“You’re going to see cities of all sizes hurt by this budget, you’re going to see towns hurt by this budget,” de Blasio said. “A lot of things in President Trump’s budget will be very difficult for Republicans to vote for.” The mayor and his commissioners couldn 't provided a dollar figure of the full impact the spending plan on the city’s budget. He also refused to discuss any details as to how the city is preparing to cope with such expected cuts, only promising to fight “every single one” of the plan. The city is expected to receive $8.5 billion in categorial grants from the federal government, and $7 billion in the next fiscal
Since the presidential candidates have been fighting for the democratic/rebuplican nominee, there’s been a “faveriote” candidate, Donald Trump. Since Donald Trump has announced his running in the race, he has said some things people disagree with. He even has had celebrities threaten to leave the country if he becomes president. So there’s been a campain, and anti-trump can pain. The campaign which now has ultimately failed, since trump’s competors have all dropped out, meaning he automatically gets the republican seat.
Planes with enough fuel were told to return to their airport of origin, and the rest was diverted to airports across Canada. Fearing the attacks may not be over and worried that other planes could be turned into “destructive missiles,” Transport Canada instructed NAV CANADA (the agency that handles air traffic control) not to redirect planes to large urban areas, such as Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Canada was also upset because they lost 24 Canadiens in the Twin Towers attack, the youngest of these age 29 and the oldest 70. Canada 's economy also would have suffered because of the attacks as most of their supplies comes from the United States. Canada was a quiet leader in sending aid, special rescue units, and equipment.
Donald Trump has certainly offended many Hispanics with his harsh talk of immigration, but on September 1st he took the first step to making amends by inviting Javier Palomarez, president of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, to his Manhattan office for a meeting. Mr. Palomarez was pleasantly surprised with Trump’s cordial attitude, but still disapproved of his plan to build a wall along the border with Mexico and to deport millions of immigrants in the country illegally as he believes that such moves would severely cost the construction and hospitality industries, which rely on the labor of
Like a strategy straight out of Sun Tzu 's Art Of War, Hillary Clinton is using Donald Trump 's own party against him in a brutal new campaign ad that shows even the majority of Republicans find Trump distasteful and potentially disastrous for America. This week, Donald Trump became the GOP 's presumptive presidential nominee after an embarrassing thrashing in Indiana finally caused Evangelical nut-bar Ted Cruz to accept defeat and drop out of the race, followed shortly by Ohio Governor John Kasich. With Trump the last man standing on the Republican ticket, and Clinton being the odds-on favorite for the Democrats, things are about to get real nasty along the campaign trail as both candidates gear up for the general election. Related; Cruz Defeated Drops Out Of Race
Donald Trump and his issue with illegal Immigrants. After reading many articles discussing the situation between Donald Trump and the 11 million immigrants in America and trying to understand both sides of this issue, I strongly believe Trump and his insane idea will not be successful. Donald Trump is planning to deport all illegal Immigrants and their children from the United States if he becomes President. He is planning on taking away Birthright citizenship from millions of people who were born in the U.S. from Immigrant parents. How is he planning on doing so?
Millions of beaners come to the United States on temporary visas, but refuse to leave when their time is up. This is a threat to white people. Teen job thieves who refuse to leave at the time they are intended to will be vigorously evacuated from the soon to be a white nation. I will end birthright citizenship. This remains the biggest taco eating Mexican magnet for illegal immigration.
We just had a recent election and Donald Trump won . Many people wanted Clinton as our president because of all of the harsh things trump were saying . The rumors were that Trump threatened to send people of black descendants back to africa and send people of hispanic descendents back to mexico and build a wall . What the people of america doesn’t know is just because Trump is president doesn’t mean he can just snap his fingers and everything he says will happen. We live in a country where we have a judicial , executive , and legislative branch , they are better known as separation of power.
He then pointed out some of the issues in which he and the supposed shoe-in winner Clinton differ: raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, his opposition to the Keystone pipeline, his opposition the war in Iraq and his opposition to the USA Patriot Act. Sanders unambiguous reply was prompted when a reporter said to him: "You said you won 't criticize or attack Hillary Clinton, certainly. But you did seem to draw some implicit contrasts when you said you don 't take money from Super PACs and you voted against the Iraq war ..." That is when Sanders lit off, refusing the bait. He instead took the opportunity to relate his pinnacle issue, the one from which he says all other issues cascade: "The collapse of the American middle class ... the obscenity of the kind of income and wealth inequality that we have today." He reiterated his refusal "to get into the game" of attacking his main opponent, Hillary Clinton.
In the last election it was one of President Trumps main areas of focus. In his speech “Immigration: Let Me Tell You About My Plan” he said, “ Countless Americans (who) have died in recent years would be alive today if not for the open border policies of this Administration.” (Paragraph 19). Immigration is something that people on this side of the topic think causes too many problems in this country and should be stopped for the good of the American
In this essay I will be talking about how Donald Trump shouldn 't be president. I think Donald Trump shouldn 't be president because he won 't let immigrates have health care and I don 't think that is right to do and he says that he is not going to do that because it cost them $10 billion and what if they have kids the kids won 't have health care and that is not right and who cares if that cost money they are people to. Another thing he is going to do if he is president is that he will increase pollution in the U.S and that is not good and because of pollution a lot of icy places are melting and it is going to get worst. Donald Trump is trying to get rid of North American Free Trade Agreement with the Canada and Mexico and that can’t be
Donald wants to build a bigger and greater wall on the border of the U.S and Mexico. If Donald Trump goes through with it, then Mexico is going to have the TrumpLand wall and are going to have to pay. He wants to repeal Obamacare “and replace it with something that benefits everybody.” Donald Trump also wants to “Turn off that spigot” of sending money to China (in the form of debt payments) by taxing them until “they behave properly.” He wants to end President Obama’s executive actions among immigration. He wants to change when somebody is born in the U.S, it automatically makes them a American citizen. Trump wants to work hard and end the Islamic
Our current president believes airstrikes are sufficient in the battle against terrorism. While some people disagree with just the airstrikes, more Americans believe sending ground troops will just end in disaster. Donald Trump wants to send in ground troops, he “wants to take away their wealth” (Donald Trump 2015). This opens another debate if Donald Trump is qualified to be president in the first place. Donald Trump has no background in politics, and Americans are frightful of another candidate becoming president that has hand no background in
Recently, the Guatemalan president Jimmy Morales tried to remove a United Nations backed commissioner when they tried to investigate possible corruptions in his campaign. When repercussions were evident, the Guatemalan government actually voted to shield Morales from the consequences of his actions. Though most people may think of national level events (country A in conflict with country B over something) when speaking about sovereignty, it also plays a role at the domestic level too. The issue of the niqab law in Quebec during the past October, for instance, is a recent example. Recently, a law has been passed in Quebec (the Bill 62) which “prohibits students from covering their face in class.
While Trump was speaking, a steady stream of people got up and walked out (www.politicususa.com). Donald Trump isn’t capturing attention as he usually does but, America is coming to conclusion that he isn’t fit for the presidency. On the same note, according to (www.businessinsider.com) an overwhelming 55% of total respondents said that they could never support