The payment was solicited by Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, and was the largest donation the Donald J. The attack in Douma killed at least 48 people, and Haley said because Moscow continues to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, "Russian hands are all covered in the blood of Syrian children." Russia has vetoed five Security Council resolutions condemning Assad's brutality against his own citizens, and Haley said "we must not overlook Russia and Iran's roles in enabling the Assad regime's murderous destruction." The United States drafted a proposal to create an independent panel to investigate the chemical attack, but the council adjourned without taking a vote, the reports. N., Vassily Nebenzia, said the attack was staged by anti-Assad "terrorists," and told Haley, "we are not begging to be friends with you." President Trump has promised to make a "major decision" soon on how to best retaliate against the Syrian government for the attack.
Trump Foundation received in 2015 from someone other than Trump, the Trump was approached to appear at the conference as a way to help "promote strengthened and enduring ties between Ukraine and the West." Cohen and Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow did not respond to requests for comment. Owens, the former head of the IRS division that oversees tax-exempt organizations, told the Pinchuk's payment is "curious because it comes during a campaign and is from a foreigner and looks like an effort to buy influence." For more on the payment, as well as other documents related to Russians the Trump Organization has been ordered to hand over to Mueller, visit During an emergency session of the United Nations Security Council on Monday, U. After President Trump was finished lashing out at Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the FBI, and Hillary Clinton's emails on Monday evening, he fielded a question from an unnamed reporter: "Why don't you just fire Robert Mueller?
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"A lot of what [Gabriel Sherman's] reporting I think reporters have suspected for awhile," Stelter said on reporter who has written several revealing expositions on Ailes. About ten years ago, I had a crush on a woman at Fox News. "She was actually reporting back to Fox News about me," Stelter said.
"She was reporting back about what I thought of her and about CNN and MSNBC and Fox. Trump has promised to make a decision soon on how the U. will respond to the chemical attack, tweeting there was a "big price to pay," but Carlson made sure to end his segment by making Trump out to be the victim of the establishment.
Over the weekend, a report by New York Magazine’s Gabriel Sherman exposed a Nixon-esque operation headed by Ailes that used Fox News funds to finance public relations and surveillance programs against reporters who threatened the embattled former CEO. So I was going out on what I thought were dates.”“These were not dates," he continued.
And on Monday, CNN’s senior media correspondent Brian Stelter admitted when he was a young reporter fresh on the media beat, he dated a Fox News employee until he realized she was actually spying on him.“About 10 years ago I had a crush on a woman at Fox News,” Stelter told CNN’s New Day. "She was actually reporting back to Fox News about me.
Trump appeared at the Pinchuk-sponsored Yalta European Strategy Conference that month, where he spent 20 minutes criticizing President Barack Obama and blaming his halted delivery on a "terrible" sound system. Nikki Haley had harsh words for Russia, blaming Moscow for a deadly chemical attack in a rebel-held town near Damascus, Syria, that activist groups say was conducted by the government.
(CNN’s polling puts the president at about 35% approval.)“I think this is an example of Trump’s fantasy land,” Stelter said. “I would have said this is too raw right now to have a stadium full of people.”“It’s why I won’t go on Bill Maher,” Beck continued.
“He’s willing to give an interview to one of his friends who tells him how great he is, where the real data tells a story that is much worse, much more troubling for his White House.”The CPAC straw poll of its own attendees, Stelter said, is “like asking people at a Yankees game how much they love the Yankees.”Reliable Sources founder Glenn Beck criticized CNN for using a town hall format Wednesday to address the Parkland, Florida high school shooting massacre.“This is something you’re not going to want to hear,” Beck warned Stelter before saying that inviting an audience of thousands of “grieving and angry” students to the discussion “did nothing, you made things worse.” Adding a crowd, Beck said, “became the Christians and the lions. “Bill Maher has asked me for years to go on his program.
Tuesday, CNN media reporter Brian Stelter revealed that a decade ago, Fox News sent one of their female staffers to spy on him … In a conversation about dozens of recent allegations of sexual harassment against Roger Ailes, the panel’s subject shifted to reporting by ‘s Gabriel Sherman, who has covered Ailes extensively, even writing a biography of Fox News’ former chairman and CEO in 2014. Because I was a reporter on the beat, they were actually spying on me that way.” Stelter went on to say that although he “didn’t think that was a big deal at the time,” he later realizes now that “they were actually sending out private investigators.
Sherman recently reported that Ailes had used the Fox News budget to track and conduct smear campaigns against his personal and corporate enemies. They were tailing other reporters.” Stelter’s CNN colleague Bill Carter added: “They were following reporters around.
“Either he truly misunderstood what he heard on TV, which is worrisome, or he purposefully misquoted it, which is also worrisome.”Trump’s erroneous “total phony! Reliable Sources (watch the segment below), Stelter revisited Trump’s blunder and tied it in with the Pirro-Trump Saturday night phone gush, during which the Fox News host and longtime Trump pal had praised what she characterized as Trump’s “soaring” approval ratings." data-reactid="22"(watch the segment below), Stelter revisited Trump’s blunder and tied it in with the Pirro-Trump Saturday night phone gush, during which the Fox News host and longtime Trump pal had praised what she characterized as Trump’s “soaring” approval ratings.