On Thursday, May 18, President Trump held a joint press conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at the White House. When a reporter asked Trump if he asked former FBI Director James Comey to end the Russia investigation, he said, “No, no. Next question.”
President Trump met with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Thursday to discuss economic, drug and security issues plaguing South America when... The post BOOM! POTUS Smacks Down Reporter Who Asks ‘Did You Ask Comey to Drop Investigation?’ (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The meeting between Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and President Donald Trump on Thursday focused heavily on the drug trade, something both leaders have targeted during their time in office. Colombia — the world's biggest producer...Show More Summary
On Thursday, May 18, 2017, President Trump holds a joint press conference with President of Columbia Juan Manuel Santos.
Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough on Friday offered some words of praise for Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos by praising his English-speaking skills — in fact, he said Santos’ English is even better than our own president’s. Watching Trump’s joint press conference...
President Donald Trump congratulated Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on his hard-won peace deal with leftist rebels who terrorized the South American nation for much of the last half century. … Click to Continue »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos met Thursday with President Trump, hoping to secure guarantees for a continuation of millions of dollars in U.S. aid as his country emerges from a half-century of civil war. Publicly, Trump gave no such commitment during a joint news conference with Santos...
During Donald Trump's joint press conference Thursday with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Trump took time to distance himself and himself only from any "collusion" with Russia. "The entire thing has been a witch hunt," Trump said of the inquiry into ties between his campaign and Russian operatives. Show More Summary
Amid an ongoing political crisis, President Trump affirmed the partnership between the United States and Colombia.
President Donald Trump gave a defiant press conference on Thursday alongside visiting Colombian Pres. Juan Manuel Santos. When reporters asked Trump for his thoughts on Deputy Attorney Gen. Rod Rosenstein’s appointment of a special counsel to investigate Trump’s connections to Russia,...
This is really a bad idea, but I guess they have to. Trump is having a press conference with visiting Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, so they’re letting him on camera. Follow with us here. Thursday, May 18, 2017 · 8:27:47 PM +00:00 · Barbara Morrill New thread here.
President Juan Manuel Santos is seeking Trump's support for a peace accord Colombia signed last year with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. The rebel group agreed to turn over 30 percent of its arsenal of assault rifles, machine guns and explosives.
President Donald Trump is holding a joint press conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at the White House on Thursday. The press conference is scheduled to begin at 3:45 p.m. (ET). Watch live streaming video below:.....
President Trump hosted Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at the White House Thursday, holding a press conference afterwards
President Donald Trump is meeting with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos today, and they will hold a joint press conference from the White House.
Donald Trump must help Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos keep the peace.
Eight hostages allegedly taken in Colombia by the left-wing ELN rebel group have been freed, President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday, crediting "public pressure" for their release. "The eight kidnap victims... have been freed, thanks to public pressure," Santos wrote on Twitter. Show More Summary
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is one of the world’s most respected leaders. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work ending the hemisphere’s longest armed conflict with Marxist … Click to Continue »
UN Security Council ambassadors travel to Colombia this week to take stock of progress in disarming FARC rebels ahead of the June 1 deadline to lay down all weapons. Council envoys will meet with President Juan Manuel Santos and Ivan...Show More Summary
Colombia's National Electoral Council is asking President Juan Manuel Santos to voluntarily testify in its investigation into whether his re-election campaign received contributions from the scandal-tarred Brazilian construction company Odebrecht. … Click to Continue »