White House Chief of Staff John Kelly made a surprise press briefing appearance to defend President Trump’s controversial call to the widow of Army Sgt. La David T. Johnson.
The proposed lawsuits allege, in part, the marketing of diet sodas by Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper Snapple group, the three largest U.S. makers of carbonated beverages, are “false, misleading and unlawful” to consumers.
The two former presidents addressed the current political climate in individual speeches, without mentioning President Trump by name, but spoke of “discourse degraded by casual cruelty” and others trying to “demonize people who have different ideas.”
Suspect Randall Drake, 24, had explosive devices, ammunition, rifles, handguns, shotguns and knives in his home alongside maps of two schools and a water treatment plant, according to authorities.
The controversial radio host gives lectures in the name of free speech, but his comments on racism, LGBTQ issues and the so-called alt-right movement have made him a target for protestors.
In an attempt to defend Trump, Kelly said he counseled Trump on how to call the grieving families of fallen troops.
Fifth-grade classical pianist plays for first-graders during their lunch break every day for a month.
The confusion has sparked a full Pentagon probe into what happened in the remote African village where a U.S. Special Forces team met “overwhelming force,” leaving four American soldiers dead.
Both former presidents, on separate occasions and without mentioning Trump’s name, spoke out about the country’s current divisiveness.
As Spencer attempted to give a speech, hundreds of protesters drowned him out.