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About halfway through Hillary Clinton’s election memoir, What Happened, the former Democratic presidential candidate quotes 19th century poet John Greenleaf Whittier: “For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these: ‘It might have been.’”
Writers from across the political spectrum discuss President Trump’s bellicose address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.
The ostensible purpose of President Trump’s speech at the United Nations on Tuesday was to explain to the world why “America First” is an idea other countries should embrace. It was to be “a deeply philosophical address,” a White House official promised. Instead, the speech will inevitably be remembered...
“Partly because I’m a woman, which seems to get him a bit agitated…” Clinton said.
The Zimbabwe delegation did not look particularly thrilled by Trump’s 41-minute monologue.
Donald Trump devoted a significant portion of his U.N. General Assembly remarks to North Korea’s nuclear and missile developments. Here are four things he told us (and didn’t). 1) The Trump administration really wants us to know that it does not believe North Korea can be deterred. In recent weeks, top administration officials have suggested that […]
Mother of girl snatched from beach by North Korean agents in 1977 says Trump's remarks "had a profound significance"
Prime Minister Theresa May will offer the EU a €20 billion divorce bill in her key Brexit speech. The offer will be made in an attempt to restart progress in stalled Brexit negotiations. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson backs away from...Show More Summary
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — President Donald Trump has vowed to "totally destroy North Korea" if the U.S. is forced to defend itself or its allies against the renegade nation's nuclear weapons program, making his case in a combative debut speech to the U.N. Show More Summary
Egypt is failing to protect free speech and its minorities, investigate abuses by its forces or grant U.S. monitors access to the conflict-ridden Sinai Peninsula, according to a damning Trump … Click to Continue »
"If Trump didn’t have power or nuclear weapons, I think that would be a pretty dope show."
"There is a fine line between freedom of speech and hate speech," said Lori Stettler, vice chancellor of student affairs at Southern Illinois University. "Once that line is crossed, there is zero tolerance." Stettler tells the student newspaper that any student taking part in a hateful demonstration will face disciplinary action.
President Trump's extraordinary speech to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday has met with strong reactions from other countries—especially the ones he singled out for criticism. Cuba's Foreign Ministry says the country's UN delegation has "voiced a strong protest" against Trump's "disrespectful, unacceptable, and meddling statements," Reuters reports. In...
SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations, where he warned he would "totally destroy" North Korea if threatened, reinforced the need for Pyongyang to realize it must give up its nuclear weapons, South Korea said on Wednesday.
Condemning the “depraved” North Korean regime, the president mocked Kim Jong Un, saying: “’Rocket Man’ is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime." Trump’s stark message came in a speech in which he also sharply criticized China, mildly rebuked Russia, condemned Venezuela’s government, and suggested he might scrap the Iran nuclear deal.
The mother of a Japanese girl abducted by North Korea is thankful President Donald Trump mentioned her in his U.N. speech and hopes it could be a chance for a … Click to Continue »
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The Latest on the U.N. General Assembly (all times local):
John Kelly, Donald Trump's chief-of-staff, appeared to go through an "existential crisis" on Tuesday, social media users joked, as he listened to the president's address to the UN General Assembly. Mr Trump used his maidenShow More Summary