One of Trump’s main points during the election campaign was that he would crack down on illegal immigrants from Mexico. He promised to his supporters that if he became president that he would force Mexico to pay for a wall that would be built on the Mexican border.
But is Trump any closer to getting his wall than he was on the 20th January?
Early on today, North Korea fired a missile over Japan that landed in the Pacific Ocean 1,180 kilometers from the Japanese coast. This triggered alarms in North Japan for people to take shelter as the missile passed over North Japan before landing in the Pacific ocean.
Following President Trump’s decision to increase the amount of US troops in Afghanistan Sir Micheal Fallon, the secretary of state for defence for the UK has announced that there are no immediate plans to increase the amount of UK troops in Afghanistan. Carry on reading to find out Fallon’s reaction and stance on Afghanistan.
Former White House Chief Strategist and Senior Presidential Counselor Steve Bannon has remained the crux of incessant controversy throughout the duration of Trump’s presidency—and even prior. On August 18, Bannon was ousted from his position at the hands of Donald Trump, who grew increasingly frustrated with Bannon for quite an extended period of time before Bannon’s removal. Before we can scrutinize the precise details of Bannon’s dismissal, it is paramount to gain a sense of insight as to who Steve Bannon is, what he did to attain such a seat of power beside Trump, and why he has remained a tremendously controversial figure since Trump’s election. Continue reading “[U.S.] Bannon’s Departure”→
In the news recently, there has been a lot of talking about the “Alt right” and the “Alt left” but what do these terms really mean? Do they really exist? Carry on reading to find out the answers to these questions and more!
Two days after the rally held in Virgina President Trump has condemned groups such as the KKK, neo-nazis and white supremacists. What was the Charlottesville Rally? Why are people criticising President Trump? Carry on reading for answers to these questions and more.
Flynn. Comey. Yates. These are all people who have been fired by Trump because they’ve stopped him getting what he wants or they’ve put a risk on his presidency. You can argue that Trump was justified in firing these people. You can argue that he had done it in self-interest. However, the real question is, is anyone in the Trump administration safe?
Yesterday, morning, President Trump signed the Russian Sanction Bill for the “sake of national unity”. Upon signing the bill, President Trump also called the bill by Congress “seriously flawed” and “clearly unconstitutional.” The bill has passed Senate by 98 votes to 2 and in the Houses of Representatives, the bill had passed 419 to 3. Due to the strong support for this bill in Congress, a veto by the President would’ve easily been overturned by Congress.
What does the Russian Sanction bill do? What is Russia’s response?
You’d be forgiven for not even knowing who Anthony Scaramucci is. After all, he was only the White House communication director for ten days before being fired. So, who was Scaramucci? What did he do and
achieve in his ten days as White House communication director? Who fired him and why?