President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is calling for the full release of the special counsel’s report.
According to a U.S. official, tours of Chinese “vocational camps” are highly organized and misleading.
Senator Ted Cruz said House Democrats will likely continue their push to impeach President Trump.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 1:21 PM PT — Monday, March 25, 2019 Attorney Michael Avenatti is facing federal charges in California and New York. Federal prosecutors…
Two long-range rockets fired from the Gaza Strip hit the central Israel Sunday, destroying a home and injuring at least six people. Emergency responders said none of those injuries are life threatening.
The four page summary of the Special Counsel report by U.S. Attorney General William Barr is submitted to congress, with the biggest takeaway being there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
President Trump said the U.S. “will continue to work with our partners and allies to crush radical Islamic terrorists” amid the fall of the last ISIS stronghold in Syria. In a statement Saturday,the president said the U.S. along with it’s partners have liberated all ISIS-controlled territory in Syria and Iraq. He also warned young people who believe Islamic State propaganda online, they will be dead if they join the extremist group.
A key member of the national economic council and top trade advisor is departing the Trump administration in the near future.On Friday, Council Deputy Director Clete Willems revealed he is stepping down in the coming weeks to spend more time with his family.Willems has helped shape the president’s trade policy on China, played a key role in the new North American Trade deal, and international summits such as the G7 and G20.He will be succeeded by Kelly Ann Shaw who currently works on the economic council as a special assistant.
New Zealand officials ban the manifesto allegedly written by the suspect in last week’s mosque shooting. Reports on Saturday said the country’s “office of film and literature classification” announced the more than 80 page document is “objectionable under law.”New Zealand’s chief censor said there’s an important distinction between legal “hate speech.” and a publication “deliberately constructed to inspire further murder and terrorism.”The ban forbids any citizen from possessing the document, or sharing it on social media. The document was posted on social media, and sent to the office of the prime minister prior to the shooting on March 16th.