- 2019-09-08 00:45:30Z
President Donald Trump's campaign manager predicted Saturday that the president and his family will become "a dynasty that will last for decades," transforming the Republican Party while hewing to conservative values. Speaking to a convention of Republican Party delegates in Indian Wells, California, Brad Parscale also said the campaign's goal is to build a national army of 2 million trained volunteers, far beyond the president's 2016 organization, that in California could help the GOP retake a string of U.S. House seats captured by Democrats last year. "The Trumps will be a dynasty that will last for decades, propelling the Republican Party into a new party," he said.
Tina Wolf was all set to go on the Sept. 1 Norwegian Breakaway cruise for her daughter's wedding - until Hurricane Dorian got in the way.
Thousands of protesters blocked roads and public transport links to Hong Kong airport on Sunday in a bid to draw world attention to their fight for democracy for the Chinese-ruled city which is facing its biggest political crisis in decades. Planes were taking off and landing, with delays, but trains were suspended and approach roads to the airport impassable as protesters erected barricades and overturned trolleys at the airport and in the nearby new town of Tung Chung.
Elizabeth Warren stands to gain big from the departures of Kirsten Gillibrand, Jay Inslee, and Seth Moulton from the 2020 Democratic race.
More than 20 accusers of Jeffrey Epstein were given their day in court as federal prosecutors motioned to dismiss the case against him.
A question about diversity in a candidate's forum produced a jaw-dropping response from first-time candidate Jean CramerJean Cramer, a candidate for the Marysville city council, gives her opening remarks during a candidate forum on Thursday at Marysville City Hall in Michigan. Photograph: Brian Wells/APFor the first hour of the election forum in Marysville, Michigan, on Thursday night the debate between the five candidates for a city council seat dealt with the local subjects you might expect - how to improve Little League fields, new real estate developments and the like.Then the question came: "Do you believe the diversity of our community needs to be looked at?"First to answer was Jean...
Andrew's words - according to an old Vanity Fair story - contrast starkly with claims this week that Epstein's alleged behaviour "appalled" him.