Trump turned to Twitter on Saturday to mock U.S. District Judge James Robart as a “so-called judge” and dismiss his ruling as “ridiculous” and one that could allow “many very bad and risky people” into the U.S.
US Vice President Mike Pence cautioned Iran this weekend to “think twice” before undertaking any “hostile and belligerent actions”, doubling down on President Donald Trump’s warning that military action remains on the table.Although Pence would not commit to maintaining sanctions against Russian Federation if it continues to violate the cease-fire agreement – “I think that’s a question that will be answered”, he said – the vice president’s answer differed from the one Trump gave in an interview with Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly, which will air before the Super Bowl.Pressed by Stephanopoulos about Trump’s criticism of the judge, Pence said that the American people were “very accustomed to this president speaking his mind”.In an interview on ABC’s “This Week,” Pence advised Iran to “look at the calendar” and realize Barack Obama is no longer in office.Trump fumed and lashed out this weekend after a federal judge in Seattle late Friday ordered a nationwide halt to enforcement of Trump’s week-old order temporarily barring citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries – including Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen – pending an extensive review of USA immigration policies.’The opinion of this so-called judge, which essentially takes law-enforcement away from our country, is ridiculous and will be overturned!’ he tweeted.
Pat McAfee Thanks State Of Indiana
The 29-year-old McAfee, who spent eight seasons with Indianapolis , was scheduled to undergo his third knee surgery in four years. Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee took to Comedy Central late Wednesday night to announce his retirement from the NFL.
“We are going to win this argument”, Pence vowed.If support falls short, Trump has urged Senate Republicans to change longstanding rules – using what is referred to as the “nuclear option” – to allow Gorsuch’s confirmation by a simple majority of 51 votes, a highly controversial approach.Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) said today that she is alarmed that Trump has issued “a blizzard of executive orders and memoranda” since he took office January 20, including some like the immigration order that was hastily drafted and “most probably unlawful”. “And I think this, that’s the kinda leadership the American people want to see”.Trump said there is evidence of votes being attributed to dead people and of people voting in different states in the same election.The Fox News host continued to press him for evidence.’Under statutory law and under the Constitution, that authority belongs to the president, ‘ he said. But the decision Friday in Washington state by federal judge James Robart put the order on hold. “Just take a look at the registration and we’re going to do it”.