LeBron James Says He 'Damn Sure Won’t Go Back And Forth' With President Trump
Thursday, 22 October 2020 LeBron James is vowing NOT to engage in Twitter wars with President Trump before the election ... saying he "damn sure won't go back and forth" with #45. The 4-time NBA champ has engaged in mutual verbal combat with POTUS in the past ... including…
[NFA] U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday declined to say whether he still had confidence in U.S. Attorney General William Barr after the Department of Justice chief this week said there was no sign of major fraud in last month's presidential election. This report produced by Chris Dignam.
On Sunday, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said Pres. Donald Trump should begin the transition process to President-elect Joe Biden. "President Trump has had the opportunity to litigate his claims, and the courts have thus far found them without merit." Murkowski was one of the first Republican senators to congratulate the president-elect. Murkowski's statement came a day after a judge dismissed a Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania.
The protracted battle for the White House will lead to continued uncertainty in India's diplomatic establishment regarding its future strategy to engage with the next President of the United States of America. Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden represent some positive and some negative points for India. While Trump is tough on China, his trade tussle with India as well as stance on immigration have been hurdles. Meanwhile, a Biden administration is expected to be more vocal on issues like Jammu and Kashmir. So how should the Modi government plan its next step with regards to relations with the US?
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