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CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 7:49pm EDT
, newt will discuss president trump and his relationship with congress. sean hopwood will explain his path from prison to georgetown law and his fight for prison reform. and neil joseph will talk about the recent nfl players neil anthem.ring the what c-span's washington journal live at 7:00 a.m. eastern. join the discussion. all weekend long, american history tv is join our spectrum cable partners to showcase the history of portland maine. to learn more, visit c-span.org/citiestour. we continue with our look at the city of portland. tour of the driving city. >> thank you for showing us around. when people hear portland, theland, maine may not be first place that comes to mind. >> portland, maine is the first portland in the united states. oregon is the one that stole our name. the two people who founded the city both wanted to name it after their hometown. in this city was a part of massachusetts when it started. it's one of the oldest working parishes in the city continuously. the original building was wooden with a steeple on top. was the church with a henry wadsworth longfellow fam
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 7:32pm EDT
. gingrichrning, newt will discuss president trump and his relationship with congress. sean hopwood will explain his path from prison to georgetown law and his fight for prison reform. and neil joseph will talk about the recent nfl players neil
Univision
Oct 21, 2017 4:30pm PDT
el prÓximo-- propio presidente trump durante la campaÑa presidencial 2016, cuando se refiriÓ la portada de una revista en la que sugerÍa que el padre del demÓcrata apliquen una fotografÍa con el asesino de kennedy repartiendo panfletos meses antes del asesinato. cruise respondiÓ diciendo que era un mentiroso patolÓgico. como sea, la cuenta regresiva ha comenzado. muchos no descartan que la publicaciÓn sea parcial y profundamente habitada. los responsables de los archivos nacionales tienen hasta el 26 de octubre para decidir cuÁl de estos documentos serÁn dados a conocer a la opiniÓn pÚblica. aranza: gracias por la informaciÓn. el presidente donald trump volviÓ a atacar a la congresista demÓcrata, dijo que ella estÁ matando su partido polÍtico. la confrontaciÓn comenzó tras una llamada de condolencia de trump a la viuda de un sargento que muriÓ durante una emboscada en África. wilson, quien estaba presente durante la llamada, calificÓ la palabra del mandatario como respetuosas mandÓ trump supuestamente dijo que el soldado sabÍa a lo que se exponÍa. hoy la v
PBS
Oct 21, 2017 4:30pm PDT
. - i'm evan smith. she covered donald trump's presidential campaign in 2016 for nbc and msnbc, and lived to tell about it. her memoir of her time on the trail, unbelievable, has just been published and it's already a new york times bestseller. she's katy tur, this is overheard. (easy listening music) let's be honest, is this about the ability to earn, or is this about the experience of not having been taught properly? how have you avoided what has befallen other nations in africa? and you could say that he'd made his own bed, but you caused him to sleep in it. you'd saw a problem and, over time, took it on. let's start with the sizzle before we get to the steak, are you gonna run for president? i think i just got an f from you, actually. (audience laughter) (applause) katy tur, welcome. - thanks for having me. - so good to see you, congratulations on the book, it's so great. - thank you! - i love this book, and the thing i love about it the most is that you had the good sense to write it, you were the earliest or among the earliest people on the trump campaign. you had the good sen
RT
Oct 21, 2017 7:29pm EDT
contract breaks down there has to be a revolution and of course that's why we're trump is a guy who could be in the white house during an american revolution and who knows which way that's going to go. well i just bring it back to this notion that everybody acts like it's some foreign. you know superman guy who lost hillary clinton the election when we arrived back to the u.s. last year right before the election a week before the election and by the way they announced a new obamacare increases and there was forty four percent in north carolina where we were where hillary was supposed to win by five points i think you know basically the political pundits they underestimate the sort of you know anger that this causes people it's one thing if you're paying this much i'm forced to pay this much for your service when you don't actually receive any health care for those who think you have to pay another seven thousand on top of it so it feels like a total rip off and it feels like you're being plundered yes you know you're happy for the sixty you know fifty sixty percent of americans who have l
CBS
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
do. >> reporter: president trump's efforts to console johnson's widow launched a war of words with florida congresswoman frederica wilson. >> he never called him a hero. >> i called many people and i would think that every one of them appreciated it. >> reporter: in an interview set to air sunday, the president insisted he said nothing wrong. roxana saberi for cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> well, secretary of state rex tillerson is in saudia arabia tonight. it is the first stop on his week long tour of the middle east and south asia. in saudia arabia tillerson will attempt to seal a new alliance between the saudis and iraq. u.s. officials see it as key. >>> president trump's former chief strategist steve bannon delivers a blistering attack on former president george w. bush. bannon responded to mr. trump's criticism of president trump -- mr. bush's criticism that is of president trump, america first agenda. >> there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he equates the industrial revolution the agri
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, tonight a federal appeals court ordered the trump administration to at least change the way it has been treating a 17-year-old girl who is in federal custody and wants to have an abortion. the girl is being held as a part of the refugee human services agency. the president appointed an official to run that office who didn't seem like a great fit when it was announced. this is the reasonable settlement, president trump tricked to run this office of refugee resettlement has no experience in reasonables or resettlement of anyone. what he has done is he's a very prolific anti-abortion activist and even within that movement, he's known as a foreliner, he argued it's not enough to make abortion legal, he argues it should also be a posed to birth control. now, why someone with a pag for that particular issue should be put in charge of refugee settlement with no experience in that field. anybody's guess. but that choice by the trump administration has hurricane u turned out to be a consequential thing for a lot of individual young women whose lives are very much now subject to that one off
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
, who graptd it. >> thank you very much. president trump today said he does not plan to block the release of thousands much government documents related to the assassination of president john f. kennedy. the documents have never been seen by the public, and the president said that subject to the receipt of further information, he will allow the too i guess to be oemd. in 19 the 2 congressman dated that all the documents be released within 25 years. the deadline is this coming thursday. >>> another former president, george w. bush, was the subject of harsh words last night by steve bannon, the former white house chief strategist, who has declared war on the republican establish not. bannon's attack came in california at the state republican party's fall convention. nbc's kelly o'donnell is at the high school. now, kelly, of all places to criticize a former president why would steve bannon attack president bush in front of are ps who likely voted for him twice? >>. >> caller: well, it really stands out. steve bannon calls himself president trump's wing man outside chtd white house a
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
president trump's phone call to a grieving widow. general kelly then defended trump's conversation with a woman he followed up by saying representative wilson had taken credit for getting funding for an fbi building but a video of her speech shows she never actually took that credit. well president trump meantime says the representative should have never listened to trump's call with the widow in the first place. >> he was so offended that a woman would be -- that somebody would be listening to that call. he was -- he actually couldn't believe it. actually he said to me, sir, this is not acceptable. this is really not. he knew -- i was so nice -- look, i have called many people. and i would think that every one of them appreciated it. i was very surprised to see this, to be honest with you. julie: kristen fisher reports from the white house tonight. president trump is continuing to escalate his feud with the florida congresswoman. what is the very latest between them? >> well, julie, just hours before the congresswoman was set to attend the funeral for this fallen soldier, one of the fo
BBC News
Oct 22, 2017 12:00am BST
attack on friday, another car bomb kills 15 army personnel in kabul. also coming up: donald trump has announced he plans to release thousands of classified documents relating to the assassination ofjohn f kennedy in 1963. hello and welcome to bbc world news. the political crisis in spain has deepened. the leader of catalonia says the region will not accept madrid's plan to impose direct rule, and carles puigdemont described the spanish prime minister's plans as the worst attack on catalonia's institutions since the fascist dictatorship of general franco. mariano rajoy earlier announced plans to sack the regional government, suspend the parliament, and hold fresh elections. almost 500,000 people protested on saturday against those measures. from barcelona, tom burridge reports. angrier than ever before — catalans who want independence, digesting madrid's unprecedented move to temporarily scrap their devolved government. theyjust want to crush us down. and we've got dignity. we've got our dignity. we've fought for it for years. we couldn't speak catalan 40, 50 years ago. are we going
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
right here next week. >> lou: good evening, everybody. president trump addressing what may be the bigest scandal in american history. shocking implication with the obama administration and the clintons in a multimillion racketeering scheme that involved russian purchase of uranium one and gave moscow control of a fifth of american uranium. >> uranium is a big subject. if the mainstream media would cover the uranium scandal and that russia has 20 percent of the urannian for a lot of reason and people understand those reasons, that is your real russia story and not collusion and there was none. it was a hoax. >> lou: we learned that president obama's justice department blocked an fbi informant for testifying before congress about racketeering and denied access by the obama justice department is in itself illegal and unconstitutional. the unidentified american businessman turned informant has direct knowledge of how the nuclear energy sought to pay off bill and hillary clinton clinton and documents bribes and money laundering that secured u.s. government a provenal of uranium one by
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 2:00am +03
businessman who's been compared to donald trump looks set to become the czech republic's new prime minister about the euro skeptic a and all party one about thirty percent of the vote in saturday's parliamentary election he's been critical of the e.u. in the past and is against the czech republic joining the euro zone but it says he wants to take an active role in shaping the e.u. policies and he's beginning talks to form a coalition government. we have extremely excited and we really want to thank you you've supported is in such numbers almost one and a half million volunteers something we did not expect would you put the confidence in a. campaign that's been going on for almost two years. when among the parties that will be vying to be in the coalition is the far right s.p.d. which polled in fourth place. political program in this key elements on the referendum including the referendum on leaving the european union it includes. within this immigration. law and as promotion. people in argentina are going to vote to replace members of congress and the senate on sunday but the election's bee
Deutsche Welle
Oct 22, 2017 1:00am CEST
other stories making news around the world u.s. president donald trump says he will allow the release of long secret files related to john f. kennedy's one thousand nine hundred sixty three assassination next week the true visits back to include more than thirty thousand classified documents that were previously redacted and three thousand that have been that have never been seen by the public. hundreds have gathered to mourn seven victims of a military attack in egypt's western desert officials say at least fifty four people were killed in gun battles friday in giza province that's located southwest of cairo militants fired rockets and detonated explosives during a police operation moving in on a suspected hideout. afghanistan's defense ministry says a suicide bomber killed at least fifteen army recruits as they were leaving their base in the capital kabul four others were wounded this latest incident comes at the end of a particularly bloody week in afghanistan seven major attacks have killed almost two hundred fifty people since tuesday populist billionaire has won a resoundingly big
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
trump, breaking the code of silence that former presidents normally maintain. and particular, it was the comments by bush warning against bigotry that left trump's former chief strategist, steve bannon, to deliver a blistering attack on bush and call for a republican revolt. >> president trump to me embarrassed himself. speech writer wrote a high pha fluten speech. it's clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about. he has no earthly idea whether he's coming or going. just like it was when he was president of the united states. there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >> well, steven sanchez joins us live from the white house and boris, do we know if the president was aware bannon was going to say those things? >> reporter: hey, pamela, it is not clear. cnn has reached out to the white house for comment on bannon's comments, but we have yet to get a response. it is something of this white house has had to talk about before though. you'll recall just last week, bannon was talk iing about mitc mcconnell as if he were julius ceaser and he talked
Univision
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
no mÁs de trump. la gente estÁ cansada de oÍr la crÍtica. ya sabemos que estÁ en contra de nosotros. la pregunta es ¿quÉ vas a hacer diferente para poder hacer algo concreto? la gente a nivel nacional necesita nuestro pueblo necesita algo para ya no tener el miedo que los van a deportar, ¿quÉ va hacer Él? ¿va a seguir peleando? ¿ideas para tener algo concreto? presentador: le pregunto la Última. ¿quÉ va a pasar en el partido demÓcrata? ¿a quiÉn va apoyar? son dos lÍderes aqui en el estado de california. ¿a quiÉn cree que va apoyar el partido demÓcrata nosotros y aquÍ en el estado de california. a quiÉn le va a dar dinero, y a quiÉn le va a dar el apoyo. >> muy buena pregunta. yo creo que el dinero ya digamos, el dinero viejo. ya estÁ blez ido como dijiste. va a seguir. y el nuevo dinero. y otra gente y otras industrias como esa, es posible que vayan con de leÓn. ha estado haciendo cosas para poder conseguir ese apoyo de ellos siendo senador estatal, me parece que ha establecido cierto credibilidad con esas entidades, pero vas a ver una divisiÓn y vas a ver esa
RT
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
result as a huge success of a billionaire ahead of the party who many compared to donald trump is now set to become prime minister. the group system with. the movements. there is no place for migrants in europe. i don't want to be in the eurozone country to be a. greek. let's face it. not in the form of this economy. is so weak. some of our political approach is just the real world. now across the european union nationalist and euro skeptic parties have enjoyed rising support over the past three years in france the leader of the national front party was the main rival to. the country's presidential election in germany last month. not only entered parliament for the first time but it became the third largest party in the and the freedom party in austria recently came the third in elections there now former czech foreign minister. believes europe only has itself to blame. in europe. in the face of the new one. we can see euro skeptic forces going to see the product leave the jet in many schools in austria this is a very must see for the three of you to skip the courses and maybe in the
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 6:59pm EDT
eastern c-span 2. c-span, a discussion on freedom of the press. president trump's recent comments criticizing the media, and their roles as comes to s when it media. cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] just hello and welcome. we're programmed tonight, we're guardians of the fourth our guard arians are our guests the executive editor of the "new york times" and baron the executive editor of the "washington post." arguably the two most editors of the two influential newspapers in the country. dean has been in this job since 2014, having earlier served as managing editor and washington bureau chief of "the times." he also edited the "los angeles times" and won by a pulitzer prize reporting for the chicago tribune and started his newspaper career way back when as a young journalist at the times picayune in new orleans. martin baron, marty to most of his friends joined the "washington post" in 2013 after 11 years editing the "boston globe." both papers under
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 11:45pm BST
kills 15 army personnel in kabul. also coming up: donald trump has announced he plans to release thousands of classified documents relating to the assassination ofjohn f kennedy in 1963.
Univision
Oct 21, 2017 6:30pm EDT
documento serÁ dado a conocer a la opiniÓn pÚblica. arantxa: el presidente donald trump, volviÓ a atacar a la congresista demÓcrataen un twitter en el que la llamÓ " loca " y dijo que estÁ matando su partido polÍtico. la confrontaciÓn comenzó tras una llamada de condolencia tras la viuda de quien muriÓ tras una emboscada en África. ella calificÓ las palabras del mandatario como irrespetuosas, cuando chan supuestamente dijo que el soldado sabÍa a lo que se exponÍa. hoy, la viuda embarazada del sargento johnson, con sus familiaresrealizar en el funeral de este hÉroe de guerra. johnson fue sepultado en hollywood, dÓnde se le rindieron los honores militares. tambiÉn se recordÓ a los otros tres soldados que murieron junto a johnson el 4 de octubre. el controversial ex consejero de la casa blanca, se presentÓ como orador en la convenciÓn semi anual del partido republicano en california. un estado principalmente demÓcrata, dónde trump perdiÓ con una diferencia de 4 millones de votos. el polÉmico estratega hizo explosivas declaraciones contra el expresidente y contra los repub
RT
Oct 21, 2017 6:29pm EDT
captured the government they did before trump they did it was it was born run but now it's more evident you know that they're like a cat that actually killed a mouse a long time ago but only now showed up at your front door and just dropped the carcass on your fridge is like. that right. and regulators are looking the other way while we're getting. like some sort of reverse pornography but speaking of looking the other way this week new documents reveal just how much the u.s. knew about the nineteen sixty five genocide in indonesia and yet look to the other way thirty nine us embassy in jakarta documents show the u.s. diplomatic personnel were fully aware all aware of the scale and savagery of the nine hundred sixty five sixty six killings basically anti-communist indonesian paramilitary leaders and military units massacred a million of their fellow citizens for being alleged communists and our government even helped fund the military that was doing the killing mother jones magazine called it the. biggest us back to genocide you've never heard of because just calling it the bigg
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 6:29pm EDT
of,g we she was asked multiple times if there was overlap between the used by the trump campaign and that used by russian operatives and she answer.t host: why wouldn't she answer? the question ged multiple times. she didn't give a particular reason for why she wasn't clear answer on what the company has seen. obviously this is an ongoing investigation and it's not a to go n that's going away. host: david mccabe, what's the response so far from congress on issue? david: congress remains very reoccupied by this question, particularly the democrats on the house and senate intelligence committee. those are two of the committees been briefed on the facebook ads and now have them possession, and so from congress, they have some follow-up questions about that. to know where the bhernl internal investigation is going and they want to know how it ill be prevented in future elections, perhaps as early as next month in virginia. host: this is almost a tech than a journalist ethics question, isn't it? you know, it's a question of how these systems work certainly. nd that's why they have rec
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 1:00am +03
businessman he's been called to check donald trump looks set to become the czech republic's new prime minister. zero skeptic and i party is what about thirty percent of the parliamentary election he's been critical of the two in the past and is against the czech republic joining the euro zone and he's beginning talks to form a coalition government. not. we have extremely excited and we really want to thank you you've supported us in such numbers almost one and a half million voters is something we did not expect would you put the confidence in it even despite a massive information campaign that's been going on for almost two years well earlier i asked the czech economist thomas i'd like czech about his victory and he believes the right wing leaders rise reflects a general trend in the west. it came as no surprise you know this is quite a general trend i receive in the west that populists are sort of gaining elite and the likening to trump or to berlusconi i don't think is that far off but i would say that this populous of ours mr bobbitt is not the worst kind and we have much wo
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
hurricane relief in texas, florida, puerto rico, and the u.s. virgin islands. president trump will deliver a taped messageuring the d ralpand as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care as a candidate for governor, i sponsored this ad because i've stood up to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all. >>> an early morning chase and crash in charles county, maryland has left three people dead. that chase ended on maryland route 925 near billingsley road. we have live reaction from one of the victim's uncles. darcy? >> reporter: erika, a short time ago i was able to speak to the uncle of one of the passengers who died in the crash. let's show you where we are. this is 301 behind us in wa waldorf. this is a tree where the car came to a rest. people have already begun to place flowers here in memory of the victims. h
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 11:00pm BST
ambassador. president trump is planning to open up secret files on the assassination ofjohn f kennedy. and a big shock in the premier league, as newly promoted huddersfield beat manchester united for the first time in 65 years. and in half an hour, a look at tomorrow's front pages, including the observer, which leads on the growing political tensions in spain. good evening and welcome to bbc news. the spanish prime minister, mariano rajoy, is planning to strip regional leaders in catalonia of their powers following their controversial referendum on independence. almost 500,000 people have been protesting against the new measures. the catalan leader says they are the worst attack on catalonia since the fascist regime of general franco. tom burridge reports from barcelona. angrier than ever before, catalans who want independence, digesting madrid's unprecedented move. to temporarily scrap their devolved government. theyjust want to crush us down. and we've got dignity. we've got our dignity. we fought for it for years, we're going to be catalans. we fought for it, like, 40, 50 years. are we
RT
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
parliamentary elections with its billionaire leader whom many have compared to donald trump and set to become prime minister. also human rights organizations have warned that the deaths could rise in greek refugee camps this winter the cold weather and a lack of medical help killed a five year old girl. my name is neil harvey this is an international. crisis in catalonia has taken a nother dramatic turn after the spanish government said on saturday it would impose direct rule on the region and triggered a wave of protests with almost half a million people turning out onto the streets of barcelona local officials branded madrid's decision as an attack on freedom day it's part of the initiative the council on leadership will be removed from office. but you have to know that this measure we're going to implement has a lot to do with the goal of whole. during an election in catalonia the region will have to hold an election within six months the mind tension is to hold it as soon as we recover all of us but one of our part of the spanish government has carried out the worst attack against scotlan
NBC
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
cold air is coming in just a few minutes. >>> president trump says tonight he east allow the release of never before seen documents related to the assassination of john f. kennedy. the national after ives has until surveys related to the assassination. 3,000 of those documents have never been seen by the public. investigators found that kennedy was shot and killed by lee harvey oswald in dalles in 1963. police are looking for a white pickup truck with a ladder rack, and some time of riding on the driver's side door. one of the victims, a 16-year-old girl was airlifted to children's hospital. she's in serious condition. >>> next on nbc 10 news, up in flames. a tool plant completely engulfed in flames. now being called a disaster area. >>> and out of the rubble, a glimmer of hope, a couple goes back home after a wildfire took almost everything they owned. so i'm calling to see if you can help me save on my energy bill. we can do that. great. i live in a post-war, pre-war, mid-century home and the heating system is a turbine, hvac, reverse hydrogen, boiler pipe unit. well sir, peco can
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
. president trump was the only remaining hurdle to this thursday's legally required release of more than 3,000 classified documents from the kennedy assassination. what might they reveal? >>> plus with north korea threatening nuclear war and the president headed to south korea on november 7, is it too risky for him to follow protocol and visit the demilitarized zone? >>> also there's a senator on trial for bribery, robert menendez. but will a recent supreme court case make it impossible to successfully prosecute any government officials for corruption? >>> and this, another trump football controversy, but it doesn't involve kneeling. is this banner at a high school football game racist? >>> but first i want to be heard on the controversial over presidential notification of the passing of our finest. by now you know the story, on october 4, four u.s. soldiers were killed in niger. on monday, october 16, the president was asked by cnn's sara murray, why haven't we heard anything from you so far about the soldiers killed in niger? and what do you have to say about that? the president respon
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 3:00pm PDT
o'reilly et cetera or weinstein, actually with donald trump, the original sort of story becomes a deluge and people feel empowered to come forward. talk about the fact it takes one person to come forward before everyone else feels comfortable? >> sure. on one hand think about this definitely, a watershed moment or tipping point, but what we see is that it requires almost an avalanche, you called it dell huge of women coming forward. we don't believe one or two. it takes fearless reporting as well as a community of women saying that this has happened to them over and over again. that's the good side. the flip side, though, a number of men like quentin tarantino, colin firth, express sympathy but benefited from their silence. we believe these women's stories, to prevent this we have to imagine or understand how male complicity hurts these women and maintains sufficient iring in silence and gives men wonderful opportunities to succeed in an industry that's male dominated. there's two sides to this. until that changes, equal pay and equal opportunities, the law of hole woot and law of
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
credit here do you think the trump administration gets for this victory as opposed to the obama administration because the obama administration folks say all the trump folks are doing is basically following through on our strategy, yes or no? >> well, the obama administration made a strategic error, main effort should have been the caliphate in syria because that was their headquarters. we made the main effort iraq and we had to wait for a year and a half to get the troops retrained to be able to do it, during that entire time we should have taken the caliphate away and in my judgment, isis would not have become this significant iconic force it became and be able to direct activities worldwide. five years in that cap fate was much too long. all that said, the facts are that the trump administration came in, took the obama plan, but made it more effective. easy enough on the rules of engagement, putting artillery in there, commanders on the ground full authority to conduct a war, no micro managing in the white house, they deserve credit for changing how we operate and making thos
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 10:45pm BST
of this, bonnie? jfk, back to a paragraph, or give you mind,...m is trump's right shiny object of the week. to deflect us from what israeli going on. he holds up —— deflect us from what is really going on. he announces he is going to release the jfk files on thursday, it is probably a load of garbage. it was 25 years ago. everybody went, oh, my god, let's get these out there, 25 years later, there is that resident holding up a shiny object saying, you will see who killed jfk. the glamour of the kennedys is undiminished. and you excited? i will be interested to read it. remember, trump is a conspiracy here rest. but he had doesn't read so he hasn't read it, hejust rest. but he had doesn't read so he hasn't read it, he just wants you to read it, a bright shiny object, bright shiny object! there you are, donald trump doesn't read, you heard it here. dojoin bonnie and myself at 11:30pm. in the meantime, it is meet the author. . william shakes here had a younger brother rick church, and we know less about him than we do about the bard. the historical novel —— novelist bernard c
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 10:30pm BST
cost billions. and, now, here we are with this. people are depending on it. a bit of what donald trump is doing in america. if she doesn't get this out in time for people, she has been awarded this could be her poll tax, and we know what that means. she is facing a backbench rebellion over this just she is facing a backbench rebellion over thisjust at the she is facing a backbench rebellion over this just at the time she she is facing a backbench rebellion over thisjust at the time she is perceived to be weak and i think it will be an interesting budget coming up will be an interesting budget coming up on novemberthe will be an interesting budget coming up on november the 22nd because there will have to be an announcement on universal credit because even people who physically would sometimes use the words scroungers, people who don't disagree with the benefit system, fundamentally, think it is operating in an unfairway. fundamentally, think it is operating in an unfair way. the conservatives did to be careful right now because what is happening with brexit. now this. people's nerves ar
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 11:30pm CEST
for this guy as the czech trump who exactly is this man well mr bush is so an oligarch so the second richest person in the czech republic. in many ways it is similar to trump up because he also came from the outside to fix promising to are going to create an artichoke political. system but at the same time i would argue that it is also similar to silvio berlusconi because unlike donald trump mr bob is sure all are some important media outlets in the czech republic and so he's got. tools to promote his so promote his views so quite the character you're describing but in reaction to election results that his party is pro europa during his campaign he thinks very critical of the european union how does this go together. well i expected mr published two changes. shortly after the election so his views on the european union because obviously he sort of crafted his message show its european message show to me. sort of political clientele his electorate because those are mainly older people now who are not entirely. friendly it was the european union and sort of integration and so mr bush w
RT
Oct 21, 2017 5:29pm EDT
through our lawsuit against the trump government right thank you very much that was climatologist dr james hansen. the severance of a society from reality as ours has been severed from the collective recognition of the severity of our climate crisis leaves it without the intellectual and institutional mechanisms to confront its impending mortality it exists in a state of self-induced hypnosis and self-delusion it seeks momentary euphoria meaning in tawdry entertainment and acts of violence and destruction including against people who are demonized and blamed for society's demise and hasten said self immolation while holding up the supposedly inevitability of a glorious national resurgence idiots and charlatans the handmaid's of death who tell us what we want to hear and dismiss unpleasant realities and false lure us into the abyss the complex bureaucratic mechanisms that are created by all civilizations ultimately doom them trapping them in patterns that once assure growth and later assure destruction the difference now is the anthropologist joseph painter has pointed out is the collapse w
gingrich will discuss president trump and his relationship with congress. georgetown university associate law professor will join us to explain his path from prison to georgetown law. and his fight for justice reform. texas professor will talk about the real reason nfl players neil during the national anthem, to raise awareness about police brutality and racial injustice. c-span'so watch washington journal live at 7:00 a.m. eastern. join the discussion. next, sharon b smith talks about general stonewall jackson's warhorse. the virginia historical society hosted this event. .t is just under an hour >> she was a police reporter, covered the state legislator and was a weekend anchor. sharon then moved east where she in television stations at new york and connecticut as a legislative reporter. after espn went on the air and bristol, connecticut she moved into sports journalism. she appeared on an anchored sportscenter and it -- and eventually down the stretch. the first weekly horsing program on cable television. she also anchored espn broadcast of kentucky derby day, preakness day, the breed
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 12:00am +03
with president don trump's administration under scrutiny after four u.s. soldiers were killed in an ambush and its biggest elsewhere victoria gate in the al-jazeera now a right wing billionaire businessman who's been called the czech donald trump looks set to become the czech republic's new prime minister and. skeptic and no party has won about thirty percent of votes in south and parliamentary election he's been critical of the european union in the past and is against the czech republic joining the euro zone but he now says he wants to take an active role in shaping the policies and he's beginning talks to form a coalition government. this is. not that we have extremely excited and we've been really want to thank you you've supported us in such numbers almost one and a half million voters is something we did not expect would you put the culprit in cinemas even despite the massive this information campaign that's been going on for almost two years well among the part is that will be vying to be in the coalition is the far right s.p.d. which polled in fourth place. if he was willing
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
march that president trump allowed greater authority for africa command to not just target al shabaab when u.s. troops there -- and there were fewer than 100 of them coming under attack, but to offensively target al shabaab. the u.s. has recognized this is a risk and more should be done now before the threat grows even bigger. we have seen thinks kinds of air strikes especially over the summer. there were offensive strikes in somalia, and in august, u.s. troops there came under attacks. so what it tells you, even if they places which are advise and assist missions, the u.s. troops helping they other countries, you know ward over these threads, they're ville at the dangerous. they do come under attack. >> it's a huge risk. michelle kosinski, great reporting. thank you so much for that. the military has released few details, including two green berets and two support soldiers in nijer. how it happened remains a mystery. i'm joined by cnn military and diplomatic analyst, former state department spokesman rear admiral john kirby in washington. at the admiral, senator lindsey graham respon
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
heroes is not appropriate." so now we have president trump himself weighing in. he's trying to explain how tough it is to make those calls. >> these are tougher than dealing with heads of countries, believe me. these are very, very hard calls, they're sad and sometimes -- you know, the grieving is so incredible. he's an elegant man and wonderful man and he's doing a fantastic job as chief. >> so the politics continue, back and forth continues, all an the same day that the fallen american soldier at the center of this, sergeant ladavid johnson, is laid to rest in florida. eric? >> eric: very emotional service. meanwhile, the growing controversy questioning what happened in niger in that ambush. what do we know about that at this hour? >> the investigation by the defense department is continuing and the white house said it will not rest until it gets some answers. to that end, there's been a lot of controversy about how much information this administration was providing to the senate and to the congress. so jim mattis went to capitol hill and met with senator john mccain after mccain com
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 10:00pm BST
been as bad as predicted. donald trump says he plans to allow the release of classified documents around the assassination of presidentjohn f. kennedy. a big shock in the premier league, newly promoted huddersfield beat manchester united, for the first time in 65 years. good evening and welcome to bbc news. the leader of catalonia has condemned the spanish government's plans to sack the regional administration as a coup. hundreds of thousands of people have turned out on the streets of barcelona to protest against the decision of the spanish government to take control in the region. the spanish prime minister, mariano rajoy, said there'd be new elections to the catalan parliament. he said he'd been left with no choice by an illegal independence referendum and leaders who had chosen confrontation. earlier, catalonia's president, carles puigdemont compared the actions of the spanish government to those of the country's former dictator, general franco. translation: in my latest letter to the spanish president, i asked him for dialogue, and i reminded him that this is a necessity... t
RT
Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
republic's parliamentary elections with its billionaire leader who many compared to donald trump to become prime minister. and human rights organizations of war deaths could rise in greek refugee camps this winter after cold weather and a lack of medical help killed a five year old girl. i see joining is just past midnight here in moscow my name is neil harvey and this is r.t. . almost half a million people packed onto the streets of barcelona denouncing the latest actions of madrid local officials branded the national governments moves as an attack on freedom and even a coup against catalonia a sentiment that was later record by the regional president earlier on saturday the spanish prime minister the senate to remove the main figures in the catalan government and to transfer their responsibilities to ministers. but you have to know that this measure we're going to implement has a lot to do with the goal of holding an election in catalonia the region will have to hold an election within six months but my intention is to hold it as soon as we recover all of this but one of our part of the
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
paying respects to one of the soldiers who was killed in niger, president trump continues to go over congresswoman. the president tweeting i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky congresswoman wilson in that she as a representative is killing the democratic party. president trump doesn't have that military experience much like his three predecessors with the exception of gorge w. bush in the national guard. kelly has been his most powerful voice in the military, especially on this week's controversy. >> he was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. he knew getting into by joining that 1%. he knew what the possibilities were because we're at war. and when he died in the four cases we're talking about, the four cases in niger and my son's case in afghanistan. when he died, he was surrounded by the best men on this earth, his friends. that's what the president tried to say to four families the other day. >> mira in florida for us where sergeant la david johnson was laid to rest earlier today. we do begin at the white house. kelly o'donnell is standing by for
RT
Oct 21, 2017 4:29pm EDT
euro skeptic party wins the czech republic's parliamentary elections with its billionaire leader who many compared to donald trump.
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
week after president trump's condolence call to sergeant johnson's widow. which set off this cringe worthy week of politics at its worst. >> well i guess, you knew he -- something to the fact that he knew what he was getting into when he signed up, but i guess it hurts any way. just matter of factually. that this is what happens, she was crying the whole time. and when she hung up the phone, she looked at me and said, he didn't even remember his name. >> didn't say what that congresswoman said and she knows it and she is now not saying it. i did not say what she said. and i would like her to make the statement again. because i did not say what she said. >> i was stunned when i came to work yesterday morning, broken hearted at what i saw and i remember congress doing. >> if you want to goat get into a debut with a four star marine general, that is highly inappropriate. >> we go to mia rodriguez florida where the funeral of johnson wrapped up a bit earlier and talking to mia but first to kelly o'donnell at the white house. and we know president trump is back on twitter today and in ty
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
former presidents in the same room. president trump noticeably will not be there. you'll recalli only been a few days since george w. bush and barack obama delivered thinly vail attacks against the commander in chief. and last night steve bannon, trump's defend are on the outside, fired back. >> at the present time it's clear he didn't understand anything he was backing about. he has no earthly idea whether he was coming or going, just like he was when he was president of the united states. there's not been a more destructive presidency than george bush's. >>> boris sanchez will live right outside the white house, and our katy hartung is live at the benefit in texas. bannon han dollar literal regard against the gop establishment, and he delivered that speech at the california gop it convention. does the white house endorse bannon's attacks. >> we asked the white house for comment on bannon's statement. we have yet to hear back. you'll recall earlier this week when the president held a joint press briefs with mitch mcconnell, he was discussed about attacks on mcconnell and other republ
RT
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
sanders as well as the current president donald trump even former first lady michelle obama she gets a mention now the report clearly states that all of these people appeared on a show called they called it politicking with larry david and that would be pretty pretty good the problem is that the famous american comedian has never had to show such a shame on our team politicking it's always been hosted in fact by the veteran journalist larry king big mistake and not the only one the think tank says it took guess things from a show descriptions from a website seems to have left him pretty confused for example boris johnson they claim was on artie's news thing comedy show i ask you was this him. it's always someone with their finger on the right side of international affairs exploring johnson boris welcome. are we going to get a chance to fight the spanish before america and russia killer so. it is all. a british former intelligence officer and a frequent guest on r.t. what she thinks of being on the list. i think we should wear it as a badge of honor because it shows that there is a grou
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
julie banderas. president trump is standing by general kelly. >> we're incredibly blessed to work with someone like general kelly. very few people have sacrificed as much for our country as he has. it's sad that she's chosen to try to politicize this moment when we should focus on those that have sacrificed their greatest, ultimate sacrifice to enjoy the freedoms we all enjoy in the company. >> the president is wrapping up verbal attacks tweeting, "i hope the fake news media keeps talking about wacky congresswoman wilson in that she as a representative is killing the democrat party." kristen fisher is live from the white house with more details. >> keep in mind, this is happening on the same day as the funeral for the american soldier killed in niger, sergeant ladavid johnson, whose widow has found himself at the center of this controversy, between the white house and congresswoman wilson. he was laid to rest a few days ago in florida. white house has been trying to move past the controversy. they were hoping that that briefing room appearance would help them do that. president trump w
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 10:00pm CEST
trump mr bashir old saw some important media outlets in the czech republic and so he's got the tools to promote his promote his views so quite the character you're describing but in reaction to election results is that his party is pro europa during his campaign he thinks very critical of the european union how does this go together. well i expected mr published to changes. shortly after the election so his views on the european union because obviously he sort of crafted his message show is european a message to me. has some sort of political clientele his electorate because those are mainly older people now who are not and virally. friends related towards the european union and sort of integration and so mr bush was trying to speak to them and it seems that the succeeded but for him personally very strong and the european stance is not something that. would promote his business interests because his empire stretches from the czech republic to germany france so they're not relents and certain and it is not in his interest to create a deep divide between the czech republic and the europe
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 9:00pm BST
zimbabwe's president mugabe as a goodwill ambassador. and coming up, almost a year after donald trump was elected, we have a special debate from charleston, south carolina, asking what people there think of his presidency, that's global questions, here on bbc news in 10 minutes time. good evening and welcome to bbc news. the leader of catalonia has condemned the spanish government's plans to sack the regional administration as a coup. hundreds of thousands of people have turned out on the streets of barcelona to protest against the decision of the spanish government to take control in the region. the spanish prime minister mariano rajoy said there'd be new elections to the catalan parliament. he said he'd been left with no choice by an illegal independence referendum and leaders who had chosen confrontation. in the past hour, catalonia's president, carles puigdemont compared the actions of the spanish government to those of the country's former dicator, general franco: translation: in my latest letter to the spanish president, i asked him for dialogue, and i reminded him that... today, th
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