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Obama also rebuked Trump's remarks on removing sanctions on Russia over its aggression in Ukraine, saying that he should not confuse why these sanctions have been imposed with a whole set of other issues. Obama also told the press not to go easy on those in power. Cast a critical eye on folks who hold enormous power and make sure that we are accountable to the people who sent us here,” he said on Wednesday. The post Anderson Cooper Asks Van Jones Why Trump Doesn't Deserve' Obama's Silence appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
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Defense Secretary Ash Carter told CNN's Chris Cuomo on Wednesday that he did not support President Obama's decision to commute former Army soldier Chelsea Manning's prison sentence. All I'll say about the Manning case is I did not support the direction the president went, but he’s made his decision. That's all I'm going to say, Carter said. That was not my recommendation. Obama commuted the bulk of Manning's 35-year prison sentence on Tuesday. Manning was convicted for providing hundreds of thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks in 2010 pertaining to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, the Washington Free Beacon previously reported . Manning was found guilty in 2013 and her sentence was originally set to end on May 17, 2045. Now it will end in May of this year, taking 28 years off the conviction. The sentence was the longest punishment ever imposed on an American for leaking information from military documents.
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Sharing her thoughts on Celebrity Big Brother’s latest romance, Stacy claimed she is worried about Bianca getting involved with Jamie because he comes with a lot of “baggage”. Making reference to the footballer’s previous marriage to ex-wife Danielle Lloyd, who Jamie shares three children with, Stacy told Coleen Nolan and Nicola McLean: “I think Jamie is awesome and I think [he and Bianca] would make a lovely couple. “I would just be concerned for her emotional ...
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There's absolutely no sign of a breach between Mrs May and her senior adviser but could it come as a gap develops between what she feels she should say to match the needs of the moment and what she actually feels comfortable delivering. Theresa May has already sanctioned Philip Hammond to talk about looking again at ring-fenced benefits for older citizens. Simon Stevens at NHS England vented his frustration last week at the PM's resistance to demands for more money. Privately, one close to her said, she wonders whether the growth rates we've known in the past will return. No wonder she wants business leaders gathered in Davos to dip into their own money sacks and share more dosh. Judging by the muted applause after her speech in Davos, they'll take some gettyconvincing. President Xi, I'm told, got a much warmer reception. As Margaret Thatcher (no fan of industrial strategies herself) said to the Cabinet in 1990, it's a funny old world.
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Some from Scotland, some from Manchester, with ages from pensioners down to a small baby, just a couple of months old. The baby was two months old, we are told he died in the crash with his grandparents, both from Manchester.
BBC News 24
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Several more British nationals were injured. The victims are all thought to have been on pilgrimage, when their minibus crashed while travelling between Mecca and Medina. We understand that this family travelled on a journey they had booked through the tour operator behind me. They have told us that all 12 of the people on the minibus are part of the same extended family.
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“I read in Reuters Daybook that you guys say you are going to prevent—” “The Trump-Pence regime from taking the reigns of power,” Carl said. Carl Carl, who came down from New York on Saturday, is a perfect example of the kind of leftist more people on the right should spend time talking to. For people like Carl, who told me he wasnt surprised that Trump won the election, the difference between our president-elect and his opponent were not especially meaningful. “A whole lot of people found no compelling reason to get behind Hillary,” he said. “I mean, I’m not interested in which representative of the capitalist class runs the government.” Nor is Carl especially fond of President Obama. “Obama deported two and a half million immigrants in eight years. Trump is going to go for three million in one year.” He is also very funny. I almost fell over laughing when, with a totally straight face, he referred to our incoming vice president as “Michael.
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Among 20 witnesses, the health care manager told the jury she was part of the team that decided to take Dean of suicide watch. None of the team is medically qualified. Dean Saunders's partner, clear, has told the hearing how a nurse at the prison had assured her that Dean was safe. And it has they include if the decision to deeply because the observation of Dean Saunders and based on financial considerations? Another question is, why is there a fairly to transfer Dean Saunders to a mental hospital urgently? They will resume deliberations tomorrow.
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“I read in Reuters Daybook that you guys say you are going to prevent—” “The Trump-Pence regime from taking the reigns of power,” Carl said. Carl Carl, who came down from New York on Saturday, is a perfect example of the kind of leftist more people on the right should spend time talking to. For people like Carl, who told me he wasnt surprised that Trump won the election, the difference between our president-elect and his opponent were not especially meaningful. “A whole lot of people found no compelling reason to get behind Hillary,” he said. “I mean, I’m not interested in which representative of the capitalist class runs the government.” Nor is Carl especially fond of President Obama. “Obama deported two and a half million immigrants in eight years. Trump is going to go for three million in one year.” He is also very funny. I almost fell over laughing when, with a totally straight face, he referred to our incoming vice president as “Michael.
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We were meant to be involved in decisions not being told what to do. There will be a general view it breached the process with which we are engaged. After two hours, talks which did voted for across the United kingdom on the 23rd of June.
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They want to stay in the UK. We have got to make it easy for them to do so. The Prime Minister met senior bankers this afternoon where we are told she stressed the positive aspects of doing business in London.
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Mark Saunders told the jury that he believed his son had been let down. Even Saunders died in the prison on January 16. Yet electrocuted himself using wires from a GP in his cell. He was in prison after stabbing his father in a paranoid episode. Signs he was acutely mentally ill went acted upon.
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MNA)– Iran's Ambassador to the United Nations has said the UN Wednesday meeting was unanimous that Iran had been committed to the JCPOA provisions. Mr. Gholamali Khoshroo told Iran’s state news agency IRNA after a UN Security Council Briefing on the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 on Wednesday that the general mentality of the meeting was approving for Iran; “the participating countries generally confirmed the fact that Iran had been committed to its obligations under JCPOA; the majority of participants believed the implementation of the deal after a year had been an international achievement in diplomatic efforts, and that it had brought about boom to international trade; they also demanded that all sides remain committed to the deal,” he told IRNA. “Russian envoy for example, criticized the biased report by the UN and ignoring Iran’s concerns over the deal; Mr.
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We spoke to the chairman of Nissan today and this is what he told us. Obviously we base our decision as much as possible on specifics, this being said, we have the reassurance of the UK Government, that they will keep in mind the necessity to keep competitive all these plans, the Nissan Sunderland plant being one of them, because of the heavy export from Sunderland to Europe.
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Our Washington Correspondent Robert Moore joins me now. Robert, we're told his speech will be "personal and sincere". But can he bring Americans together do you think? We are being told the overarching theme of this inaugural address will be national unity. The Trump spokesman said today the address would be a "Philosophical document to bring America together.
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In the eight years that Pete Souza spent shadowing President Obama at the White House, he's shot more than two million photographs, bearing witness to a historic presidency. Together these images form, as Souza told TIME in a video interview, a visual record for generations to come to get a sense of, not just what the presidency was like, but what he was like as a person. Revealed in these two million pictures is a President who pivots from his responsibilities as Commander-in-Chief to the normalcy of daily life with his family. Souza's unprecedented archive might go unmatched in the next four years as President-Elect Donald Trump has yet to choose Souza's successor. With less than 24 hours left before Obama leaves office, TIME went through Souza's entire archive of images to select the 122 that, we feel, defined his presidency.
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“I want to be loud and clear: populism scares me,” a leading global investment fund manager has told the World Economic Forum in Davos, setting the scene for the conference at large.