On Friday, President Donald Trump held a press conference at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.
The press conference centered around Linda McMahon, who is stepping down from her position as head of the Small Business Administration.
After talking about McMahon’s transition, Trump took questions from the press and began to rant about everything from the special counsel Robert Muellers’ report to North Korea.
After Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said she was cutting funds from the Special Olympics, Trump changed his mind. And during the press conference, he oddly compared the Special Olympics to North Korea sanctions.
“In a certain way, it’s like the Special Olympics. For many years it hasn’t been approved and then at some point, it gets negotiated out in Congress. Well, I went out, and I said we’re going to have funding for the Special Olympics,” Trump said.
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Former UK consulate worker says Chinese secret police tortured him
A former employee of Britain's consulate in Hong Kong said Wednesday that Chinese secret police tortured and interrogated him about London's role in protests in the semi-autonomous city.
Simon Cheng, a Hong Kong citizen, claimed he was shackled to a steel "tiger chair", hung spread-eagled on a "steep X-Cross" and beaten while he was detained for 15 days in August.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Cheng's allegations are credible and that the treatment "amounts to torture".
Raab told BBC radio that he summoned the Chinese ambassador to denounce the "disgraceful" and "outrageous behaviour from the authorities in China" which violate international law.
Sondland briefed Pompeo on Trump’s Ukraine scheme — and secretary of state signed off on it: report
President Donald Trump's ambassador to the European Union kept Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in the loop on efforts to pressure Ukraine's president to announce an investigation of Joe Biden.
Gordon Sondland notified Pompeo in mid-August of a draft statement he'd produced with another U.S. diplomat and Ukrainian officials that they hoped would persuade Trump to invite Volodymyr Zelensky to the Oval Office, reported the New York Times.
He and Pompeo discussed later that month the possibility of pushing Zelensky to pledge during a planned meeting with Trump in Warsaw that he would pursue the investigation sought by the U.S. president in hopes of smoothing relations between the two countries, according to two sources who were briefed on the matter.
MSNBC’s Mika shocked by Morning Joe’s withering criticism of House GOP: ‘I’ve never heard you accuse someone of that’
MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski was astonished by her co-host and husband Joe Scarborough's denunciation of congressional Republicans.
The "Morning Joe" hosts agreed GOP attacks on Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who earned a Purple Heart fighting in the Iraq War, and other impeachment inquiry witnesses were shameful, but Scarborough went even further in his criticism.
"People talk about the time, 'It's a time we're in,' -- no, it's not," Scarborough said. "It's lack of character among people on these committees, just a lack of character and a lack of love of country that they put their political party above their country."