By Rodrigo Campos
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Former U.S.
President Trump continues his online fight with representative Frederica Wilson, urging the media to keep reporting on the controversy. In a tweet this Saturday morning the President said Wacky Wilson is killing the democratic party, suggesting any statement she makes is a blow to their agenda.
Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon blasts George W. Bush, after the former President denounced nationalism during a speech this week. During a speech at the California republican party convention Friday, Bannon said Bush’s Presidency was the most destructive in history.
Main stream media is pushing back against President Trump’s tweet about rising crime in the UK. On Friday, the President tweeted, citing a report crime in the UK has risen 13% as a result of the spread of radical Islamic terrorism.
President Trump said he will release classified documents regarding the JFK assassination. The President tweeted Saturday morning he will allow the long-blocked JFK files to be opened. Details on the incident were scheduled to be released by October 26th according to a bill passed by former President, George H.W. Bush in 1992.
Secretary general of the United Nations — Antonio Guterres — says we live in a messy world which needs strong u-s engagement. He made the comments during his visit to the White House where he is spending the day with President Trump.
President Trump continues his search for chair of the U.S. central bank, but White House officials say a front runner has already emerged. After meeting with five finalists Thursday, Federal Reserve Governor Jerome Powell has emerged as the president’s front-runner.
President Trump vows to give more support to hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico. During a meeting with Governor Ricardo Rosello at the White House Thursday, the president said the situation was difficult, but there are tremendous assets on the island.