MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace claimed Thursday that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s opening statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday embodied the “carnage” phrase that establishment media fixated on after President Donald Trump’s inaugural address. Asked by fellow MSNBC anchor Brian Williams for her thoughts on Kavanaugh’s testimony, Wallace said: “I’m thinking about Donald Trump’s inauguration address and the line about human carnage. We’ve seen a lot of it today. The stories from Professor Ford and her family, what they’ve been through and the story about Judge Kavanaugh’s daughters, talking about praying for Professor Ford and Ashley Kavanaugh’s face while he was telling that story and Brett Kavanaugh crying every time he talked about his parents and his wife and his kids and all his friends, men and women. That’s the ‘human carnage’ that Donald Trump … [Read more...] about Nicolle Wallace: Kavanaugh Testimony Showed Trump Inauguration Speech’s ‘Human Carnage’
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PRESIDENT Donald Trump has given what may be his most bizarre press conferences to-date following a speech to the UN that drew laughs from world leaders. Among a series of strange boasts the president assured reporters that: "China has total respect for Donald Trump and for Donald Trump's very very large brain." The statement comes as the US and China continue to engage in tit-for-tat tariffs that threaten to devolve into a fully-blown trade war. Speaking on the tariffs, Trump said his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping may not be his friend anymore, but did have new respect for him. The Q and A came with plenty of funny voices, flamboyant gestures, and the president's favourite catchphrases as well. A question about the laughter that followed Trump's General Assembly claim that his administration had “accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country" was immediately branded fake news. World leaders break out in laughter as US President … [Read more...] about Donald Trump says China respects his ‘very, very large brain’ and says UN leaders were laughing WITH him during bizarre comedy press conference
THE President of the United States is the world's most flamboyant and publicised billionaire. Here's the lowdown on all things Donald Trump. Where did Donald Trump grow up and was his family wealthy? Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946, the fourth child of real estate tycoon Fred Trump. The Trump family was wealthy and lived in a mansion in the Queens area of New York. As a 13-year-old, Donald was sent to a military academy after he started misbehaving at school. Now 72, he boasts that he made money "the good old-fashioned way" but he first got into real estate with a "small" $1million loan from his father and helped manage the family's housing portfolio in the New York area. He took control of the company in 1971 and renamed it the Trump Organisation - shifting from residential sales in Brooklyn and Queens to swanky projects in Manhattan. The company transformed the rundown Commodore Hotel into the Grand Hyatt before developing the most famous Trump landmark, the 68-storey Trump … [Read more...] about How old is Donald Trump, what is the US President’s net worth, when did he marry Melania and how many children does he have?
DONALD Trump was told to show some RESPECT at the funeral for Aretha Franklin after he controversially claimed the Queen of Soul "used to work" for him. Close friends of the legend hit back at the US President after he spoke out hours after the music star died of cancer on August 16 aged 76. “I want to begin today by expressing my condolences to the family of a person I knew well. She worked for me on numerous occasions,” Trump said during a cabinet meeting. Labelled an "orange aberration" and a "leech" by Michael Eric Dyson, a professor at George Town University, Trump was again blasted by Reverend Al Sharpton, a prominent civil rights activist. He received a standing ovation for demanding the outspoken Republican show respect - a reference to her song - before adding "She used to perform for you. She worked for us. Aretha never took orders from nobody but God.” Sharpton took to the pulpit to laud the singer for providing the soundtrack of the movement, … [Read more...] about Aretha Franklin funeral guests use platform to attack Donald Trump over his claim ‘she worked for me’
IT MIGHT not seem so long ago that Donald Trump shocked the world by becoming the 45th US President. However, the outspoken POTUS is nearing the mid-way point of his presidential term, which means one thing: midterm elections. Here's why they matter. When are the US midterm elections 2018? The 2018 US midterm elections will mostly be held on November 6, with the primary season running from March to September. Voters will decide 35 of the 100 seats in the US Senate – the 33 in Senate Class 1, plus two special elections. Senators serve terms of six years, with a third of the Senate being re-elected every two years. This year vacant seats must also be filled in Minnesota and Mississippi. The midterms will also decide who makes up all 435 members of the US House of Representatives, the lower chamber of Congress. How could the midterms affect Donald Trump? The midterm elections are being held halfway through Donald Trump's presidential term, and the make-up of Congress's two chambers … [Read more...] about When are the US midterm elections 2018, how could they affect Donald Trump and what do latest polls say?