“Don’t worry about that baby – I love babies,” the Republican candidate said, to the mother of a baby that had started crying during his stump speech. “I love babies. I hear that baby crying, I like it. What a baby, what a beautiful baby. Don’t worry, don’t worry. The mom’s running around, like, don’t worry about it, you know? It’s young and beautiful and healthy and that’s what we want.”The audience laughed and clapped politely.Later, when the baby continued crying, however, Trump was a little rougher.“Actually, I was only kidding – you can get the baby out of here,” Trump said firmly. “That’s all right, don’t worry. I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I’m speaking. That’s OK. People don’t understand. That’s OK.”
The “spy vs. spy” saga between the US and China has been escalated in recent years, with both countries trading accusations of clandestine attempts to steal sensitive information — from the arrest of an ex-NASA contractor to the conviction of two men for stealing Oreo’s precious recipe. Last year, the US charged six Chinese nationals with economic espionage. Meanwhile, to help catch agents operating inside its country, China has enlisted help from the masses with a nationwide hotline.
In my last interview with Mossi, in All for Peace, he asked me what seemed a provocative question, knowing well he didn’t have the intention to provoke when he said: I am meeting your president next week, what do you want me to tell him? While trying to make the question more appropriate with my sense of reaction, Mossi, ended asking me what would I want to tell the president, and to make the discussion less serious he said: what would you do if you were the president.
Regardless the Q and A game that took place, what continued to irritate me was the fact the Mossi, the Israeli, can meet the president and I, the Palestinian cannot.
I forgot about it, and I saw today on the news headlines talking about the meeting of the president with a delegation from Meretz. At the beginning I felt the same stirring…
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