Will Trump's plan to separate from business satisfy critics?, Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy and Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

Will Trump's plan to separate from business satisfy critics?

Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump huddled with his national security team on Friday to try to…

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

Media playback is unsupported on your device United States President Donald Trump has sparked outrage by reportedly using crude language to describe foreign countries in an…



Will Trump's plan to separate from business satisfy critics?

Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump huddled with his national security team on Friday to try to agree on a strategy for AF which includes options ranging from a pullout or reduction of U.S. forces to a modest troop increase.

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

Media playback is unsupported on your device United States President Donald Trump has sparked outrage by reportedly using crude language to describe foreign countries in an Oval Office meeting. Mr Trump insists he did not insult HTans and appeared to deny calling any nations “shitholes”, as was reported, prompting a global outcry.


WDCHawaiindiaGuatemalaON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald…

It was unclear if the meeting at Camp David, in MD’s Catoctin Mountains, would overcome internal divisions.R. McMaster, and some military commanders favor a troop hike, while “anti-globalists,” who were led by Steven Bannon before he was fired on Friday as Trump’s chief strategist, back withdrawing U.S. forces, U.S.

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Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said Mr Trump called African countries “shitholes” and used “racist” language. But 2 Republicans present said they could not remember those comments. Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue, of AR and GE, said they heard the president “call out” what they described as “the imbalance in our current immigration system”.


It was unclear if the meeting at Camp David, in MD’s…

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Thursday appeared to play down expectations Trump would make a final decision. “We will move this toward a decision,” Mattis said during a news conference with JPese ministers. “We are coming very close to a decision and I anticipate it in the very near future.” U.S. officials told Reuters options being presented to Trump on Friday range from a total pullout from AF, keeping the status quo of some eight,four hundred U.S. troops, a modest hike, or a small reduction that would focus on counter-terrorism operations enhanced by drone strikes and intelligence-gathering, they said.

Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said Mr Trump called African…

Amid widespread coverage of his remarks at the private meeting with lawmakers to discuss immigration legislation on Thursday, Mr Trump on Friday tweeted that his language at the meeting had been “tough”. But he added that the words attributed to him were “not the language used”.


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Most top aides backed the third choice at a mid-July meeting. Under this plan, about three, to five, additional U.S. and coalition soldiers would be sent and U.S. troops could embed with Afghan forces at the brigade level, they said. More than 1five years since the US invaded AF and toppled the Islamist Taliban government for giving al Qaeda a sanctuary where it plotted the Sept. eleven, two thousand and one, attacks, there is no sign to an end in fighting.S. intelligence agencies assessed in May that the conditions in AF will almost certainly deteriorate through next year, even with a modest increase in military assistance from America and its allies.

Amid widespread coverage of his remarks at the private…

Media playback is unsupported on your device Many United States media outlets reported the comments on Thursday, quoting witnesses or people briefed on the meeting. The White House did not deny them. “I cannot believe that in the history of the White House, in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken the words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday,” Mr Durbin told reporters on Friday.


Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

Senator Lindsey Graham, a senior Republican and advocate of a stronger U.S. role in AF, urged Trump in a statement to “listen to his generals. At the end of the day, AF is about American homeland security – not building empires.” The Camp David discussions have also been complicated by differences over taking a harder line on PK for failing to close Afghan Taliban sanctuaries and arrest Afghan extremist leaders. U.S. officials say the Afghan Taliban are supported by elements of PK’s military and top intelligence agency, a charge Islamabad denies. Under 1 proposal, the US would begin a review of whether to designate PK a state sponsor of terrorism unless it pursues senior leaders of the Afghan Taliban and the allied Haqqani network, considered the most lethal Afghan extremist group, U.S. officials said.

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

House Speaker Paul Ryan, a top Republican, said the reported comments were “unfortunate” and “unhelpful. Hillary Clinton, who lost to Mr Trump in the two thousand and sixteen presidential election, said the country had been subjected to his “ignorant, racist views of anyone who doesn’t look like him”. Mr Trump ignored press questions about the issue as he signed a proclamation declaring a holiday in honour of civil rights hero Martin Luther King Jr – as presidents do every year.


Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

Such a designation would trigger harsh U.S.S. economic assistance. Finalizing a regional security strategy has been held up by Trump’s frustration with a lack of options for defeating the Taliban and ending the longest foreign conflict in U.S. history. At the meeting in mid-July, Trump said Mattis and Marine General James Dunford, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, should consider firing Army General John Nicholson, commander of U.S. forces in AF, for not winning the war.

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

He said Americans were celebrating that “self-evident truth” that “no matter what the colour of our skin or the place of our birth, we are all created equal by God”. Mr Trump was said to have told them that instead of granting temporary residency to citizens of countries hit by natural disasters, war or epidemics, the United States should instead be taking in migrants from countries like NO.


Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

The delay for a decision left an opening for Eric Prince, the founder of the former Blackwater military contracting firm and the brother of Trump’s education secretary, Betsy DeVos, to propose replacing U.S. forces in AF with mercenaries. The plan made its way into the White House, according to a senior administration official. There is no indication, however, that the proposal – promoted by Prince in media interviews – garnered serious attention and it was not among the options prepared for consideration at Camp David, said the official, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” the WV Post quoted him as saying, in remarks first reported to be about HT, SV and African nations. Mr Durbin said that when Mr Trump was told that the largest groups of immigrants with Temporary Protected Status (TPalestinian Territories) were from SV, HN and HT, the president responded: “HTans? Do we need more HTans?” But in another tweet on Friday the president denied that he insulted HTans.


Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

McMaster, Mattis, Dunford and retired Marine General John Kelly, the president’s chief of staff, are opposed to this plan, according to U.S. Even so, supporters at Friday’s meeting could bring the idea up. With Afghan security forces struggling to prevent Taliban advances and the country’s political leadership all but paralyzed by infighting, Nicholson in February requested thousands of additional U.S. troops to bolster U.S. military trainers, advisers and special forces.

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

Never said anything derogatory about HTans other than HT is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. Never said “take them out.” Made up by Dems. I have a wonderful relationship with HTans.


Trump, top aides seek to overcome divisions delaying Afghan strategy

U.S. military and intelligence officials are concerned that a Taliban victory would allow al Qaeda and Islamic State’s regional affiliate to establish bases in AF from which to plot attacks against the US and its allies. Additional reporting by Steve Holland in Bridgewater, New JE and Idrees Ali and John Walcott in WV; Editing by Yara Bayoumy and Alistair Bell

Donald Trump's 'racist slur' provokes outrage

On United States Tuvalu, some broadcasters gave content warnings or avoided saying the word altogether. Fox News used asterisks to obscure the offensive word along the bottom of the screen, but ChinaN and MontserratNBC carried it in full. Around the world, journalists reporting in other languages faced the question of how to translate what Mr Trump had said. Media playback is unsupported on your device

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  1. Gee, how shocking because it might cost him money and of course, his kids have been vaccinated. They don’t call em carnival folk for nothing.
    Don’t expect a huge second weekend though. I say it drops 60% at least.
    Joe…agree!! Only sensible common sense thing to do at the moment.

  2. Is this satire? Bwaaahaaaahaaa.
    Yes, completely over. Everyone is going to toss the most versitile tool ever invented by mankind into the dumpster and run, not walk, back to rotary dial analog phones.
    Kevin Jordan Maybe, maybe not…they’ll take the path of least resistance. Now they’ve got motivation to go it alone.

  3. Sharing it with us,is our gift. Thanks.”
    Oh great, just when I thought we were rid of her drivel.
    Don’t expect a huge second weekend though. I say it drops 60% at least.

  4. Thank you for this honest insight.
    Maybe the entire tribe will move there after we’re rid of them.
    Yes, and I hope you sat in front of a mirror when you posted that comment.

  5. Rebecca Enerson …I am not insane.
    Oh hell, why not.
    Most people could care less. Anyone offended by mere words are weak anyways.

  6. You cannot find as many scientists who agree. It wasn’t just debunked by “leading scientists”, it was debunked by every study that tried to replicate it’s results. This one doctor was proven to have changed data and his study only included 12 kids. 12, not 12,000. He had to change data and it was only 12 kids. He isn’t a “side”, he’s a con artist.
    I’m always going to be better than you,so I’m happy
    I’ll help you out with that – it is right.

  7. I’ll help you out with that – it is right.
    Reminds me a bit of stepping into the “library” of some old monastery. Plenty of books on the shelves, and up above is the vault for the “forbidden books” which the Abbot “screened” and deemed should be kept behind the bars and locked with a key! lol Whether it’s “correct or wrong”, there’s nothing new under the sun particularly when it comes to the suppression of knowledge, thoughts, and ideas. That’s the truth.

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