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trump prepares to lift limits on military gear for police


cleve r. wootson jr., mark berman police leaders across the country moved quickly to distance themselves from — or to outright condemn — president trump's statements about "roughing up" people who've been arrested. the swift public denunciations came as departments are under intense pressure to stamp out brutality and excessive... (cleve r. wootson jr., mark berman)






we should all condemn trump for his statements


january 17, 2018, 1:00 am on this martin luther king day, i am astounded that the us navy would name fleet logistics support ships for the arguably minor civil rights advocates caesar chavez, harvey milk and rep. john lewis, but none named for the great leader whose contributions we commemorated monday. robert c. whitten commander, us navy reserve (ret.) cupertino   submit your letter to the...






fact check: false statements on russia from the trump team


recapping instances in which trump administration and campaign officials made statements about issues concerning russia that turned out not to be true.        






maher scorches republicans who condemn ‘president-what-the-f*ck’s’ tweets but st


comedian bill maher went straight to the meat of the feud between president donald trump and “morning joe” hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski: the extortion. the reason that trump had his staff reach out to the msnbc hosts was to try to blackmail them into more favorable coverage by killing a story about their personal relationships. “you can never be too rich to be white trash,” maher began the segment attacking trump. the second piece of the attack for maher was that trump should probably not go after someone’s appearance given that he looks like “a fat old man with orange face paint, pretending to be a blond at the age of 71.”“mika brzezinski!” maher said imitating trump. “‘you do crazy things to delay aging!’ says the man who glues dryer lint to his head.”watch the opener below:






maher scorches republicans who condemn ‘president-what-the-f*ck’s’ tweets but st


comedian bill maher went straight to the meat of the feud between president donald trump and “morning joe” hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski: the extortion. the reason that trump had his staff reach out to the msnbc hosts was to try to blackmail them into more favorable coverage by killing a story about their personal relationships. “you can never be too rich to be white trash,” maher began the segment attacking trump. the second piece of the attack for maher was that trump should probably not go after someone’s appearance given that he looks like “a fat old man with orange face paint, pretending to be a blond at the age of 71.”“mika brzezinski!” maher said intimidating trump. “‘you do crazy things to delay aging!’ says the man who glues dryer lint to his head.”watch the opener bel






in speech to muslim leaders, trump to condemn 'islamist extremism'


trump's softer language in describing the origins of terror are an attempt to 'change the conversation'        






g-7 source: us gets more time for climate pact answer


taormina, sicily (ap) — seven wealthy democracies have reached a deal at their annual summit to give the trump administration time to say whether the united states plans to stay in the paris climate agreement, a person familiar with the talks said saturday.six members of the group of seven plan to stick with their standing endorsement of the 2015 paris deal to fight climate change by reining in greenhouse gas emissions and await a decision from the u.s., said the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the matter before the formal g-7 announcement.u.s. president donald trump says he’ll make a final decision next week on the paris climate accord. trump’s surprise announcement, in the form of a tweet on the final day of his lengthy international trip, comes after he declined t






trump’s tweets are considered ‘official statements’ by the white house


white house press secretary sean spicer on tuesday asserted that president donald trump’s tweets are considered “official” white house statements.during tuesday’s white house press briefing, spicer was asked if the white house considered trump’s tweets to be “official statements.”“the president is the president of the united states so they are considered official statements by the president of the united states,” spicer insisted. the press secretary also suggested that trump was not worried about his tweets being used during supreme court arguments about a plan to ban muslim travelers from some countries. “the court should follow the law,” he said. “there’s no question that we should prevail.”watch the video below.






news daily: trump's climate call


global dismay at us climate deal pullouteuropean leaders, businesses and the un condemn president trump's decision.2 june 2017






trump's unhinged tweeting got him elected, and it's costing him in court, bigly


trump went full berzerker last night after a judge in hawaii shut down his new muslim ban before it could go into effect, but he's only got himself to blame. report this ad the judge ruled primarily on the basis of public statements that trump and his surrogates made during the campaign and afterward, in which they promised to enact an immigration policy that would ban muslims from entering the usa, a religious test that plainly violates the first amendment. the trump administration lost the first round of court battles over the ban, and went back to the drawing board to create a new ban that they hoped could credibly pass constitutional muster, but the judge, on examining trump's own statements, concluded that this was just a figleaf intended to cover up the same religious test. trump dis






video: daca recipients and supporters condemn trump decision


hundreds of people took to the streets in minneapolis following the trump administration's announcement that they would be revoking the daca program. by mark vancleave september 6, 2017 — 7:55am






news daily: saudi arabia condemns trump on jerusalem, and brexit latest


saudis condemn us shift on jerusaleminternational criticism grows over donald trump's move to recognise jerusalem as israel's capital.7 december 2017






maxine waters says trump is a ‘lying, indecent’ man


after recently telling some 211,000 followers to “get ready” for president donald trump’s impeachment, rep. maxine waters, d-calif., took to twitter once again to blast the commander in chief. waters hasn’t been shy about using her social media to condemn policies and laws proposed by the trump administration. “trump is a lying, indecent man who has…






g-7 source: us gets more time for climate pact answer


taormina, sicily (ap) — seven wealthy democracies have reached a deal at their annual summit to give the trump administration time to say whether the united states plans to stay in the paris climate agreement, a person familiar with the talks said saturday.six members of the group of seven would stick with their standing endorsement of the 2015 paris deal to rein in greenhouse gas emissions and await a decision from the u.s., said the source who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the matter before the formal announcement.the source said that g-7 members were still wrestling over a statement on trade and whether it would condemn protectionism, as previous group statements have. the last g-7 meeting in ise-shima, japan in 2016 agreed to “fight all forms of protectionism,” or the use






g-7 source: us gets more time on in-out climate pact answer


taormina, sicily (ap) — seven wealthy democracies have reached a deal at their annual summit to give the trump administration time to tell them whether the united states plans to stay in the paris climate agreement, a source close to the summit said saturday.six members of the group of seven would stick with their endorsement of the 2015 paris deal to rein in greenhouse gas emissions and await a decision from the u.s., said the source who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the matter before the formal announcement.the source added that g-7 members were still wrestling over a statement on trade and whether it would condemn protectionism, as previous group statements have. the last g-7 meeting in ise-shima, japan in 2016 agreed to “fight all forms of protectionism,” or the use of imp






seahawks respond to trump’s comments on nfl protests: ‘these issues need to come


the seahawks on saturday night released a statement supporting the right of their players to protest.in the wake of comments from president donald trump critical of the nfl and the right of players to protest, the seahawks on saturday night released a statement that owner paul allen portrayed as being “in support of our players.”the statement, which officially came from president peter mcloughlin, read: “we fully support our players’ use of their freedom of speech and peaceful action to highlight the existing racial and other divides in our country. our players completely respect the military and veterans of our country; however, they believe these issues need to come to the forefront.’’the statement came in response to statements trump made at a rally in huntsville, ala., on friday, when






watch: richard sherman calls on nfl owners to ‘speak up’ for nfl players in wake


richard sherman followed up with his criticism of trump's comments, and called on nfl owners to speak up and take action in a video for the players' tribune saturday.hours after responding to president trump’s statements against the nfl and players kneeling for the national anthem, richard sherman posted a video via the players’ tribune offering more thoughts on the situation.here’s what sherman had to say:“hmm. well, a very interesting time we are living in right now. we should be more focused on uniting our country and showing one another how similar we are and how amazing it is to live in this great country.trump vs. nfli think the comments from the president of the united state of america have been very divisive for a long time. and i think that it’s very interesting that he condemned






fact check: donald trump jr.’s evolving statements


we now know that trump jr., during the campaign, met with a russian lawyer offering information that was “part of russia and its government’s support for mr. trump.”        






hollywood stars slam trump on twitter for sheriff joe arpaio pardon


judd apatow, don cheadle and other stars take to twitter to condemn president trump's controversial pardon on friday.        






trump's speech sounded presidential, but he's still not


president donald trump gave a speech.that’s about the most honest analysis one can give of the president’s tuesday night address to a joint session of congress.he gave a speech. he didn’t fall down. he didn’t sound like the snarling, red-meat hurler we heard on the campaign trail and at his inauguration.and that was enough to convince some television pundits to declare the impossible had happened — trump had finally, on this night, become president.that’s not a smart take away. the man is and has been president, and while the implication was that he had finally come around to acting presidential, i’d argue his actions in the first month of his presidency and the many months before have spoken far louder than the measured tone he took tuesday night. they spoke louder, and seemingly in a dif






the latest: gop rep says trump is right to attack griffin


los angeles — the latest on kathy griffin (all times local):10:25 a.m.a republican party spokesman is attacking kathy griffin's press conference in which she said president donald trump and his family are targeting her over a controversial photo shoot.party spokesman michael reed says griffin is wrong to play the victim after she posed with the likeness of trump's bloody, severed head.reed says trump and his family have every right to condemn griffin, who apologized for the images but said friday she would continue to mock the president.griffin and her attorney accused trump and his family of trying to end the 56-year-old comedian's career and said the shoot was inspired by comments trump made about television journalist megyn kelly in 2015.reed says the press conference was an attempt for






former cia agent wants to buy twitter to kick trump off


during a white house speech on monday, president donald trump denounced racism as "evil" after facing two days of bipartisan criticism for declining to specifically condemn nazis and white supremacists following a violent rally charlottesville, va. after a non-specific response on saturday decrying... (christopher ingraham)






southern baptists condemn ‘alt-right’ white supremacy


in a nearly unanimous vote, southern baptist convention condemned wednesday the “alt-right” movement and passed a resolution affirming the denomination’s opposition to white supremacy. the vote took place on the second the day of the annual convention in phoenix, a day after the proposal to condemn “alt-right”, a movement that advocates white supremacy, divided convention leaders…






president trump wastes his power when he doesn't speak out on human rights abuse


for 40 years, the advancement of human rights around the globe has been a pillar of u.s. foreign policy.democratic and republican presidents alike have understood that the united states, as the most powerful democracy in the world, has the political wherewithal as well as the moral duty to call on other governments to respect human rights and condemn them when they fail to do so.but president trump, disturbingly and deliberately, has chosen to move away from that stance. this week, trump hosted at the white house egyptian president abdel fattah sisi — whose repression and unjust jailing of tens of thousands of political opponents, journalists and others (including some americans) cost him any chance of an invitation from former president obama. in advance of sisi’s visit, aides to trump sa






the latest: trump travel ban heard by federal appeals court


richmond, va. — the latest on a hearing before the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals on president donald trump's updated travel ban (all times local):11:45 a.m.president donald trump's retweets of anti-muslim videos has come under scrutiny during a federal appeals court hearing on the latest version of his travel ban.judges of the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals were asked friday to consider the president's nov. 29 retweeting of videos purporting to show muslims committing acts of violence as they debate whether to uphold a partial injunction against the ban issued by a maryland judge in october.a lawyer for groups challenging the travel ban told the judges that the president's retweeting of the videos, as well as other statements he's made about muslims, show that he has "doubled down"






trump's legal plan quite simple so far: fight, fight, fight


washington — president donald trump has given his legal team a clear direction: fight, fight, fight.that tactic from trump's lawyers and proxies has manifested itself in aggressively worded statements and television appearances aimed at warding off any legal threat from prosecutors — and persuading the american public the president isn't in legal jeopardy.but trump's attorneys, with their own unconventional backgrounds, face a challenging task — especially against seasoned lawyers working with former fbi director robert mueller. to make it more difficult, trump's statements threaten to undercut their work.it's too early to say for sure what legal strategy his lawyers will eventually settle on. but they seem prepared to paint mueller's investigative team as politically motivated and will li






mccain seems to swipe at trump with comment on vietnam 'bone spur' deferments


an emotional sen. john mccain, r-ariz., launched a thinly veiled critique of president donald trump's global stewardship monday night, using a notable award ceremony to condemn "people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems." mccain said that "some half-baked, spurious nationalism"... an emotional sen. john mccain, r-ariz., launched a thinly veiled critique of president donald trump's global stewardship monday night, using a notable award ceremony to condemn "people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems." mccain said that "some half-baked, spurious nationalism"... (paul kane)






nevada democrats condemn requiring el salvadorians to leave


las vegas (ap) — democrats in nevada are decrying the trump administration’s decision to end special protections for salvadoran immigrants, a move that will force nearly 200,000 people to leave the country by september 2019 or face deportation.representatives ruben kihuen, dina titus and jacky rosen condemned the decision in statements on monday, as did sen. catherine cortez masto.they say thousands of people from el salvador are living under temporary protected status in nevada.titus says they’re a vital part of the community and she’s co-sponsoring legislation to stop the change. rosen says she urged the administration to keep protections for immigrants, many of whom have been in the u.s. since 2001.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.masto says the decision to end






world leaders condemn donald trump’s ‘muslim ban’


european leaders, the united nations and international groups have condemned us president donald trump’s measures against refugees and travellers from several muslim-majority countries. the chorus of criticism e as p port holders from arab countries were blocked on urday from p ing through customs at us airports and others were prevented from boarding us-bound planes. trump on friday…






trump’s legal plan quite simple so far: fight, fight, fight


washington (ap) — president donald trump has given his legal team a clear direction: fight, fight, fight.that tactic from trump’s lawyers and proxies has manifested itself in aggressively worded statements and television appearances aimed at warding off any legal threat from prosecutors — and persuading the american public the president isn’t in legal jeopardy.but trump’s attorneys, with their own unconventional backgrounds, face a challenging task — especially against seasoned lawyers working with former fbi director robert mueller. to make it more difficult, trump’s statements threaten to undercut their work.it’s too early to say for sure what legal strategy his lawyers will eventually settle on. but they seem prepared to paint mueller’s investigative team as politically motivated and wi






anger over donald trump's uk crime tweet


image copyrightgetty imagesthe us president, donald trump, has been accused of fuelling hate crime with a tweet linking a rise in the uk crime rate to "radical islamic terror".he said: "just out report: 'united kingdom crime rises 13% annually amid spread of radical islamic terror.' not good, we must keep america safe!"the labour mp, yvette cooper, chair of the commons home affairs committee, said the statement was "inflammatory and ignorant".the home office declined to comment.reality check: is crime up or down? crime in england and wales went up by 13% in the 12 months to june, fuelled by a 26% increase in knife crime and a 19% increase in sexual offences, according to the latest figures, published on thursday.the number of homicides (cases of murder and manslaughter) increased by 46 to






morning joe worries trump’s ‘baffling’ defense of putin inations means he’d do t


at some point, msnbc’s joe scarborough said, the world must ume that president donald trump believes that it’s acceptable to inate or imprison journalists and political rivals.the “morning joe” host said trump’s repeated refusal to condemn vladimir putin’s brutal actions toward his critics and rivals must be considered approval.“if donald trump keeps being asked to criticize vladimir putin for inating journalists, and donald trump refuses to criticize vladimir putin for inating journalists, and say, well, we do it, too, in a sense, does that suggest that he thinks that it’s ok to inate journalists?” scarborough said. “does that suggest that it’s ok to jail political opponents, to inate political opponents?”trump told scarborough last year that he believed putin’s killing of journalists dem






'i totally condemn his actions'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare khalid masood, 52, has been identified by british officials as the man believed to be responsible for the london terrorist attacks. usa todaypolice officers and members of the public look at the floral tributes to the victims of the westminster attack placed outside the palace of westminster, london, monday march 27, 2017.(photo: matt dunham, ap) 8135 connectlinkedinemailmorelondon — the wife and mother of the terrorist who killed four people in a rampage near the houses of parliament in london last week condemned the attack tuesday.rohey hydara, the widow of khalid masood, and janet ajao, his mother, spoke of their shock at his actions in separate statements.masood, 52, a father-of-three, was previously known by names including adrian russell ajao. he changed






'i totally condemn his actions'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare khalid masood, 52, has been identified by british officials as the man believed to be responsible for the london terrorist attacks. usa todaypolice officers and members of the public look at the floral tributes to the victims of the westminster attack placed outside the palace of westminster, london, monday march 27, 2017.(photo: matt dunham, ap) 7335 connectlinkedinemailmorelondon — the wife and mother of the terrorist who killed four people in a rampage near the houses of parliament in london last week condemned the attack tuesday.rohey hydara, the widow of khalid masood, and janet ajao, his mother, spoke of their shock at his actions in separate statements.masood, 52, a father-of-three, was previously known by names including adrian russell ajao. he changed






'i totally condemn his actions'


closeskip in skipxembedxshare khalid masood, 52, has been identified by british officials as the man believed to be responsible for the london terrorist attacks. usa todaypolice officers and members of the public look at the floral tributes to the victims of the westminster attack placed outside the palace of westminster, london, monday march 27, 2017.(photo: matt dunham, ap) 6426 connectlinkedinemailmorelondon — the wife and mother of the terrorist who killed four people in a rampage near the houses of parliament in london last week condemned the attack tuesday.rohey hydara, the widow of khalid masood, and janet ajao, his mother, spoke of their shock at his actions in separate statements.masood, 52, a father-of-three, was previously known by names including adrian russell ajao. he changed






actor scott baio sets social media ablaze over brainerd yearbook's anti-trump en


brainerd high school is at the center of a social media storm set off by actor scott baio, the former “happy days” star and supporter of gop president donald trump.baio tweeted and posted on facebook a page from the school’s yearbook that was filled with criticism of trump by students. what set him off was one comment by a student that read, “i would like to behead him. i do not like him.”baio tweeted the yearbook page on friday morning, copying the president’s personal twitter account as well as those of the fbi, presidential spokeswoman kellyanne conway and fox news commentator sean hannity.by early afternoon, commenters were flooding the brainerd high school facebook page with angry criticism.one commenter said the student should be reported to homeland security and charged with terrori






betsy devos’ controversial statements on african-american colleges in the past


secretary of education betsy devos was booed and repeatedly interrupted by students wednesday during her commencement speech in bethune-cookman university, a historically black college in daytona beach, florida. the hostile reception for devos, who was one of president donald trump’s controversial cabinet choices, was mainly as a result of controversial statements she had made in the…