Trump the inherent lying president; how about his children

Critics say President Trump has the uncanny ability to tell five lies in one sentence, and that Donald Trump lies more often than you wash your hands every day.

(CNN)In his first 869 days as President, Donald Trump said 10,796 things that were either misleading or outright false, according to The Washington Post’s Fact Checker. Do the math and you get this: The President of the United States is saying 12 untrue things a day.
Which is a lot! But it’s also hard to wrap your head around how much lying or, uh, misleading that actually is. So, think about it this way: Trump is lying more every day than a majority of Americans wash their hands. According to data from the American Cleaning Institute, just 50% of Americans wash their hands in excess of 10 times a day. (Not for nothing: Here’s the CDC’s guidelines on proper handwashing!)


US President Donald Trump ends Iran oil import waiver, India feels the pinch

A day after the United States of America announced its decision to not renew exemptions for five countries to continue importing oil from Iran, Mint’s Utpal Bhaskar explains the impact of the move on India. Driven by US’ aim to choke Iran’s main source of revenue, the move is expected to have a major fallout on the crude oil market. India and 7 other nations had been granted exemptions from US sanctions after the Trump administration decided to pull out of its 2015 deal with Iran. The exemptions are slated to end on May 2, 2019. Watch the full video to know more

Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta asks for two permanent UN Security Council seats for Africa

“Kenya joins in the demand for two permanent seats for Africa, with all the rights and prerogatives of current members, including the right of veto, and additional non permanent seats,” said President Kenyatta.

A Huge Win For Those Who Don’t Share Trump’s Twisted Vision Of America

DEAN OBEIDALLAH ~~(CNN) To say that the Muslim and Arab-American communities were overjoyed by Rashida Tlaib’s victory in Michigan’s Democratic congressional primary on Tuesday is an understatement. My email inbox and my Facebook newsfeed were overflowing with both Muslim and Arab American organizations cheering her stunning win.

And since Tlaib is running without a Republican opponent in this November’s general election, she’s expected to become the first Muslim woman ever elected to Congress. (To date, there have been two Muslim men in Congress, Reps. Keith Ellison (D-Minn) and Andre Carson (D-Ind.))

But Tlaib, who is Muslim and the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, didn’t just score a win for the Muslim and Arab communities on Tuesday. In fact, less than 5% of her congressional district identifies as Arab American. Tlaib’s triumph was a victory for the America I choose to believe in. In a time in which Donald Trump openly demonizes minorities and gins up hate of those who look or pray differently, this was a victory for the American ideals of tolerance and pluralism.

United Kingdom, United States of America Special Relationship. What Special Relationship? And How?

When British Prime Minister Theresa May became the first world leader to visit Donald Trump at the White House in January 2017, it appeared the historic friendship between the two nations was in good health.

But a series of spats have driven the two leaders apart, culminating in the president’s extraordinary public criticism of May’s Brexit strategy as he arrived on a visit to Britain this week.