The U.S. embassy in Guatemala, on Sunday apologised for using the photograph of a boy, who died in a social media campaign against illegal migration after angry responses to its tweet. The embassy’s original tweet, which has since been deleted, advised readers to look after their children and not to expose them to the dangers … Continue reading U.S. EMBASSY IN GUATEMALA APOLOGISES FOR USING PHOTO OF DEAD CHILD
US President, Donald Trump abruptly ended a press conference on Monday after telling a reporter to Ask China after the CBS reporter asked him a question. The CBS reporter, Weijia Jiang had asked Trump why he constantly emphasises that the US is doing better than any other country when it comes to testing. She challenged … Continue reading “DON’T ASK ME, ASK CHINA”- TRUMP STORMS OUT OF PRESS AFTER RACIST COMMENT TO AN ASIAN REPORTER
The United States is planning to place stiff travel restrictions on Nigerians aiming to enter America. Wall Street Journal reports that apart from Nigeria, other countries to be affected by the new policy include Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Sudan and Tanzaniza. The countries will not face blanket bans on travel to the U.S but could … Continue reading United States To Place Visa Restriction On Nigeria
President Donald Trump was loudly booed on Saturday for the second time in a week at a sporting event as he attended a UFC fight in New York. Trump, wearing a dark suit and a red tie, pumped his fist and waved at the crowd as he walked into the city’s iconic Madison Square Garden … Continue reading Trump booed at UFC fight night in New York
Islamic State confirmed on Thursday that its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was killed in a weekend raid by U.S. special forces in northwestern Syria, and vowed revenge against the United States. The Iraqi rose from obscurity to lead the ultra-hardline group and declare himself “caliph” of all Muslims, holding sway over huge areas of Iraq … Continue reading Islamic State vows revenge against U.S. for Baghdadi killing
President Donald Trump returned to the key battleground state of Florida on Tuesday to ask Americans to give him another four years in office, claiming he has kept the promises that helped sweep him into office in 2016. "I can promise you that I will never ever let you down – I won't," Trump told cheering and chanting supporters … Continue reading Trump floats new slogan ‘Keep America Great’ as he launches 2020 bid
OPEC production fell by around 1.5 million barrels a day between December and February, and probably dropped further in March. Saudi Arabia made by far the biggest voluntary reduction. It contributed almost two thirds of the group’s total output cut as measured against individual baselines in February, and made deeper cuts than it had promised it would implement each month this year.
Retired Army General John Abizaid, U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee to be ambassador to Saudi Arabia, defended the U.S.-Saudi relationship on Wednesday as lawmakers accused the kingdom of a litany of misdeeds and criticized its crown prince as going "full gangster."
Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said in a news conference that he "took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career".
Mr Smollett is charged with filing a false police report after he said he was the victim of a homophobic attack.
Police say he also had sent a racist letter to himself at a Fox studio.
Joy Villa showed her support for US President Donald Trump by attending the 61st Grammy Awards in a gown dedicated to Trump's controversial US-Mexico border wall.
The 27-year-old singer wore a white dress with a black painting on it that made it look like a brick wall.
At the shoulder, the dress had barbed wires, giving the overall impression of a barbed wired fence.
She also carried a bag which had Trump’s slogan 'Make America Great Again' emblazoned on it.
President Donald Trump often boasts he's presiding over a record breaking presidency.
Now he's got another historic notch on his belt, the longest-ever government shutdown — an impasse that marks a new low for Washington dysfunction.
The last three weeks have exposed the lack of empathy of a billionaire President who shrugs off the struggles of federal workers who work paycheck to paycheck.
“I just wanna wholeheartedly endorse your use of and clarity of purpose when declaring your motherf***ing goal last week,” Jackson wrote.
“Calling that muthaf****** a motherf****r is not an issue, calling that muthaf***** President Is!” Jackson then used the hashtag: “I just wanna wholeheartedly endorse your use of and clarity of purpose when declaring your motherf***ing goal last week,” Jackson wrote.
President Donald Trump has predicted that year 2019 would be a “complicated but great” year.
Trump, who stated this in his New Year message, also reeled out his administration’s achievements, which he said had surpassed all others in the U.S. history in the first two years.