During President Donald Trump’s rally in Houston, Texas, he claimed that he was a “nationalist.”
“A globalist is a person who wants that globe to do well, but frankly not caring about our country so much,” Trump said.
He added, “They have a word that has become old fashion. Nationalist and they say we do not support the use of that word, but you know what I’m a nationalist.”
According to dictionary.com, the true definition of globalist is, “A person who advocates the interpretation or planning of economic and foreign policy in relation to events and developments throughout the world.”
The crowd then began chanting USA, USA, USA.
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Watch Rudy Giuliani’s stunning confession that he has been pressuring Ukraine officials for dirt on Biden
Attorney for the president Rudy Giuliani gave a combative, belligerent and downright incoherent interview on CNN Thursday evening, raving about a ballooning scandal involving Donald Trump and Ukraine.
Giuliani and Trump have apparently been pressuring the country to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, a probe that could help the president’s re-election campaign. That massive scandal had been unfurling on its own for months, but it blew up Thursday when multiple reports revealed that a mysteriously suppressed whistleblower complaint in the intelligence community reportedly concerns Trump’s conduct and the country of Ukraine.
NY Fed to pump another $75 billion into money markets Friday
For a fourth straight day, the New York Federal Reserve Bank on Friday will inject billions into US money markets to preserve the US central bank's control over short-term interest rates.
The New York Fed said in a statement on Thursday it will again conduct a repurchase agreement operation of up to $75 billion to offer more liquidity to the system that has been running short on cash.
It offered the same amounts in repo operations on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday -- for a total of just over $200 billion -- but in the past two operations, demand outstripped the amount offered.
Students demand change in vast global climate strike
Children across Asia and the Pacific kicked off what are set to be the largest global climate protests in history Friday, demanding adults act now to stop environmental disaster.
From Sydney to Seoul, Manila to Mumbai, children heeded the rallying cry of fellow teen activist Greta Thunberg and shut their textbooks in a collective call to action.
In Australia, more than 300,000 kids, parents and supporters rallied, organisers said, more than double the turnout at climate strikes in March, and among the first of 5,000 events planned worldwide by a movement dubbed "Fridays for Future".