Martha: But really, Hillary - what's up with the emails you sneaky fuck. Trump: Of course - anything to divert from this question, you crooked shrew. Clinton: Anything to divert from your campaign, you incompressible jizztrumpet.
Two missiles fired from rebel-held territory in Yemen landed near an American destroyer in the Red Sea, the U.S. Navy said Monday, the second such launch targeting ships in the crucial international waterway in recent days. AP reports that the missile launches Sunday came as a ballistic missile fired from Yemen apparently targeted a Saudi air base near the Muslim holy city of Mecca, the deepest strike yet into the kingdom by Shiite rebels and their allies.
While the entire nation was transfixed on last night's latest, and most scandalous yet "debate", in which there was little actual debating and a lot of talking points and character assassination attempts, index futures were little changed throughout Sunday's 90 minutes event, suggesting that no clear winner had emerged on either side.
Barack Obama’s repeated insistence that Bashar al-Assad must leave office – and that there are ‘moderate’ rebel groups in Syria capable of defeating him – has in recent years provoked quiet dissent, and even overt opposition, among some of the most senior officers on the Pentagon’s Joint Staff. Their criticism has focused on what they see as the administration’s fixation on Assad’s primary ally, Vladimir Putin. In their view, Obama is captive to Cold War thinking about Russia and China...
“This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago... [Former President] Bill Clinton has said far worse to me on the golf course - not even close. I apologize if anyone was offended."
"Prince Mohammed didn’t authorize a sea change in Saudi Arabia’s market-share strategy. While Saudi Arabia will take on the bulk of OPEC’s proposed cuts, slashing up to 400,000 barrels a day by the end of the year, the kingdom was planning to make those cuts anyway, the people said."
“I will fight them wherever they are...They are an occupation force that pretends to be assisting us.” Almost 15 years later, it’s quite clear U.S. troops continue to be seen as “liberators” by the Iraqis.