Speaking at the Trump campaign’s rally in Tulsa on Saturday night, President Donald Trump’s son Eric referred to Black Lives Matter protesters as “animals”.
Telling supporters that there is no family other than the Trumps that will work harder for them, he said they will preserve “the moral fabric of the country”.
Dad Michael Ciasullo has been left devastated after losing his wife and three “princesses” just days before Father’s Day.
A witness said a police car was following behind the speeding Infiniti when the Infiniti went through a red light and slammed into the family’s Volkswagen in suburban Toronto, Canada.
Somewhere in the deep recesses of the party’s psyche is a memory of the world before Donald Trump was its leader, its hope, its saviour. A memory that could allow the party to be free. A memory that has been jogged, perhaps, in a week of tumult.
Jogged because a new member has been added to the thin ranks of the never-Trumpers, but one whose arrival boggles the mind. John Bolton has joined their Zoom meeting. Picture the sudden appearance on a conference call screen of a small angry head sporting a moustache so bristly it could clean the oven in Withnail & I.
Responding to China’s claim to the valley today, India’s external affairs ministry spokesman Anurag Srivastava said both sides have agreed to handle the situation responsibly.
‘Making exaggerated and untenable claims is contrary to this understanding,’ he said in a statement.
Greece has announced another extension of the coronavirus lockdown on its migrant camps, hours after 2,000 people protested in central Athens to mark World Refugee Day and denounce the government’s treatment of migrants.
Portuguese prosecutors said on Saturday they had launched an investigation into a birthday party attended by scores of people in the town of Lagos on 7 June, which could have led to many new coronavirus infections.