Joe Walsh, a talk radio host and former congressman, said on Sunday he would challenge Donald Trump for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination.
President Donald Trump on Sunday said he and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had agreed on the principles of a trade deal that would probably be signed next month in New York. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
KEILAR: “I want to talk about how you describe yourself, which is a democratic socialist. You have said, quote, unfetterred capitalism is destroying the moral and economic fabric of this country. It’s one of the things that draws a lot of your supporters to. But your 2020 opponent, Elizabeth Warren, who agrees with you on most issues, says she’s a capitalist down to her toes. She’s not a democratic socialist like you describe yourself. How do you explain that to voters who are wondering what’s the difference here?”
SANDERS: “Okay, I will let senator Warren speak for herself but I will tell you what I believe. And I believe right now if we are going to transform our economy so it works for working people and not just large, profitable corporations and the 1%, if we’re going to end the absurdity of major corporations like Amazon that make $10 billion in profit not paying one penny in federal income tax, if we end the outrage three people today in America own more wealth that more than bottom half of the American people, if you’re going to end that, the only way you do it is when millions of people stand up and take on the corporate elite. To me one of the aspects of democratic socialism is organizing people and getting people involved in the political process so we take on those people today who have so much economic and political power.”
A South Australian MP says the “disturbing” and “sickening” items resembling young children have the potential to encourage paedophiles to commit abuse.
“The idea that people can be found in possession of sex dolls that not only look like young children, children as young as five … [is] not only repugnant but completely inappropriate and at odds with community standards,” Ms Bonaros said.
“Experts warn that these kinds of perverse, sickening dolls can normalise abusive behaviour towards children, encourage the sexualisation of children and increase the likelihood that a paedophile will engage in sexual activity with or towards children.”
25 Aug marks the first shot of water cannon truck in Hong Kong.pic.twitter.com/ZkUk6Cw4eU— 📌 (@ahgaseven8) August 25, 2019
Hong Kong police fired water cannon towards protesters for the first time on Sunday in a significant escalation of clashes that have rocked the city for the past three months.
The financial hub has been gripped by street demonstrations that were initially against a proposed extradition bill to China, but have spun out into a wider pro-democracy movement targeting the pro-Beijing government.
As thousands of people who had gathered at a sports stadium marched in the pouring rain to the district of Tsuen Wan, a group of hardcore protesters erected makeshift roadblocks and dug up bricks from the pavements.
After firing tear gas to disperse the crowds, police drove water cannon vehicles into the streets, having earlier warned protesters they would deploy the jets if they did not leave.
At the G7 summit in south-west France, these two men came face to face for the first time as leaders of their countries.
The much-anticipated bromance – the pair had whispered sweet nothing to each other in a series of phone calls in recent weeks – burst into the open on the Bay of Biscay.
Their personal rapport was as warm as expected – two alpha males bonding over veal sausages and scrambled eggs, interrupting each other and finishing each other’s sentences like childhood sweethearts.Source: Boris Johnson and Donald Trump bromance blossoms at G7 summit in Biarritz
US President Donald Trump on Sunday backed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as the “right man” for Brexit and sent mixed signals about his trade war with China at a G7 summit dominated by worries about the global economy.
Johnson and Trump were on obviously friendly terms as they sat down for a working breakfast in the southern French resort of Biarritz where Group of Seven leaders are gathering this weekend.
Q Mr. President, do you think that you will invite Putin to next year’s G7, sir?
PRESIDENT TRUMP: That, I don’t know. We did discuss it. We had a very good discussion on Russia and President Putin, and a lively discussion, but, really, a good one. And it’s certainly —
POLK COUNTY, Fla. – A Florida high school teacher was placed on administrative leave after he told students he’d “be the best school shooter” with a “1,000 person body count.” The incident took place at Lakeland Senior High School, about 45 minutes from Tampa, August 16 during a lockdown drill, according to a Polk County risk protection order.
Police interviewed 16 students about the incident. The teacher told students if he were a school shooter he’d plant improvised explosive devices (IEDs), then “fire a couple rounds and wait for everyone to hide, then press a button and boom — everyone would die,” according to student testimony.
A Maryland police chief says seven adults were injured when shots were fired at a child’s birthday party a few miles southeast of the nation’s capital
Prince George’s County police Cpl. Nicholas Clayton tells The Associated Press that the shooting occurred Saturday night near the Camp Springs and Morningside areas. Police Chief Hank Stawinski said at a press conference that around 12 people were at a 2-year-old’s birthday party when an individual fired shots into the gathering.
PHOENIX (KNXV) — Surveillance video captured the moment a car smashed through a bus stop Friday morning – narrowly missing a woman in her wheelchair. Phoenix police said the car was driving in the area of 32nd Street and Van Buren around 9 a.m. when the crash happened. The driver told officers her brakes went out, causing her to veer and crash into a bus stop. A surveillance camera at a gas station located behind the bus stop captured the moment the car crashed into it.