It’s beginning to look like Donald Trump does not know how this whole president-ing thing works. And since he has the curiosity level of a pet rock, chances don’t seem great that he’ll be learning ...
"America's president is obliged to exercise his authority by preventing its approval and particularly its implementation ... and if this gross violation is carried out we will firmly respond," Iranian President Rouhani said
Asked whether any shift in policy should be read into the call, Pence said: "I don't think so. This was a courtesy call. The democratically elected president of Taiwan called to congratulate the president-elect."
Both Trump and Mnuchin have run businesses accused of widespread racial discrimination and other predatory practices. They both represent the excessive wealth and greed of the billionaire developer and banker class.
Stein's Green Party campaign said it will file for emergency relief in the Pennsylvania effort in federal court on Monday, "demanding a statewide recount on constitutional grounds."
Stein plans to announce "the next step" in the presidential recount effort on Monday during a previously scheduled news conference at Trump Tower in New York City.
Hatred of Castro can make people lose perspective. The economic blockade did not budge Castro from power — and did much to harm the Cuban people.
Three great Democratic players are taking their last bows. Their vigorous voices will be missed in the fight against President Trump. There's nobody quite like this trifecta, all proudly from humble origins.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, a Republican, filed a lawsuit on Friday to halt the requested recount in his state, where Trump won with a margin of roughly 10,700 votes over Clinton.
China's Xinhua news agency said Trump should know Beijing can be "cooperative" if Washington respects China's interests, including the issue of Taiwan.
Despite his populist rhetoric, what Trump proposes is scarcely different from what all of his Republican predecessors did. And that doesn't bode well for jobs.