U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Monday that “all options are on the table” when it comes to North Korea, and warned the dictatorship not to “give us a reason” to fight.
Haley made the remarks in an interview with NBC’s Today show as she toured Jordan and Turkey in her first international tour, in which is she is focusing on the humanitarian response to the Syrian refugee crisis.
Following recent missile tests by North Korea, Haley was asked when it becomes time to try a new tactic with the rogue regime.
“We’re doing that now in terms of getting another [U.N.] resolution together, looking at sanctions and how we’re going to continue to force it because this is the same movie that keeps playing,” she said.
During Thursday’s Savage Nation monologue, Michael Savage gave President Trump a specific series of steps he should follow to solve his problems with leftists intent on “creating a false enemy called Russia.”
Although Savage speaks in his impassioned style, his advice comes across clearly — this isn’t an illegible scribble from the family doctor. In short, Savage suggests that Donald Trump go on the attack. Savage believes “the propaganda damage has been done.” But he also says, “I will not jump ship.”
Savage’s first piece of advice for President Trump is to fight back with his own investigations. He argues, “If I were Donald Trump, I would hire 100 aggressive lawyers, under a ‘Roy Cohn-like’ lawyer, and I would investigate all of those who Find Out More…
JERUSALEM — President Donald Trump on Monday told reporters here that he “never mentioned” Israel during a White House meeting two weeks ago with Russian officials.
He went on to accuse the news media of getting the story wrong. Trump was referring to a news making New York Timesreport quoting a “current and a former American official” claiming it was Israel that provided alleged classified intelligence purportedly disclosed by Trump to Russian officials during the recent meeting.
“Just so you understand, I never mentioned the word or the name ‘Israel,’” Trump told reporters here after making brief statements with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “Never mentioned it during the conversation [with the Russians].”
“They’re all saying I did, so you have another story wrong,” he said to Find Out More…
MSNBC’s Joy Reid said Saturday on “AM Joy” that President Donald Trump has an “affinity for all things Russia,” adding that he seems to “emulate Russian oligarchs.”
“One of the sort of things about Donald Trump that people learned when he ran for president is that he does have this long-standing kind of affinity for all things Russia,” Reid stated. “He’s done a lot of business there, his son bragged about a lot of their business coming from Russia, a lot of their condos were bought by either Russian LLCs or Russian humans, his $90 million sale of a house in Florida — but there is this sense in which he kind of seems to at least Find Out More…
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Speaker Paul Ryan is trying out the Trump regime’s favorite defense against damning news—focus on the leaker rather than on the content. In this case, it’s the release of a transcript with a slip of the tongue from Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy about Donald Trump being on Vladimir Putin’s Find Out More…
Shortly after Donald Trump was elected president last November, many of the billionaire’s critics tried to convince themselves that he would finally tone down his divisive rhetoric and curtail the unhinged behavior now that he was actually going to be president of the United States. It was Find Out More…
Officials representing Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad branded the targeted U.S. airstrikes on a pro-government militia that had reportedly violated a “de-confliction zone” a “massacre” and “government terrorism” Friday, while Assad’s patron Russia called the American measure “unacceptable.”
“We discussed the massacre that the U.S. aggressor committed yesterday in our country,” Syrian government negotiator Bashar al-Ja’afari said, referring to a conversation with United Nations mediator Staffan de Mistura and referring to the U.S. action as “government terrorism.”
“At every meeting, we would like to remind the attendees that state terrorism is being practiced against our country,” al-Ja’afari alleged, tacitly referencing the isolated American military action, according to the Syrian state-run news agency SANA.
SANA added that al-Ja’afari objected to the enforcing of “de-confliction zones” established by the Find Out More…
With headlines swirling and lawmakers meeting behind closed doors, it’s not difficult to conclude there is trouble in the Trump White House.
But a deeper dive reveals that lots of people who would not consider themselves Trump supporters admit there is no evidence of any wrongdoing by the Trump campaign regarding alleged collusion with Russians.
Here’s a list of some of those who fall into the “no evidence” column:
Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA)
“The last time we spoke, Senator, I asked you if you had actually seen evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians, and you said to me — and I’m quoting you now — you said, ‘not at this time.’ Has anything Find Out More…
For President Trump’s admirers, his disregard for the traditional ways of Washington is just his way of getting things done. “To the new president, Washington niceties are cobwebs on a summer porch, distracting, inconvenient, in the way of his higher purposes,” writes Robert Charles on Town Hall.