Emmanuel Macron Just Fact Checked Trump's Lie About ISIS Prisoners in Real Time Right to Trump's Face
President Donald Trump's abrupt decision to pull U.S. troops out of Northern Syria earlier this year paved the way for Turkish fighters to invade the region, resulting in the deaths of U.S.-backed Kurdish soldiers and the escape of numerous imprisoned ISIS fighters.
The possible resurgence of ISIS came up today in a bilateral discussion between Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron at a NATO summit in London on Tuesday.
As Hurricane Dorian threatened to ravage Florida and other parts of the United States, President Donald Trump cancelled a scheduled visit to Poland in order to monitor the hurricane's developments from the United States.
The President raised eyebrows, however, when footage of him golfing instead of working was released on Monday.
People Are Pretty Sure This Conservative London Newspaper Is Trolling Trump With Its Front Page Layout, and We Totally See Why
British ambassador to the United States, Kim Darroch, quickly became the target of President Donald Trump's ire after messages from Darroch to officials in the United Kingdom described the Trump administration as "clumsy and inept," while criticizing Trump for "radiating insecurity."
Trump fired back at Darroch on Twitter, lambasting the ambassador as "wacky, "a very stupid guy," and a "pompous fool."
This Talking Sculpture of Trump Sitting on a Golden Toilet As He Tweets Is Stealing the Show During Trump's UK Visit
It's two days into President Donald Trump's state visit to the United Kingdom and the English people have made it perfectly clear just how welcome the president is.
Just days after Trump's UK popularity ratings and John McCain's name were projected onto landmarks in London, thousands of protestors took to Trafalgar Square with signs, costumes, and chants decrying Donald Trump. However, one display is stealing the show.
This Brutal Twitter Thread Documenting How Few People Came Out to Support Trump at Buckingham Palace Is Pure Schadenfreude
The crowds appeared to stay away in droves for President Donald Trump's first stop on his state visit to the United Kingdom on Monday. Londoner Damon Evans chronicled the disappointing turnout on Twitter through a series of photos and observations.
He began with a shot of the crowd lined up in front of Buckingham Palace.
The President of Ecuador Just Went Off on Julian Assange, Explaining Why They Withdrew His Asylum Status, and We Totally Get It
Julian Assange, the Australian programmer, created Wikileaks under the guise of a safe space for whistleblowers who feared death or imprisonment to share information. But it quickly became a political tool to be aimed at specific targets.
Whether or not Assange sold his website's services to the highest bidder is still unclear. But his one-time hero status definitely saw a revision as Wikileaks' political machinations were exposed.
U.S. Embassies Around the World Are Now Auctioning Off 'Surplus Property' and the Proceeds Will Go to the Treasury
The United States Embassy in London is having a yard sale, so to speak. And they aren't alone.
Online auctions for surplus property are either ongoing or pending at nine embassies and one consulate in eight countries. The U.S. State Department runs an online auction site to handle all the sales.