Anyone who has listened to Donald Trump over the last three years knows he will say stuff and then shortly thereafter say, “I never said that.” Not a truthful man. What I really do not understand is how Christians can support an adulterer. He proudly says he was unfaithful to his first wife, with Marla Maples, then marries Maples and was reportedly unfaithful to her. We have found out about his alleged infidelities on his current wife even though Michael Cohen and David Pecker did everything they could to hide these affairs from the public. He made promises to these wives at the weddings that were performed by priests or reverends that were representing God. In this way he has lied to God numerous times and yet his supporters believe that somehow he is a good and honest man. How can a good Christian trust a man like that? Robert StewartOceanside … [Read more...] about Your Opinions: How can the faithful ignore Donald Trump’s infidelities?
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BRUSSELS — President Donald Trump's demand that European countries take back their citizens fighting in Syria is receiving a mixed reaction, as nations pondered how to bring home-grown Islamic State extremists to trial.The question of such foreign fighters has been a conundrum for the Europeans for several years. ISIS prisoners could be exposed to torture or the death penalty if they remain in jail in Syria or Iraq, and the E.U. opposes the death penalty.But few European countries have embassies in Syria or Iraq, let alone extradition treaties to get their citizens back. Proving who is who and gathering solid evidence against suspects that would stand up in European courts is virtually impossible. Then there is the question of what to do with the wives and children of European jihadis. "It is certainly not as easy as they think in America," German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas told reporters Monday at a meeting of E.U. foreign ministers. "German citizens have the right to return, … [Read more...] about Trump wants Europe to take back ISIS fighters. That’s tricky.
Lorne Cook and Geir Moulson, Associated Press Updated 2:42 am PST, Monday, February 18, 2019 Germany's Foreign Minister Heiko Maas speaks with the media as he arrives to an EU Foreign Ministers meeting at the European Council headquarters in Brussels, Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. US President Donald Trump's demand that European countries take back their nationals fighting in Syria is receiving mixed reactions, as nations pondered how to bring home-grown Islamic State extremists to trial. less Germany's Foreign Minister Heiko Maas speaks with the media as he arrives to an EU Foreign Ministers meeting at the European Council headquarters in Brussels, Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. US President Donald Trump's ... more Photo: Francisco Seco, AP Photo: Francisco Seco, AP Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close … [Read more...] about EU states mixed on Trump demand to take back IS fighters
The president’s pick to replace Jeff Sessions at the helm of the Justice Department has known and admired the president’s bête noire, Robert Mueller, for 30 years — and somehow President Donald Trump seems fine with that. The relationship, which Barr described in public Tuesday during his Senate confirmation hearing, is both a source of reassurance to Democrats worried about Barr’s attitude toward Mueller’s probe and a reminder of the small size of Washington’s legal and law enforcement worlds. Story Continued Below Why it isn’t more troubling to Trump, who, Barr said, is aware of the relationship, remains a mystery. Barr and Mueller first crossed paths at the Justice Department during the George H.W. Bush administration. But the relationship goes further: Their wives are close friends who attend Bible study together, and Mueller attended the weddings of two of Barr’s daughters. “They have a high level of respect for each … [Read more...] about New Trump-Russia subplot: Mueller and Barr are ‘good friends’
Eric Tucker Associated Press Published 4:01 PM EST Jan 9, 2019 Washington – Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the most visible Justice Department protector of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation and a frequent target of President Donald Trump’s wrath, is expected to leave his position soon after Trump’s nominee for attorney general is confirmed. The departure creates uncertainty about the oversight of Mueller’s team as it enters what may be its final months of work. But the attorney general nominee, William Barr, moved quickly Wednesday to quell concerns that his arrival could endanger the probe, telling lawmakers during Capitol Hill visits ahead of his confirmation hearing that he has a high opinion of Mueller. “He had absolutely no indication he was going to tell Bob Mueller what to do or how to do it,” said Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, the incoming chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which will … [Read more...] about Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, a frequent Trump target, to leave DOJ