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The uplifting way people from countries Trump mocked are responding to him

He mentioned Russian Federation (3.1%) the most out of other countries, quickly followed by North Korea (3%) and China (1.9%). What Trump asked last Thursday was: "Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" Trump supporters say a big reason why they hold their views is because he is a different kind of president and fighting the establishment. Read More »

CP3, Harden, Ariza Try to Confront Clippers After Loss


Smith gave his two cents on Monday night's melee between the Clippers and Houston Rockets , which might have centered around Chris Paul . NBC Los Angeles reported that Griffin called the contact with D'Antoni was unintentional. The Rockets were without injured All-Star guard James Harden , but the Clippers were without injured All-Star center DeAndre Jordan . They had their homecomings in the Clippers win' December 22 at Houston. Read More »

South Africa protests to USA embassy over Trump "shithole" remark


In a statement on Sunday, the South African international-relations department said the Trump comments were "disturbing" and "crude and offensive". He declined further comment on the U.S. president's reported remarks. "There are many reasons a president shouldn't say such a thing", the editors of the National Review said . Read More »

Watch Sarah Huckabee Sanders battle MSNBC's Hallie Jackson over Trump's FISA tweets


By now, Washington has largely come to grips with the reality of a president who often starts and ends his day with tweets on topics that are a mystery to even his closest aides until they pop up on their smartphones. "Do we need more Haitians?'" "The president has been clear about what his priorities are in that process. I find out about them. but for our purposes, my goal, is we make sure the President is briefed up on what he's about to do". Read More »

Senators who didn't recall Trump using vulgarity backtrack

Just when you thought the lawmakers involved in that "shithole countries" meeting at the White House on Thursday hadn't covered themselves in enough shame, here comes a new development. "I want him back". Nielsen says the conversation was impassioned and the president was using tough language. According to Politico, Durbin wrote in the post, "In a "negotiation" meeting with the president, one GOP House Leader told the president: 'I can not even stand to look at you'". Read More »

Walmart is closing 63 Sam's Club locations


Central Texas Sam's Clubs aren't among those scheduled to close , but stores in Houston , New Caney and San Antonio are. " From what I heard, there's over 260 stores that have been closed down ", Jessica Buckner said, according to KTVA . Read More »

The hubris of Donald Trump


Local legal expert Nico Horn yesterday said Trump's comments were "extremely racist and ridiculous for a leader to say". "Let me put it to you this way - mental instability, mendacity, now bigotry". And as Piers Morgan quizzed Ivana on the alleged comment, Ivana said the president is "definitely not racist". The populations of the African countries and Haiti are mostly black. Read More »

Patriots fans excited for next game against Jacksonville Jaguars


It takes a lot of things - a lot of good fortune, a lot of hard work ... The Patriots quickly silenced the critics with a thorough handling of the overmatched Titans. The first meeting came in the 2005 Divisional round. The Patriots capitalised and turned what would have been a three-and-out inside their own 20 into a 16-play, 91-yard drive that ended with a four-yard touchdown pass from Tom Brady to Chris Hogan . Read More »

Djokovic elbows Young out to reach second round


On Tuesday night, he got something different. Novak Djokovic celebrated his long-awaited return to the grand slam stage with a 6-1 6-2 6-4 demolition of American Donald Young , to reach the second round of the Australian Open on Tuesday. Read More »

North Korea: Trump's button tweet 'spasm of a lunatic'


US officials have suggested that while not invited, Russian Federation and China were generally supportive of the decision to hold a meeting in Vancouver. North Korean officials met their southern counterparts on January 9 for the first such talks in two years. "We openly said that we think this meeting is harmful", Sergey Lavrov said, echoing earlier sentiments from the Chinese government. Read More »

Following 'Shithole' Comments, Trump Insists He's Not a Racist

He tweeted earlier on Sunday that the existing program would "probably" be discontinued. According to a moment-by-moment report of the contentious White House meeting over immigration reform, the Washington Post is reporting that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had President Donald Trump's ear and convinced him to scuttle a bipartisan deal on DACA. Read More »

Google Arts & Culture App now Helps Find your Doppelganger from a Museum


Recently, Google launched an application that can tell you who's your art doppelganger. Since artificial intelligence finds its place everywhere, this became the reason why Google Arts and Culture is viral now. The app is traditionally a hub for art and culture news from around the world, including news and features on modern and classic art, architecture and museum exhibits. Read More »

Snow and frigid air on tap for Tuesday


Temperatures will fall into the teens tonight , with which will create slick spots on area roadways and surfaces. FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY- light snow + falling temperatures = icy travel! A cold front will bring colder air into Alabama; the same front will tap into available moisture to produce a band of light snow. Read More »

Koreas in fresh talks on Winter Olympics


Monday's meeting at the village of Panmunjom followed high-level talks last week, in which South Korea agreed to lift sanctions temporarily to allow North Korean athletes to join the Winter Games. Pyongyang was apparently unhappy with South Korean President Moon Jae-in for saying American pressure was a factor in bringing about dialogue. "At the moment, I think North Korea's orchestra is most likely to come and I heard the North has proposed (to send) their orchestra", the governor said. Read More »

Amazon Echo Spot Smart Clock: All You Need To Know

Amazon's most compact Echo is about to land in the UK. The search engine-turned-AI conglomerate also said that it plans to go head-to-head with Alexa every chance it gets - a statement in which can not be said of Microsoft and Cortana. It's available on your PC, phone, and Xbox console, allowing users to do things like setting a location-based reminder on their PC and receiving the notification on their phone. Read More »

DACA Recipients Can Apply for Renewal

Trump past year ended the DACA program that was created by his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, but delayed deportations to give Congress until March 5 to weigh in on the issue. Dick Durbin of IL said. "The only pathway forward is a bipartisan deal", Graham said. A bipartisan group of Republican and Democratic senators have been working on a compromise, even announcing last week they had reached a tentative agreement on a bill that would include border security. Read More »

Nicaragua piles on Trump criticism after slur


If Democrats are "willing to have new rules, new border security, ending chain migration, having more merit-based system to bring people into this country, more work-based system, I'm all for that", said Paul. He said Durbin and Republican Sen. Trump allegedly made his controversial statement when he met USA legislators who came to see him about a bipartisan - meaning it is supported by Democrats and Republicans - bill on immigration, which Trump rejected. Read More »

Hawaiian authorities explain why it took 38 minutes to cancel false alert


How did it happen? The second emergency alert went out at 8:45 am. USAToday reported that the person at the center of the mistaken alert, and who has been reassigned has worked for the agency for a decade. Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard tweeted that that alert was a false alarm and that she had confirmed with officials that there was no danger to the island. Read More »

Hawaiian emergency worker who sent the wrong message is reassigned


They gave us a look inside the area where the emergency alert system was triggered. Vern Miyagi, administrator of Hawaii's Emergency Management Agency, has acknowledged that "we made a mistake" for which he apologised. But we're going to get involved. The initial alert sent terrified people scrambling for shelter, believing they were about to die. The alert was issued amid high worldwide tensions over North Korea's development of ballistic nuclear weapons. Read More »

ACLU comments on Trump's reported remarks on Haiti and African countries


Former Mexico President Vicente Fox, known for repeatedly trolling Trump on Twitter, adding his voice to the criticisms, writing in a tweet that Trump's mouth was "the foulest shithole in the world". Lindsey Graham confronted the president during the meeting about his comments. But other conservative Christians called the president racist and said church leaders had a moral imperative to condemn him. Read More »

Titans RB ruled out vs Patriots


The Patriots set a new franchise record with 8 sacks in a single postseason game while Tom Brady threw for 337 yards and 3 touchdowns. "Noooo", he responded sarcastically, when a reporter asked about Brady's name being mentioned in a negative light. Read More »

New White House Talking Points on Immigration


Truly. It should be a bill of love. Drugs are pouring into our country at a record pace. "A lot of people coming in that we can't have". President Barack Obama created the DACA program in 2012 to give young immigrants the ability to work legally in the United States . Read More »

Pope says fears nuke war on way to Chile


He will remain in Chile until Thursday when he heads to Peru . Pope Francis has arrived in Chile to begin a three-day visit, but the Argentinian-born pontiff is likely to receive a less-than-warm reception from a country still reeling from the repercussions of a local priest-abuse scandal. Read More »

Galaxy S9 retail box spotted online, Seems to be real

With 3GB RAM, the Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime 2018 will carry 32GB internal storage, which is sufficient for storing plenty of images and videos without using the memory card. Samsung appears to be very confident about the chances of getting its long-in-the-works bendable handsets off the ground, sharing a production and launch schedule with its partners. Read More »

Federer still the man to beat in Melbourne

That's not bothering Roger Federer , who is returning as defending champion just 12 months after entering the season-opening Grand Slam tournament seeded 17th and uncertain of his prospects after six months off the tour with an injured left knee. Read More »

Manchester City end interest in signing Alexis Sanchez


Monday evening certainly wasn't a boring one for United fans because, while watching the side hammer Stoke City 3-0 in the Premier League , plenty of news emerged on the club's much-publicised pursuit of the wantaway Arsenal forward. Club president Stephane Martin insisted to Sud-Ouest there was "nothing new" over their player on Sunday [14 January] night, with club owner Nicolas de Tavernost told L'Equipe: " Malcom will not be leaving". Read More »

White House Physician Declares Trump In 'Excellent Health' After Physical Exam


Whether he did or not, local congressmen spoke to the inappropriateness of such language. I chose to become a USA citizen and I'm about to celebrate my two-year anniversary. Trump's comments also came on the verge of the eighth anniversary of a devastating quake that levied much of Haiti and destroyed large amounts of its public infrastructure. Read More »

Toyota Adding Alexa to Select Cars in 2018


Google Assistant-powered smart displays will performs most of the functions that smart speakers do, while the display will allow you to watch videos from YouTube , make video calls with Duo and find photos from Google Photos, the company said . Read More »

Martin Luther King, III: 'Change is in the air'


They contend that Abbott's record of supporting a state voter ID law, threatening to withhold funding from sanctuary cities and support for legislative redistricting is antithetical to the legacy of the civil rights leader. The fact that Trump spent several hours playing golf was perhaps surprising given that he had used a speech on Friday about Martin Luther King , Jnr day to "encourage all Americans to observe this day with acts of civic work and community service in honour of Dr. Read More »

More Snow on the Way


The counties in the winter storm watch are: Marion, Lamar, Fayette, Winston, Walker, Blount, Etowah, Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Some slick spots will develop on roads by Tuesday morning. Tonight: Increasing clouds with light snow late. Sunshine and south winds will return by afternoon with highs in the lower to mid-30s. Read More »