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Puerto Rico Government Lobbies for Statehood with New Commission

Democrats were quick to note that Trump employs Haitians at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and that he praised Haitian Americans during a roundtable in Miami in September.View all New York Times newsletters.Hilts tells her, “I gave you many lawful orders to leave.” Hargrave tells him, “that’s exactly what I was doing,” and he says, “you did not, you did not.”Today, President Trump is expected to yield to pressure, both from within his administration and from allies abroad, to once more extend sanctions relief to Iran as part of the nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic. The White House will announce its move following a meeting between Trump, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis.

Trump derides protections for immigrants from 'shithole' countries

Get our instant notifications as news happensDuring a news conference at the State Department’s headquarters in Washington, Undersecretary Steve Goldstein told reporters that Pete Hoekstra, the new U.S. ambassador in the Netherlands, had “made comments that should not have been made” when asked about Hoekstra’s statements about Muslim no-go zones and people being burned alive because of the Islamic movement.

CNN’s Paul Vercammen, Lindsay Benson, Darran Simon, Joe Sutton, Dave Alsup, Stella Chan and Sonya Hamasaki contributed to this report.

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“It has suffered just like any business has,” he said.

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Donald Trump blames cancellation of 'working visit' to Britain on 'bad' relocation of US embassy in London

Donald Trump blames cancellation of 'working visit' to Britain on 'bad' relocation of US embassy in London

Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.) said the comments “will shake the confidence that people have” in the ongoing immigration policy talks.

criticizing controversial tweets that Trump shared in late November.The deliberations follow a turbulent few weeks in Iran. Economic protests that broke out at the end of December rocked some 80 cities and led to the arrest of thousands of Iranians — and at least 22 reported deaths, including of a number of people detained in prison. The uprising has largely dwindled, but it served as the most dramatic jolt to the government in Tehran since the brutally quashed 2009 Green Movement protests, which followed a presidential election widely believed to have been rigged.

according to the school’s website.The Vermilion Parish teacher removed from Monday night’s school board meeting was arrested, even after the superintendent indicated they would not be pressing charges.

Watch and read KATC's full coverage of the Vermilion teacher incident

Puerto Rico’s current political status is a “free associated state” established in 1952. While Puerto Ricans have representation at the U.S. Capitol, the delegate is not allowed a vote on the floor. Puerto Ricans on the island also are not allowed to vote during general elections in the United States, which means they only choose their governor, not the president.

The visit was due to coincide with the opening of the new US embassy, at Nine Elms on the banks of the Thames in south London.Urban Prius bobsledding in #Burbank ! . . We are granting permission of this video to be used as long as credit is given to Burbank Firefighters Local 778.

Southern California crews are cleaning debris left by the devastating storm on Tuesday. Residents in the area are returning to their homes to find anything salvageable. The mudslides caused by the storm have killed 17 and 8 remain missing. (Jan. 11) AP

1. Hargrave Told the School Board She Was Speaking on Behalf of Many Teachers Who Are ‘Scared to Speak Out’ Because of the District’s Power

About 20 large tree branches had formed a dam on the driveway, blocking mud from passing his parents’ cars. The trees and mud knocked down a fence and hedges that surrounded the front of the property.

“decertified” the deal in October. But he left open the question of whether the United States would reimpose sanctions on Iran that were lifted after Tehran agreed to curbs on its nuclear program. (If it did, experts fear, Iran could then declare the agreement null and void and restart its potential quest for a nuclear weapon.) According to reports, administration officials have suggested that, even if Trump does extend the waivers, he might seek new measures over other issues like human rights and Tehran’s missile program.

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(CNN)US President Donald Trump sparked outrage again Thursday when he reportedly expressed frustration with people coming to the US from “shithole countries,” the latest in a series of insensitive and offensive remarks about immigrants and refugees.”Bad deal. Wanted me to cut ribbon-NO!” Trump wrote.

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an invitation for a state visit.

Reason I canceled my trip to London is that I am not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for “peanuts,” only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollars. Bad deal. Wanted me to cut ribbon-NO!

It is unclear if the marshal was acting on his own accord or on the orders of board members. KATC was at the meeting when the incident occurred, the video is below.

issued an apology and a correction after a guest talked at length on Pirro’s show about the presence of such zones, admitting that “there is no formal designation of these zones” and saying that the segment had aired “regrettable errors” about Europe’s Muslim population.

search on the TV News Archive turned up more than 140 examples since the beginning of 2015.

The commission is part of Ricardo Rosselló’s campaign promise to bring awareness around “second-class citizenship” in Puerto Rico, which has now intensified after Hurricane Maria. “Everyone has seen not only on a theory level, but on a pragmatic level, what it means to be a second-class citizen,” Rosselló said on Jan. 10. “The opportunity was there to show that we were going to be treated equally and by and large there has been a demonstration that we weren’t.”In the interview on Thursday, Mr. Trump said he expected that North Korea’s effort to talk with South Korea is an attempt to drive a wedge between the South Koreans and the United States. He said that probably was their motivation, and he suggested that he should know.

Hurricane Maria, only 60 percent of Puerto Ricans have power. In comparison to Texas and Florida, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands received less FEMA aid and fewer personnel, according to CNN. President Trump’s visit to the ravaged island was also far later than his tours of Texas and Florida.

Fontana has not returned calls for an interview with the AP, but has defended his actions and that of the officer.

CNN’s Madison Park, Eli Watkins and Abby Phillip contributed reporting.Whether you’re young, old, rich or poor, natural disasters don’t discriminate. Even Oprah is faced with devastation in the aftermath of the deadly Montecito mudslides that claimed the lives of at least 15 people. USA TODAY

Updated 0625 GMT (1425 HKT) January 12, 2018Hargrave was called upon a second time for comment.  After posing another question, and while Puyau was talking to her, an Abbeville city marshal on duty at the meeting escorted Hargrave out of the meeting. Handcuffs were later placed on Hargrave in the hallway, as she was removed from the building.

"I’m going," she said, making her way out. The officer followed her into the hallway, where moments later, a camera recorded her on the floor with her hands behind her back, being handcuffed and complaining that the officer had pushed her down.

Officials have already moved into the £750 million US embassy near Battersea Power Station in south London. An official opening involving the two leaders would have dispelled any concerns about the ‘special relationship’ between Britain and the US, and boosted hopes of a post-Brexit trade deal.By Faith Karimi, Jason Hanna and Steve Almasy, CNN

"It was not good in any way," he said. "We are a good community. It took everybody by surprise. I’m having a hard time with this, but we care about our teachers and our support staff."

In the Commons this week, Labour frontbencher Liz McInnes urged the Government to withdraw the invitation for a state visit, calling it ‘wretched’. She said it should be scrapped to ‘save Her Majesty from that unpleasant-sounding ordeal’.
Trump cancels his visit to London - pulling out of opening the new £750m US embassy 'because it is a bad deal'

Trump cancels his visit to London – pulling out of opening the new £750m US embassy 'because it is a bad deal'

“Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” Trump said, according to these people, referring to countries mentioned by the lawmakers.

“I probably have a very good relationship with Kim Jong-un,” Mr. Trump told The Wall Street Journal in an interview. “I have relationships with people. I think you people are surprised.”
In a tweet late on Thursday, he said: ‘(The) reason I canceled my trip to London is that I am not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for peanuts,’ only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollars’. The new US Embassy in Nine Elms in Wandsworth Credit: Getty But now Mr Trump has decided to postpone even the scaled-down February visit.


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