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Colbert to Trump: It's not that hard to say 'Nazis are bad'
16 Agosto 2017, 09:41 | Bibiana Flor
But one voice was notably missing: that of Stephen K. Bannon, the White House chief political strategist who has been described as having a "mind meld" with the president, especially on issues of national identity, trade and immigration.
Robert Leonard, a radio journalist in Iowa, wrote a column for the New York Times last month arguing that only Fox has the power to end Trump's presidency because of the power it has with Trump's supporters.
He continued, "Going into the White House, Priebus and Bannon were very clear they did not want me there". His Twitter account is full of messages about the need to overhaul the USA tax code.
"But he's a good person, and I think the press treats him, frankly, very unfairly", Trump said.
It may be altogether too hard to be incisive about white supremacists - a blunt group with a blunt objective - and it wasn't just "The Late Show" that struggled a bit to find the humor on Monday night. "There can be no moral ambiguity".
As for the president, Trump made a "huge sacrifice to do this stuff", giving up "what was a luxurious lifestyle", Scaramucci said.
The fallout from Trump's delayed condemnation of extremism continues, as at least four members of Trump's manufacturing jobs council have called it quits in recent days.
It's not like Trump is a shrinking violet; criticizing stuff is his thing. He tried to clean up his remarks Monday.
Mr. Trump's initial statement following the weekend's violent clashes and subsequent auto attack placed blame for the violence on "many sides", drawing immediate backlash for not explicitly condemning white supremacists and hate other groups. "I said he was, and I obviously got caught on tape saying he was, so I have no problem saying that", Scaramucci replied. Grandstanders should not have gone on.
Scaramucci stumbled on the answer, saying that sometimes he does the opposite of what the media expected it to do, and it worked for him during the campaign.
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Scaramucci would later go on to share that he felt Steve Bannon should out at The White House. For a guy who (briefly) grabbed the public's attention by sounding fearless, Scaramucci in his late-night debut delivered an astonishing display of bland cowardice. The protocol is that you are escorted out by one of the White House personnel. "In this time of tumult in our country, Americans deserve a leader that will bring us all together and denounce those who seek to tear us apart".
Colbert opened the segment with the weekend's Nazi rally in Charlottesville, Va. It wasn't until he was hired by President Trump that the two became adversarial.
"You said that [Bannon's] trying to s*ck his own c*ck", Colbert said, as the CBS censors questioned all of their life decisions up to that point.
Mattis warns of escalation into war if DPRK attacks US
Japanese shares rebounded on Tuesday morning, as fears of military conflict between the U.S. and North Korea appeared to recede. A THAAD battery includes a truck-mounted launcher, tracking radar, interceptor missiles and an integrated fire-control system.
US Stocks May Continue to Regain Ground
The Dow slumped 204.69 points, or 0.9%, to 21,844.01, while the S&P 500 dropped 1.5% to finish at 2,438.21. US crude fell 2.56 per cent to $47.57 per barrel after climbing to $49.16 earlier in the session.
SC refuses to take cognisance of Gorakhpur child deaths
He made the remarks while addressing a press conference along with Union Health Minister JP Nadda, who also visited the hospital. Gorakhpur's police commissioner Anil Kumar told AFP on Sunday that 11 more children had died at the hospital on Saturday.