Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | With Flyovers and Flags, Trump Plays M.C. for the Fourth Advertisement Supported by ByMichael D. Shear July 4, 2019 WASHINGTON — In a made-for-television Independence Day production starring America’s military weaponry, President Trump on Thursday used the Lincoln Memorial as the backdrop for a homage to the country’s armed forces and a call for unity that has been largely absent during his divisive presidency. Flanked by Bradley armored vehicles and M1A2 tanks in front of the statue of Abraham Lincoln, Mr. Trump paid tribute to the five branches of the military as a chorus sang each service hymn and he cued the arrival of fighter jets and other military aircraft roaring by in the skies overhead. Speaking to a rain-soaked audience filled with troops decked out in “Make … [Read more...] about With Flyovers and Flags, Trump Plays M.C. for the Fourth
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Trump Says Predecessors Confessed Support for Wall. Not True, They Say. Supported by ByPeter Baker Jan. 7, 2019 WASHINGTON — As he makes his case for building a border wall, President Trump says that his predecessors have secretly confided in him that they should have done it themselves. The only problem: All of the living presidents say that’s not true. Former President Jimmy Carter said on Monday that he never had such a conversation with Mr. Trump, making him the last of the veterans of the Oval Office to dispute the assertion. “I have not discussed the border wall with President Trump and do not support him on the issue,” Mr. Carter said in a statement. Aides to the other living presidents — Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama — have all likewise denied … [Read more...] about Trump Says Predecessors Confessed Support for Wall. Not True, They Say.
A contemporary art space was inaugurated in the basement of the National Assembly House in November The top ten events are as follows: 1. The exhibition on silk paintings and small sculptures. The exhibition, opened in Ha Noi, displayed more than 110 silk paintings and 93 small-sized sculptures. The exhibits were created by 24 painters and 21 sculptors across country, those of the generations born in the 1970s until recently. 2. Former Indochina Fine Arts College’s first female graduate work displayed Receiving and hosting an exhibition of works by female painter Le Thi Luu, the first Vietnamese woman to graduate from Indochina Fine Arts College (now Hanoi Fine Arts University), at the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Museum. All paintings, which were created from 1940 to 1988 when she lived and worked in France, were donated to the museum by Tan, Luu’s nephew Le Tat Luyen and his wife Thuy Khue in Paris this year. 3. The international fine arts exchange and exhibition … [Read more...] about Top 10 fine arts and photography events of 2018
Amid speculation over potential candidates for the next White House chief of staff, former first daughter Chelsea Clinton told a journalist to keep President Trump’s youngest son, 12-year-old Barron Trump, out of “jokes and analyses.” She did so via Twitter and in response to Jonathan Chait of New York Magazine, who tweeted on Monday: “My darkhorse chief of staff pick: Barron Trump 1. Looks like Trump 2. Will not make Trump work 3. Cannot be tried as an adult.” My darkhorse chief of staff pick: Barron Trumphttps://t.co/wNigDQMx89— Jonathan Chait (@jonathanchait) December 10, 2018Clinton shot back: “Please leave Barron Trump out of ‘jokes’ & analyses. He’s a kid and private citizen and deserves to be left alone. Thank you.” Please leave Barron Trump out of “jokes” & analyses. He’s a kid and private citizen and deserves to be left alone. Thank you. … [Read more...] about Chelsea Clinton defends Barron Trump after reporter makes uncalled for joke
Former first lady Michelle Obama has revealed that she “stopped even trying to smile” during the 2017 inauguration of President Donald Trump in an interview with ABC that aired Sunday night.Reading from her forthcoming memoir, Becoming, Obama said that the “vibrant diversity” of her husband’s two previous inaugurations “was gone” on the day Trump took office.“Someone from Barack’s administration might have said that the optics were bad ― that what the public saw didn’t reflect the president’s reality or ideals,” she said. “But in this case, maybe it did. Realizing it, I made my own optic adjustment: I stopped even trying to smile.”“I stopped even trying to smile,” @MichelleObama shares what she was feeling during President Trump’s 2017 Presidential Inauguration. #MichelleObama#Michellehttps://t.co/GG1GiLxNVXpic.twitter.com/iBq38HR5hv— Good Morning America (@GMA) … [Read more...] about Michelle Obama explains the look on her face during Trump’s Inauguration