During the interview, host Jimmy Kimmel acknowledged that Obama has repeatedly said that she wasn't running for office, but asked her if anyone "seriously approached and try to convince" her to do so. Michelle Obama revealed she once snuck out the White House in order to celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court legalizing same-sex marriage. "That's insane to me", Kimmel said.
Schumer reiterated on Wednesday that the $1.6 billion Congress allotted earlier this year is sufficient, but McCarthy is calling for $5 billion, and it's a sure bet House Republicans will use their final month in the majority to push for as much of that as they can.
Trump said nothing in particular caused him to fire off a number of tweets earlier this week criticizing Mueller's team and its Russian Federation election meddling probe. While the special counsel was publicly quiet in the run-up to last week's midterm elections, his investigation has suddenly returned to the forefront of Washington conversation and cable news chyrons.
The US Justice Department´s lawyer, James Burnham, argued that Acosta had "disrupted" last week´s news conference and that "there is no First Amendment right to access the White House". CNN has argued that the ban on Acosta violated his First Amendment rights because it amounts to "viewpoint discrimination" - that is, the president is punishing him for statements and coverage he didn't like.
Amid scrutiny over its failure to prevent Russian-linked accounts from using its platform to meddle in the 2016 presidential elections, Facebook reportedly hired a Republican research firm that sought to discredit criticism of the company by linking it to Jewish billionaire George Soros .
The factions said they would abide by the truce as long as Israel would do the same, while it has still not given any official confirmation of the truce. Israeli snipers have killed about 170 people, a lot of them unarmed. "The residents of Ashkelon have been suffering for years, over 10 years of suffering with the rockets - we have no energy left to deal with the regime that simply doesn't care about the south, we have been silent for years and years, but we will not stay silent anymore", ...
Navojoa sits about 1,200 kilometers (750 miles) from Tijuana, the spot where the migrants plan to cross the border, and more than 3,000 kilometers from the town where they began their journey on October 13: San Pedro Sula, Honduras. This week, hundreds of migrants from a caravan originally starting off in Honduras last month, began arriving to Tijuana as part of the final leg of their journey to reach the US border and claim asylum.
He said that 11 suspects had been indicted and that the authorities were seeking the death penalty for five of them. The investigation has also identified five people who removed Khashoggi's body from the consulate building and two people who disposed of his clothes and belongings, including his watch and glasses.
Marshals Fugitive Task Force, according to the Philadelphia Police Department. D'Amico and McClure surrendered Wednesday night. All of the money raised through the crowdfunding website will be refunded to those who donated, Coffina said.
Trump is not at the Singapore summit, nor will he attend a subsequent gathering of world leaders in Papua New Guinea at the end of the week, having sent Vice President Mike Pence instead. And since the Philippines is the country coordinator of the ASEAN-China dialogue relations from 2018 to 2021, Heydarian said, "It doesn't reflect well on the Philippines given we are that ASEAN-China country coordinate for next two years, which means we handle all crucial engagements between two sides, ...
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, among the participants, had recently reiterated Cairo's call for lifting the worldwide arms embargo against Libya . Egypt's President Abdel Fattah el Sisi, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, UN envoy Ghassan Salame, European Council President Donald Tusk and French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian were also at the Sarraj-Haftar meeting on the conference sidelines, hosted by Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
But a report based on satellite imagery shows the complexity posed by an extensive network of weapons facilities that the US wants to neutralize. However, in recent weeks, negotiations have cooled down as Pyongyang considers that it has already taken several steps but has not had the expected response from Washington, which has neither relaxed the sanctions nor cancelled its joint military manoeuvers with South Korea , something North Korea considers a provocation.
Yuri Ushakov, Putin 's foreign affairs adviser, said on Russian state television that a preliminary agreement on a Trump-Putin meeting had been reached but was dropped after taking into account what he called French considerations. But Macron told CNN: "To be very direct with you, what I don't want to see is European countries increasing the budget in defence in order to buy American and other arms or materials coming from your industry".
ASSOCIATED PRESS Search and rescue workers search for human remains at a trailer park burned in the Camp fire on November 13, 2018, in Paradise, California . "We mourn the lives of those lost and we pray for the victims", Mr Trump said. Deputies also found a motor home that was previously reported stolen and arrested a 22-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman linked to that crime.
Jerry Brown addressed the situation, thanking the firefighters and first responders before talking about the change that needs to happen to prevent and adapt to these fires and taking a jab at climate change deniers. While Rod Stewart backed her up, writing: "Mr. President, while people's homes are burning , while lives are being lost & while firefighters are risking their lives, California needs words of support & encouragement, not threats or finger pointing & accusations".
However there were no immediate reports of deaths or serious injuries. Fire officials said strong Santa Ana winds continued to fuel the Woolsey Fire overnight, doubling its size to almost 3,248 hectares. No estimate was given on the number of structures destroyed but the Fire Department did say there were "many". "People were abandoning their cars and running with their babies and kids".
In Arizona, rising Democratic star Kyrsten Sinema was on her way, barring major surprises, to deliver a major upset and take the Senate seat held by Republican Jeff Flake. Democrats still proved they are capable of winning in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania , but the more mixed results in OH and Florida show Democrats have to put more states in play to give themselves cushion - and a competitive Arizona is exactly what they need.
Bases for strategic weapons such as intercontinental ballistic missiles - whose development is the subject of sanctions - are located deep inside the country. Mr Trump said at a news conference on Wednesday: "We are in no rush". "North Korea has never promised to shut down this missile base", Blue House spokesman Kim Eui-kyeom said.
Palestinians stand next to the remains of a auto, that was destroyed following an Israeli air strike, in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on November 12, 2018. Israeli media source said that, after the army assault, Al-Qassam fired at least ten shells into Israel area, and added that the Iron Done system "intercepted two of them".
The recording, shared last month with the C.I.A. director, Gina Haspel , is seen by intelligence officials as some of the strongest evidence linking Prince Mohammed to the killing of Khashoggi , a Virginia resident and Washington Post columnist whose death prompted an global outcry.