US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel warned Beijing Saturday against “destabilising actions” in the South China Sea, and backed its regional rival Japan’s plans to take on a more muscular security role in Asia. Stressing US commitments to allies and friends…
Trump dodges and gives an accidentally revealing answer when confronted on his anti-LGBT policies
When President Donald Trump was asked Tuesday about whether he supports his administration's anti-LGBT policies — including a new rule that would make it easier for employers to discriminate — he gave what seemed to be an unintentionally revealing answer.
REPORTER: Mr POTUS, your administration has been taking steps to make it easier to discriminate against LGBT people in the workforce. Are you okay with that?
Trump scraps Denmark visit after Danes say Greenland not for sale
US President Donald Trump Tuesday postponed a planned visit to Denmark after Danish officials insisted its autonomous territory of Greenland was not for sale.
Trump's decision confirms just how interested he was in purchasing Greenland, an idea initially dismissed as a joke by some, but which the White House later insisted had a serious purpose because of its strategic location.
"Based on Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen's comments, that she would have no interest in discussing the purchase of Greenland, I will be postponing our meeting scheduled in two weeks for another time," Trump tweeted.
‘A bullhorn to his white nationalist base’: Progressive Jews hit back after Trump’s anti-Semitic smear
"This rhetoric from the president is going to get Jews killed. It already has."
Progressive Jews accused President Donald Trump of blaring "straightforward anti-Semitism" after he said from the Oval Office on Tuesday that Jewish Americans who vote for the Democratic Party are either ignorant or disloyal.
The smear, which sparked widespread outrage, came after Trump once again baselessly accused Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) of hating Jews and Israel.