"President" Sayings and Quotes
Trump has actually been tougher on Ukraine than President Obama was. The first thing he did was put sanctions on Russia as it relates to the Ukraine.
We were able and we had a plan to launch nuclear test in 1984, but then President General Zia had opposed the move.
No. 1, Halliburton. Certainly, if they've overcharged they should be whacked and whacked good, but the idea that the vice president somehow is involved in this, whether they got contracts because of him, that's nonsense.
I wanted to be president of the United States. I really did. The older I get, the less preposterous the idea seems.
This is said to us, even as this counterfeit president has legalized the Confederate Flag in Mississippi.
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I was inspired by Colin Farrell in the fact that he's Irish and has freckles but with black hair. I'm a bunch of different things, Irish, Polish, Native American, and French, but I wanted to tap into that Irish side and be freckle-y with black hair, so that's what I did.
The American principles of democracy expresses the deepest values of the Sharia both structurally and in the government... Sharia requires us Muslims anywhere to abide by the law of the land.
We are in a world where most American citizens over the age of 12 share things with each other online.
Potentially, I would be very interested in being a shock jock, though Ofcom might be tricky. Some of the American stuff is appalling, wild stuff, crazy conspiracy theories.
In order for a president to be transformational, the old order has to fall as the orthodoxies that kept it in power exhaust themselves.
Where journalists have gotten themselves in trouble over the last few decades is that their skepticism often extends only to American officials, the U.S. military and Republican politicians.
Dashi remains unfamiliar to most French and American cooks, who tend to reach for a bouillon cube to do many of the same things. But dashi is worth preparing and using the way the Japanese do: for poaching fish, as a soup base, and in simmered dishes.
The typical white American woman in 1800 gave birth seven times; by 1900, the average was down to 3.5.