Trump: The Serial Golf Cheat in the White House, The President Cheats Like a Mafia Accountant at Golf

Trump: The Serial Golf Cheat in the White House, The President Cheats Like a Mafia Accountant at Golf

Commander in Cheat? New Book Recounts Golf Misdeeds by Trump
Donald Trump’s alleged misdeeds on and around the golf course are the subject of a new book by former Sports Illustrated columnist Rick Reilly, “Commander in Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump.” Continue reading Trump: The Serial Golf Cheat in the White House, The President Cheats Like a Mafia Accountant at Golf

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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos divorces at  $35bn (£27bn), ex-wife MacKenzie becomes the third richest woman in the world

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos divorces at $35bn (£27bn), ex-wife MacKenzie becomes the third richest woman in the world

JEFF BEZOS, The world’s richest man, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, and his wife MacKenzie have agreed on a record-breaking divorce settlement of at least $35bn (£27bn).

Ms Bezos keeps a 4% stake in the online retail giant, worth $35.6bn on its own.

Amazon was founded by Jeff Bezos in Seattle in 1994, a year after the couple married, and Ms Bezos was one of its first employees. Continue reading Amazon founder Jeff Bezos divorces at $35bn (£27bn), ex-wife MacKenzie becomes the third richest woman in the world

Venezuela crisis: Trump, Putin new Geo-political playground ?

Venezuela crisis: Trump, Putin new Geo-political playground ?

The crisis in Venezuela appears to be shaping up like a Cold War-style confrontation: The Kremlin is throwing its support behind embattled Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, while Washington backs Juan Guaido, the self-proclaimed interim president.

The story at first glance seems to have all the elements of a spy thriller. In recent days, rumors have swirled about Russian mercenaries, massive bullion shipments and murky assassination plots.
Maduro has cast himself as a latter-day Fidel Castro in this drama. In an interview with Russia’s state-owned news agency RIA-Novosti, Maduro hinted at a US-backed attempt on his life, saying, “Without a doubt, Donald Trump gave the order to kill me, told the Colombian government, the mafia of Colombia to kill me.” Continue reading Venezuela crisis: Trump, Putin new Geo-political playground ?

Venezuela’s top court bars self-declared president Guaidó from leaving country

Venezuela’s top court bars self-declared president Guaidó from leaving country

The opposition-controlled legislature, meanwhile, named “diplomatic representatives” to a dozen countries that, like the US, have recognised Guaido as interim president.

At the White House, US Vice President Mike Pence met with Guaido’s appointed charge d’affaires in the United States, Carlos Vecchio, to discuss the ongoing crisis.

The 35-year-old engineer stormed onto the political stage as a virtual unknown on 3 January, when he was sworn in as the president of the National Assembly, a body that had been largely neutralised by the Supreme Court. Continue reading Venezuela’s top court bars self-declared president Guaidó from leaving country

Washington, D.C. –  Women from across America and abroad stage anti-Trump protest for third year

Washington, D.C. – Women from across America and abroad stage anti-Trump protest for third year

US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who launched her bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination this week, addressed the women’s march in Des Moines, Iowa.

She told the crowd that the 2017 march was one of the most influential political moments in her life.

“Now is the time to get off the sidelines. Our democracy only works when people like you stand up and demand it,” Gillibrand said. Continue reading Washington, D.C. – Women from across America and abroad stage anti-Trump protest for third year