that job included setting up meetings with high ranking administration officials.
This would have been the Obama Administration. People on Capitol Hill. And other elite influence, you know, makers. So, he was working in a very, very high level. And what has leaked out seems to indicate he has got a lot of information that relates specifically to uranium one. So, it’s going to be very exciting and I think it’s important to point out, judge, also, remember, we already have a foreign government official saying that involving uranium one that he and his fellow government employees were extorted by the Clintons then senator Hillary Clinton.
This comes from the head of their atomic agency saying that Senator Clinton refused to meet with officials unless and until they granted uranium concessions to ended up giving more than $100 million to the Clinton Foundation. So we have got that testimony. We have got this new witness coming out. It’s going to get very interesting here in the weeks ahead.
A mother has named her baby daughter Angela Merkel Muhammed - after the German Chancellor let her family into the country to start a new life.
The little girl was born last week to a migrant couple who fled the war in Syria in a bid to settle in Europe.
Asia Faray decided to name her daughter in honour of the 63-year-old whose policies allowed them to move there in 2015.
The St. Franziskus Hospital in the western city of Muenster confirmed her first name is Angela, her middle name is Merkel, and last name is their family name of Muhammed.
But she's not the first new Angela Merkel - another baby was given the chancellor's name by a family seeking asylum in the city of Duisburg in 2015.
Exclusive details have emerged on the early morning attack against Border Patrol agents that left one agent dead and another hospitalized in serious condition on November, 19 2017. Breitbart Texas first broke the news of the death and injuries and now the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) says that their agents on the ground have stated that the agents were tracking a group of illegal aliens who then beat the agents with rocks until one was killed and the other hospitalized.
Border Patrol Agent Brandon Judd, also president of the NBPC, stated, “What we know is that Border Patrol Agent Rogilio Martinez appears to have been ambushed by a group of illegal aliens whom he was tracking. Our agents’ reports from the ground say that he was struck in the head multiple times with a rock or rocks.”
Agent Judd continued, “The other agent arrived on scene a short time later and was also ambushed and struck in the head with what is believed to have been a rock or rocks. These disgusting acts and complete disregard for human life need to stop immediately. Family members of slain Agent Martinez will never get to see him come home again all because we have failed to secure our borders from such criminals.”
Shortly after Breitbart Texas broke the news of the incident, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirmed that one Border Patrol agent was dead and another hospitalized in serious condition.