Monthly Archives: November, 2019
Thursday Italian police said that they had seized weapons and far-right propaganda material from the homes of 19 suspected extremists who were hoping to form a Nazi party in the country.
President Trump surprised troops and news outlets on Thanksgiving morning when he appeared in Afghanistan to thank troops for their service to the country and help serve a turkey dinner — but doing so required extreme security measures to ensure both safety and to prevent the word from getting out.
President Donald Trump has yet to make a recess appointment and would become the first president since William Henry Harrison, who died shortly after his inauguration, to end his term without making one.
A divisive leader drove the opposition to extreme measures. The political climate was toxic — with little civil debate or middle ground. The clash ended in a high-risk political showdown that captured the nation’s attention and shaped the next election.
According to the New York Times the FBI never tried to place undercover agents within the Trump campaign is yet another attempt to pre-spin Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s long-awaited report, former House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz said Thursday.
Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has been attacked and mocked before by his political opponents for being in a wheelchair, so it’s no surprise he had the perfect response this week when someone suggested his disability was caused by God.
Wednesday the US Navy said it would scrap plans to carry out reviews of three Navy SEALs that could have led to their ouster from the elite force, after President Donald Trump’s extraordinary intervention in a related case.
The Trump administration is moving to reduce its contribution to the NATO collective budget, dropping its total from providing 22% of NATO’s direct funding down to 16%, putting it more in line with Germany, which provides 14.8%.
Wednesday North Carolina Republican Congressman Mark Meadows said that new evidence surrounding House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Trump‘s July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelensky supports the White House’s argument that the probe is a “sham partisan process.”
A Texas teacher who lost her job after asking President Trump on Twitter to remove the “illegal students from Mexico” from her school has won an appeal to get her job back.