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Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer clashed with President Donald Trump in a remarkable on-camera debate and confronted him about false claims over the border wall. Trump has repeatedly claimed that much of his wall has been built, even though none of it has. So far, only fencing projects have been completed – not the wall Trump promised during his presidential campaign. Pelosi complained to Trump about forcing them to debate the issue in front of the press, urging him to have a discussion “where we don’t have to contradict in public the statistics you put forth.” Congressional Democratic leaders clashed with President Donald Trump over misrepresenting the state of his long-promised border wall during a remarkable on-camera debate in the Oval Office on Tuesday. In a heated dispute over his requested $US5 billion in funding for the wall, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer confronted Trump over his … [Read more...] about ‘You constantly misstate how much of the wall is built’: Schumer and Pelosi confront Trump over false claims during chaotic, on-camera debate
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Art & Design Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Art & Design | Amazon’s HQ2 Will Benefit From New York City. But What Does New York Get? Supported by ByMichael Kimmelman Nov. 12, 2018 The innovation myth used to involve the back of a suburban garage or an office park in Silicon Valley. The tech industry was incubated not on the mean streets of the big city, but in sleepy hamlets like Murray Hill, N.J., and Mountain View, Calif. So with reports of Amazon’s plan to split HQ2, its second headquarters, between Crystal City, a part of Arlington, Va., just outside Washington, and Long Island City, in Queens, what are we to make of tech’s steady migration to marquee cities? Amazon is hardly alone, after all. Google and Facebook already have headquarters here (established, not incidentally, without state subsidies). Google intends to double … [Read more...] about Amazon’s HQ2 Will Benefit From New York City. But What Does New York Get?
Case Swenson gestures on the site of a downtown San Jose construction project near the corner of South Second and East San Carlos streets where 260-unit The Graduate residential tower is being built. Case Swenson, a veteran realty executive who heads the Swenson real estate company, embraces both the high octane speed of big-time racing events as well as the meticulous precision demanded by a round of golf with the same passion he brings to the development business. George Avalos/Bay Area News Group Case Swenson stands at The Graduate construction site near the corner of South Second and East San Carlos streets in downtown San Jose. Case Swenson, a veteran realty executive who heads the Swenson real estate company, embraces both the high octane speed of big-time racing events as well as the meticulous precision demanded by a round of golf with the same passion he brings to the development business. George Avalos/Bay Area News Group Case Swenson walks through a downtown San … [Read more...] about BART, Google and the Guadalupe River: Developer Case Swenson’s vision for a thriving downtown San Jose