DONALD Trump has vowed to shut down the US government if he doesn't get a border wall - but will he do it? Here we reveal what he said, what the wall will look like, and how much it'll cost. Will Donald Trump shut down the US Government over the Mexico border wall Last week Trump vowed to shut down the government over the wall in a fiery Oval Office meeting with Democrat leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. He promised he would allow a partial shutdown of the federal government if Congress does not provide $5 billion to build the wall. Senior White House adviser Stephen Miller has called it a "fundamental issue." When asked if the administration was willing to allow parts of the government to cease operation at midnight on Friday, December 22 if the wall is not funded, Miller answered: "If it comes to it, absolutely." How much will the wall cost? The US Department of Homeland Security estimates the wall will cost £17billion, according to a leaked report. However some … [Read more...] about Will Donald Trump shutdown the US Government over the Mexico border wall?
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Viet Nam News WASHINGTON — An angry Donald Trump told Democratic leaders at the White House on Tuesday that he will shut down the US government because they refuse to approve billions of dollars in funding for his controversial Mexico border wall. The president and top opposition congressional leaders were meant to hold a reassuring Oval Office photo-op. Instead, their blazing row in front of the world’s media gave a glimpse of the dire challenges confronting Trump as he reels from legal scandals and the new reality of his Republican party no longer controlling Congress. Chuck Schumer, the senior Democrat in the still Republican-dominated Senate, and Nancy Pelosi, who is likely to become speaker in the newly Democrat-controlled House in January, bluntly told Trump that he had no chance of getting the US$5 billion he wants for the wall. Exasperated, Trump doubled down on earlier threats to retaliate by refusing to sign a federal spending bill required by Dec 21 … [Read more...] about Trump threatens US government shutdown over Mexico border wall
JFK’s missing BRAIN was stolen by Robert Kennedy after his assassination to stop it ever going on display, according to secret US government files. President Kennedy was murdered 55 years ago today but one of the greatest enigmas surrounding his death remains the location of his brain that mysteriously vanished. Bombshell US Government documents actually back-up long-running claims that blame JFK's younger brother RFK for swiping the brain. Files compiled by the House Select Committee on Assassinations, which probed JFK's murder, suggest the brain may have pinched to “prevent future display”. The document reads: “Circumstantial evidence tends to show that Robert Kennedy either destroyed these materials or otherwise rendered them inaccessible”. "It would seem to indicate that Robert Kennedy then decided to retain possession of all physical specimen evidence and transferred only the autopsy photographs and X-rays to the Government." The whereabouts … [Read more...] about JFK’s missing BRAIN was stolen by Robert Kennedy after assassination to stop it ever going on display, secret US government files claim
THE Google Earth blind spot over an experimental military base in Nevada may have been used to cover up a "super secret location" where the US government kept crashed UFOs, a defence insider has claimed. Google Earth did not update its images of the dry lake beds of the Tonopah Test Range - just a few miles from the infamous Area 51 - for eight years - and has not explained why. Now former MoD man Nick Pope - also known as the real-life Fox Mulder - has branded the situation "murky" and suggested it could have been part of a "gentleman's agreement" between Google and the US government. While other military ranges have been consistently mapped, the Tonopah Test Range was not photographed between 2008 and 2016. This is the longest any part of the continental US has not been updated, according to a Motherboard report. Usually updates happen every 60 days, according to a Google Earth blog. Since the early 1950s, the range has reportedly been used for government aerospace and weapons … [Read more...] about Google Earth blind spot over experimental military base may be where US government hides crashed UFOs, defence insider claims
Updated 4:37 pm CDT, Saturday, September 22, 2018 In this photo provided by the Iranian Students' News Agency, ISNA, Iranian armed forces members and civilians take shelter in a shooting during a military parade marking the 38th anniversary of Iraq's 1980 invasion of Iran, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, Iran, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018. Gunmen attacked the military parade, killing at least eight members of the elite Revolutionary Guard and wounding 20 others, state media said. less In this photo provided by the Iranian Students' News Agency, ISNA, Iranian armed forces members and civilians take shelter in a shooting during a military parade marking the 38th anniversary of Iraq's 1980 ... more Photo: Behrad Ghasemi, AP Photo: Behrad Ghasemi, AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 In this photo provided by the … [Read more...] about The Latest: US government condemns attack on Iran parade