Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Donald Trump to report slate of preservationist government court chosen people

Washington: Capitalizing on a strangely high number of court opportunities, US President Donald Trump was on Monday set to reveal his initially real tranche of legal chosen people in an activity that will enable him to re-arrange the government legal.

Trump will name three different chosen people to the redrafting courts: Amy Coney Barrett to the seventh Circuit, John Bush to the Sixth Circuit and Kevin Newsom to the eleventh Circuit.

The President likewise plans to name four government District Court candidates: Dabney Friedrich in the District of Columbia, Terry Moorer in Alabama, David Nye in Idaho and Scott Palk in Oklahoma, and additionally Damien Schiff to the US Court of Federal Claims.

The rundown of legal chosen people was affirmed to Politico news by a Trump guide.

Moderate partners of the Trump organization say White House authorities have worked tenaciously since Trump`s initiation in January to sift through proposed candidates, vet them and set them up for designation.

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Monday, 24 April 2017

Indian-American Surgeon General Vivek Murthy expelled by Donald Trump admn

Washington: Vivek Murthy, the principal Indian-American named by the Obama administration as the Surgeon General, has been rejected by the Trump organization to convey new authority to the crucial general wellbeing division.

"Murthy, the pioneer of the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, was made a request to leave from his obligations as Surgeon General in the wake of aiding a smooth move into the new Trump organization," the US Department of Health and Human Services said in an announcement yesterday.

"Murthy has been assuaged of his obligations as Surgeon General and will keep on serving as an individual from the Commissioned Corps," the announcement said.

Murthy was affirmed as US Surgeon General in December 2014.

It was not promptly clear why Murthy was eased from obligation, the New York Times said while taking note of that workers at the Department of Health and Human Services secretly communicated astonish at his sudden takeoff.

Murthy, the nineteenth Surgeon General and the principal Indian American to hold this post said in a Facebook Post that it was a respect and benefit to work for this prestigious position. 

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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Barack Obama hails 'Believeland' Cavaliers

WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama welcomed the Cleveland Cavaliers to the White House on Thursday, celebrating the NBA championship that ended their city's 52-year wait for a pro sports title.

"That's right, I said world champion and Cleveland in the same sentence - that's what we're talking about when we talk about hope and change," Obama quipped of the Cavaliers rally from a 1-3 deficit in last season's NBA Finals to a seven-game triumph over the Golden State Warriors.

"Through it all, Cleveland was always Believeland," Obama said, noting the many heartbreaks endured by the Ohio city's sports fans and lauding the Cavs not only their prowess on court but also for their philanthropic efforts.

He noted that superstar LeBron James and his LeBron James Family Foundation paid college tuition for 1,100 students from Akron, Ohio, and he offered a shout-out to Kevin Love's efforts to combat sexual assault on college campuses.

"The Cavs have always given back to their fans," Obama said. "And more than just the money players and coaches have made about 200 visits annually to schools, hospitals, food kitchens and more, including assisting educational programs that reach more than 100,000 kids in northeast Ohio.


Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Azealia Banks congratulates Donald Trump on becoming the US President

Rapper Azealia Banks has congratulated the newly elected US President Donald Trump, saying she is proud of him.

Though many Hollywood celebrities like Chris Evans, Amy Schumer, Miley Cyrus, Jessica Chastain, Chern, Amanda Seyfried and among others had openly expressed their dismay over Trump's victory, Banks voiced her excitement on Instagram.

"First off, I would like to apologize to Donald Trump for all the stupid jokes I made. (I was kidding). Secondly, I would like to apologize for all the other times I was dumb enough to let the liberal media sway my opinion of you.

"Thirdly I'm proud of you. One for being a gemini, two for being from NYC, three for winning the presidency and four for beating the media," she wrote.


Sunday, 22 January 2017

Why a small Yorkshire town is marching against Donald Trump

In the small West Yorkshire town of Shipley, near Bradford, a contingent of self-described "feminist zealots" yesterday marched in solidarity with their American sisters past the constituency office of their local MP - the Trump-supporting, feminist bete noir Philip Davies. More than 400 people initially said they would be attending on Facebook, but more than 1,000 people reportedly turned out for the march when it began at noon, according to the local organisers Shipley Feminist Zealots.

The group is connected to other groups organising protests around the world under the umbrella of Sister Marches. One of its members, Jenny Wilson, told The Independent it feels like "our little march in Shipley" was part of a much bigger movement.

She said: "There will be tens of thousands in London, but there will only be hundreds in Shipley, and [people will ask] does that matter? Well it does matter because it is part of a global movement of people saying that equality, unity, peace and standing up for people who don't have the opportunity to stand up for themselves matters. I feel that is terribly important."

She dismissed claims from people who say protesters should shut up and respect the election result, saying that "is not how democracy works". Nor is the march just for women on the left. Referring to an open letter to the group from Mr Davies, which accused them of using "feminism to disguise their socialism", Ms Wilson said the march was not partisan and claims that they were pushing a party political agenda were ridiculous.