Now Sarah Sanders insisted the president was not telegraphing military action. Remember, he was sharply critical of the Obama administration for doing that. She pushed back on claims from Russia that the chemical weapons attack was staged by a Syrian rebel group even though Defense Secretary James Mattis who came to the White House today to brief the president on the latest military options was noncommittal on whether he can say with absolute certainty that the Assad regime is to blame.
Trump won based on the support of older voters and Bernie Sanders didn get the nomination to run because younger voters talked a big game but didn actually show up in great enough numbers come election day. That seems to be changing. Because of Trump and his colleagues, younger voters are getting active and mobilized.
And it’s fascinating that our own intelligence services, the National Security Agency, has been using Chinese equipment to get into to implant our stuff into their equipment. So when it’s shipped all around the world, we can find out about people all over the world. And you have a fascinating description of meeting with a private cyber investigator, Kevin Mandia, who looked into Chinese hacking.
A. Our highways and bridges are not in a state of good repair. For the $48 billion that we received under the stimulus, we spent all that money in two years. Posada’s price rose last season, as he had the best offensive year of his career. The Yankees catcher is eight months older than Varitek (who will turn 36 April 11) and hit a career high .338 last season. Varitek, meanwhile, bounced back offensively, from the .238 of 2006 to .255 in 2007..
Last spring, after weeks of heated debate, the Private Option won 75% super majorities by one vote in the state senate and two in the house. The state sent itsfull Medicaid expansion proposalto Washington in early August. The Department of Health and Human Services approved it in late September, and Arkansas officials started racing to enroll those 250,000 newly eligible people.
But it is commonly held that the president can be indicted because of the implications of the inverse. If the president cannot be indicted, then he could ride out a statute of limitations during his tenure which is obviously problematic. It then stands to reason that the question is not whether you can indict a sitting POTUS (because you must, to preserve the charges), but when POTUS can stand for trial which may be after removal from office or their term ends..