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venice restaurant bill outrages japanese tourists


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption from mouth-watering steak to eye-watering bill in venice the mayor of venice has voiced outrage over the €1,100 (£970; $1,347) bill that four japanese tourists say they had to pay for four steaks, a plate of fried fish, water and service.the four students complained to police after getting the eye-watering bill at a restaurant near st mark's square.three women with them chose another restaurant - but even they ended up paying €350 for three plates of seafood pasta, italian media report.the mayor has vowed to get justice."we will thoroughly examine this episode, we'll check to see if the complaint was made properly," mayor luigi brugnaro tweeted. "if this disgraceful episode is confirmed, we'll do all we can to punish those responsible. we are for ju






this new italian restaurant in venice has a temperature-controlled pasta laborat


from a new italian restaurant in venice to a celebrity sushi favorite in orange county, here’s what’s happening in the food and drink world:mangia, mangia: felix, a new italian restaurant by chef evan funke (formerly of the late bucato in culver city), is now open in the former joe’s restaurant space on abbot kinney boulevard. the restaurant, whose name means “happy” or “lucky” in latin, has an open kitchen with a wood-fired pizza oven and tuscan grill. there’s also a temperature-controlled pasta laboratory where diners can watch funke’s pasta being made, all 18 to 20 different kinds of them. funke collaborated with owner/partner janet zuccarini (owner of gusto 54) and designer wendy haworth on the design of the more than 100-seat restaurant. 1023 abbot kinney blvd., venice, (424) 387-8622






venice italy police raids bust up alleged terrorist cell


italian police said thursday that they had dismantled terrorist cell in operating out of the historical center of venice, arresting three men in raids on 12 homes in the city.a statement released by the police said the raids disrupted a jihadist organization and that investigators had “identified individuals, relationships, religious radicalization, and places where they met.”  a fourth person, a minor, was also detained in the overnight raids. all of those in custody were nationals of kosovo with italian residence permits.at a news conference later thursday, the proseuctor for venice said one of the men was caught on a phone intercept proposing the group bomb the famous rialto bridge. the rialto bridge in venice, italy. ap venice prosecutor adelchi d’ippolito said a search of a venice apa






at venice biennale, american artist engages social issues


venice, italy — mark bradford has his feet in two worlds: social engagement and producing art. often they mix, as at the 57th venice biennale where he is representing the united states.his biennale show, "tomorrow is another day," examines both allegorically and autobiographically what it is to be marginalized, part of a trend at the biennale of artists engaging with communities on the fringe.but it is more than that for bradford. alongside his biennale show, the los angeles-based artist is launching a six-year collaboration with a venice non-profit that provides employment opportunities at a local prison. his project, an extension of programs in los angeles with foster children and engagements in other cities where he's produced art, involves helping female inmates make artisanal products






venice italy police raids bust up alleged terrorist cell


italian police said thursday that they had dismantled terrorist cell in operating out of the historical center of venice, arresting three men in raids on 12 homes in the city.a statement released by the police said the raids disrupted a jihadist organization and that investigators had “identified individuals, relationships, religious radicalization, and places where they met.”  a fourth person, a minor, was also detained in the overnight raids. all of those in custody were nationals of kosovo with italian residence permits.the police gave no further information on the raids, but were planning to give a news conference later thursday morning. venice hosts an estimated 20 million international tourists every year, including thousands of americans.






at venice biennale, american artist engages social issues


venice, italy (ap) — mark bradford has his feet in two worlds: social engagement and producing art. often they mix, as at the 57th venice biennale where he is representing the united states.his biennale show, “tomorrow is another day,” examines both allegorically and autobiographically what it is to be marginalized, part of a trend at the biennale of artists engaging with communities on the fringe.but it is more than that for bradford. alongside his biennale show, the los angeles-based artist is launching a six-year collaboration with a venice non-profit that provides employment opportunities at a local prison. his project, an extension of programs in los angeles with foster children and engagements in other cities where he’s produced art, involves helping female inmates make artisanal pro






venice italy police raids bust up alleged terrorist cell


italian police said thursday that they had dismantled terrorist cell in operating out of the historical center of venice, arresting three men in raids on 12 homes in the city.a statement released by the police said the raids disrupted a jihadist organization and that investigators had “identified individuals, relationships, religious radicalization, and places where they met.”  a fourth person, a minor, was also detained in the overnight raids. all of those in custody were nationals of kosovo with italian residence permits.at a news conference later thursday, the proseuctor for venice said one of the men was caught on a phone intercept proposing the group bomb the famous rialto bridge. venice prosecutor adelchi d’ippolito said a search of a venice apartment showed the suspects were getting






katsu ramen, aurora – the denver post


business: katsu ramenaddress: 1930 s havana st #4hours: mon-thur., 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.;fri.-sat. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.,;sun. 4:30 to 9 p.m.founded: 2015contact: 303-751-2222employees: 8interview with chang lee, manager q: how did you get involved in this business?a: the owner, masumi higo, is japanese, and so is my wife. they have been friends for a long time, and she and i co-manage the restaurant. they are both from tokyo originally. in japan, ramen is a really popular food. it’s very casual, and each region of japan has different flavors. in denver, we were looking for a good japanese ramen restaurant, but we couldn’t really find an authentic style anywhere. there are a lot of sushi and teriyaki restaurants, but we didn’t find authentic japanese ramen. we find them pretty easily in l.a. o






mcdonald’s plans to tear down des plaines museum next month


the mcdonald’s museum in des plaines, a replica of ray kroc’s first restaurant, is slated to be torn down next month, the world’s largest burger chain said monday.kroc, considered by the company to be the founder of the modern chain, built his first restaurant in 1955 after franchising the brand from the original owners, richard and maurice mcdonald. the des plaines restaurant was torn down in 1984, the same year kroc died. the mcdonald’s store no. 1 museum opened the next year, with the original restaurant’s sign out front.the museum was a popular destination for tourists over the years, with thousands of visitors stopping in to see the red-and-white tiled mock-up restaurant complete with a mannequin crew and original milkshake mixers, grills, fryers and other memorabilia on display.repea






mcdonald’s plans to tear down des plaines museum next month


the mcdonald’s museum in des plaines, a replica of ray kroc’s first restaurant, is slated to be torn down next month, the world’s largest burger chain said monday.kroc, considered by the company to be the founder of the modern chain, built his first restaurant in 1955 after franchising the brand from the original owners, richard and maurice mcdonald. the des plaines restaurant was torn down in 1984, the same year kroc died. the mcdonald’s store no. 1 museum opened the next year, with the original restaurant’s sign out front.the museum was a popular destination for tourists over the years, with thousands of visitors stopping in to see the red-and-white tiled mock-up restaurant complete with a mannequin crew and original milkshake mixers, grills, fryers and other memorabilia on display.repea






sushi in pyongyang: japanese chef opens rare restaurant


pyongyang, north korea (ap) — sushi in pyongyang? at a restaurant run by a japanese sushi chef famous for working for north korea’s late leader kim jong il?kenji fujimoto has opened his sushi restaurant in the north korean capital, according to canadian michael spavor, a consultant with a long record of working in the communist state. he was involved with nba star denis rodman’s trips to north korea, and the two spent days with north korean leader kim jong un, who succeeded his father after his death in 2011.spavor said he was introduced to fujimoto just last year, when he learnt about the chef’s plans to open a restaurant in pyongyang and tried to track it down early this year.“i was quite excited, because i’d heard quite a lot about him,” spavor said. “so one day, for lunch, we met up, a






japanese restaurant, komatsu, closes on may 19


after 40 years serving japanese cuisine in campbell’s water tower plaza, komatsu will close its doors on may 19.the restaurant at 300 orchard city drive is tucked in a corner near the downtown light rail station, the bar khartoum and a few offices.harry komatsu opened the restaurant in 1977 and owned it until his retirement in 2003. the following year, ken and nancy lin took over and made few changes to the restaurant aside from an expanded menu and a smaller staff.the lins said they have spent every day in the restaurant since they took over ownership, with ken cooking the meals and nancy as hostess and server. even their two adult children have served in the establishment.“it’s for family fun,” nancy said, adding she’s been able to work peacefully with her husband of 33 years.“customers






sushi in pyongyang: japanese chef opens rare restaurant


pyongyang, north korea — sushi in pyongyang? at a restaurant run by a japanese sushi chef famous for working for north korea's late leader kim jong il?kenji fujimoto has opened his sushi restaurant in the north korean capital, according to canadian michael spavor, a consultant with a long record of working in the communist state. he was involved with nba star denis rodman's trips to north korea, and the two spent days with north korean leader kim jong un, who succeeded his father after his death in 2011.spavor said he was introduced to fujimoto just last year, when he learnt about the chef's plans to open a restaurant in pyongyang and tried to track it down early this year."i was quite excited, because i'd heard quite a lot about him," spavor said. "so one day, for lunch, we met up, and we






venice's first female gondolier announces he's transgender


rome — a gondolier who made headlines a decade ago for being the first woman to enter the male-dominated cadre of venice's canal rowers has announced he is transgender.alex hai made the revelation wednesday on facebook and in a lengthy interview on radiolab.he wrote: "it is inaccurate to refer to me as 'she' or 'alexandra' for any reason."hai won a legal battle in 2007 and became the first official female gondolier to row tourists around the lagoon city.in the facebook post, hai said he had mastered rowing "while in the body of a woman." but he said he was not a woman "and the struggle of feminism is not my personal struggle. i simply want to do the work i'm passionate about."






venice’s first female gondolier announces he’s transgender


rome — a gondolier who made headlines a decade ago for being the first woman to enter the male-dominated cadre of venice’s canal rowers has announced he is transgender.alex hai made the revelation wednesday on facebook and in a lengthy interview on radiolab.he wrote: “it is inaccurate to refer to me as ‘she’ or ‘alexandra’ for any reason.”hai won a legal battle in 2007 and became the first official female gondolier to row tourists around the lagoon city.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.in the facebook post, hai said he had mastered rowing “while in the body of a woman.” but he said he was not a woman, “and the struggle of feminism is not my personal struggle. i simply want to do the work i’m passionate about.”






venice’s first female gondolier announces he’s transgender


rome (ap) — an italian gondolier who made headlines a decade ago for being the first woman to enter the male-dominated cadre of venice’s canal rowers has announced he is transgender.alex hai made the revelation wednesday on facebook and in a lengthy interview on radiolab.he wrote: “it is inaccurate to refer to me as ‘she’ or ‘alexandra’ for any reason.”hai won a legal battle in 2007 and became the first official female gondolier to row tourists around the lagoon city.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.in the facebook post, hai said he had mastered rowing “while in the body of a woman.” but he said he was not a woman “and the struggle of feminism is not my personal struggle. i simply want to do the work i’m passionate about.”






bill murray to open 'caddyshack' restaurant near chicago / boing boing


by the end of the year, bill murray and his five brothers are set to open a 6,000-sq. ft caddyshack-themed restaurant near their illinois hometown of wilmette. the new restaurant will be located in rosemont, a village just north of chicago. interestingly, it's not the brother's first eating establishment. in 2001, the six murray brothers -bill, andy, brian, ed, johnny and joel- opened the inaugural murray bros. caddyshack restaurant in st. augustine, florida. rolling stone reports: bill's older brother brian doyle-murray wrote the classic movie, which stars bill as carl spackler, the loveably messed-up greenskeeper who's in constant hot pursuit of an elusive, mischievous gopher. brian found inspiration for the film when he worked as a caddy at indian hill club in winnetka. its flagship res






bill's cafe expands to san jose's berryessa area


the zafiris family has brought its “benedictions” — that’s bill’s cafe lingo for eggs benedict — to san jose’s berryessa neighborhood.and more bill’s are on the way.the popular brunch establishment has opened a sleek new location at 1700 newbury park drive near king road, with customer spots available in a parking garage next door.it’s the eighth restaurant for the growing company, in business in willow glen since 1977. next up will be another san jose restaurant and the first bill’s in fremont.that san jose one will be located at 5124 stevens creek blvd. near and the fremont cafe will take over one of that city’s a-framed restaurant buildings on fremont boulevard near the fremont hub, our colleague joseph geha reports, with a spring opening planned.details: all bill’s cafes are open for b






kosovars heard proposing bomb on venice's rialto bridge


rome — italian police have arrested three kosovans in the city of venice and said one was caught on a phone intercept proposing they bomb the rialto bridge. a minor was also detained.venice prosecutor adelchi d'ippolito said a search of a venice apartment showed the suspects were getting in physical shape and watching videos of islamic extremists on how to carry out knife attacks.a phone intercept caught one saying: "you'll go straight to paradise because of all the infidels in venice. put a bomb on the rialto." it wasn't clear if the reference was bluster or indicated an imminent threat.the 16th century rialto is one of venice's iconic tourist draws, spanning the grand canal and featuring small shops on either side of the steps of the arched bridge.italian police have made several arrests






new north carolina restaurant deluged by $300,000 water bill


charlotte, n.c. — two brothers launching a new restaurant in north carolina found themselves deluged by a $308,000 water bill. but now their water worries are over.the charlotte observer reported (http://bit.ly/2rvimke) that faraz and faisal syed received the enormous bill in march, about two months before the lazeez mediterranean grill had opened in that city. they say it covered just 13 days of service.the brothers had the restaurant checked by a plumber and there were no leaks. they also say water was cut off three times before service was restored wednesday, two weeks after the restaurant had opened.charlotte water spokesman cam coley wouldn't discuss specifics of what had happened, but says the issue had been resolved. coley said it sometimes takes weeks or months to resolve billing i






a boy and a horse hit the road in ‘lean on pete’ at venice


venice, italy (ap) — it’s a rule of cinema that a movie about a boy and a horse will tug at the heartstrings.venice film festival entry “lean on pete” is no exception. andrew haigh’s drama is about charley, a lonely 15-year-old boy who befriends a tired old racehorse and sets out on a perilous journey across the american west.the movie is set in a contemporary working-class america of motels, diners and grubby racetracks, but haigh says it also has “almost a fable-esque element about it.”haigh says that like his movie, “traditional folk tales are set in very bleak environments, often, but they have a slight beauty to them at the same time.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“lean on pete” has its premiere friday in venice, where it’s among 21 films competing for the






is all not well between farhan akhtar and the fakir of venice makers?


is all not well between farhan akhtar and the fakir of venice makers?farhan akhtar's acting debut wasn't originally going to be rock on but a smaller-budget film titled the fakir of venice. while the film never saw the light of day back then, it is all set to release next month. but there's a hiccup. lead actor farhan is surprisingly mum about the project. a source from the team claims the actor isn't even responding to the makers."the makers have been trying to get in touch with farhan for a while but in vain. he may be busy with other commitments, but they are hoping to receive a reply at least," he revealed. however, the film's director surapur had a different story to tell. he said, “farhan and i go back a long way. he has always been supportive of my endeavours.” he even said they mig






frances mcdormand scorches in 'three billboards' at venice


venice, italy — frances mcdormand is a righteous fury — and a strong contender for an oscar — in the witty, visceral and violent "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri."the actress wowed journalists at film's first venice film festival screening with her performance as a bereaved mother who resorts to drastic action in an attempt to bring her daughter's killer to justice.woody harrelson and sam rockwell also star in the story of small-town anger by writer-director martin mcdonagh, who made the similarly punchy "in bruges.""three billboards" has its world premiere monday in venice, where it is one of 21 films competing for the golden lion prize.the winner will be announced at the festival's closing ceremony on saturday.






from the archives: influx of homeless angers venice residents


in 1987, the number of homeless people living on the beaches in venice soared. on aug. 9, 1987, staff writer george stine reported in a front page los angeles times story:angry venice beach residents and merchants, alarmed at an influx of homeless — some drawn by free food and more tolerant law enforcement, others rousted by the crackdown on downtown's skid row — are demanding tougher policing and accusing city hall of official neglect.a group of neighbors who charge that the police have adopted a "hands-off" policy toward the homeless — a charge the police deny — gathered 1,000 signatures on a three-page open letter in less than a month."the local police ... have been told not to do anything," the letter says. " ... these people know that the police have a 'hands-off' policy ... and are t






frances mcdormand scorches in ‘three billboards’ at venice


venice, italy (ap) — frances mcdormand is a righteous fury — and a strong contender for an oscar — in the witty, visceral and violent “three billboards outside ebbing, missouri.”the actress wowed journalists at film’s first venice film festival screening with her performance as a bereaved mother who resorts to drastic action in an attempt to bring her daughter’s killer to justice.woody harrelson and sam rockwell also star in the story of small-town anger by writer-director martin mcdonagh, who made the similarly punchy “in bruges.”“three billboards” has its world premiere monday in venice, where it is one of 21 films competing for the golden lion prize.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the winner will be announced at the festival’s closing ceremony on saturday.






bill murray and his brothers to open caddyshack restaurant in rosemont


bill murray and his siblings are set to open a restaurant in rosemont dedicated to "caddyshack," the classic movie featuring a vengeful greenskeeper and a devious gopher. so they've got that going for them, which is nice. murray bros. caddyshack restaurant, which first announced a tentative plan for a chicagoland restaurant late last year, has inked a deal to open at the crowne plaza chicago o'hare hotel & convention center in rosemont. the restaurant is scheduled to open in december and will feature seating for 265 people. it will be open daily for lunch and dinner and employ about 100 people. the six murray brothers (bill, andy, brian doyle, ed, johnny and joel) and their three sisters (nancy, laura and peggy) grew up in wilmette "and all agree that rosemont is close enough," they joked






bill murray and his brothers to open caddyshack restaurant in rosemont


bill murray and his siblings are set to open a restaurant in rosemont dedicated to "caddyshack," the classic movie featuring a vengeful greenskeeper and a devious gopher.so they've got that going for them, which is nice.murray bros. caddyshack restaurant, which first announced a tentative plan for a chicagoland restaurant late last year, has inked a deal to open at the crowne plaza chicago o'hare hotel & convention center in rosemont. the restaurant is scheduled to open in december and will feature seating for 265 people. it will be open daily for lunch and dinner and employ about 100 people.the six murray brothers (bill, andy, brian doyle, ed, johnny and joel) and their three sisters (nancy, laura and peggy) grew up in wilmette "and all agree that rosemont is close enough," they joked in






this koreatown sushi restaurant has flying squid, and a $60 omakase


name of restaurant: sushi one or sushi hitotsu, which is restaurant shorthand for “one for the sushi bar.” the restaurant has been open for a little more than a year.who’s cooking: chef-owner in wook chun, though he goes by his japanese name, hitoshi. he’s half-korean, half-japanese, was raised in glendale, and is now the owner of a koreatown sushi bar. he’s worked at restaurants across greater los angeles, includuing kanda sushi in thousand oaks, and club 33, the exclusive restaurant inside disneyland; he’s also cooked at pinot bistro, hamasaku, and gonpachi in beverly hills, where he became executive chef. sushi one is very much his show — he does the shopping every morning, and mans the sushi bar every day except sunday.where you are: on the same block as here’s looking at you. the spac






bill murray and his brothers to open caddyshack restaurant in rosemont


bill murray and his siblings are set to open a restaurant in rosemont dedicated to "caddyshack," the classic movie featuring a vengeful greenskeeper and a devious gopher.so they've got that going for them, which is nice.murray bros. caddyshack restaurant, which first announced a tentative plan for a chicagoland restaurant late last year, has inked a deal to open at the crowne plaza chicago o'hare hotel & convention center in rosemont. the restaurant is scheduled to open in december and will feature seating for 265 people. it will be open daily for lunch and dinner and employ about 100 people.the six murray brothers (bill, andy, brian doyle, ed, johnny and joel) and their three sisters (nancy, laura and peggy) grew up in wilmette "and all agree that rosemont is close enough," they joked in






woman 'almost crashed car' when snake slithered from vent


venice, fla. — something more than air came slithering out of a car vent in florida.monica dorsett says she "almost crashed her car" when a red rat snake crawled out the air conditioner vent as she drove down a highway in venice.dorsett tells fox 13 (http://bit.ly/2ma0zzy ) she was in traffic on march 10 when she saw the snake slither out of the vent to the left of her steering wheel. she cut across two lanes and stopped in a parking lot.she says she slammed the door with the snake half in and half out. her husband then opened the door and the snake fell to the ground. she says he "euthanized" it.venice is about 210 miles (340 kilometers) northwest of miami.






venice film festival offers grit, glamour and george clooney


venice, italy — the venice film festival is kicking off the fall cinema season with searing drama, serious glamour and a crop of new movies vying for attention, awards and acclaim.the world's oldest cinema festival is a key showcase for films hoping to dominate hollywood's awards season. in recent years, venice has been a launch-pad for oscar winners including "birdman," ''spotlight" and "la la land."this year's edition opens with alexander payne's "downsizing," a science fiction-tinged drama starring matt damon as a man who hopes to minimize his problems by shrinking himself.other films competing for the festival's golden lion prize include george clooney-directed heist movie "suburbicon"; guillermo del toro's fantastical "the shape of water" and darren aronofsky's secrecy-shrouded thrill






japanese restaurant kaiyo replaces jane cafe in mineola


kaiyo, a japanese restaurant, has opened where jane café was in mineola. photo credit: kaiyo by erica [email protected] @erica_marcus december 17, 2017 9:31 am print see commentsshare share tweet share emailkaiyo has a tough act to follow in mineola. the week-old japanese restaurant has taken over the downtown spot previously occupied by jane cafe. for more than 10 years, jane served sushi and japanese kitchen dishes, but cognoscenti knew that this modest spot was also a gold mine for korean cooking.kaiyo’s owner, first-time restaurateur lisa bong, is well-versed in the vagaries of long island dining, having been a waitress at the popular sushi chain kotobuki (locations in roslyn, babylon and hauppauge). she and her husband (formerly a sushi chef at sushi mike’s in dobbs ferry






uk tourist in venice hands big euro find to police


image caption a view of rialto bridge - a tourist hot spot in venice arriving in venice at the weekend on a holiday in italy, a 67-year-old british woman discovered a plastic bag containing €2,700 (£2,400; $3,200).instead of pocketing the surprise windfall, she handed it in to the nearest police station she could find and is now being feted by local media.the londoner, who has not been named, found the money in the areas near the rio dei tre ponti canal.police told italian media the money might be linked to criminal activity.the woman was on the last leg of a tour taking in naples, rome and florence, according to local website la nuova di venezia, when she spotted the cash at around 21:00 (19:00 gmt) on saturday night.will venice be loved to death?thieves target venice shop with smoke bomb






"tokyo bon" is a hilarious song about "japanglish" in japan


some writing is just so clever that you have to sit an awe as the words wash over you. this song is one of those cases; you’ll want to watch this music video a few times, but don’t worry it’s entertaining enough to make it worthwhile. it plays of “japanglish”––the mixture of japanese and english––used by japanese people an tourists alike to communicate. the video itself is also hilarious, and deserves the same level of popularity as “gangam style.”full story at youtube.more about japan. posted by josh urich






del toro’s ‘the shape of water’ makes waves in venice


venice, italy (ap) — guillermo del toro’s fantastical vision has beguiled viewers at the venice film festival.the mexican director’s new film, “the shape of water,” is part monster movie, part thriller, part hollywood musical. some critics are calling it del toro’s best film since “pan’s labyrinth” in 2006.sally hawkins plays a mute cleaner at a mysterious lab who befriends a scaly sea creature at the center of a cold war battle between the u.s. and the soviet union.the daily telegraph calls it “an honest-to-god b-movie blood-curdler that’s also, somehow, a shimmeringly earnest and boundlessly beautiful melodrama.” london’s evening standard says it’s “a treat if you believe in fairy tales.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the film has its premiere thursday in venic






japanese grammar test download


download download the japanese grammar test application helps you test your japanese grammar level based on curriculum minna no nihongo. with 8 level, you can easily test your knowledge about japanese grammar. of course this list is a simplified grammar, and is meant to be only an introduction to the grammar points presented. japanese grammar test very easy to use and learn japanese. please take it and enjoy your japanese learning life.






may’s mission to woo trump a success, but makes some uneasy


washington (ap) — prime minister theresa may went to washington, and president donald trump extended the hand of friendship. literally.may left washington after a 24-hour visit as urday’s british newspapers splashed front-page p os of the two leaders touching hands as they walked at the white house before a strikingly collegial news conference.may wanted her meeting, trump’s first as president with a foreign leader, to revitalize the trans-atlantic “special relationship.” she got her wish — delighting those who think trump’s presidency will be good for britain but alarming others who loathe the brash republican populist.she goes home — after a stop in turkey urday to meet president recep tayyip erdogan — with trump’s promise to seek an early trade deal with britain once it leaves the europ