Trump’s Erdogan call reflects terrorism focus, White House says

April 19, 2017

Washington (CNN)The Trump administration issued one mightily mixed message Monday. President Donald Trump congratulated Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on a contested referendum that granted him broad new powers and deepened concern about the NATO ally’s growing authoritarianways. Trump’s outreach to Erdogan put him on a very short list of those who praised the results, including Hamas, the Palestinian militant group labeled a terrorist organization by the United States. …


Dems Challenge Kushner’s Security Clearance Over Hidden Russian Meetings

April 14, 2017

… significant issue for the Trump transition, notes the letter, pointing to Michael Flynns ouster as Trumps national security adviser after lying about foreign contacts during the transition. We are concerned that Jared Kushner may have engaged in similar deception, the letter adds. There was no immediate response to the letter from the FBI. The Senate Intelligence Committee plans to quiz Kushner as part of its ongoing probeinto the Trump teams Russian ties. Related Coverage More Power For …


Trump denies climate change, but could one day be its victim

April 11, 2017

(CNN)Not far from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, one expert after another warned Monday about the dangers that rising sea levels pose to Florida’s coast. Not that surprising, except this was a Senate committee field hearing challenging the position shared by President Donald Trump and many Republicans in Congress that climate change isn’t real. The site of the hearing — just four miles from Trump’s weekend getaway in Palm Beach — was clearly intended to send a …


CNN 10 – April 10, 2017

April 10, 2017

… broke international law and that they would, quote, “response strongly” to any aggression Syria. The U.S. missiles were fired from U.S. warships in the Eastern Mediterranean. And in response and in apparent show of force, Russia has moved a warship to a port in western Syria. The Middle Eastern nation has continued operations at the damage airbase. In the U.S. capitol, Neil Gorsuch is set to sworn in today as the 113th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Senate confirmed him on …


Congress Loves The Syria Strike. But Senators Can’t Say Why Trump Thinks It’s Legal.

April 8, 2017

… inherent authority. I think the president should be able to act, said Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.), the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. The president is commander-in-chief, said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). Its the same rationale that Ronald Reagan used after there was a bombing of a bar, a disco in Berlin, and . This is not the first time a president of the United States has acted militarily in response to a crisis, and a necessity for us to react. If there was no clear …


Congress didn’t just make your data less safe it has put national security at risk

April 4, 2017

… attached PDF, at which point sophisticated malware developed by a U.S. adversarys intelligence organization imbeds itself and begins silently transmitting every file stored on the hard drive to a clandestine server, activating a system that monitors her future web and email activities, plus, for good measure, every keystroke she types. SEE ALSO: U.S. Senate to America: Yeah, well let internet providers pimp out your personal data This continues for over a year until the malware is discovered, …


The only 4 things you need to know about Trump and Russia

April 1, 2017

… counsel for the House Intelligence Committee. Democrats, as one might imagine, have not taken news of Nunes’ end-around well. Schiff has since asked his Republican colleague to recuse himself from the investigation. Others have simply turned their attention to the Senate, where a similar probe is now taking shape. The House effort, they say, is hopelessly compromised. More From this publisher : HERE Recommended ProductsHangoutMillionaire 2 Monthly Auto Create videos from slides, …