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not going to hold any kind of press conference before leaving as other G-7 leaders are planning to do. And Theresa May did last night, before she left. I'm sure the sceptics will read plenty into that. We understand he will not be taking questions from.
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On the issue of making money from doing the great work, I've had the pleasure of meeting several prominent figures in the truth movement, and I can tell you (despite their repent popularity on Youtube, the conference circuit, or elsewhere), the majority of them (that I've met) live in impoverished conditions. One truth the awakening community would do well to recognize: just because you have a message and you are popular doesn't mean you know how to make a business out of it or that you have no financial worries. I can't tell you how many messages I receive from people saying this or that person is a disinformation agent or shill because they have ads on their site, or offer a product line to generate revenue. To be sure, there are shills and disinformation agents out there, but making money from the work you do isn't proof positive of that. And frankly, even if someone was making enough money to be considered too rich to be spiritual (if that is even possible) does it change what we can do with their information? Does it make their data any less impact in our personal growth and evolution? Wouldn't it make more sense for us, the consumers of awakening media, to encourage the luminaries in the field to work together—and with us—to support themselves so the work of healing the planet can progress forward quickly? I think we would benefit from being a little less radically idealistic and a bit more inclusively pragmatic.
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conference. We will not get answers here. He flies back to America this evening and questions will wait for him there. The whole FBI investigation into possible conclusion for the Russians and the Trump election.
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from the Trump campaign, certainly at the G7. Mr Trump has decided that he would hold a press conference at the end of the summit like other leaders. He's not allowing reporters to can direct questions. -- that he would hold a press.
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While Roman Polanski 's legal crusade to return to the United States wasn't addressed today at the press conference for his Cannes Film Festival title Based on a True Story , the Oscar-winning director was asked about the Netflix controversy which has weathered the festival. Many stars and filmmakers such as Emma Thompson and Ben Stiller spoke about their concerns in the streaming vs. big screen war during the earlier part of the fest, but for Polanski, he's not ruffled by...
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AI everywhere What we do know for sure is that Apple has already talked up the importance of AI over the last couple of years . A lot of its existing AI technology, powering everything from Siri to Photos, is handled in the cloud, but an on-board chip would allow for speedier, more local, and more private AI processing. If the chip is going to be ready in time for this year's iPhones , then the Worldwide Developers Conference coming up at the start of June would be the perfect place for Apple to announce the initiative. The chip will be able to take work off the main processor and graphics chip, improving performance and battery life along the way, and might also find its way into Apple's other projects, like self-driving car technology and the Siri speaker , Bloomberg's source said. Could the new chip make Siri better than ever?
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going away, but journalists aren't getting a chance to ask Mr Trump for any of the answers in relation to that because we understand he isn't going to, unlike other leaders, hold a press conference before departing. He is not letting journalists ask him any direct questions and.
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get a chance to ask Mr Trump anything because unlike other world leaders including Theresa May last night, he is not expected to give a press conference at the end of the summit. He is not expected to take any direct questions from journalists and journalists would.
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After the G-7 summit of economically advanced countries, the president will address American troops on an Italian base before departing for home. Not yet on the agenda: a news conference. If that holds, Trump will break with presidential precedent by not holding at least one lengthy question-and-answer session with the press while abroad. Anxious about Trump’s tendency to make things worse for himself with unscripted remarks, the White House staff has kept the president a safe distance from journalists for most of the trip. No deadline on climate decision Trump was warmly welcomed in the Middle East, but in Europe he’s faced a far cooler reception. He’s been willing to risk disapproval, engaging in an extraordinary scolding of close allies over their responsibility to pay for mutual defense. But true to form, on Friday Trump also showed that he might be willing to deal.
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Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said that US President Trump and his administration's stance on the 2015 Paris climate agreement remains 'suspended' as the US continue to engage in an 'internal debate' on the matter, during a press conference in Taormina, Friday. SOT, Paolo Gentiloni, Italian Prime Minister (Italian): "A signal of great commitment and great unity came this afternoon from [the leaders of] the G7 with the declaration of Taormina against terrorism and violent extremism. It's a declaration that we have just signed and, as you will see, it contains first of all a political message, obviously: that is, solidarity and unity of the major countries of the free world against terrorism in response to the vile Manchester attack on innocent victims." ¤SOT, Paolo Gentiloni, Italian Prime Minister (Italian): "[The G7 discussion] can be translated into points of convergence on all the matters that we dealt with.
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And if they were innocuous, why didn't we know about them? Well, one thing is certain, Steve, we don't get answers on that from Donald Trump because unlike other world leaders including Theresa May, at the end of the summit we are not expecting the US President to hold a press conference
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When your No. 8 hitter comes out of the moth balls and goes 3-for-3 at the plate with a pair of RBIs, chances are it’s going to be a good night.
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PUCHONG: Ride-hailing service Uber has been put under the spotlight after a pregnant woman, who was robbed at knife point by its driver during a ride on May 21, has miscarried due to the trauma. Cosmetic advisor Wong Mei Yan, 26, who was six weeks into her pregnancy when the robbery took place, said she found out about her miscarriage after a visit to the Serdang Hospital early this morning, following internal bleeding. "I couldn't sleep for three nights following the incident. It caused me so much stress and anxiety, especially knowing that the victim's accomplice is still at large," she told a press conference, here, today. While the driver, who had driven a heavily tinted car, has since been arrested and remanded on May 25, his accomplice, who was also in the car the night of the incident, is still at large. The matter first came to light when Facebook user Eddy Ong shared a post about helping Wong get to the police station, after seeing her waving for help from the road side after being robbed.
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Trump is not planning, we understand, to give a press conference at the end of the G7 summit. He is not planning to talk directly to journalists, don't know whether that is because of uncomfortable questions that might come his way, certainly the critics and sceptics I think will infer.
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There were 13 opinion articlesfocused on Qatar” in US media in the last five weeks, he said. On the day of the hack, “a conference on Qatar convened without us attending while the authors of those articles were there,” he said, asking, “Is this a coincidence?”
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