The three-ship Essex Amphibious Ready Group and the13th Marine Expeditionary Unit left San Diego, Calif., on Tuesday with little fanfare for an expected Western Pacific and Middle East deployment, a defense official confirmed to US Naval Institute News on Thursday.
President Donald J. Trump went right to work in Brussels at the NATO summit Wednesday morning, taking truculent Germany to task for coming to the United States for defense, while simultaneously paying billions of dollars to the Russian Federation for energy.
President Donald Trump’s huge high-tech security entourage touches down in Scotland ahead of his stay as it’s revealed he’ll get a guard of honour when he meets the Queen in Windsor.
The Queen and Mr Trump will inspect the Guard of Honour before watching the military march past. Mr and Mrs Trump will then join the Queen for tea at the Castle.
One of the biggest ever police operations will be staged to cover Mr Trump’s brief stay in the UK.
Stormy Daniels the adult film actress who made headlines for an alleged affair with Donald Trump, was arrested while performing in Ohio, for not knowing state laws relevant to her “business”, according to her attorney.
Official government incident reports obtained by Judicial Watch after three years of delay provide a clearer profile of “unaccompanied alien children” during the Obama administration. A substantial number of the children were abused en route to the United States or in the United States, and government workers and contractors were among their abusers. The Obama administration presided over a humanitarian and public safety nightmare in its handling of the unprecedented border surge.
Obviously, for EU President Donald Tusk, the lessons of last month’s G7 summit didn’t take. After destroying nationalistic Brexit plans for the U.K. to exit the European Union, the arrogance of the EU surfaces with pontificating snark. The EU might feel emboldened right now, but this approach will not end well …
Fourteen former Ohio State University wrestlers have gone on the record to refute claims that Congressman Jim Jordan ignored allegations of sexual abuse while serving as an assistant coach more than two decades ago, according to a group set up to provide a public defense for the Ohio Republican.