Mr. Trump, after calling former President Obama a "patsy" for Russian Federation in the CNBC interview, reiterated what he has said many times before - "Getting along with President Putin, getting along with Russian Federation, is a positive, not a negative".
Marshalltown experienced overturned and missing vehicles, damaged buildings, and downed trees and utility lines, Omaha's WOWT reported . UnityPoint Health spokeswoman Amy Varcoe, who is based in Des Moines, says it was unclear how severely the UnityPoint hospital in Marshalltown was damaged, but all of its patients are being transferred to the health system's hospitals in Waterloo and Grundy Center.
A Savannah, Ga., server is being hailed by many after video of her fighting back against a customer who allegedly groped her went viral. She later told Inside Edition she said "a lot of things I can't repeat", but did not appear to regret saying them.
His message referred to the need for Congress to provide checks and balances on presidential power. "All who believe in this country's values must vote for Democrats this fall", he added. Trump has repeatedly trashed Comey, who released a tell-all book earlier this year, calling him "slippery" and a liar in tweets. Others on the left were equally harsh in rebuffing Comey.
An old Russian warship has been discovered off the South Korean coast, and reports suggest a massive fortune of gold might have gone down with the vessel. South Korea's Financial Supervisory Services on Wednesday warned against "overheated" investment. The official, who spoke anonymously because he wasn't authorized to speak media on the issue, said Shinil must deposit 15 trillion won ($13.2 billion), based on the company officials speculation how much gold is likely aboard the ship.
US President Donald Trump , left, listens to Russian President Vladimir Putin during a press conference after their meeting at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland, on July 16, 2018. I will say this: "I don't see any reason why it would be", Trump said. U.S. President Donald Trump is promising that "big results" will eventually come from his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin , and says that Moscow "has agreed to help with North Korea".
Earlier in the day, when asked by ABC News' Cecilia Vega if Russian Federation is still targeting the U.S., President Trump replied: "Thank you very much, no". "We do not stand by those assertions", she added. We're not going to have it, and that's the way it's going to be, " Trump said. Russian President Vladimir Putin offered to allow the USA access to Russians accused of election meddling in return for interviews of Americans accused by the Kremlin of unspecified crimes.
Putin made the offer in exchange for the United States allowing Russian Federation to question people "who have something to do with illegal actions in the territory of Russian Federation". Both leaders were uncomfortably prompted to deny the existence of a "dossier" of compromising material collected by Russian agents during Trump's visits to the country before he was president.
Aiming his remarks at European Union officials, he said what was needed was a "people's Brexit , not a bureaucrats" Brexit", in which the prosperity of citizens was placed above the "abstract ideology of the Brussels bureaucrats'. "We have time in these negotiations". If Sir Graham calls a confidence vote in May's leadership she would need to win the votes of more than half the Tories' 316 MPs to survive.
Mr Benalla is seen wearing a police helmet and armband at a May Day student demonstration in the Paris left bank. Riot police present do not intervene to stop him. Richard Ferrand, a senior MP from Macron's party and a top figure in the campaign team, said "it was not a close aide, it's someone who was responsable for security of the president during the election campaign and then joined the Elysee".
WhatsApp added in a blog post that these changes will help to keep the app as it was created to be - a private messaging app. WhatsApp in India has come under scrutiny after forwarded messages on the platform have allegedly incited mob-fury, triggering multiple cases of lynching across the country, where there are more than 230 million monthly active users.
Rideshare Rapist' suspect pleads not guilty to all chargesWDAF-TV reports that court documents say Watson's boyfriend recorded Watson talking about repeatedly taking her daughter to a house where her daughter was raped about five times. In addition to the girl's sexual abuse, they both had metal objects embedded in their feet, allegedly from walking around the motorcycle shop. She said she was a coward for not doing anything.
He took a deep breath and continued, saying: "OK". "And that's the way it's going to be", Trump said . A White House meeting would be a dramatic extension of legitimacy to the Russian leader, who has always been isolated by the West for activities in Ukraine, Syria and beyond and is believed to have interfered in the 2016 presidential election that sent Trump to the presidency.
Trump says he is taking a hard line on trade to protect USA workers and US companies, but critics say his approach is upending the rules of multilateral global trade. It said Japanese duties on cheeses including Gouda and Cheddar would be scrapped and pointed to the prospect of "duty-free trade in processed meat and nearly duty-free trade for fresh meat".
The same brooch that Liz wore again at a subsequent dinner with the Obamas at Winfield House in London. "[Queen Elizabeth] does hundreds and hundreds of appearances and maybe 95% or higher, she wears a brooch". We are talking about a Commonwealth country and one of the main allies of great Britain, wrote Julia on Twitter. "The Palace has refrained from commenting on the theory".
Before McConnell announced Thursday's vote on the Schumer-Menendez-Schatz resolution, Senate Republicans blocked two efforts to bring up resolutions affirming lawmakers' support for the intelligence community's assessment, the special counsel's probe into alleged ties between Trump and the Kremlin, and urge the president to take a harder stand against Russian Federation.
The date estimate, the presence of the head and the unusually large size of the sarcophagus led some to speculate that the tomb might hold Alexander the Great's missing remains . Experts dated the sarcophagus to Egypt's Ptolemaic period, just after the death of Alexander the Great in 323 B.C., or to the era of Roman rule that followed starting in 30 B.C.
High winds had hit the area, according to weather reports. Dive teams are still in the water continuing to look for missing people who were on the boat. "We had a line of very strong thunderstorms that caused 74 miles per hour winds here in Springfield", he said. Divers representing various agencies are on scene to assist with the investigation and recovery.
Else trade-distorting policies could destroy the global trading system, they warn. Since the entry into the WTO for 17 years, China's initial heart has remained unchanged and its words and deeds have been the same. Members are barred from discriminating against each other in their trade practices, meaning China's exports were shielded from protectionist moves by other countries.
In another report Thursday, CNN said the two suspects were identified using facial recognition technology and had fled the country following the March 4 attack, likely on a commercial flight. Police are working on the assumption that it came from the same batch used in the attempted murder of the Skripals in March. "They [the investigators] are sure they [the suspects] are Russian", the Press Association said citing " a source with knowledge of the investigation ".
Some of the 49 buildings on the outer fringe of the explosion area may be reopened by Thursday evening, he said. Dozens of businesses have been effected, including having air conditioning and hot water shutdown in places. Brendan Walsh, 22, a senior at New York University, had just gotten off a train and was headed to class when he saw the plume and "a large scatter of debris".
The court said the Spanish charge of rebellion is not recognised in Germany . A German court ruled a week ago that Puigdemont could be extradited to Spain to face a separate charge for misuse of public funds. If Mr Puigdemont and the others were extradited only on charges of embezzlement, they would only be able to stand trial in Spain on those charges. The judge reissued it later, causing Germany to arrest Mr Puigdemont when he travelled there in April.
Asked in a Fox News interview about the charge that Moscow was behind the Novichok attack on the spy, Putin said London had not provided any evidence ont he case. It is not clear yet whether the Novichok that poisoned Sturgess and Rowley were from the same batch as the one used on the Skripals. Senior coroner David Ridley opened an inquest into the poisoning death of Sturgess Thursday, but said the cause of Sturgess' death won't be given until further tests are completed.
Facebook on Wednesday built on its campaign to prevent the platform from being used to spread risky misinformation, saying it will remove bogus posts likely to spark violence. "I'm sure you do". The Anti-Defamation League argued that Facebook had a "moral and ethical obligation" to not allow Holocaust denial on the site.
In the interview, President Trump said he agrees Russian Federation meddled in his victorious election and has said so "numerous times before". "What I find absolutely remarkable ... The threat, according to Sanders, "still exists, which is why we are taking steps to prevent it". One intel veteran and longtime former Central Intelligence Agency spy said he wasn't surprised by Trump's fawning over Putin because "it's becoming more and more clear that Trump is either a witting or ...