It would be easy to think the Washington Post just has the right combination of generic traits, and that's why they've been the ones pumping out all the (laughable) themage from anonymous intelligence officials about Mike Flynn, phone calls, Russia, Trump, investigations, suspicion, chaos, fear, loathing, and yada yada yada.
By September 12th, the State Department knew full well that there was no factual basis to claim that it was anything other than a planned terrorist attack and had already told Congress the same thing. And yet, State and the White House had Rice make that case anyway, less than two months before the 2012 presidential election.
Today King Salman agrees to a primary expressed policy position of President Trump. Saudi Arabia will support and finance "safe zones" within Syria and Yemen. This is a big, big deal.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is stepping up his attack against President Barack Obama, accusing him of orchestrating a "shameful ambush" at the United Nations by a hostile Security Council.
The attack in Berlin killed at least 12 people and injured dozens more, but on CNN's website, the network's top story warned about "the fallout of fear" and said that "attacks fuel [the] far right's assault on democracy."
Until it was shut down this summer, the sham embassy was housed in a run-down, pink two-story building with a corrugated iron roof and flew a US flag outside. Inside hung a portrait of President Barack Obama.
Some Cuban exiles in Miami, who seem hung up on how many of their relatives and friends were brutalised and murdered by Castro and his thugs, are distracting attention away from Castro's climate warrior legacy.
This ignorant person takes every opportunity to insult the American people and the greatest nation on the planet, this time while promoting a vile dictator. I'm pretty sure the Cuban Dolphins fans will have a few things to say to him.
He said that Palestinian security services have noticed increased efforts on the part of the Iran-financed Islamic Jihad terrorist organization in Gaza to recruit West Bank operatives, especially in and around the cities of Hebron and Jenin.
A man in the village also said he hopes that Trump will bring a different approach to Iraqi Christians: "Obama has never helped the Christians. In fact, he despises them. In the last 26 months, he has shown he despises all of them. But we have hope in the new president, Trump."
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