Sunday, 17 December, 2017

Republicans to Trump and Corker: Please just stop

Kushner is under scrutiny for his use of a personal email while being an adviser to the President Kushner is under scrutiny for his use of a personal email while being an adviser to the President
Dexter Carr | 12 October, 2017, 00:49

The White House on Tuesday escalated its feud with Sen.

President Donald Trump has rejected Republican Senator Bob Corker's recent allegations that his policies could lead to a Third World War. Bob Corker of having worked with Democrats and the Obama administration to make the Iran nuclear deal happen. Trump reacted by tweeting that Corker had decided not to run for reelection in 2018 because the president refused to endorse Corker.

When Obama didn't do that, Corker helped fellow senators write legislation that subjected the worldwide accord to periodic congressional review.

Only eight percent think Trump is making the situation better, said the poll.

"He also wanted to be Secretary of State, I said 'NO THANKS.' He is also largely responsible for the horrendous Iran Deal", Trump tweeted.

More news: Real Nissan GT-R Made Into Remote-Controlled Car
More news: Argentina, Netherlands may miss World Cup 2018
More news: European Union responds to Myanmar generals' offensive against Rohingya

"I know they're recording it", Corker said of his aides who were also on the line with him and a Times reporter.

"We're on the right path right now, believe me", Trump said during his meeting with prominent US Diplomat Henry Kissinger earlier this week.

Corker warned that Trump was viewed as a threat to the United States national security and global stability warning that he could prompt "World War III". "Didn't have the guts to run!"

"The President called Senator Corker on Monday afternoon and asked him to reconsider his decision not to seek re-election and reaffirmed that he would have endorsed him, as he has said many times", Womack said in a statement. Corker had been an ally and personal friend to the president before they developed a public feud on social media. He added, "I know [Trump] has hurt, in several instances, he's hurt us as it relates to negotiations that were underway by tweeting things out". "I don't think so at all", he said. Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon called on Corker to resign, while House Budget Chairman Diane Black (R-Tenn.) took Trump's side over her home state colleague.

Recommended

United States shows off bombers again over Korea United States  shows off bombers again over Korea A spokesman from South Korea's Defense Ministry declined to comment, saying the information is classified. Cheol-hee is a member of the South Korea's ruling party, and sits on the parliament's defence committee.

Trump warns 'disgusting' press after nuclear policy report Trump warns 'disgusting' press after nuclear policy report The president was reacting to an NBC News report that he pushed senior aides for a major expansion of the US nuclear arsenal. Neither the White House nor Comcast/NBC Universal responded for comment on Trump's tweet .

Scotland named as top seeds in Nations League third tier Scotland named as top seeds in Nations League third tier Each league will have its own play-off competition with single-leg semi-final and final to decide who gets the final four places. The four group winners will be promoted to League B , with the four bottom sides relegated to League D for the 2020 edition.

Joel Embiid OK's five-year, $148M deal with Sixers Joel Embiid OK's five-year, $148M deal with Sixers This was the logic that Bryan Colangelo's predecessor used when he made a decision to select Embiid at No. 3 overall in 2014. Aside from injuries, Parker has showed talent and potential to be worth similar to what Wiggins and Embiid will receiver.

Donald Trump sends list of hard-line immigration policy principles to Congress Donald Trump sends list of hard-line immigration policy principles to Congress Now, he's insisting on things like more limits on legal immigration and removing protections for unaccompanied minor immigrants. The list was criticised by Mr Chuck Schumer and Ms Nancy Pelosi , the respective Democratic leaders in the Senate and House.