Is Trump doing more than other Presidents for minority communities? – By Heather McDonald On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States in a stunning repudiation of the establishment. The thrice-married Manhattan businessperson and reality television stars election was a shocker to skeptics and leftists. His tenure […]
On 10th March 2019, a barely four-month-old Boeing 737 max 8 operated by Ethiopian Airlines, with 157 people on board took off from Bole International airport in the Ethiopian capital Addis-Ababa destined for Nairobi Kenya. In what was expected to be about a 2 hours flight ended in a crash only six minutes later killing all 157 passengers and crew.
The UK was supposed to leave the EU on March 29th, so this week marked the start of what was supposed to be Britain’s last two weeks in the EU. But with the British Parliament still torn in two, every proposed deal has been declined, and the UK is no closer to having a solid Brexit plan.
President Trump is still fighting for his proposal to build a wall along the length of the U.S.-Mexico border, even though Congress voted to block his national emergency declaration to proceed with the project.
On March 15, the president issued his first veto after more than two years in the Oval Office to kill legislation the House of Representatives and the Senate recently passed. The measure rebuked Trump’s intention to use his executive authority to make the declaration. The emergency measures are now set to be in place, though Congress could override the veto.