off his meds again…
- President and Sulzberger each say other is damaging America
- Rhetoric also criticized by Washington Post’s Marty Baron
Hours after saying he had a “very good meeting” with the publisher of the New York Times about his labelling the press the “enemy of the people”, Donald Trump launched a blistering attack on what he called “anti-Trump haters in the dying newspaper industry”.
“The failing New York Times and the Amazon Washington Post do nothing but write bad stories even on very positive achievements,” Trump wrote on Sunday afternoon. “And they will never change!”
Two men shot ‘indiscriminately’ in area popular with locals, police say, as city mayor calls for end to violence
Three people were killed and seven injured when two men opened fire into a large crowd outside a New Orleans strip mall on Saturday.
Police said the men shot “indiscriminately”, one with a rifle and the other with a handgun. According to the city police chief, Michael Harrison, the pair stood over one person and fired multiple shots before fleeing.
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The motor vessel Al Awda (The Return), traveling in international waters towards Palestinian waters, 49 nautical miles from the port in Gaza City, has been contacted by the Israeli Occupation Forces navy
everything he touches withers.
US president’s broken promises have ruined a fragile dune system in Aberdeenshire
The spectacular dunes system picked by Donald Trump for his golf resort in Aberdeenshire has been “partially destroyed” as a result of the course’s construction, documents released under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed.
Scottish Natural Heritage, which has been under pressure for years to speak out on the issue, now acknowledges that serious damage has been done to the site of special scientific interest (SSSI) at Foveran Links on the Menie estate, north of Aberdeen, since the course opened in 2012, the documents show.
How many times does he get to lie about not living up to his word on fixing immigration minus the useless wall?
- President tweets demand for Democratic co-operation
- Federal government has already shut down twice in 2018
Donald Trump said on Sunday he would allow the federal government to shut down if Democrats refuse to back major changes to immigration laws.
Related: Trump plans to rescind work permits for spouses of immigrants on H-1B visas