President Donald Trump took aim at MSNBC host Rachel Maddow and her colleagues at NBC News, calling them ‘bad people’ for revealing his 2005 tax returns during an episode of The Rachel Maddow Show earlier this week. Trump made the remarks in a taped interview with Fox News that aired on Saturday. The president said that ‘there’s something wrong’ with Maddow and he also accused whoever leaked the tax returns of violating the law. ‘They leaked them,’ Trump said. ‘It’s illegal to do what they did, I think.’ Maddow interviewed Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter David Cay Johnston, who obtained a copy of the first two
Yes! Finally! Bad people who have something (Leftism) wrong with them - the most accurate description of the Enemedia to ever come out of a White House.
The entire Democrat house of cards is built upon their supposed "good intentions". Refuse to grant them the sanction of their supposed "good intentions" and their entire world of lies comes tumbling down. Bad people who have something wrong with them.... indeed!
I thought I heard Dana Perino say that when Madcow held up Trump´s tax return, she also exposed his social security number. That, in itself, must be a felony? I didn´t see the Maddow show, but I´m almost 99.9% sure that´s what Perino claimed.
Ongoing tensions between North Korea and the US could have an impact on Israel´s security, a senior IDF officer told reporters at a special briefing held on Tuesday. The IDF officer referred to the developing diplomatic rift between the US and the peninsula following North Korea´s recent and defiant attempts to extend its nuclear activity despite repeated warnings from the West. He explained that Israel could possibly bear the brunt of such an escalation in the relations between Washington and Pyongyang should it occur, because the US would have to divert security resources from the Middle East to Korea. The top IDF officer
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel to explain his decision to cancel their meeting Tuesday. However, the minister refused to talk with Netanyahu. Netanyahu cancelled the meeting after Gabriel refused to cancel a meeting with radical leftist organizations B´Tselem and Breaking the Silence. The Prime Minister´s Office released a statement explaining Netanyahu´s reasons for cancelling the meeting. "Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu´s policy is not to meet with diplomats who visit Israel and meet with organizations that defame IDF soldiers and seek to prosecute them as war criminals," the prime minister´s office said. "The same diplomats will not consider meeting in
President Donald Trump described how “six million Jews had been brutally slaughtered,” in a proclamation marking the week-long Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust. The White House released the declaration Monday, Holocaust Remembrance Day, ahead of Trump’s planned speech at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.Trump’s statement condemned the Nazi murder of 6 million Jews as well as other minorities. “The Holocaust was the state-sponsored, systematic persecution and attempted annihilation of European Jewry by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. By the end of World War II, six million Jews had been brutally slaughtered,” read the statement, adding that other targeted
A BRITISH historian who was supposed to deliver a military lecture series on a cruise ship has seen his insightful talks axed after complaints from German passengers. Jeff Chandler, 83, had been due to deliver a series of lectures on board Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ (CMV) maiden round-the-world trip. However, the talks were cancelled after just two lectures following complaints from 30 of the 88 German travellers on board the British cruise liner. Some passengers on board the ship have expressed their outrage at the decision to ban the talks. Former Met Police officer and passenger, Ted Keogh, told the
Efforts to remove four Confederate monuments commenced early Monday morning (April 24), as crews and police gathered around the Battle of Liberty Place monument downtown around 2 a.m. to begin dismantling the first of four statues eyed for removal by the city. Just before 1:30 a.m., and after a small group of protesters had departed, a wave of officers with the New Orleans Police Department barricaded the entry points to the monument, which stands at the river end of Iberville Street outside the parking garage for Canal Place. Snipers were stationed on the parking deck looking down at the monument.
THE LARGEST nuclear submarine in the US arsenal arrived in South Korea today in a show of force as tensions escalate with North Korea. The US navy sub arrived in the port city of Busan, on the same day that Kim Jong-un celebrates the 85th anniversary of the founding of the Korean People’s army. Analysts have revealed the watercraft can carry 154 Tomahawk cruise missiles and are equipped to stealthily deploy up to 66 Navy SEALs. North Korea threatened to sink the American aircraft carrier, the USS Carl Vinson, which is beginning joint drills with two Japanese destroyers in the
Jeremy Corbyn is a security risk to Britain because he would refuse to use the nuclear deterrent, Sir Michael Fallon warned today. The Defence Secretary said Mr Corbyn was ´irresponsible´ to campaign for power on a platform that undermines Britain´s commitment to nuclear weapons. The Labour leader is underfire after he used his first major TV interview of the election campaign to make clear he would never use Trident and could even scrap it. Mr Corbyn´s claims are in defiance of official Labour policy and the party has scrambled to insist its position is unchanged. A Labour source told MailOnline today ´there won´t
An experienced halal butcher charged with murder had a one-hour window in which to decapitate his friend and dispose of his body, a court has heard. According to the prosecution, Mohammed Khan drove from his Rockhampton home to the banks of a muddy inlet of the Fitzroy River and brutally murdered fishing buddy and colleague Syied Alam, on the night of April 5, 2016. He then returned home and later went out again with friends, the Brisbane Supreme Court heard on Monday. ´On the prosecution case he managed to do that within this hour time period without leaving any forensic traces in his
Jeremy Corbyn is in Scotland today fighting to stave off an electoral wipeout amid warnings his bungling could guarantee the break-up of the UK. The Labour leader is hoping to revive his party´s fortunes north of the border with a pledge to repeal ´vicious´ Tory trade union legislation. He will urge voters not to write off his chances of winning the keys to Downing Street - despite dire polls and a car-crash interview yesterday in which he made clear he would never use the nuclear deterrent and would stop airstrikes on ISIS in Syria.
RADICAL anti-fascist protesters have clashed with armed police in Paris after hearing the news that Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron appear to have made it through to the run-off in the French Presidential election. Riot police continue to engage in violent clashes with anti fascist groups who seemingly cannot accept the result of the public vote - which shows Mr Macron won 23.3 per cent of support compared to Ms Le Pen’s estimated 21.7 per cent. Reports say tear gas has been used against the hundreds of protesters, who have also been struck with battens. It appears a peaceful
TOULOUSE – Under tight security, the people of France will begin voting for a new president on Sunday after debating for more than a year what the future of their country should look like. The options before them offer starkly different visions and reveal deep fault lines within French society over issues of race, nationalism and their country’s role in forging an inclusive and united Europe. Four candidates lead the pack – a democratic socialist, a far-right nativist, an establishment republican and a young, independent newcomer. Those candidates – Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Marine Le Pen, François Fillon and Emmanuel Macron, respectively –
MARINE Le Pen’s surging campaign will cause chaos among the EU 27 even if she loses the French Presidential election, a German pundit has claimed. Ms Le Pen looks set to take the lead in the first round of voting as polls place her slightly ahead of rivals Macron, Fillon and Melenchon. But Die Welt’s Klaus Gieger claims the far right firebrand will send shockwaves through the bloc even if she loses the election. Mr Gieger said: “After a victory of Macron or Fillon, France, Germany and Europe in general will win nothing at all. "They will be given five
Fox News host Sean Hannity has been forced to deny he sexually harassed a former contributor. Debbie Schlussel said the prime time anchor invited her back to his hotel in Detroit after a debate. After she turned down his advances, she claims she wasn´t invited back on his show. In an interview with Tulsa, Oklahoma-based radio host Pat Campbell, she said: ´This kind of stuff is all over the place at Fox News and anything that has to do with Sean Hannity.´ Her comments came just two days after Bill O´Reilly was fired from Fox News over similar allegations. Hannity
When we study racial inequality, we tend to consider factors that affect people while they are awake. Differential access to safe neighborhoods with good schools, decent jobs and unbalanced treatment by police and the courts surely have much to do with the stubborn disparities in wealth and well-being among blacks and whites, in particular. Yet it may be just as important to consider what happens when we’re asleep. Race shapes our sleep, a relationship that has surprising roots deep in our national past. African Americans suffer from a “sleep gap”: Fewer black people are able to sleep for the recommended
Monday on MSNBC former Obama White House press secretary Josh Earnest said former President Barack Obama would come back to the political debate if President Donald Trump crosses “red lines” such as using information from deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA) applications to deport so-called DREAMers. (Snip) “I think what would motivate President Obama to re-engage in the political debate is if we saw the federal government start to cross some clear red lines in terms of long observed norms and values that frankly I think we have started to take for granted. One example that President Obama has himself
Fox News may have sent former CEO Roger Ailes packing in July of last year, but that has not slowed down the female employees at the network who have come forward alleging that they were sexually harassed by the disgraced executive. Another woman´s name was added to that list on Sunday, when CNN host Alisyn Camerota decided to break her silence and speak out, claiming that she too was one of Ailes´ victims. ´Yes, Roger Ailes did sexually harass me,´ Camerota announced during an appearance in ´Reliable Sources.´ Camerota, 50, worked at Fox News for 16 years before moving over
Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News personality facing allegations of sexual harassment. During a Friday interview with Tulsa, Oklahoma-based radio host Pat Campbell, former Fox News contributor Debbie Schlussel accused Hannity of inviting her to his hotel room before and after a debate with a pro-Palestinian guest in Detroit. Schlussel said she rejected Hannity’s alleged advances and that she was never invited on his show again. Schlussel and Hannity were scheduled to speak together at the Detroit show, Schlussel said. But before the show, Hannity allegedly invited her to an event at a nearby bookstore. “He had some event at a bookstore
Barack Obama has agreed to a $400,000 fee for speaking to a prominent Wall Street firm, according to Charlie Gasparino of the Fox Business Network. Former president Obama will speak to a health care conference sponsored by Cantor Fitzgerald in September, Gasparino reports. (Tweet/Video) The huge fee puts Obama at the top of the list of speaking fees for former government officials. Former Fed chair Ben Bernanke charges between $200,000 and $400,000, former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner charges $200,000, and former President George Bush charges around $150,000, according to a person familiar with the matter. Hillary Clinton received over $200,000
Former President Barack Obama on Monday partly blamed the nation´s splintered politics on a media structure that lets people only listen to or read media outlets they agree with, which prevents them from hearing the other side. "Because of changes in the media, we now have a situation in which everybody is listening to people who already agree with them, and are further and further reinforcing their own realities to the neglect of the common reality that allows us to have a healthy debate, and then try to find common ground and actually move solutions forward," Obama said in his
Ex-President Barack Obama is the mystery man of American politics. Given the absence of a viable paper trail, nobody can say for sure who he is. He manifests for us as a figure of multiple identities: a Christian, a Muslim, a secularist, a socialist, a humanist, an intellectual, a man of the people. His lack of definable substance, his inner absence, has been an important political advantage. As Obama himself confessed (or boasted) in The Audacity of Hope, this layering of anonymities enabled him to “serve as a blank screen on which people of vastly different political stripes project their
The entire U.S. Senate has been invited to the White House for a briefing Wednesday on the North Korea situation, amid escalating tensions over the country’s missile tests and bellicose rhetoric. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer confirmed the upcoming briefing, for all 100 senators, on Monday. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats plan to provide the update to lawmakers. It is rare for the entire Senate to be invited to such a briefing. Spicer clarified that while the event will
Liberal activist and Hollywood director Rob Reiner slammed President Donald Trump on Monday and suggested that Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election was the "greatest attack" on American democracy since Japan´s attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. "We´ve had the greatest attack of this democracy since 1941, and we have to understand that," Reiner said on MSNBC. Reiner also suggested that American society might collapse given the pressure Russia placed on democratic institutions in the country. Japan drew the United States into World War II after attacking its naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7, 1941, killing
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.—I’m loving all these Ancestry.com commercials where dim-witted actors say, “I thought I was a Tahitian Eskimo Mexican until I sent in my DNA test kit, and boy was I flummoxed when the results came back! I’m really Croatian with a mix of sub-Saharan! I guess I’ll be turning in my furry hat!” This is a scam I’m thoroughly in favor of, because it reveals, once and for all, the dirty secret of American politics: Race doesn’t exist! Don’t get me wrong. I don’t believe for a second that these tests mean anything. If you believe that DNA patterns
Debbie Schlussel, a former Fox News guest, appeared on a local radio show on Friday and recounted an incident where Sean Hannity purportedly asked her to a hotel, and when she rebuffed his advances, she claims, she was ostracized by the network star. (Snip) Now, in an interview with LawNewz.com on Monday morning, Schlussel is denying that she was ever sexually harassed by Sean Hannity. While Schlussel stands by her description of the incident, Schlussel told us that she doesn’t believe what happened between the two amounted to sexual harassment by any legal definition. “I would never accuse him of that.