Sources close to the president of Taiwan and U. S. President-elect Donald Trump are giving the lie to the Trump team’s assertion that a controversial call from Taiwan’s Pres. Tsai Ing-wen was simply a spontaneous call of congratulations. The Washington Post spoke with sources within the T
What Are California Democrats So Afraid Of? Calling for enforcement of the nations immigration laws struck a nerve with certain California politicians. In response to my column, Mayors of Sanctuary Cities Who Flaunt Federal Law Should Be Arrested, the former press secretary for recently termed-out California Senate President Darrell Steinberg, sent an email to the publisher of the Flash Report website, expressing his disdain that I called for upholding federal immigration law, and arresting those Mayors who flaunt their Sanctuary Cities in the face of the law:
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John Haller, speaking today at the Community Church of Devore in Devore, California, covers a number of issues in bible prophecy: the terror attack at Ohio State, the death of Fidel Castro, the strange "cards" on the Economist's "World in 2017" cover and the UN's shenanigans in adopting still more anti-Israel resolutions.
(Full title: "Trump talks with Taiwan President: Tsai Ing-wen calls Donald, Western media flips out") The subtitles: NEW YORK President-elect Donald Trump spoke with Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen on Friday in a major departure from decades of U. S. policy in Asia. Trump tweeted last Friday, The President of Taiwan CALLED ME today to wish me congratulations on winning the Presidency.
PolitiFactSays Donald Trump "won more counties than any candidate on our side since Ronald Reagan."PolitiFactModerator Chuck Todd interviews Vice President-elect Donald Trump about Donald Trump's call with the Taiwanese president on Dec. 4, 2016. (Meet the Press). With a split in the 2016 Electoral College and popular votes, there's been an unusual amount of