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The head of the International Monetary Fund condemned Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in an interview Tuesday, saying that America's top diplomat "doesn't know what he's talking about" in his criticism of the global financial organization. In remarks at a NATO conference in Brussels, the IMF was among a litany of international groups Pompeo singled out for criticism. The secretary of state said the Trump administration was "working to refocus" the institution on "policies that promote economic prosperity" and allow for more private capital. "That's exactly what we do," Lagarde told Margaret Brennan, moderator of "Face the Nation." "We're not the merchant of austerity, we are a merchant of trust in the stability of a system that is needed in order to attract investors, generate growth and entail creation of jobs. We are the enablers of that." Brennan spoke with Lagarde in the Great Hall of the Library of Congress before an audience of lawmakers and other Washington … [Read more...] about IMF chief: Pompeo “doesn’t know what he’s talking about” in IMF criticism
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NEW YORK — Rob Goldstone, the English publicist and music manager, admitted that “I didn’t know what I was really even talking about” when he sent a much publicized email to Donald Trump Jr. to set up the infamous Trump Tower meeting, claiming to possess incriminating information and documents on Hillary Clinton originating with “the Crown prosecutor of Russia.” Goldstone further conceded that he had no factual basis to back up his email to Trump Jr. claiming that any such purported opposition information on Clinton, which never actually surfaced, was “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”Like all other witnesses who have spoken publicly, Goldstone, who attended the Trump Tower meeting, said there was no dirt presented on Clinton and that the meeting focused largely on the Magnitsky Act, which sanctions Russian officials accused of involvement in the death of a Russian tax accountant, as well as talk about a … [Read more...] about Publicist Who Arranged Trump Tower Meeting Admits ‘I Didn’t Know What I Was Even Talking About’
New York Times best-selling author Elin Hilderbrand eats, sleeps, and breathes Nantucket. She first visited the island in 1993 and moved there full time to write in 1998. All of her novels take place on the island, starting with “The Beach Club’’ (2000), a romance she started in graduate school at The University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop. On June 19, her 21st book, “The Perfect Couple,’’ goes on sale, a murder mystery about a maid of honor found floating face-down in Nantucket Harbor the morning of a fancy wedding. So, what first drew Hilderbrand to this elbow of sand 23 miles off Cape Cod? “I grew up spending summers in Brewster at my family’s house,’’ says the mother of three. “I had been to the Vineyard and thought, you know what, I’m going to Nantucket, and when the ferry pulled into Nantucket Harbor, I said, ‘Oh, my goodness, this place is so gorgeous, I never am leaving.’ ’’ What … [Read more...] about Elin Hilderbrand on living in Nantucket: ‘What I write about in my novels is also what’s in my life.’