U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to fulfill his campaign promise to curtail the 2014 re-engagement deal between Washington and Havana, tightening pressure on Cuba and dashing the hopes of those who had hoped for a thaw in relations between the two neighbors. Continue reading “Trump to Reverse Cuba Policy, Reinstate ‘Regime Change’ Goals”
U.S singer Bob Dylan, who became the first song-writer to receive the Nobel Price for Litetarature, was taken by suprise when first knew he was selected by the Sweden Academy.
After he remained in silent for weeks, he said on Monday that “unlike literature his songs were meant to be sung not read and that they only needed to move people, not to make sense”.
The Swedish Academy’s decision to award last year’s prize for literature to Dylan, who had “created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition”, was criticized by some people that believed it was an unfair decision considering the mainstream writers of poetry and prose production.
On the past few months it seems like the world has turned up the “Trumplandia”, keeping up with the controversial actions -or suitable decisions for some power groups- of U.S president Donald Trump.
When he first presented his campaign, he spread an intolerant, xenophobic and misogynist discourse and promised his constituents to bring jobs back, to protect the interests of all citizens and that he “will be the first president in avoiding public shortages”.
Human cost of president Donald Trump bill to repeal Obamacare seems to difficult for U.S Senate.
The new decree, approved by the House of Representatives this month, have been evaluated by the Congressional Budget Office. The text of the legislation implies shortages to national public spending, slightly higher than the reduction in tax revenues.
However, 23 Americans might lose the medical insurance by 2026, doubling almost the number of people without coverage, and premiums could skyrocket.
It seems that US president Donald Trump is reloading the same behavior of his campaign when he was filmed probably pushing the Montenegrin prime minister during the meeting with NATO leaders.
Trump appeared on the video pushing back Montenegrin PM to stand in front for the official photographs. Continue reading “Trump pushed past Montenegro’s Prime Minister”
In the middle of the populated and noisy streets of Times Square a drunk driver named Richard Rojas broke yesterday the daily routine.
Rojas, aged 26, and a US Navy veteran who was arrested twice previously for drink-driving, is now in custody.
But he is responsible for a teenager death and injured 22 people walking on the sidewalks. Continue reading “Panic on Times Square”
After seven years in a military prison Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, U.S. ex-intelligence analyst Chelsea Elizabeth Manning (born Bradley Edward Manning, December 17, 1987), is going to be released as President Barack Obama announced.
“She had taken responsibility for her crime and her sentence was disproportionate to those received by other whistleblowers”, said Obama.
Manning, a former intelligence analyst in Iraq, was imprisoned in 2013 for leaking more than 700,000 classified U.S. war reports and diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks. She received a 35-year prison sentence, by far the longest punishment ever dished out in the U.S. for a whistleblowing conviction.
In the past few days U.S president Donald J. Trump has faced many accusations since his official meeting with Russian minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergei Lavrov, last week in the Oval Office, out of view of the US media.
After Trump´s criticism of the press and the limitations to the reporters role on the White House, there is a jumble in the journalistic guild and Trump-Lavrov reunion is the principal menu on international media.
President Donald Trump post a tweet saying that James Comey better hope there are no “tapes” of their conversation before he starts leaking to the press.
“Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future press briefings and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy”, he said.
Furthermore, Trump considers that is not possible for his surrogates to stand at podium with perfect accuracy.
The US president has just started a hostile campaign against Media on his country.
U.S. President Donald Trump has fired FBI Director James Comey, the White House announced Tuesday.
Trump fired Comey “based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions,” White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement.
“The FBI is one of our nation’s most cherished and respected institutions and today will mark a new beginning for our crown jewel of law enforcement,” Trump said, according to Reuters.
“A search for a new permanent FBI director will begin immediately.”
Trump’s administration has not outlined specific reasons for Comey’s firing aside from those mentioned in its brief statement. The White House is expected to release more information on the matter in coming days.