Trump should have dictated his son misleading statement
After the Trumps election to the US president, the image of the United States has suffered abroad. This is evident from a survey. As a result, only 22 percent of the people surveyed in 37 countries have confidence in Trumps foreign policy. Trump is also confronted with some problems in America itself. Read the latest developments in US policy here in the news ticker from FOCUS Online.
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The US government around President Donald Trump regularly makes headlines.Finally, the 71-year-old has achieved a leg victory in the legal dispute about his entry ban. The Supreme Court in Washington reintroduced the temporary ban on citizens of several Muslim states as well as all refugees. As a next big step, Trump wants to abolish the health reform of former US President Obama. If this were the case, 22 million Americans would no longer be insured.
JK Rowling apologizes for unjustified trump criticism
Joanne K. Rowling makes no secret of the short message service Twitter on her dislike of Donald Trump – but her last sharp criticism of the US president turned out to be unjustified. The ” Harry Potter” author asked for forgiveness on Tuesday, but not at Trump himself. She had previously scolded him for ignoring a boy in the wheelchair.
Rowling related her criticism to a recording of a reception in the White House, which was popular in social networks. In the cutout, Trump does not seem to notice the outstretched hand of the boy. On a video published by the White House itself, however, it is clear how the President bends down to the child and converses with him. The boy’s parents also contradicted Rowling’s criticism.
The British writer acknowledged her mistake: “I clearly have my own feeling that disabled people are often overlooked or ignored, projected onto the pictures.” If the boy or his parents were worried about “grief”, please forgive them. Her tweet, in which she described Trumps alleged misconduct as “astonishing” and “cruel”, has now erased.
CNN: e-mail fraudsters put in top officials of the trump administration
Several high-ranking white- collarworkers are reported to be an e-mail cheater in a media report. The unknown, who calls himself “E-Mail-Witzbold” on Twitter, was deceived to belong to the narrow circle of US President Donald Trump, as CNN reported.
Trumps ex-communications chief Anthony Scaramucci. For example, was deceived by the deceiver, who turned out to be Reince Priebus. Now Trump’s ex-chief. In an e-mail to US Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert, the swindler is said to have turned out to be Trumps’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
“Tom, we are organizing a sort of soirée at the end of August,” wrote the wrong Kushner in an mail sent via an Outlook account to Bossert. It would be great if you could go by, I promise food of at least comparable quality to what we have taken in Iraq, it should be a great evening”.
Bossert, who is responsible for Internet security in the White House, said, “Thank you, Jared. I can not say no to such a promise, and if you ever need it, here is my private e-mail address [ …]. ”
The White House confirmed the incidents of CNN. “We take all issues related to the Internet very seriously,” said Trumps spokeswoman Sarah Sanders the channel.
Report: Trump formulated misleading statement of his son
Tuesday, August 1, 8:13 am
US President Donald Trump is said to have dictated the opinion of his eldest son to a controversial meeting with a Russian lawyer , according to a Washington Post report . The statement said that in June 2016, Donald Trump Jr. and Natalia Veselnitskaja’s lawyer had just been an adoption program for Russian children and that this was not an election campaign at the time.
President Trump had formulated the misleading statement on July 8 on the return flight from the G20 summit in Hamburg on board the Air Force One, reported the Washington Post on Monday (local time), citing government circles.
Jay Sekulow, one of Trumps attorneys, described the description as faulty and inappropriate in an opinion. It is based on false information.
The report could, in the opinion of commentators, put the US President in the Russia affair further in trouble because he suggested direct interference and misleading.
Trump Jr. had exposed his growing e-mail change under increasing pressure. This shows that he had agreed to the meeting because he had been promised compromising material about the competitor of his father, the Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
In an e-mail to him, an attempt by the Russian government to help the elderly Trump is discussed. This is now the clearest indication that members from Trump’s election camp might have been willing to cooperate with Russia.
A special investigator and several congress committees investigated whether there were any agreements between the Trump camp and Moscow. US intelligence agencies have long accused the Kremlin of having interfered in the 2016 presidential election campaign.