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Craig Deare, a Donald Trump white house senior official appointee have been fired just a month after he was appointed to head the National Security Council’s Western Hemisphere division. Craig was fired because of his criticism of the Trump's administration about the rocky start with Mexico.

Craig was escorted out of the Executive building where he worked in Washington.


According to a White House official, Mr Craig is no longer with the NSC, and will return to his previously held position at the National Defence University. 

The White House official pleaded anonymity, as the matter is not to be public, but according to current and former administration officials, his termination was linked to a speech on Wednesday the the Wilson centre, a Washington think tank.

Craig in the supposedly private speech criticised the Trump administration about his policies on Mexico, and their Latin America counterpart. Craig was frustrated as the current administration handles policies, and said that he was never consulted before the executive orders were signed. 

Craig said that Donald Trump inner circle consisting of Steve Bannon, and his son-in-law did not consult with the NSC directorates to formulates its policies.

Craig Deare is not the only one outside of the loop, staffers at the state department have also expressed their frustration about how Trump inner circles take on diplomacy, with the current state visit of the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.

Nobody from the state department was involved in the talks, except Jared Kushner, who had little or no diplomatic experience, and also had more responsibilities than the secretary of state, Rex Tillerson.

Craig allegedly also praised the daughter of the President, Ivanka Trump's look.

Craig Deare is the second senior official of the NSC to leave office under a week. Trump National security adviser also left his position after he was exposed to be discussing sanction with Russia, and lied about it to the Vice-president, Mike Pence.



The French far-right presidential hopeful, Marie Le Pen has quietly pledged to end same-sex marriage when elected. The policy by the presidential hopeful was quietly buried in a 144-page policy document released last week.


In number 87 of the document, Le Pen document says that she will create an "improved"form of civil union in the country to "replace" the equal marriage law that is put in place by the current socialist government since 2013.

The policy specifies that the new changes "would not be retroactive", but the replacement plan would not allow new same-sex couples, which means couple would only be allowed to enter into civil partnerships. This would allow gays to enter a contractual form of civil union (PACS) from 1999 until 2013.


The new Marie Le Pen policy would not only affect marriage equality, the plan also outlines the restriction on fertility services, which would end assistance for gay couples wanting to have children.

Marie Le Pen is confident she would win the election after the recent shift in voters' decisions in electing leader like Donald Trump, and also the UK Brexit vote. 

Le Pen also won the first-round poll, but she will face competition centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron or Republicans right-winger Francois Fillon in the May run-off election.


Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to attack the media, intelligence community and Hillary Clinton after multiple questions that is being asked about his associate and Russia. Trump went on Twitter to rant about the recent reports, and said the media are only trying to spin the "conspiracy theories", and are supported by the intelligence communities.

According to New York Times, members of the President Trump inner circle had contacts with Russia Intelligence officials during his campaign, this is also proven by looking at Trump's phone records, and an intercepted call.


The call by members of Trump organization was intercepted during the time that the Democratic National Committee emails were hacked and released to Wikileaks.

This was 24 hours after Trump's National security adviser, Michael Flynn resigned from his position, after the intelligence community found out he spoke to the ambassador of Russia during the Obama sanction, which is illegal in the US.

Also, Trump was aware of Flynn communication with Russia, since January 26th.

Democrats are now pushing Republicans lawmakers for an aggressive investigation of Trump and Russia association.

Trump went on Twitter attacking the media for the coverage of the news, while promoting Fox News, a conservative News station;


And he later went ahead and attack NYT, as Trump believes the Intelligence committee is feeding what he called"Failing @nytimes" information.




According to a new poll by Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll, 42% approve of Donald Trump job since his inauguration, while 49% Iowans disapprove of the newly elected president.

Since the Des Moines Register started his presidential poll approval in 1964, no president has been disapproved than approved in Iowa until Trump came along. 


In 2009, the Democrat Barack Obama poll shows his approval rating at 68%, for Republican George Bush, it was 54% in 2001, while Democrat Bill Clinton in 1993 was 73%, and Ronald Reagan in 1981 scored 54%.

The new Trump approval rating matches Obama outgoing rating in October, however 52% Iowans in October approved his performance, while 49% did not.

Donald Trump won Iowa by 9%,the widest margin among states known as the swing states. 82% of Republicans approved of his actions in the first week, while 86% of democrats did not approve.

Independents are also not supporting Trump, with 50% dissaproving his work as president, while 36% approved him.

While signing his executive orders, Trump make it known to the people that he is only fulfilling his promises on the campaign trail.



The National Security adviser, Micheal Flynn has resigned from the Trump's administration. The resignation comes after reports that Flynn has been talking to the Russian ambassador after they were sanctioned, and assuring them that the sanction would be lifted during the Trump's administration.


The revelation was made known by former acting attorney general Sally Yates, who had reported to the White House that Flynn was misleading about the interactions with the ambassador. 

Flynn then told the Vice-president, he had not discussed the sanction by Obama administration with the Russians, making Mike Pence go on air to defends Flynn, and also Kellyanne Conway defending him that the president had total respect for Flynn.

The resignation letter of Flynn did not say he lied to Mike Pence, instead he said he had briefed the VP of "incomplete information"

Flynn Resignation Letter

February 13, 2017

In the course of my duties as the incoming National Security Advisor, I held numerous phone calls with foreign counterparts, ministers, and ambassadors. These calls were to facilitate a smooth transition and begin to build the necessary relationships between the President, his advisors and foreign leaders. Such calls are standard practice in any transition of this magnitude.

Unfortunately, because of the fast pace of events, I inadvertently briefed the Vice President Elect and others with incomplete information regarding my phone calls with the Russian Ambassador. I have sincerely apologized to the President and the Vice President, and they have accepted my apology.

Throughout my over thirty three years of honorable military service, and my tenure as the National Security Advisor, I have always performed my duties with the utmost of integrity and honesty to those I have served, to include the President of the United States.

I am tendering my resignation, honored to have served our nation and the American people in such a distinguished way.

I am also extremely honored to have served President Trump, who in just three weeks, has reoriented American foreign policy in fundamental ways to restore America’s leadership position in the world.

As I step away once again from serving my nation in this current capacity, I wish to thank President Trump for his personal loyalty, the friendship of those who I worked with throughout the hard fought campaign, the challenging period of transition, and during the early days of his presidency.

I know with the strong leadership of President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence and the superb team they are assembling, this team will go down in history as one of the greatest presidencies in U.S. history, and I firmly believe the American people will be well served as they all work together to help Make America Great Again.

Michael T. Flynn, LTG (Ret)

Assistant to the President / National Security Advisor

Donald Trump has named retired Lt. General Joseph Kellogg as the acting national security adviser.


A U.S Court has put President Trump travel ban on hold. The ban was put in place to ban travellers of predominantly seven countries that are coming to the United States with Visa, and also people with Green cards.

The San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals declined to remove the ban that was initially placed by a lower court, and now visitors that were initially suspended from those countries, can now travel to the United States.


          Donald Trump reacting to the court ruling on his Travel Bannon

Justice Department lawyers argued that the President within his constituted authority can ban entry to the United States, and the courts cannot second-guess his determination, as the step the president had taken was a prevention of terrorism from entering the United States.

The court also believes that Trump ban was based on religion, citing his campaign promise to ban all Muslims. The court said that the ban had hurt businesses, institutions and universities.

The arguments from both sides was done on Telephone, and broadcasted on cable networks, social media, and newspaper websites.

The decision by the court  have led to tearful reunion at the airport after the individuals from the seven countries, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen are now given the freeway again to enter the United States.

The president, clearly not happy with the hearing from court took to Twitter and wrote, See you in court, the security of our nation is at stake!


President Donald Trump is fighting back to reinstate the travel ban that was recently signed by his administration. The Trump administration appeal to reinstate the travel ban was rejected by the US Federal appeal court.


The executive order amidst other executive orders that Trump administration had signed has been called the most controversial, after it causes chaos at different US airports, and also a protest in the UK.


A Judge in Seattle has overturned the travel ban imposed by President Donald Trump. The ban affected citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States, after the president cited issues of National Security.


The State department has now said it will allow people with valid visas to enter the country, the department in a statement said;

We have reversed the provisional revocation of visas. Those individuals with visas that were not physically canceled may now travel if the visa is otherwise valid.

The president furious with the judge, went on Twitter and denounce the judge that overturned his executive order, he tweeted;


People affected due to the travel ban have rushed to get themselves ticket to return to the United States, and airlines have also been instructed to lift people from the previously banned countries.


A scheduled talk by right-wing commentator Milo Yiannopoulos, Breitbart Editor has been cancelled after a violence protest on Wednesday at UC Berkeley. The organizers of the event removed Milo from the venue of the event after a some unknown 150 masked agitators came around and disrupt the already peaceful protest.

The University blamed the black-clad protesters for the disruption, as they threw, rocks, commercial-grade fireworks and Molotov cocktails at the police. The protesters also broke the glass of the Student Union building, UC Berkeley, where the event was supposed to hold.


                                   Milo Yiannopoulos

More than 1,500 had gathered at the venue with their different signs and chanting, "No safe space for racists" and "This is war.", but when violent protesters arrived at the scene, they tore down the barrier, damaged the construction of a new dorm and set fire new the campus bookstore. 

A woman wearing the Donald Trump hat was pepper-sprayed in the face while she was being interviewed, but she let everybody know she was Ok. At least six people were injured in the protest.

Police later issued warning to protesters and ask them to disperse from the scene. Police later issue lockdown of the campus building.

In a statement released by UC Berkeley;

We condemn in the strongest possible terms the violence and unlawful behavior that was on display and deeply regret that those tactics will now overshadow the efforts to engage in legitimate and lawful protest against the performer's presence and perspectives.

While Yiannopoulos' views, tactics and rhetoric are profoundly contrary to our own, we are bound by the Constitution, the law, our values and the campus's Principles of Community to enable free expression across the full spectrum of opinion and perspective.

After the groups were dispersed away from the building campus, some of the protesters went downtown and smashed windows at several local banks.

The editor of Breitbart, which because of him the protest erupted in the first place went to Facebook and he says;


President Donald Trump also weigh in on the issue on Twitter, he tweeted;


See a video by CNN on the protest;



An Iraqi man, Mike Hager that had come forward yesterday and said that the new immigration ban by President Donald Trump had cost the life of his mother was said to have lied. 

The lies of the news was exposed by the leader of a mosque in Dearborn,Imam Husham Al-Hussainy, leader of the Karbalaa Islamic Educational Centre, after the news went viral yesterday. 


                   Imam Husham Al-Hussainy, leader of the Karbalaa Islamic Educational Centre

In the news that we published yesterday, Mike had said he had gone to Iraq with his mother with some of the their relatives, but while coming, his sick mother, niece and two nephews was blocked from flying to the United States, and he was only allowed because he was a citizen, while his mother and family members only had a green card.


After the news was posted, according to FOX 2Imam Al-Hussainy called the station and told them that the mother of Mike had died five days earlier before the executive order was signed. The Imam said;

That's true. The 22nd of January, his mom died, She did die but that was a couple weeks ago - before the ban.

Mike had contacted the Imam on January 19th, and told him he was going to meet his very sick mother, that had kidney diseases. She died there and on January 22nd, another mosque in the Detroit area had a prayer session for her.


A facebook post of Mike Hager also showed that he had posted about his mom death on Facebook, but his appearance on TV deleted the Facebook post, and won't pick up his home or work phone.

The Imam also said he had voted for Donald Trump, and approved of the travel plan, and said if that is what would make the country safer, the people should allowed him do it. 

The Imam called for peace and patience.

Read: Woman Waiting To Come Home From Iraq Dead Amidst Trump Travel Ban