Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Donald Trump. Show all posts

Monday, 10 April 2017

Preet Bharara attacks Donald Trump with feedback and jokes

New York: In his first open appearance since being let go, India-conceived previous top government prosecutor Preet Bharara took swipes at President Donald Trump, saying "you don't deplete a bog with a motto" and jabbed fun at his obsession with group sizes.

Bharara, who was let go by the Trump organization a month ago, utilized the President's well known crusade motto to "deplete the bog" to offer a ruthless feedback of the new organization and its method for working.

"There is a bog, a great deal of the framework is fixed and heaps of your kindred Americans have been overlooked and have been deserted. Those are not elective certainties. That is not fake news," the 48-year-old said to a stuffed corridor.

"Yet, I would deferentially submit you don't deplete a bog with a motto. You don't deplete it by supplanting one arrangement of partisans with another. You don't supplant mess with sludge. To deplete a marsh you require an Army Corps of Engineers, specialists educated in administration and genuine reason, not do-nothing, say-anything beginner pioneers who know a considerable measure about how to spook and rave yet less about truth, equity and decency."

"Depleting a bog takes real responsibility to equity and reasonableness and not regard for what benefits one gathering over another or partitions one gathering against another," he said.

Bharara started 'The John Jay Iselin Memorial Lecture' yesterday by attacking Trump's obsession with group sizes, saying the gathering of people for his own occasion was considerably greater than the one that appeared for previous President Barack Obama.

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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Donald Trump accuses Barack Obama of 'inflammatory' roadblocks

PALM BEACH: President-elect Donald Trump accused President Barack Obama on Wednesday of throwing up "inflammatory" roadblocks during the transition of power and his administration of treating Israel with "total disdain," further straining the veneer of civility between the incoming and outgoing leaders.

Although Trump didn't detail his complaints in his morning broadsides on Twitter, the president-elect has made it clear that it didn't sit well with him when Obama recently boasted that he would have won the election if he'd been running. Trump's largely respectful tone about Obama since the election evaporated in his latest tweets.

"Doing my best to disregard the many inflammatory President O statements and roadblocks," Trump tweeted. "Thought it was going to be a smooth transition - NOT!"
Trump also took direct issue with the Obama administration's decision to let a UN Security Council resolution critical of Israel pass.

"We cannot continue to let Israel be treated with such total disdain and disrespect," he said in a two-part tweet. "They used to have a great friend in the US, but ... not anymore. The beginning of the end was the horrible Iran deal, and now this (UN)! Stay strong Israel, January 20th is fast approaching!"

Later, however, journalists at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida asked him about the tweet and how he thought the transition was going.

He said: "I think very, very smoothly. It's very good. You don't think so?"

Even later Wednesday , Trump told reporters he had spoken over phone with Obama and said the two "had a very nice conversation."
Trump and his team have until now been largely complimentary of the way Obama and his people have handled the transition. The president-elect's complaints about the treatment of Israel came a few hours before John Kerry was to make his final speech about Mideast peace as secretary of state — remarks that some Israeli officials panned in advance. The administration's decision not to veto the UN resolution aggravated an already strained US-Israel relationship.


Friday, 20 January 2017

Donald Trump waxwork replaces Obama at Madame Tussauds London

LONDON: A Donald Trump waxwork has been unveiled at Madame Tussauds museum in London, complete with his signature suntan — and yak hair.

Dressed in a navy suit, white shirt and red tie, the wax figure of Trump was placed yesterday in a mock-up of the White House's Oval Office.

With a United States flag lapel pinned to his suit jacket, the model stands with his hands to his waist and a sombre look on his lined face.

Specialists were brought in to weave yak hair into Trump's scalp, while makeup artists went about creating his suntanned look.
"Since Mr Trump was announced as the victorious candidate in what was a nail-biting and hard-fought campaign for both parties, our studio team have been frantically busy matching his infamous glowing tan and trademark hairstyle in time for the start of his presidential reign," said museum manager Edward Fuller.