During a speech in Phoenix, President Trump attacked the media for its coverage of the violent events in Chalottesville, summarizing, from his unilateral perspective, what really happened.
Durante un discurso en Phoenix, el presidente Trump atacó a los medios por su cobertura a los eventos violentos de Chalottesville, recapitulando, desde su perspectiva unilateral, lo que realmente sucedió.
"Que la sombra de la luna caiga sobre un mundo en paz" – Frank Reynolds
Aunque se desconocen las causas del accidente y cómo se produjo, las fuentes confirmaron que en el siniestro se vieron implicados dos trenes, uno de ellos un convoy que entraba en la estación de la línea de alta velocidad Norristown.
In a televised speech, Trump said he wants to expand US military intervention in Afghanistan and South Asia. However, he didn't give specific detail on how he plans to do it, how many troops he would commit or how he would evaluate success.
"May the shadow of the moon fall on a world at peace." - Frank Reynolds
In keeping with the recent meme of recognizing bad behavior “on many sides,” there was something that was painfully obvious during last week’s improv news-conference-like-no-other in the lobby of Trump Tower: President Trump and the media deserve each other. Both are driven by ego and take criticism personally. Both will twist the facts to defend themselves and push their agenda. And both love to wrestle in the mud.
Trump dismisses the nationalist voice within the White House.
El futuro de la estatua del polémico ex comisario de policía y alcalde Frank Rizzo está en el banquillo, especialmente después de las manifestaciones de la semana pasada en Charlottesville, Virginia, que empezaron como una protesta en contra de la retirada de un monumento al general Confederado Robert E. Lee.
The future of a statue in the likeness of highly contentious former police commissioner and mayor Frank Rizzo is on the fritz, particularly after this past week’s rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia which began as a protest to keep a memorial to Confederate General Robert E. Lee from being removed.