However, he recently held an event at the White House to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month that has raised a few eyebrows. In the proclamation, Trump mentioned that Hispanic-owned small businesses are the fastest growing businesses in America.
The president also made it clear that he has not taken the decision yet about moving the USA embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, saying, "We're going to make a decision in the not too distant future". One of the islands most affected by the hurricane's wrath was USA territory Puerto Rico. He's mocking Puerto Ricans and their accents, further alienating their people and separating their plights from one that is "American".
'Pueh-tow Rik-oh' doesn't sound like a Spanish accent to me. Instead, he mocked their language, their people, and their culture, and ultimately their place in the United States. He doesn't seen to understand that he is the President of the United States and that is unsafe.
Following that move and Trump's now famous promise to meet any north Korean aggression with "fire and fury", Pyongyang declared that it would retaliate against the U.S.by any means possible.
Other Republican senators such as Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) have also said they are open to legislation on bump stocks. He said that he would visit Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with first responders and the victims. Thousands of rescue workers are now in both Puerto Rico and Mexico providing aid.
Thirty-four people died as a result of the storm, and the majority of the island remains without power.
Presidents of United States simply do not talk this way.
The sad reality is that even if Iran were to comply with the letter of the nuclear agreement, it will still be able to develop the capability to build up a vast nuclear arsenal within a relatively short time.
In his war declaration on March 19, 2003, Bush said "Intelligence gathered - leaves no doubt that the Iraq regime continues to possess and hide some of the most lethal weapons ever devised".
Sanders said for Trump protecting American people was an extremely serious job.
But the Trump administration announced Friday that it would allow more employers to opt out of no-cost birth control to women by claiming religious or moral objections. You begin to assume that it's more about getting attention, than it is about proclaiming some kind of national policy.
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