President-elect Donald Trump said Saturday on Twitter that the United States should let China keep the US Navy’s unmanned underwater glider that it seized in the South China Sea.”We should tell China that we don’t want the drone they stole back- let them keep it!” Trump tweeted a few hours after the US military announced it had reached an understanding with China for the return of the underwater glider.
The neo-Nazi group barricaded themselves in the steeple of the Lutheran church on Friday at 6:40 p.m. (1740 UTC), Dortmund police said in a statement.They hung a banner from the tower parapet, lit flares and shouted right-wing slogans down at the bustling Christmas market crowd below using a megaphone. The neo-Nazi group also appeared to light fireworks from the steeple in a picture circulating on social media.Police used force to break through the barricade with the help of Dortmund’s fire department and ended the illegal occupation, a police statement said.Authorities also took action against other far-right extremists who were gathered around the outside of the church, some of whom were passing out flyers.Eight of the right-wing extremists in the church tower, who were already known to police, were arrested but later let go from police detention.
So, China’s navy seized an unmanned underwater vehicle belong to the United States navy in the South China Sea, and what does one do as president-elect of the United States? Donald Trump, as he usually does, took to Twitter on Saturday but had to delete his tweet when he found it going viral for all the wrong reasons.”China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters – rips it out of water and takes it to China in unpresidented [sic] act,” wrote the property tycoon, apparently without consulting his spellcheck.Trump did not delete the tweet until an hour later, replacing it with a new post that included a correct spelling of the word ‘unprecedented’. By then, however, #unpresidented had become the top trending topic on Twitter as critics skewered the soon-to-be 45th president of the United States for the unintentionally punny misspelling.
Towards eleven o’clock: Mrs. Stone and I went to bed.Three quarters of an hour later, as the liner was cruising at full speed, a terrifying shock threw us out of bed.We were intending to find out what was happening, when a passing officer told us “It is nothing, return to your cabin.” I answered “Listen to that loud noise, it sounds like water is flowing into the ship.”Upon our return to the cabin I saw that our [female] neighbor from across the passageway had gone back to bed.Her daughter arrived in a panic, yelling “Mommy, quick quick, get up it’s very serious.”I helped Mrs. Stone to dress, she took her lifebelt and told me “come quickly.”I was trembling, and still in my dressing gown, I took a coat, my lifebelt, and followed her on deck.