Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts

Friday, 19 May 2017

Joe Lieberman one of the top picks for Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI) occupation

Washington: The US President Donald Trump on Thursday said that previous US Senator Joe Lieberman was one of his top picks to be selected as FBI chief.

For the new competitor who might lead the authority, supplanting Comey, Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have been meeting different hopefuls.

Trump went under feedback for terminating Comey as he was overseeing the examination concerning Russia`s intruding in the 2016 US decision and any conceivable connections between the Trump and Russia amid the battle.

"While Trump`s group at first guaranteed that the terminating came after an audit by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, laid out in a reminder, that to a great extent blamed Comey on his treatment of the examination concerning the private email server of Hillary Clinton, Trump later said in a meeting he had officially chosen to flame Comey and refered to the Russia examination as being at the highest point of psyche," the report noted.

Lieberman was Democrat Al Gore`s bad habit presidential chosen one in 2000 and unsuccessfully kept running for the Democratic presidential assignment in 2004.

Aside from Lieberman, different competitors considered included current acting Director Andrew McCabe, previous Oklahoma Gov. also, FBI Agent Frank Keating, vocation FBI official Richard McFeely and Texas Sen. John Cornyn and New York Judge Michael Garcia, who both pulled back their names.

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

China tests new guided rocket in Bohai Sea

BEIJING: China on Tuesday said it has effectively tried another guided rocket in the Bohai Sea close to the strained Korean landmass to raise the operational capacity of its military and "viably react to dangers" to national security.

The rocket was intended to "raise operational ability" of the military to "successfully react to dangers" to national security, it stated, including that the test had "accomplished a normal outcome."

In any case, the announcement did not indicate when the rocket was tried. It just said the test was done as of late.

The service has not discharged any additional data about the rocket, state-run CGTN given an account of Tuesday.

The Bohai Sea is a waterway off the shorelines of Tianjin region, Shandong, Hebei and Liaoning areas. 

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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

NBA: Detroit coach Van Gundy 'ashamed' of Trump victory

Outspoken Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy joined a number of other non-political voices on Wednesday in condemning the election of Donald Trump as US President, stating that he was "ashamed" of the outcome.

Several actors, writers and musicians had earlier expressed their disappointment at Republican Trump's successful election, with many having publicly supported Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton beforehand.

A visibly shaken Van Gundy, however went further, and felt Trump's rhetoric about women, ethnic minorities and immigrants during the campaign would only damage the country.

"It's embarrassing. I can't say I've ever been ashamed of our country until today," Van Gundy told reporters. "We just elected an openly brazen racist, misogynist leader.

"What we have done to minorities and women in this election is despicable. I'm having a hard time dealing with it.
"We have just thrown a good part of our population under the bus and I have problems with thinking this is where we are as a country."

Van Gundy, whose Pistons team is mostly African-American, added he felt the US could no longer claim to be a moral leader and had disqualified itself from lecturing other countries on human rights.

"I don't want to hear anything from our leaders talking to China or anybody else about human rights abuses," he said.


Tuesday, 24 January 2017

How Donald Trump can wage a trade war against China

SHANGHAI: As a candidate, Donald Trump aimed some of his most blistering words at China+ , declaring that "we already have a trade war" and suggesting ominously that "we have the power over China+ , economic power.
As president of the United States, Trump can use trade - a cornerstone of his populist rise - as a weapon, with the potential to drastically reshape the world's two largest economies, as well as the companies, industries and workers who depend on their hundreds of billions of dollars in closely linked goods. But neither side may win.

Cutting off trade will not bring back the bulk of US manufacturing jobs lost to China in previous decades as it became the world's factory floor. Already, some industries that left the United States years ago, such as garment making and some light manufacturing, are now leaving China for even cheaper places. An aggressive stance with China+ also risks antagonizing an authoritarian government with its own brand of economic nationalism.

Yet the unsettling reality for Beijing is that Trump has a variety of ways to get back at China+ for trade practices that he, his supporters or people in the affected industries view as unfair. China sells a large array of goods to the United States that he can aim at for higher tariffs.

The opportunities for China to retaliate would be more limited. In the most basic terms, China buys less from the United States.
But China could make some strategic strikes at targets like Boeing, US automakers and American farmers. Beijing exerts tight control over China's airlines, for example, and sometimes steers contracts to Airbus, Boeing's European rival, when officials feel that Washington is uncooperative.


Monday, 28 November 2016

Donald Trump threatens to end US-Cuba thaw without 'better deal'

NEW YORK: US President-elect Donald Trump on Monday threatened to put an end to the thaw in ties with Cuba unless Havana makes concessions on human rights and opening up its economy.

"If Cuba is unwilling to make a better deal for the Cuban people, the Cuban/American people and the US as a whole, I will terminate deal," Trump said on Twitter.


Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Donald Trump the `presumptive` White House nominee as Cruz crashes out

Donald Trump looked all-but-certain of carrying the Republican Party colors in the 2016 presidential election after the billionaire political novice sent his only serious challenger Ted Cruz crashing out of the race.

Addressing jubilant supporters at Trump Tower in New York after romping to his seventh straight state-wide victory in the Indiana primary, the real estate mogul promised them: "We`re going to win in November, and we`re going to win big, and it`s going to be America first."

Tuesday`s contest in the midwestern state was seen as a final firewall by the "stop Trump" movement seeking to prevent him from locking in the party nomination.

But as the race was called overwhelmingly in Trump`s favor, Cruz conceded to supporters in Indianapolis that he no longer had a viable path forwards.

"We left it all on the field in Indiana," Cruz said. "We gave it everything we`ve got, but the voters chose another path."

"And so with a heavy heart, but with boundless optimism for the long-term future of our nation, we are suspending our campaign."

It was a stunning denouement for the arch-conservative Texas senator who had insisted he would press on to the final day of the Republican race.

His departure leaves the low-polling Ohio Governor John Kasich as Trump`s only challenger for the nomination -- making it a virtual certainty that he will go head to head in a general election matchup with the likely Democratic flagbearer Hillary Clinton.

The top echelon of the Republican establishment said as much minutes after Cruz capitulated, with Republican Party chief Reince Priebus declaring Trump the "presumptive" nominee.

"Donald Trump will be presumptive @GOP nominee, we all need to unite and focus on defeating @HillaryClinton," Priebus said, in an extraordinary move to embrace a candidate the party establishment fought tooth and nail to stop.

Clinton meanwhile suffered an upset in Indiana as her Democratic rival Bernie Sanders mounted a come-from-behind victory, denying the former secretary of state a feather in her cap as she seeks their party`s presidential nomination.

Sanders, a self-declared democratic socialist, beat Clinton by 53.2 percent to 46.8 percent with about three quarters of precincts reporting -- although Clinton remained well ahead in the overall delegate battle for the nomination.Cruz had been hoping to use the midwestern state to block Trump from receiving the 1,237 delegates needed to secure the nomination ahead of the Republican convention in Cleveland in July.

But the bombastic real estate mogul -- who has thus far defied all political logic to lead the Republican race -- swept the arch-conservative senator aside.

Trump was leading Cruz by about 53 percent to 37 percent, with Kasich languished at less than eight percent.

"Lyin` Ted Cruz consistently said that he will, and must, win Indiana. If he doesn`t he should drop out of the race-stop wasting time & money," Trump taunted in a tweet.

With 1,002 delegates to his name, Trump was already in favorable position to reach the magic number needed to avoid a contested party convention. With Cruz out of the race, crossing the threshold is a foregone conclusion for Trump.

Even before the Indiana results, Trump and Clinton had pivoted toward one another.

"I`m really focused on moving into the general election," Clinton said confidently Tuesday in West Virginia.

"That`s where we have to be because we are going to have a tough campaign against a candidate who`ll literally say or do anything," she said of Trump. "We`re going to take him on at every turn."

Cruz`s exit comes after the primary battle took a nasty turn Tuesday when Trump cited a tabloid report linking Cruz`s father Rafael to John F. Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.

Trump raised the recent National Enquirer story in his interview with Fox News.

"This is just kooky," an irate Cruz shot back while stumping in Evansville, Indiana, branding Trump a "pathological liar."

"The man is utterly amoral," said Cruz, adding that "we are staring at the abyss" if Trump wins the White House. Source: