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Governor Masari described the former IG as a highly patriotic, Judges 2nd Amendment and more No to Jones a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet” Trump wrote on Twitter The Republican National Committee who had withdrawn from their financial agreement with Moore’s campaign soon followed suit with chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel offering to transfer an undisclosed amount of money to the Alabama Republican Party The National Republican Senatorial Committee which also withdrew its financial support of Moore is still staying out of the race Moore responded by attacking Flake on Twitter categorizing his potential colleague as “pro-amnesty” and “big government” and asking for support from grassroots conservatives Write to Alana Abramson at AlanaAbramson@timecom Melissa McCarthy has a bone to pick with scientists Every single scientist in the world and Jennifer Aniston In a comic skit for Jimmy Kimmel Live McCarthy introduced a little infomercial she stars in that attempts to get to the bottom of some of science’s most-accepted foundational theories At first McCarthy jokingly questions the veracity of climate change But then she makes an even bolder claim “There’s an even bigger issue facing our planet one that’s gone un-debunked for hundreds of years” McCarthy explained “So please pay attention to this because it might just save your life” She then cut to a pre-recorded infomercial segment that takes on the controversial notion of… gravity Yep gravity “The so-called Theory of Gravity was conceived by Isaac Newton That’s right the guy from the cookies is trying to tell us why we should stay down” she jokes parodying the way that conspiracy theorists tend to draw connections between unrelated pieces of information Guest star Jennifer Aniston then pops up to attempt to bring McCarthy back to earth but without much luck Instead Aniston finds herself engaging in a tousle and being hoisted into a stage harness “Why are you afraid to hear both sides” McCarthy insists to Aniston “Because there are not both sides If there’s no gravity why are you still on the ground” Aniston replies But McCarthy refuses to be satisfied by logic Watch her “debunk” gravity making an obvious parallel to other similarly ubiquitous science-backed claims above Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecom having already extended his contract to coach Spain. But one CEO got an extra $34 million this year after a less-than-stellar effort. As part of efforts in seeking solutions to present challenges and address complaints by Customs licensed agents /port users, satellite monitoring, a number of high-level panels and prominent lawmakers have endorsed federal funding for the field. with a new-found will, but many are still confused whether anyone can actually negotiate on Trump’s behalf. Seventy-eight-year-old David King uses thousand-year-old moon charts as well as plants and the behaviour of animals to predict the weather and he thinks were in for a bit of a shocker. If he now says he was not on the plane.
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Proposed changes at the state Legislature include carving out exceptions to the test requirement for non-native English speakers who teach in language immersion programs.S. which is driving the situation on the Korean peninsula into the touch-and-go situation running helter-skelter to take into full account gains and losses with clear head whether the prevailing situation is more unfavorable for any party" the report quoted Kim as sayingThis came just hours after the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told South Korean leaders Monday that the United States was ready to use the "full range" of its military capabilities to deal with North KoreaBut Gen Joseph Dunford speaking in Seoul just 30 miles south of the border with North Korea stressed that diplomacy and sanctions were the first plan of attack"The military dimension today is directly in support of that diplomatic and economic effort" Dunford told reporters after meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in in Seoul"It would be a horrible thing were a war to be conducted here on the peninsula and that’s why we’re so focused on coming up with a peaceful way ahead" he said according to Stars and Stripes "Nobody’s looking for war" the Marine general said according to the newspaper But he added that the military’s job was to provide "viable military options in the event that deterrence fails"Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday afternoon in Washington that it will be "game on" with North Korea if it hits the United States including Guam but he left it much more ambiguous what will happen if Pyongyang decides to shoot missiles near Guam without attempting to hit the US island territory"That becomes an issue that we take up and it’s however the president chooses" Mattis said "You can’t make all of those kinds of decisions in advance There is a host of things going on There are allies we consult with as the president made very clear last week when he talked about our allies repeatedly in his statement"Mattis added that he needs a "certain amount of ambiguity on this because I’m not going to tell [Kim] what I’m going to do in each case" But he warned pointedly: "You don’t shoot at people in this world unless you want to bear the consequences"Dunford was on the first stop of a trip that will also take him to Beijing on Tuesday and then to Tokyo three capitals that do not want war to break out on their doorstepsChina meanwhile signaled a potentially important break with North Korea as part of international sanctions Beijing announced Monday that it would ban imports of iron ore iron lead and coal from North Korea cutting an important economic lifeline for Pyongyang The ban will take effect from Tuesday China’s Ministry of Commerce announcedIn the meetings with the South Korean president and other top officials Monday Dunford appeared to offer a modified version of the threats that President Trump has issued over the past weekTrump last week warned North Korea that it would face "fire and fury" if it tried to attack the United States or its allies Then on Friday after North Korea threatened to launch missiles toward Guam Trump warned the regime that the US military was "locked and loaded"But top administration officials appear focused on trying to play down the prospect of nuclear war Appearing on Sunday-morning talk shows CIA Director Mike Pompeo said "An attack from North Korea is not something that is imminent" National security adviser HR McMaster said "We’re not closer to war than a week ago""The object of our peaceful pressure campaign is the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" Mattis and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson wrote in a joint op-ed article published by the Wall Street Journal "The US has no interest in regime change or accelerated reunification of Korea We do not seek an excuse to garrison US troops north of the Demilitarized Zone We have no desire to inflict harm on the long-suffering North Korean people who are distinct from the hostile regime in Pyongyang"Officials in the South Korean government have voiced surprise and confusion at Trump’s tough talk of the past weekMoon elected as South Korea’s president in May on a pledge to adopt a more conciliatory approach to North Korea urged the United States on Monday to give diplomacy a chance"Peace will not come to the Korean Peninsula by force Although peace and negotiation are painful and slow we must pursue this path" Moon told his advisers ahead of his meeting with DunfordCalling the US-South Korea military partnership "an alliance for peace" Moon said he was "confident that the US will respond calmly and responsibly to the current situation" He even suggested that the gap between the allies was not large as both are focused on peaceSeoul a vibrant metropolitan area of 25 million people lies within range of North Korea’s conventional artillery stationed just across the border 30 miles to the north Hundreds of thousands of Americans including more than 28000 US troops also live in South KoreaAfter the meeting Moon’s spokesman said the president had "denounced" North Korea for disturbing the peace in the region with its repeated missile launches"The president noted the current security conditions on the Korean Peninsula constituted a more serious real and urgent threat than ever created by the advancement in North Korea’s nuclear and missile technologies" said spokesman Park Soo-hyunThe US and South Korean militaries next week are set to start their annual fall exercises in which they practice responding to a North Korean invasion or the collapse of the regime in Pyongyang North Korea always strongly objects to the drills viewing them as a pretext for warGen Vincent Brooks commander of US Forces Korea said the exercises would go ahead as planned starting Aug 21 "The exercises remain important to us and we’ll continue to move forward" he said according to Stars and StripesAuthors Information: Anna Fifield is The Post’s bureau chief in Tokyo focusing on Japan and the Koreas Dan Lamothe covers national security for The Washington Post and anchors its military blog Checkpoint WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump faced scathing criticism on Thursday for an advertisement linking Democrats and immigrants to violent crime with some fellow Republicans blasting it as "sickening" and the most racially divisive political ad in three decades"This ad and your full approval of it will condemn you and your bigoted legacy forever in the annals of America’s history books" Al Cardenas the Florida Republican Party’s former chairman wrote on TwitterThe online ad features courtroom footage of Luis Bracamontes – an illegal immigrant from Mexico convicted in the 2014 killings of two police officers in Sacramento California – saying in accented English he would kill more copsThe ad cuts between clips of Bracamontes and scenes of migrants likely a reference to a caravan of up to 3000 Central Americans headed through southern Mexico en route to the US border"Who else would Democrats let in" asks the ad which Trump tweeted late on Wednesday The ad ends with the tag: "President Donald J Trump and Republicans are making America Safe Again," Reich said on Twitter.Y. a military statement said.
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