By Juan Montes, Santiago Pérez and Robbie Whelan
Nov. 26, 2018 10:08 a.m. ET
US Border Patrol agents used tear gas to disperse hundreds of Central American migrants in the Mexican city of Tijuana who made a rush for the border fence, as tension builds over the diminishing prospects for asylum seekers trying to enter the country.
Traffic at the border crossing between San Diego and Tijuana has been suspended
His war on Yemen kills children. America helps him in his war. Drumpf believes that even though his friend’s war kills children and his friend had an American resident assassinated, America should continue supporting him because he buys American weapons with which to wage his war.
It’s a lot of money, though not as much as Drumpf claims.
He lies, as if it’s okay.
If it’s a lot of money it justifies the murder of innocent children and a man living supposedly under the protection of the USA.
I do not think so.
Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (born 31 August 1985, is the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. He is serving as the country’s deputy prime minister (the title of prime minister being held by the king) and is also chairman of the Council for Economic and Development Affairs, chairman of the Council of Political and Security Affairs, and minister of defense – the world’s youngest at the time of his appointment.
He has been described as the power behind the throne of his father, King Salman, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. He was appointed crown prince in June 2017 following King Salman’s decision to remove Muhammad bin Nayef from all positions, making Mohammed bin Salman heir apparent to the throne.
Michelle LaVaughn RobinsonObama (born January 17, 1964) is an American lawyer, university administrator, and writer who served as the First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017.
She is married to the 44th U.S. President, Barack Obama, and was the first African-American First Lady.
Raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, Obama is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School. In her early legal career, she worked at the law firm Sidley Austin, where she met Barack Obama. She subsequently worked in non-profits and as the Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago and the Vice President for Community and External Affairs of the University of Chicago Medical Center. Michelle married Barack in 1992 and they have two daughters.
Obama campaigned for her husband’s presidential bid throughout 2007 and 2008, delivering a keynote address at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. She returned to speak for him at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
During the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, she delivered a speech in support of the Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, a former First Lady.
~~A Look Back at Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Impact on America~~
~~Published on Nov 15, 2018~~
With Former First Lady Michelle Obama back on the show, Ellen wanted to show her how much of an amazing impact and great inspiration she’s been, not only for Americans, but for people all over the world.
He was a prominent journalist who has covered major stories, including the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and the rise of Osama Bin Laden, for various Saudi news organizations.
For decades, Mr. Khashoggi had been close to the Saudi royal family and he also served as an adviser to the government.
But he fell out of favor and went into self-imposed exile in the US last year. From there, he has written a monthly column in the Washington Post in which he has criticized the policies of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
In his first column for the newspaper, Mr Khashoggi said that he feared being arrested in an apparent crackdown on dissent overseen by the prince since he became first in line to succeed his father King Salman earlier that year.
“The people being arrested are not even being dissidents, they just have an independent mind,” he told the BBC’s Newshour program just three days before he disappeared.
He first visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 28 September to obtain a document certifying that he had divorced his ex-wife, so that he could marry his Turkish fiancée.
But he was told he would have to return and arranged to come back on the 2 October.
“He did not mind walking into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul because he did not believe that something bad could happen on Turkish soil,”
his fiancée, Hatice Cengiz, wrote in the Washington Post.
“Jamal was hardly concerned ahead of his second visit.”
Drumpf admires “leaders” who kill their critics – especially if they’re killers who do deals that enrich Drumpf.
His criminal syndicate spans the globe.
Drumpf’s business ties to Saudi Arabia run long, deep
He’s booked hotel rooms and meeting spaces to them, sold an entire floor in one of his buildings to them and, in desperate moments in his career, has gotten a billionaire from the country to buy his yacht and New York’s Plaza Hotel overlooking Central Park.
Drumpf’s ties to Saudi Arabia run long and deep, and he’s often boasted about his business ties with the kingdom.
“I love the Saudis,” Drumpf said when announcing his presidential run at Drumpf Tower in 2015.
“Many are in this building.”
The mysterious disappearance of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi, raises important questions, not only about the nature of the Saudi regime, but also about the Drumpf administration’s uncritical embrace of its 33-year-old Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a close alliance that was engineered by Drumpf’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who was awarded the Middle East portfolio during the presidential transition.
Just spoke to the King of Saudi Arabia who denies any knowledge of whatever may have happened “to our Saudi Arabian citizen.”
He said that they are working closely with Turkey to find answer.
I am immediately sending our Secretary of State to meet with King!
The Saudi government has repeatedly denied any involvement in the journalist’s disappearance, and in a statement Sunday, October 14, warned that “if it receives any action, it will respond with greater action.”
Khashoggi, who recently has been living in Virginia and writing columns for The Washington Post, hasn’t been seen since Oct. 2, when he entered the Saudi consulate to handle paperwork for his upcoming marriage.
When we spoke, she had just tweeted about him and read it aloud:
“All President Trump cares about is winning.
He said it during his campaign, and he says it now.
But what do we all lose as he wins?”
Streisand, no stranger to politics throughout her career, is releasing her first album of original songs since 2005, called Walls, on November 2.
Late last month, she released the album’s first single, “Don’t Lie to Me,” which is a direct address to the president. And on Tuesday, Streisand released the music video – the first she’s ever directed – complete with images of protests and even a sign somewhere in there that says “Stop Kavanaugh.”
“I’m just so concerned with our country and the world,” she said. “When I say in the song ‘we all lose,’ do we lose our integrity as a nation? Do we lose our reputation in the world? One of the songs talks about a beacon of light, and ‘Lady Liberty’ talked about the danger in the sound of silence, when people don’t speak up, when people don’t vote. And now we have a leader who can’t be trusted. The way he pushed Kavanaugh onto the Supreme Court to protect himself is unconscionable; we have a leader and now a Supreme Court justice who tells lies.”
She added that it’s the young people of this country who are already living out the message of her new album and who have already set the example of what good activism looks like.
“As I say in the booklet of the new album, I’ve been especially moved by the young people in the United States who have found their voice and are demanding to be heard,” she said.
“They’re more interested in building bridges than walls; they are the very definition of hope.
They’re on my mind, and I dedicate this album to them.”
Just after midnight on Sunday night, August 26, the flag flying above the White House was hoisted back to full staff.
Earlier Monday, the White House flag had returned to its regular position even as other flags around Washington – including at the US Capitol – remained in the half-staff mourning position. But on Monday afternoon, August 27, the White House once again lowered the flag to half-staff and Trump, in his statement said he “signed a proclamation to fly the flag of the United States at half-staff until the day of his interment.”
Drumpf has been mocked for forgetting the colors of the American flag during a visit to a children’s hospital this weekend.
In pictures posted by Mr. Azar on Twitter, Drumpf fills in one of the stripes on the star-spangled banner with a blue felt-tip pen.
Eva Igo who ended Season 1 of World of Dance as Runner Up, losing the final spot to Les Twins is back again to show the world what else she got. And I gotta say, her very first performance will get everyone else scared cuz she definitely came prepared for more.
~World of Dance 2018~
Qualifiers Full Performance
~~Published on Jul 17, 2018~~
The duo marInspired tells a story through dance to “Issues” by Julia Michaels.
~World of Dance 2018~
~~Alisa & Joseph~~
Qualifiers Full Performance
~~Published on Jul 17, 2018~~
These dancers tell their love story to “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King.