Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Television | ‘Game of Thrones’ Does Not Say What Donald Trump Thinks It Does Supported by Critic’s Notebook ByJames Poniewozik Jan. 4, 2019 President Trump, as his Twitter feed amply demonstrates, is more of a Fox News guy than an HBO guy. It’s too bad. Mornings might be less stressful if the president spent them opining on “My Brilliant Friend” rather than on “Fox & Friends.” But he has lately developed an affinity for one of HBO’s shows. Or at least its advertising. In November, announcing sanctions on Iran, the president tweeted out a picture of himself on a mock “Game of Thrones” promo, with the caption “Sanctions Are Coming,” a variation on the show’s tagline “Winter Is Coming.” He apparently liked the … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’ Does Not Say What Donald Trump Thinks It Does
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POLITICS 10/09/2018 12:31 pm ET Chicago already tried it. New York tried it, too. By Andy Campbell Stop-and-frisk policing isn’t a partisan issue. It doesn’t curb crime, it’s often costly to taxpayers and it disproportionately affects people of color. It just doesn’t work, and there’s years of real-world evidence to prove it. President Donald Trump either doesn’t realize this or doesn’t care. He’s been calling for stop and frisk to address crime and gun violence since he was campaigning in 2016. Back then, he said it worked “incredibly well” in New York City. It did not. Today, Trump is advocating for a stop-and-frisk policy in Chicago, and called on the Justice Department to help curb crime there. “The crime spree is a terrible blight on that city,” he said Monday at an International Association of Chiefs of Police convention in Orlando, Florida. “Gotta be properly applied, but stop and … [Read more...] about Stop And Frisk Doesn’t Work, Despite What Donald Trump Says
Sep 18, 4:13 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Pritha Paul @ZiggyZina143 05/11/17 AT 9:25 AM President Donald Trump's invitation to his newly-elected South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in of a meeting in Washington was accepted, the White House said in a statement released Wednesday."President Trump and President Moon agreed to continue to strengthen the United States-Republic of Korea alliance and to deepen the enduring friendship between our two countries. President Trump said he looks forward to working with President Moon and invited him to visit Washington at an early date. President Moon accepted the invitation," the statement read.Read: US, Japan And South Korea Working To Tackle Pyongyang Nuclear ThreatMoon Jae-in, a Leftist politician, became the new President of South Korea on Tuesday, replacing the impeached former president Park Geun-hye. Trump reached out and … [Read more...] about What Donald Trump, Moon Jae-in Are Likely To Discuss When They Meet
0 Have your say THIS week marked the beginning of the end for President Donald Trump – at least according to many pundits – less than two years into what was supposed to be a four-year term. In what has been billed as the President’s worse day in office, two separate court cases, coincidentally concluding within minutes on the same day, found two former staffers guilty of serious crimes.First up was Paul Manafort, Trump’s former campaign chief, who was found guilty of eight counts of fraud and now faces up to 80 years in prison. Jurors were unable to reach a verdict on a further 10 counts. The offences pre-date Manafort’s service with the Trump team and apparently have nothing to do with allegations that Trump colluded with the Russians to swing the 2016 election, which remain unproven.What happened next was a narrative twist that would have been dismissed as preposterous and far-fetched by the scriptwriters of the cheesiest … [Read more...] about Bill Carmichael: What Donald Trump and Jeremy Corbyn have in common…
World International Affairs Russia has scrutinized a supposed offer by President Donald Trump for lifting U.S. sanctions on Moscow, saying it still does not understand what such a deal would entail. In an interview with Reuters, Trump said Monday that he was "not considering" lifting economic restrictions intended to punish Russian officials for a perceived adversarial foreign policy, but said he may do so "if they do something that would be good for us" and mentioned Syria and Ukraine as potential talking points. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov responded the following day, saying that Russia appreciated any effort to find common ground, but could not find any concrete proposals in Trump's words. "We need to understand what conditions [for removing sanctions] are meant specifically," Peskov told reporters Tuesday, according to the state-run Tass Russian News Agency. "Of course, we welcome statements, which confirm willingness to cooperate. However, we would welcome any specific … [Read more...] about Russia Says It Does Not Know What Donald Trump Means When He Said Moscow Should Do Something ‘Good’ for U.S.