Wednesday and Thursday Trump Tweets

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Wednesday




CNN: Pastor Andrew Brunson was arrested in October 2016 for what Turkey called a plot to overthrow the “Turkish government, disrupting the constitutional order, and espionage.” In March he was formally charged with “espionage” and for having ties to “terrorist organizations.” If convicted he faces up to 35 years in prison. CNN states that the call comes after a court on Wednesday ordered him held until an October resumption of his case.


Thursday

Washington Post: Last week Pfizer announced plans to delay price increases on some of the medication Pfizer manufactures saying that they’d hold off until January. Novartis the pharmaceutical company linked to Michael Cohen, President Trump’s one time personal attorney announced a similar move on Wednesday, saying in an investors call that the companies announce price increases would not come for the rest of the year, “We thought that was prudent, given the dynamic environment we’re currently in,” he said on the call, according to multiple reports. Narasimhan said the company wants the cost of its medicines to be both “reasonable” and “defensible.””


On Wednesday the House passed a resolution to support ICE. The democrats voted present.

The Senate failed to get support on a non-bidding resolution on Thursday that supported the findings of the intelligence agencies that state Russia did interfere in the 2016 Presidential election. Senator Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) said via The Hill, “It is purely a symbolic act and what we need to do is … do the hard work that senators have to do through the regular order.” He added that committees, “ought to be permitted to call the witnesses and ask the hard questions and develop the record before we go on record as to a resolution like this.”


Monday: Media reports the world heard President Trump say, “would”

Tuesday: Media reports the world heard President Trump say, “wouldn’t.”

Wednesday when asked if Russia was still attempting to meddle in the U.S. elections, in a awkward exchange as the media was being pushed out of the room, it appeared that President Trump says, “no,” to the reporters question, after saying, “thank you very much.” Press Sec Sanders explained during her press briefing on Wednesday that he was say the word “no,” to taking questions, right before he issued a statement to the press.




CNBC: The E.U. on Wednesday fined Google $5 billion dollars stating that the global tech giant, “violated antitrust rules by requiring Android device makers to bundle its apps like Chrome and Gmail, which harms competition.”

The CEO of Google, Sundar Punchai wrote in a statement, that of the typically 40 apps that come preloaded on a phone, the user, can easily disable them or delete them if they prefer other apps, made by some, “1.6 million Europeans who make a living as app developers.” Punchai concluded the statement by writing, “Today’s decision rejects the business model that supports Android, which has created more choice for everyone, not less. We intend to appeal.”


Trump Twitter Archive: There have been since February 2017 8 tweets from the President of the United States calling the media the enemy. Archive also lists that in 545 days as President, Trump has tweeted about fake news 258 times.


Linked tweets: “I look forward to our second meeting so that we can start implementing some of the many things discussed, including stopping terrorism, security for Israel, nuclear……..

As of Thursday it was unclear what if anything the President on behalf of the United States agreed to in his meeting with President Putin.

Russia media is reporting that President Trump and Putin agreed to strengthen the STAR treaty that is set to expire in 2021, they are also reporting that Russia is determined to save the Iran deal, “We disagree with the US here. We are clearly in favor of preserving the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran’s nuclear program. There is a mechanism that has proved its viability. Today, Iran is inspected most often by the IAEA,” said, Russian Ambassador to the US Anatoly Antonov.



At the time of this post it is unclear when actually or in what context that video of Hillary Clinton is, but twitter is reporting it’s from around 2010, when the President of Russia was Dmitry Medvedev.

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