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President Trump insisted Wednesday that world leaders were laughing with him and not at him during his address to the United Nations General Assembly the day before.Audible laughter broke out among the assembled diplomats when Trump used the occasion to boast about his achievements as president, insisting, as he has many times at rallies and campaign speeches, that “in less than two years, my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”Previous presidents have defeated Nazi Germany and presided over the end of the Cold War, ended slavery and passed the Civil Rights Act.As titters erupted in the audience, Trump paused and remarked, with a smile, “So true. Didn’t expect that reaction, but that’s OK.” More laughter and applause followed.At a rare open press conference on Wednesday, Trump denied that he was being mocked.“They weren’t laughing at me, they were … [Read more...] about Trump says leaders at UN were laughing ‘with me,’ not ‘at me’
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Dan Barry, Benjamin Weiser and Alan Feuer New York Times August 28, 2018 NEW YORK — The man identified these days as President Trump’s lawyer seems vaguely familiar. It’s in the way he feigns genuine laughter. How he clasps his hands. How he widens his eyes, as if he has just been handed a birthday cake with a firecracker for a candle.He is, of course, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, whose public utterances of late have people debating whether he is a shrewd manipulator of public opinion or just — befuddled. But all agree that he relishes the limelight, every microphone a corkscrew capable of unleashing the spirits of his considerable id.Indeed, he is working for the president free of charge. Advertisement There Giuliani was again Thursday, opining from a Trump-owned golf course in Scotland while dressed in green-plaid golf togs … [Read more...] about Is Rudy Giuliani a shrewd tactician, or is he ‘untethered’?
Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Rudolph Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, detailed for the first time his strategy for representing the president, in blunt and divisively political terms. New York City’s former mayor, Rudolph W. Giuliani, detailed his legal strategy for representing President Trump. The “jury is the public,” Mr. Giuliani said in an interview. Credit Credit Alex Wong/Getty Images Supported by ByDan Barry, Benjamin Weiser and Alan Feuer Aug. 27, 2018 The man identified these days as President Trump’s lawyer seems vaguely familiar. It’s in the way he feigns genuine laughter. How he clasps his hands. How he widens his eyes, as if he’s just been handed a birthday cake with a firecracker for a candle. He is, of course, Rudolph W. Giuliani, whose public utterances of late have people debating whether he is a shrewd manipulator of public opinion or just — befuddled. But all … [Read more...] about In Defending Trump, Is Giuliani a Shrewd Tactician — or ‘Untethered’?
The owner of a cake shop sued Gov. John Hickenlooper and other state officials late Tuesday, reigniting a debate over religious freedoms in the public square. Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop claims in his lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Denver, that the state has renewed its “crusade” against him for refusing to create a cake that would have violated his religious beliefs. According to the suit, the Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruled that he once again violated the state’s nondiscrimination law when he refused to bake the cake. This time, it was for Autumn Scardina, an Arvada woman celebrating her birthday and the seventh anniversary of her gender transition. The commission’s June opinion came despite Phillips’ earlier win at the U.S. Supreme Court over his refusal to make a cake for a gay wedding, the lawsuit says. “The state of Colorado is ignoring the message of the U.S. Supreme Court by continuing to single out Jack for … [Read more...] about Masterpiece Cakeshop owner sues Hickenlooper, claiming religious persecution despite Supreme Court ruling