Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, Carter Page and, of course, Jeff Sessions, they all have something in common: they all met the Russian ambassador in the US, Sergey Kislyak. Here is a look into the career diplomat behind the name.
"As the neoconservatives pull nuclear Armageddon out of the grave that Reagan and Gorbachev put it in, the American left demands the impeachment of the president whose goal was better relations with Russia."
Following The New Yorker's report that President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner met with the Russian Ambassador in December, The White House has confirmed the senior administration adviser (along with Mike Flynn) had a previously undisclosed meeting to "establish a line of communications."
The state of Michigan has declared that Flint’s drinking water “meets all federal water quality standards,” ending a program Wednesday that reimbursed residents for most of their water costs in the wake of the lead crisis. Yet Flint residents still can’t drink the water, and the announcement was met with outrage.
"Every night on American television news programs, pundits, politicians, and retired generals perform their sabre rattling, stating that the world at large had better cooperate with the US or else... If this does play out along the lines of the sinking of the Lord Clive, it will be the American people who will pay the price for their leaders’ reckless behavior."
“I didn’t say the media is the enemy—I said the ‘fake media’,” Trump told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview. "There’s a difference. The fake media is the opposition party. The fake media is the enemy of the American people."
"The idea that free speech has its limits somewhere around the point where it hurts somebody’s feelings is beyond idiotic and dangerous...Do you really want to live in a world where people sever business and personal relationships because a literal flash mob demands it? Where mobs get to pick and choose who you are allowed to associate with?"
According to Nielsen, the 89th Annual Academy Awards brought in an average of 32.9 million viewers on Sunday night: that was the second lowest viewership in Oscar history and is down from the 2016 broadcast, which brought in 34 million viewers.