EXCLUSIVE: Hailey Baldwin's dad Stephen is caught on video having secret rendezvous with LA masseuse as it's revealed the married born-again Christian actor has been having a two-year affair with the mom-of-two


Stephen Baldwin - Alec's youngest brother - has been having an affair with Venezuelan masseuse Ruth Perez Anselmi, 39, who he met in 2016
The born-again Christian, whose daughter Hailey is married to pop superstar Justin Bieber, has been seeing Anselmi during his business trips to Los Angeles
The 52-year-old actor, who has been married to wife Kennya for 28 years, was last seen by DailyMailTV entering Anselmi's Hollywood apartment on October 12
Two days later he was spotted leaving her apartment and the normally publicity-seeking star recoiled and tried to escape into an underground parking lot
When asked about the affair he responded: 'You're out of your mind brother, brother God bless you'
According to a friend, Baldwin received massages from Anselmi a few times, but 'things quickly turned sexual'
In June, Baldwin was spotted arriving at a hotel near LAX with Anselmi showing up two hours later

We filmed Baldwin entering Anselmi's Hollywood apartment building with the beauty on his arm after midnight on October 12.

The pair can be seen embracing by an elevator and Anselmi - also a talented singer and pianist - lovingly stroked Baldwin's arm.

Baldwin stayed at the apartment well into the early hours, leaving on a rented scooter.

Two days later on Sunday October 14 Baldwin was caught on camera again, this time leaving Anselmi's apartment building during the day with her by his side.

On seeing our cameraman, the normally publicity-seeking star recoiled and tried to escape into an underground parking lot, hoping we hadn't spotted him.

Realizing he had hit a dead end, the 52-year-old, wearing a baseball cap and glasses, was f..


Jehovah's Witnesses Recount Stories of Abuse, Estrangement in Leah Remini-Hosted Special


In a special preceding 'Scientology and the Aftermath's' third season, Remini gathered ex-members to discuss their experiences with the church on issues including blood transfusions, justice and women's rights.
Leah Remini kicked off the third season of her A&E series Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath on Tuesday night with a deep-dive, two-hour special on the Christian denomination Jehovah's Witnesses.

On Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath: The Jehovah's Witnesses, Remini led a panel of ex-Jehovah's Witnesses as they explained some of the church's most controversial positions and practices: its belief in Armageddon, disavowal of blood transfusions, disfellowships and subjugation of women.

As Remini explained at the beginning, the special stemmed from letters and social-media messages the production received, asking it to look into the denomination. "I thought Jehovah's Witnesses were just nice people knocking on doors," Remini said. But "We have received many letters, [saying], 'Please look into the Jehovah's Witnesses'" and making the connection between Scientology and Jehovah's Witnesses, she noted.

"Take Scientology, add eight million members, and you've got Jehovah's Witnesses," Lloyd Evans, a former member of the church and author of a book called The Reluctant Apostate, told her.

Jehovah's Witnesses emerged from the International Bible Students Association in the 19th century but was officially given its current name in 1931. Believers differ from other types of Christians in denying the Trinitarian belief that Jesus is divine, instead acknowledging him only as the son of God. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that Armageddon is coming, and when it does, non-Witnesses (or "worldly" people) won't survive and God's Kingdom will b..


Woosley Fire Potentially Started At Site Of Nuclear Meltdown, May Contain Radioactive Contamination


A Los Angeles journalist’s photographs are providing evidence of how the destructive Woosley wildfire could be spreading toxic and deadly contamination.

KCAL9’s Stu Mundel’s photos show the fire beginning in the proximity of the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, or SSFL. The consequences attached to such a realization are disastrous for the surrounding communities which have long fought the laboratory’s alleged contamination issue.

Southern California Edison reported a disturbance the Chatsworth substation, which is located on SSFL property, a mere two minutes prior to a fire erupting. In 1959, a Sodium Reactor Experiment reactor partially melted down in the same location. KCAL9’s Stu Mundel posted pictures of the incident here:

The Edison report says that a “Chatsworth substation” incident took place on Thursday, at 2:22 pm. The Woosley fire began at 2:24 pm on the same day.

Chatsworth Substation Located On Top Of Previous Nuclear Meltdown

The Chatsworth substation sits within the perimeter of the Boeing Rocketdyne Santa Susana complex. The substation is approximately three football fields west of the Woosley fire starting point. Likewise, the substation is equally approximately three football fields east of the SRE complex, the site of the 1959 nuclear meltdown.

The substations purpose was to provide electricity to the reactor. This electricity helped to power the main grid. This, of course, was the case prior to the meltdown incident.

What does all of this mean?

Woosley Fire May Be One Massive Radioactive, Contaminated Event
The Woosley fire’s potential starting point is ground zero for gargantuan nuclear contamination. Over the years, according to Denise Duffield, Associate Director of Physicians for..


White House blasts 'grandstanding' CNN for lawsuit demanding Jim Acosta get back his press credentials after he was banned for clashing with female intern over press conference microphone
White House denied Acosta access last week and confiscated his 'hard pass' after a heated press-conference shouting match with Trump
The clash ended with brief physical contact with a female intern who tried to take the microphone
CNN sued on Tuesday on First Amendment grounds, claimed Acosta was denied a Fifth Amendent right to due process, and asked a judge for a restraining order
On Friday Trump told DailyMail.com as he left the White House that he hasn't decided how long Acosta will be without credentials, and more bans may follow
The suit names Trump, chief of staff John Kelly, press secretary Sarah Sanders and other aides, along with the Secret Service officer who took the press pass
Former George W. Bush lawyer Ted Olson is representing CNN

CNN filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Trump administration after the White House suspended White House correspondent Jim Acosta's 'hard pass' press credential. Acosta clashed with President Donald Trump and a press office intern during a November 7 press conference.

The networks' suit, filed by a team that includes former George W. Bush solicitor general Ted Olson, demands the immediate return of Acosta's credentials. The White House fired back at CNN, one of the president's favorite targets, for 'grandstanding.'

Acosta lost access to the building last Wednesday night, hours after refusing to give up a microphone when the president said he had answered enough of his questions.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement that Acosta 'physically refused to surrender a White House microphone to an intern.'

'We have asked this court for an immediate restraining order requiring the pass be returned to Jim, and will seek permanent relief as part of this process.'

The suit names as defen..


President Trump's tweet on California wildfires angers firefighters, celebrities

President Donald Trump's tweet blaming "gross mismanagement" for the devastating California wildfires is sparking a backlash from top firefighters' associations, politicians and celebrities.

In a series of tweets Saturday, Trump said the state's deadly wildfires are a result of poor forest management and threatened to cut federal aid.
"There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor," Trump tweeted. "Billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Remedy now, or no more Fed payments!"

Donald J. Trump

There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor. Billions of dollars are given each year, with so many lives lost, all because of gross mismanagement of the forests. Remedy now, or no more Fed payments!

12:08 AM - Nov 10, 2018

He doubled down Sunday in another tweet, again blaming forest management.
"With proper Forest Management, we can stop the devastation constantly going on in California. Get smart!" Trump tweeted.

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio also weighed in, blaming the fires on climate change.
"The reason these wildfires have worsened is because of climate change and a historic drought," he tweeted. "Helping victims and fire relief efforts in our state should not be a partisan issue."
In between Trump's tweets blaming forest management, he also paid tribute to those affected by the fire.
"More than 4,000 are fighting the Camp and Woolsey Fires in California that have burned over 170,000 acres," Trump tweeted. "Our hearts are with those fighting the fires ... The destruction is catastrophic. God Bless them all."




Michelle Obama: 'I'd never forgive' Trump for promoting birther conspiracy

Former first lady Michelle Obama writes in her forthcoming memoir that President Donald Trump's promotion of the so-called birther movement is something she will "never forgive him for," according to excerpts obtained by The Washington Post and other outlets, detailing the threats she said her family felt as a result of Trump's amplification of the conspiracy theory.

Trump pushed the unfounded theory beginning around 2011 that President Barack Obama was born in Kenya, rather than in Hawaii, and was therefore ineligible to be president. The accusations gained steam among some on the right with the help of Trump’s Twitter feed, culminating in repeated calls for Obama to release his birth certificate and his college admissions records. Trump at one point claimed to have seen the president’s birth certificate himself, which he said would back up his claims, although he never released the proof he claimed to have.

The issue fizzled out near the end of Trump’s run for president in 2016, when he held a press conference to announce that he did, in fact, believe that Obama was born in the U.S., but declined to take responsibility for promoting the conspiracy or apologize to Obama for spreading the false claim, seen by many as racist.

Trump has also spread the false claim that the Obamas are Muslims, a statement that has also been identified by many as a racist dog whistle.

Though then-President Obama poked fun at the conspiracy occasionally, Michelle Obama writes in her book that she worried Trump’s claims would incite violence against her husband and her family.

“The whole thing was crazy and mean-spirited, of course, its underlying bigotry and xenophobia hardly concealed. But it was also dangerous, deliberately meant to stir up the wingnuts and kooks,” she says in the book.

“What if someon..


Survivor: 50-60 People At Borderline Bar And Grill Attack Wednesday — Were Also At Route 91 Attack In Las Vegas (Video)


(Gateway Pundit) – Thirteen people were killed last night at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California late last night. The shooting took place at 11:20 PM Pacific Time.

Police Sgt. Ron Helus was shot dead after he entered the bar and grill. The unarmed doorman was also killed.

The shooter was later identified as Ian Long a former Marine.

After the shooting survivor Nicholas Champion said 50-60 survivors last night inside the country western bar and grill were also at the Route 91 concert last year during the mass shooting.


"I was at the Las Vegas Route 91 mass shooting": Man inside Southern California bar when a gunman opened fire was with "probably 50 or 60 others" who were also at the Las Vegas massacre last year.

“This family got hit twice.”

9:25 AM - Nov 8, 2018


Mass shooting at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California
Several hundred people were inside at the time, police said. The gunman later was confirmed dead.


A Marine veteran clad in black and armed with a .45-caliber Glock handgun shot his way into a Southern California bar crowded with college students and unleashed hell before turning the gun on himself, officials said Thursday.

When it was over, 12 others, including a sheriff's sergeant who tried to stop the carnage, were also dead and many more were wounded.

While investigators identified the gunman as 28-year-old Ian David Long and tried to establish ..


The winners and losers from the 2018 midterm elections


it is clear after Tuesday's election that the predicted "blue wave" in the 2018 midterms turned out to be more of a Democratic swell.

Democrats did gain a clear majority in the House and flipped some governorships (although fewer than they had hoped), but Republicans added more seats than expected in the Senate and scored victories in nearly all of the most high-profile races.

Both sides are claiming the results as a victory.

Here is a look at the winners and losers from Tuesday:

Loser: Liberal Democrats
Before Tuesday, liberal-leaning commentators gushed about three Democratic candidates who appeared to be winning over voters in Southern states with unapologetically liberal platforms: Beto O'Rourke in the Texas Senate race, Andrew Gillum in the Florida governor race and Stacey Abrams in the Georgia governor race.

Their campaigns became the focus of national media attention heading into the election and Democrats poured money into the races. Many said those three candidates could represent a new forward for liberals in Republican territory.

Abrams, Gillum and O'Rourke performed well and made their races tight, but all three appear to have been defeated.

On the other hand, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a self-described democratic socialist, won in deeply blue New York to become the youngest woman ever elected to Congress at age 29.

Winner: Sen. Mitch McConnell
Heading into Election Day, most pollsters and pundits predicted that Republicans would retain control of the Senate, but few thought they would add more than one, maybe two seats. Some said a true Democratic wave could even sweep away a couple of GOP incumbents to hand Democrats a majority.

But the Republicans did much more than hold onto the Senate, they flipped at least three Senate seats, defeating Democr..


Crowd Breaks Into 'Amazing Grace' After Guest Appears To Fall Ill At Missouri Trump Rally


Via Global News -- The crowd at a Missouri rally held by President Donald Trump began to sing "Amazing Grace" on Monday, Nov. 5, 2018 after a guest appeared to fall ill, prompting a pause in the rally as a doctor was called in.

Bible verses
Act 2:16 No, what you see was predicted long ago by the prophet Joel:
Act 2:17 'In the last days,' God says, 'I will pour out My Spirit upon all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy. Your young men will see visions, and your old men will dream dreams.
Act 2:18 In those days I will pour out My Spirit even on My servants—men and women alike—and they will prophesy.
Act 2:32 "God raised Jesus from the dead, and we are all witnesses of this.
Act 2:33 Now He is exalted to the place of highest honor in heaven, at God's right hand. And the Father, as He had promised, gave Him the Holy Spirit to pour out upon us, just as you see and hear today.
Act 2:37 Peter's words pierced their hearts, and they said to him and to the other apostles, "Brothers, what should we do?"
Act 2:38 Peter replied, "Each of you must repent of your sins and turn to God, and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. Then you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Act 2:39 This promise is to you, and to your children, and even to the Gentiles—all who have been called by the Lord our God."

Heb 8:8 But when God found fault with the people, He said: "The day is coming, says the LORD, when I will make a new covenant with the people of Israel and Judah.
Heb 8:9 This covenant will not be like the one I made with their ancestors when I took them by the hand and led them out of the land of Egypt. They did not remain faithful to My covenant, so I turned My b..


Six San Diego-area military bases will be used to assist at border for Operation Faithful Patriot

ix military bases in San Diego County will be used as logistics hubs for supplies and troops to help with securing the Southwest border following President Trump’s announcement Wednesday that he would deploy as many as 15,000 military personnel in response to caravans of Central American migrants making their way northward.

Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Naval Air Station North Island (Coronado), Naval Base San Diego and Naval Base Point Loma as well as Naval Air Station El Centro will participate in the deployment named Operation Faithful Patriot, officials said

“They have been identified as base support installations – staging areas for troops, for helicopters to land and supplies to be distributed,” said Air Force Capt. Lauren Hill at Northern Command in Colorado.

Military troops will help with planning, engineering, transportation, logistics and medical support to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, according to the Northern Command statement.

Tasks will include erecting temporary vehicle barriers and fencing and installing light towers, barbed wire and concertina wire. Temporary housing and meals will be provided and medical personnel would be deployed as needed for patient care, the statement said.

The new 15,000-troop figure doubles the number Pentagon officials have announced would be operating along the entire border with Mexico.

“We’ll go up to anywhere between 10 and 15,000 military personnel on top of Border Control, ICE and everybody else at the border,” Trump said before departing Washington for a campaign rally in Florida. “Nobody’s coming in. We’re not allowing people to come in.”

Trump’s comments came a day after the general in charge of the border deployment said 5,239 active-duty troops would be he..


Trump says U.S. could send up to 15,000 troops to border

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday the United States could send as many as 15,000 troops to the border with Mexico, as he hardens his stance against a caravan of migrants fleeing violence and poverty in Central America.

"As far as the caravan is concerned, our military is out...we'll go up to anywhere between 10 and 15,000 military personnel, on top of Border Patrol, ICE and everybody else at the border," Trump told reporters at the White House.

The Trump administration on Monday put the number of troops it aimed to send to the border at over 5,200.

Trump has sought to use immigration as an issue to motivate Republican voters ahead of the Nov. 6 elections next week, where Republicans will seek to maintain control on both congressional chambers.

As a presidential candidate before the U.S. election in 2016, Trump promised to harden immigration laws and build a wall along the southern border with Mexico, but implementation of his signature campaign promise has been slow.

A caravan of Central American migrants estimated to number at least 3,500 people left Honduras in mid-October and is now in southern Mexico on its way to the U.S. border.

Trump's tough response to the caravan has been an issue in the congressional elections. Democrats accuse the president of stoking fears of illegal immigration to help Republicans win votes.

The Pentagon has said it has identified about 7,000 active-duty troops, including about 2,000 on standby, that could be deployed to the southern border.


Footage of train heading southbound reportedly captured in Arizona
The footage comes as President Trump announced he would ..


Donald Trump Says He Will Use Tent Cities to End Caravan, Catch and Release

President Donald Trump told Fox News that he will hold Central American asylum-seekers in detention while they wait for their asylum requests to be considered by immigration judges.
“We’re going to hold them [in detention] until such time their trial takes place,” he told Fox News host Laura Ingraham Monday night. He continued:

We’re going to build tent cities, we’re going to put tents up all over the place … The [migrants] are going to wait [in detention], and if they don’t get asylum, they get out of here.

“We’re not letting them into this country,” he said, suggesting his plan will include all Central American asylum-seekers, not just the migrants in the two approaching caravans of Honduran migrants.

Trump is now expected to announce his plan on Wednesday, and likely will also describe the legal authorities which would allow a drastic change from the pro-migration policies embraced by Presidents Geoge W. Bush and Barack Obama.

Democrats, progressives and business groups will oppose his plan to reduce migration, and will likely ask a California judge to block the plan. In turn, Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions will push the Supreme Court to contain the judicial counterattacks on Trump’s defense of the nation’s border and labor market.

Trump said his plan would keep asylum-seeking parents with their children, undermining Democrats’ complaints about “family separation.”

The Trump plan can legally replace the judge-imposed Flores rule which forces officials to release migrants with children before their asylum requests can be processed by officials. The Flores rule releases migrants with children in 20 days, even though the legal process takes roughly 40 days.

Trump’s plan may deter the future flow of migrants towards the border and into the United States. Onc..


Obama rips Trump, GOP in fiery speeches for Midwest Dems

Former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump’s tenure in office Friday in fiery speeches in Milwaukee and Detroit that took aim at him and other Republicans for “making stuff up.”

The speeches were among Obama’s sharpest and most direct takedowns of Trump’s presidency, although the former president was careful to not mention Trump by name. He said the “character of our country is on the ballot” in the first midterm election since Trump took office.

Obama cited a recent Trump comment that he would pass a tax cut before the November election. Obama then told the crowds in high school gymnasiums that “Congress isn’t even in session before the election! He just makes it up!”

At one point Obama said in Wisconsin: “Here’s the thing. Everything I say you can look up.”

Obama’s visits were to urge people to vote for Michigan and Wisconsin’s Democratic candidates. While Trump was frequently the target of his criticism, he did not spare Republicans generally and said they are lying when they say they want to protect people with pre-existing conditions while trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

“What we have not seen before in our public life is politicians just blatantly, repeatedly, baldly, shamelessly, lying. Just making stuff up,” Obama said. “Calling up, down. Calling black, white. That’s what your governor is doing with these ads, just making stuff up,” he said, referring to Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his assertions that he wants to protect health care for those with pre-existing conditions. Walker is being challenged by Democrat Tony Evers.

Obama rips Trump: 'It's wrong to spend all your time from a position of power vilifying people'

Former President Barack Obama made a thinly veiled jab at President Donald T..


Kremlin warns Trump's move to pull out of nuclear accord 'will make the world more dangerous'

The Kremlin warned President Trump over the decision to pull the U.S. out of a decades-old bilateral nuclear agreement with Russia and develop new ballistic missiles.

“It's an extremely dangerous intention,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Wednesday regarding Trump’s comments that the U.S. will begin developing new intermediate-range missiles, according to Reuters. “It will make the world more dangerous.”

The president said on Saturday that unless China and Russia agree to halt the development of their missiles, the U.S. military will begin such development.

“We'll have to develop those weapons unless Russia comes to us, and China comes to us, and they all come to us and they say ‘let's really get smart and lets none of us develop those weapons," Trump said.

Trump said the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty, which was signed by President Ronald Reagan and General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev, only interfered with U.S. military development.

We’re going to terminate the agreement, and we’re going to pull out,” Trump said. “They have been violating it for many years. I don't know why President [Barack] Obama didn't negotiate or pull out. ... We’re not going to let them violate a nuclear agreement and go out and do weapons, and we’re not allowed to.”

Multiple top Russian officials have criticized Trump for the decision to pull out, saying the move was a provocation against Russia and could lead to “full chaos” and the return of the Cold War between Russia and the U.S.

The Trump administration said Russia broke the INF treaty after deploying Novator 9M729 land-based cruise missiles, which can exceed the allowed range and strike NATO countries quickly.

The U.S. admitted in 2012 that Russia broke the treaty..


Democrats worry about a 2016 repeat in House races

Newt Gingrich: Texas offers a blueprint for a red wave election in November

This week, Texas Republicans won a special election for a state Senate seat in a district along the Mexican border. Every Republican campaign in the country should study this race carefully.

You may not have read about this GOP victory, because the liberal national media is not exactly excited to report that Republicans reclaimed a seat they had not held in 139 years. The liberal media is especially shy about reporting on a Republican victory in a district that Hillary Clinton carried by nearly 12 points in the 2016 presidential election.

From the left’s standpoint, this victory is even more frightening because the district is 73 percent African-American and Hispanic.

Furthermore, at a time when people are touting gigantic Democratic voter turnout and lagging Republican participation, this special election runoff had twice as many voters as the last Texas state Senate special election runoff in February 2015.

In fact, the turnout for this race went up from 26,207 in the first round of the election to 44,487 in the runoff, according to Sam Taylor with the Texas Secretary of State’s Office. The Republican candidate received 23,576 votes to the Democrat’s 20,911.

James Woods blasts Clinton bomb threat as ‘obvious political stunt’

What Happens When You Vote the Right Person into Office

On this special "Faith for Our Nation" broadcast of Believer’s Voice of Victo..


Trump says he's 'angry and upset' about suspected bombs mailed to top officials

Homemade bombs sent to Obama, Clinton, CNN offices and Holder, officials say

Alex Soros: Trump’s ‘Demonization of Opponents’ to Blame for Attempted Bombings

Soros' son attacks Trump amid rash of bomb threats: 'Something changed in 2016'


Jim Carrey blames Trump, supporters for mail bombs

... He's Stoking This Fire

Flashback: Suspected Ricin Letters Mailed To President Trump, Other Senior Govt Officials Three Weeks Ago


CDC investigating more cases of polio-like syndrome

Federal health officials said Monday they now have reports of 155 possible cases of acute flaccid myelitis, a polio-like syndrome that causes muscle weakness and paralysis.

The CDC and doctors across the country are braced for more cases of AFM, which seems to mostly affect children although it has also been reported in a handful of adults.

Although the CDC says its researchers still are not sure of a cause, the pattern of the reported cases strongly points to a virus, doctors say. The No. 1 suspect is a distant relative of polio called enterovirus D68 or EV-D68.

The CDC says it cannot say what is causing this pattern of disease. “We don’t know what caused the increase in AFM cases starting in 2014,” the CDC says on its website.

“We have not yet determined who is at higher risk for developing AFM, or the reasons why they may be at higher risk.”

It can take several weeks for cases to be reported and fully investigated.

The CDC urges parents to get kids to an emergency room quickly, and recommends that doctors have a high index of suspicion for AFM or another neurological disorder if a child has the following symptoms:

Difficulty moving the eyes or drooping eyelids
Facial droop or weakness
Difficulty with swallowing or slurred speech
Sudden arm or leg weakness

Adenovirus outbreak kills 6 children at N.J. health facility, sickens 12 others

A viral outbreak has left six children dead and 12 others sick at a New Jersey rehabilitation facility, health officials say. According to the New Jersey Department of Health, there have been 18 cases of adenovirus among pediatric residents at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, located in Haskell.

Adenoviruses are a family of ..


Who's Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the group behind the migrant caravan that drew Trump's ire?

Mexican news says caravans grow to 14,000 people

Trump says MS-13, terrorists are part of caravan

Trump expands aid threat as caravan of migrants heads to US

Migrants Continue March to U.S.: 'Our Strength Is Greater Than Trump's Threats’

‘Extremely Dangerous’ Hurricane Willa Grows to Category 5, Takes Aim at Mexico

National Guard troops begin deploying to border security mission

Hurricane Willa becomes potentially CATASTROPHIC Category 5 storm as it barrels towards Mexico's southwest coast

Hurricane Willa became a..


Trump: US military will shut Mexico border to stop illegal immigration


President insists migrants heading to the border from Central America include ‘many criminals’ and some of them are carrying drugs

US President Donald Trump said he will mobilise the US military to close the border with Mexico and stop an “assault” on the nation by a caravan of migrants from Central America.

Trump, who ran in 2016 promising to tighten US immigration laws end the inflow of people entering the country illegally, has called for cutting off foreign aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador if they do not stop the migrants.

He claimed on Thursday that Democrats are backing the human movement to bolster their case for “open borders and existing weak laws”.

“I am watching the Democrat Party led (because they want Open Borders and existing weak laws) assault on our country by Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, whose leaders are doing little to stop this large flow of people, INCLUDING MANY CRIMINALS, from entering Mexico to US” he said.

“In addition to stopping all payments to these countries, which seem to have almost no control over their population, I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught – and if unable to do so I will call up the US Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!” Trump said on Twitter.

In other posts, Trump claimed that many in the caravan are criminals.

“ … The assault on our country at our Southern Border, including the Criminal elements and DRUGS pouring in, is far more important to me, as President, than Trade or the USMCA. Hopefully Mexico will stop this onslaught at their Northern Border. All Democrats fault for weak laws!”

Trump’s comments came as he has been urging fellow Republicans to make immigration a central issue in the closing weeks of their midterm election campaigns and blaming..


Sen. Rand Paul: It's time to rethink America's relationship with Saudi Arabia -- It is not our friend


It’s time to rethink America’s relationship with the Saudi Kingdom.

It is no surprise to most Americans that we help arm, train, equip and otherwise prop up the government of Saudi Arabia. The Saudis have long bought and paid for many politicians and for an image of moderate pro-Americanism as part of the face they show the world.

But the face presented simply is not reality. It is time to use our leverage to force change in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We can start by cutting off our military aid and weapons sales to the kingdom.

The killing of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi is many things, including brutal and terrifying to those who report on the Saudis. What it also should be, in light of what it exposes about the Saudi regime, is a turning point in our relationship, where we as Americans stop and ask ourselves what we have been propping up and supporting.

The fate of Khashoggi might come as a shock to many Americans, but it’s nothing new. A U.N. report reveals that over “3,000 allegations of torture were formally recorded” against Saudi Arabia between 2009 to 2015, according to The Guardian, with the report also noting a lack of a single prosecution of an official for the conduct.

I have been attempting to expose this for many years. Others in the U.S. government know it, but either won’t admit it or attempt to brush it aside. It’s a fact that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest sponsor of radical Islam on the planet, and no other nation is even close.

Since the 1980s, over $100 billion has “been spent on exporting” Wahhabism (the brand of Islam that controls Saudi Arabia and is most prevalent in madrassas). According to Foreign Policy Magazine, an “estimated 10 to 15 percent of madrassa..


Trump calls Stormy Daniels 'Horseface'


President Trump on Tuesday called adult-film star Stormy Daniels "Horseface" and threatened to "go after" her after he won a court victory over his alleged mistress.

“'Federal Judge throws out Stormy Danials [sic] lawsuit versus Trump. Trump is entitled to full legal fees.' @FoxNews Great, now I can go after Horseface and her 3rd rate lawyer in the Great State of Texas. She will confirm the letter she signed! She knows nothing about me, a total con!' he tweeted.

The tweet comes one day after a federal judge in California threw out Daniels's defamation lawsuit against Trump and ordered Daniels to repay the president's legal fees.

Daniels's attorney, Michael Avenatti, responded by calling Trump a "disgusting misogynist" and a "liar" who has dishonored his family and country.

"You are a disgusting misogynist and an embarrassment to the United States. Bring everything you have, because we are going to demonstrate to the world what a complete shyster and liar you are. How many other women did you cheat on your wife with while you had a baby at home?" he tweeted.

The former adult film star later hit back at Trump, making a ribald reference to his genitals.

"Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present your president. In addition to his...umm...shortcomings, he has demonstrated his incompetence, hatred of women and lack of self control on Twitter AGAIN! And perhaps a penchant for bestiality. Game on, Tiny," she tweeted.

The judge's ruling does not affect a separate lawsuit Daniels is bringing against Trump regarding a 2016 nondisclosure agreement.

Daniels alleges she had an affair with Trump in 2006 and that the former business mogul paid her $130,000 during the run-up to the 2016 presidential election in exchange for her silence.

The payment is also being probed by federal prosecutors in New York City, who have already sec..


Melania Trump discusses #MeToo, her marriage and that controversial jacket in a rare interview


Melania Trump, in an interview that aired on Friday, offered an assessment of being first lady: “This won’t last forever.”

Trump gave a rare insight into her White House life during an interview on ABC’s “20/20,” taped during her visit last week to Africa, in which she addressed an array of topics, including the #MeToo movement, her husband’s alleged infidelities and her efforts to rein in her husband’s notorious Twitter habits.

“I don’t agree always with what he posts,” she said of President Trump’s use of the social media platform.

In the interview, Melania Trump also took on one of her own biggest controversies — the jacket she wore to visit the U.S.-Mexico border, where migrant children were being separated from their families under the Trump administration’s policies, that read “I really don’t care, do u?” That message was “for the left-wing media” and other critics, she said, echoing her husband’s explanation of the jarring sartorial choice.

The network had been teasing the Friday night interview, the only one that the first lady has sat for since her husband was elected, by releasing snippets throughout the week.

Melania Trump considers herself “one of the most bullied people in the world.” She revealed that there are people working in the White House that she doesn’t trust. She said women accusing men of sexual assault needed to show “really hard evidence.”

And she said allegations of her husband’s infidelity were “not a concern and focus of mine.” On the state of her marriage? “Yes, we are fine.”

Which might not sound like a woman baring her soul — but for the normally tight-lipped first lady, who publ..


President Trump praises Kanye West’s words at White House: ‘That was quite something’

he covered Superman, the 13th and Second amendments, North Korea and his budding MAGA bromance with the commander in chief.

West began the much-anticipated sit-down by praising Trump's efforts in North Korea saying, "On day one you solved one of [Obama's] biggest troubles. We solved one of the biggest problems."

"They tried to scare me to not wear this hat," West said, referring to his "Make America Great Again" hat he wore to the meeting and on a recent appearance on "Saturday Night Live."

"When I put this hat on, it made me feel like Superman - my favorite superhero. You made a Superman cape for me."

The rapper went on to chastise the NBC sketch show and other liberal-leaning media members for their portrayal of the American president.

West said. "When we make everything in China and not America, we’re cheating on our country."

West discussed many topics in a rambling dialogue that included everything from bringing manufacturing to the country, his personal business deals, ending stop-and-frisk in Chicago and the 13th Amendment.

West went on to reference his recent bipolar disorder diagnosis saying that he was misdiagnosed by a doctor and said he was merely sleep-deprived.

"Illegal guns is the problem, not legal guns, we have the right to bear arms," he said bluntly.

Overall, West was complimentary to the president, even at one point saying he loved him and running around the Resolute desk to hug him.

West said he had been an underdog his entire career, and that drew him to Trump, a man who many felt could never win the presidency. He claimed the two shared “dragon energy."

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Rally-Bound Donald Trump Tweets Show Must Go On As Historic Hurricane Slams South

“I can’t disappoint thousands of people that are there – and the thousands that are going,” Trump tweeted. “I look forward to seeing everyone this evening.”

I hear they have thousands of people lined up, and so we are in a little bit of a quagmire,” Trump acknowledged.

“They have gotten there, some people…got there last night. So we will probably go because what are you going to do?” asked the President of the United States. “Tell thousands of people, they’ve been waiting there all night, that we’re not coming? That’s not fair either.”

Hours earlier, Trump took a moment to tweet-plain that New York Times had not put its report on his Tuesday made-for-TV re-swearing in of Kavanaugh, at which Trump apologized on behalf of the nation for the behavior of Dems and Christine Blasey Ford at his confirmation hearing. Trump also announced Kavanaugh had been “proven innocent” of Ford’s sexual assault allegation.

List of post-election Donald Trump rallies

Anatomy of a Trump rally
Nearly two years into his presidency, these operatic, roughly 80-minute performances offer the most tangible proof that Trump has never left the campaign trail, or sought to expand his fan base. All sitting presidents do a fair amount of campaigning and fundraising. None has started earlier or sustained it like Trump, who held nine rallies in the weeks after winning election and then hit the road again within a month of taking office — Tuesday's rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, was his 32nd since his inaugural.

As Democrats threaten to retake Congress in next month's elections, Trump has revved up Air Force One. Last week, he hit Tennessee, Mississippi, Minnesota and Kansas. This week he plays back-to-back evenings in Iowa..


Bannon: Timing of Nikki Haley's departure 'horrific'

Former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon on Wednesday lamented the announcement of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley's impending departure, saying it distracted from the administration's successes.

Bannon said in an interview with Bloomberg News Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait that the timing of the announcement was "horrific" and "exquisite from a bad point of view."

"Everything she said yesterday and everything she said about stepping down could have been done on the evening of Nov. 6. The timing could not have been worse," Bannon said at an event in London.

Bannon, who left the White House in August 2017 and was later publicly excoriated by President Trump, told Micklethwait that Haley's announcement threatens to undermine the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and the strong economy that Republicans are hoping to tout heading into the midterms.

Bannon later credited Haley as "very talented" and "incredibly politically ambitious."

Steve Bannon says the timing of Nikki Haley's resignation is "horrific" and that she is "incredibly politically ambitious" #bloomberginvest https://t.co/mYcnPtgY4w

— Bloomberg Live (@BloombergLive) October 10, 2018
Trump and Haley announced on Tuesday morning that she would depart her post by the end of 2018. The two portrayed Haley's departure as amicable, explaining that she wanted to "take a break" from public service.

On Wednesday afternoon, Trump told reporters that there is "no good time" for a high-ranking administration official to leave. He suggested that had Haley waited to make the announcement after the Nov. 6 midterms, it would've been heavily scrutinized regardless of how the GOP fared in the elections.

"If we win they'd say 'why is she doing it?' and if we lose, they'd say 'oh it’s obvious why ..


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