17. April: Trump puts a Veto against the Resolution to U.S. military aid in Yemen
US President Donald Trump has inserted its Veto against a Resolution of the Congress, which should put the US assistance to the military operation in Yemen, under the leadership of Saudi Arabia. In the two chambers of Parliament of the decision adopted at the Trump had been instructed all the forces to the support of the controversial Operation within 30 days of the withdraw. On Tuesday evening (local time) Trump but I have to say that it has been vetoed by the initial second of his term in office. To override this Veto, would be in both Congress chambers, respectively, a two-thirds majority is necessary, which is likely hard to achieve – even if in the Senate, some Republicans voted with the Democrats, and so the necessary majority had made sure of that.
The United States supports the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen, with intelligence information for the identification of target data. The Congress found fault with his decision that the US would use armed forces in the framework of the Operation without the approval of Parliament. The Resolution does not expressly said the Refueling of American aircraft in the air, flying for the coalition in Yemen. This practice had stopped in the U.S. in last autumn.
In Yemen, Houthi rebels have been fighting for more than four years against the supporters of the internationally recognized government. Their troops are supported by Saudi-led coalition air attacks.
16. April: Ex-Governor Weld calls Donald Trump
The former Governor of the U.S. state of Massachusetts, Bill Weld, to make Donald Trump the candidacy of the Republicans in the election of 2020 in dispute. Weld said in the CNN that he will apply for the candidacy of his party for the presidential election in November of next year. He is the first Republican, the Trump challenge. Weld, who has referred to Trump as a “schoolyard bullies”, to the dissatisfaction of some Republicans with the political course, the appearance and many of the Statements made by the President. His chances are likely to be bad: According to surveys by the opinion research Institute Gallup Trump enjoys among supporters of the Republicans for months, the consent values on the order of 90 percent.
Weld said on Monday it would be a “political tragedy,” if Trump 2020 re-elected and four more years in office would remain. “I’d fear for the Republic.” The Ex-Governor accused the President, among other things, a mockery of the rule of law. Weld had attested Trump recently in the magazine “Rolling Stone” “malignant narcissism”. The 73-Year-old had 2016 on the side of the presidential candidate of the tiny Libertarian party, Gary Johnson, the Vice presidential candidate. In February, the Weld was returned to the Republicans.
I’m in! #Weld2020 https://t.co/XARRN08rUb
— Gov. Bill Weld (@GovBillWeld) April 15, 2019
While the field of Republican candidates for the presidential candidacy is thin, have thrown the Democrats already 18 candidates your hat in the Ring. The Senator had offered, including an indoor Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Amy Klobuchar, as well as the Ex-Congressman Beto O’rourke, the seat last year in the race for a Senate a lot of headlines. Also, the independent Senator Bernie Sanders, the runner already in 2016 in the democratic primary and then Hillary Clinton, wants to start another attempt. Other names in the conversation. Among other things, speculated about a candidacy of the former US Vice-President Joe Biden.
13. April: Trump wants to send illegal immigrants specifically, in “refuge cities”
U.S. President Donald Trump thinks seriously about illegal immigrants specifically in Democrat-ruled cities. Because the opposition Democrats are not willing to change the “dangerous immigration laws,” pull his government is “in fact” into account, migrants in so-called Sanctuary Cities (“refuge cities”), wrote Trump on Twitter. The Washington Post had previously reported, the U.S. government had considered such a Plan, but then not followed up.
Trump wrote in another Tweet, the “radical Left” represent always a “policy of open borders and open arms”. That’s why his idea should make you “very happy”. The “Washington Post” had reported on Thursday, the White house brought the idea for the first time in November into the conversation. To harm Trumps opponents, should be the aim of the Plan is apparently aimed at Sanctuary Cities, illegal immigrants to the Federal authorities to deliver. You have Democrats as mayors.
….The Radical Left always seems to have Open Borders, Open Arms policy – this should make them very happy!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 12, 2019
12. April: Trump does not remember how he of Wikileaks raved
After the arrest of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, US President, Donald Trump declared that he was with the unveiling platform. “I don’t know anything about Wikileaks. That is not my affair,” said Trump on Thursday at the White house in Washington on questions of journalists.
He heard what had happened with Assange, and that it was now up to U.S. attorney General William Barr, a definition. To Ask Trump said that he had to be the case, no opinion. During the presidential election in 2016, the Republicans had praised Wikileaks and said that he love the organization.
Assange was arrested on Thursday in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. The U.S. has made an extradition request to the UK. The U.S. Department of justice, accuses Assange of conspiracy with the Whistleblower Chelsea Manning to Penetrate into a computer network of the government.
Assange was also advised of this in the headlines because of the revelation website in the presidential campaign of 2016, the stolen E-published Mails from the Democratic party. US intelligence services go according to their own statements, that the E-downloaded Mails from Russian hackers and Wikileaks were leaked to help the democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton damage, and Donald Trump.
11. April: Trump called for Brexit Deal “strictly”
Donald Trump accuses the EU of being “strict” with the UK. The US President refers to his criticism on the recent Brexit negotiation result. At a summit in Brussels, representatives from London and the European Union agreed that Britain gets to the end of October, the exit of the Treaty in the Parliament to rubber-stamp. “The EU is the United States is also a brutal trade partner, this will change. Sometimes you have to give people room to Breathe, otherwise they will bite back at some point,” wrote Trump on Twitter. The head of the White house is a big fan of Brexits and criticized the EU on a regular basis. Most recently, he was due to Airbus subsidies, with punitive tariffs threatened in the billions.
Too bad that the European Union is being so tough on the United Kingdom and Brexit. The E. U. is likewise a brutal trading partner with the United States, which will change. Sometimes in life you have to let people breathe before it all comes back to bite you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 11, 2019