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Donald Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again,” has been given a south-of-the-border twist after his visit to Mexico this week and meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Two of Trump’s staunch allies — former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions — wore caps before Trump’s speech about immigration at a rally in Phoenix on Wednesday that read “Make Mexico Great Again Also.”
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(LOS ANGELES) — A California grandmother who lost her life savings in a real estate investment scam offered by an insurance agent was awarded more than $15 million Wednesday in a lawsuit against MetLife and two subsidiaries, attorneys said.
Christine Ramirez, 75, was awarded the punitive damages by a Los Angeles Superior Court jury that found the companies and a former MetLife partner aided in both deceit and securities violations, along with counts of negligence and financial elder abuse.
“I am so grateful to the jurors for seeing through MetLife’s finger-pointing argument that they weren’t responsible for the loss of my retirement savings,” Ramirez said in a statement issued by her lawyers.
Ramirez was the first of 98 people who have sued after being bilked in a $200 million real estate fund scheme run by convicted felon Bruce Friedman, who died in a French jail while waiting to be returned to the U.
Within minutes of news breaking that Mexico’s President Enrique Nieto would be hosting U. S. presidential candidate Donald Trump at his official residence Los Pinos, the first memes of the encounter hit the internet. By the time, the two politicians had given their joint news briefing on Wednesday, hundreds of the satircal images were moving through both social media and top Mexican news sites.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump opened his long-awaited immigration policy speech in Phoenix, Arizona, by detailing the stories of illegal immigrants who committed violent crimes. Trump continued to insist that Mexico will pay for the wall he wants to build along the length of the southern border. Trump said that Mexico will pay for the wall, “100