US President Donald Trump looks set for his first official visit to the UK on July 13 and First Lady Melania looks set to accompany him. The visit is also expected to attract large-scale demonstrations by those who oppose the Republican leader. Where will the US President visit? Full details of Trump's visit have not been released. Officials from Mr Trump’s team are expected to fly to the UK this week, to thrash out the details of the president’s schedule. The White House confirmed the visit would start on July 13 in April. US Ambassador Robert Wood Johnson said at the time the President was "thick-skinned" enough to deal with protests, and "really wants" to meet the Queen when he visits Britain. The Trumps will be invited to watch the Queen’s Guard of Honour in a lavish ceremony in the historic courtyard of Windsor Castle. Despite fears of mass-protests in the capital, the Trumps are likely to spend some time in central London — with British … [Read more...] about Donald Trump UK visit schedule – will the US President meet the Queen and when will the POTUS speak with Theresa May?
Sitting U.S. Congressman Mark Sanford now says that he lost his re-election primary in South Carolina because he is “not Trump enough.” In a Sunday interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd, Sanford also said that Washingtonians are fearful of ending up on “the losing side of a presidential tweet.”“The idea that you can’t speak out and say, ‘I disagree with you here, but I agree with you on 90% of the stuff’ … is, again, a twilight world that I’ve never seen,” Sanford complained. Sanford lost his re-election primary on June 11 to State Representative Katie Arrington who ran as the pro-Trump candidate and highlighted many of Sanford’s attacks on Trump Indeed, during his Meet the Press interview, Sanford attacked Trump as a liar. “There is no seeming consequence to the president and lies,” Sanford said. “We’ve gone from George Washington, ‘I can’t tell a lie by cutting down the apple … [Read more...] about South Carolina’s Mark Sanford Claims He Lost Primary Because He Is ‘Not Trump Enough’
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is congratulating Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary on his recent re-election. The White House says Trump spoke Saturday with the Hungarian leader known for his hardline views on immigration and criticism of investor and political activist George Soros.The White House says that, during their conversation, Trump and Orban discussed the need for strong national borders and discussed Trump’s recent summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Follow Breitbart London on Facebook: Breitbart London … [Read more...] about President Trump Congratulates Hungary’s Orban on Election Triumph
President Donald Trump proclaimed Sunday, June 17, as Father’s Day, praising the men who support and care for their children. “Fathers across our country serve as role models for their children and families,” he wrote in a statement. “Through their examples, they display the fundamental American values of hard work and dedication, which are so important to fulfilling our potential and achieving the American Dream.”The president noted the importance of fathers staying involved with their families and communities, promising to promote fatherhood in the United States. “Today, and every day, we honor our fathers who serve their families with humble and giving hearts,” he wrote. “Whether we became their children through birth, adoption, or foster care, the incredible fathers in our lives generously share with us the powerful gifts of love and care through their presence and dedication.” … [Read more...] about President Donald Trump’s Father’s Day Proclamation
POLITICS 06/17/2018 11:26 am ET Officials at the facility used "stalling tactics" to keep the lawmakers out, Rep. Jerrold Nadler claimed. By Igor Bobic A group of Democratic lawmakers visited an immigrant detention facility in New Jersey on Father’s Day to speak with asylum-seekers who have been separated from their families under a new Trump administration policy. The group, led by Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), the senior Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, attempted to enter the Elizabeth Contract Detention Facility in Elizabeth, New Jersey, for over an hour Sunday morning. Several members of the delegation ― which included Reps. Frank Pallone Jr. (D-N.J.), Albio Sires (D-N.J.), Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.), Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) and Adriano Espaillat (D-N.Y.) ― were ultimately allowed inside. Rep. Nadler is now speaking on the phone with an ICE Supervisor, Mr. Brennan, while Rep. Pascrell argues with staff through … [Read more...] about Democrats Visit Immigrant Detention Center On Father’s Day To Protest Family Separations