Thursday’s news: Calls for action over details of journalist Khashoggi’s disappearance increase around the globe. Plus, as Congress strategizes for midterm elections, President Trump stumps for Republican candidates, prepares to pick a new White House Counsel, and awaits the initial findings of Special Counsel Mueller’s Russia Probe. Also, President Trump threatens to use the military to stop the influx of immigrants.
As gruesome details of Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged killing and dismemberment at the hands of Saudi operatives trickled into the public domain this week, calls sounded in capitals around the globe for immediate retaliation to the apparent human rights a
President Donald Trump told the Associated Press on Tuesday that he won’t be to blame if the GOP loses big on Nov. 6, but a private Republican Party survey leaked to Bloomberg Businessweek concludes that he will.
President Trump referred to the pornographic film actress Stephanie Clifford as “Horseface” in a tweet on Tuesday, adding her to a long list of women he has attacked by demeaning their looks, mocking their bodily functions or comparing them to animal