By Martha Ross | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: May 14, 2018 at 10:04 am | UPDATED: May 14, 2018 at 11:11 am Over the past week, Vanessa Trump’s reported early romances with Leonardo DiCaprio. a former street gang member and a Saudi prince have been the subject of rabid tabloid headlines. The coverage may have been extensive enough that her estranged husband Donald Trump Jr. became jealous of the attention she was getting and launched a counter-gossip offensive of his own, Vanity Fair theorizes. According to this theory, someone from Trump Jr.’s camp, or even Trump Jr. himself, leaked the story that he has already “moved on” from his failed 12-year-old marriage to Vanessa and is dating Kimberly Guilfoyle, the glamorous Fox News host and long-time friend of the Trump family. “Crank up the Trump Tower Page Six siren: looks like we’ve got an old-fashioned gossip war on our hands,” Vanity Fair suggested in a column … [Read more...] about Did Donald Trump Jr. leak Kimberly Guilfoyle romance story for this petty reason?
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U.S. Hillary Clinton Donald Trump Putin Russia James Comey Hillary addressed the ongoing #MeToo women’s rights movement Tuesday night, saying that she believed it still would have happened if she were elected president in 2016. “I believe that it was a wave that was building and building,” she said. “I think that my losing probably accelerated that wave, but the wave was coming.” The 2016 presidential candidate addressed a group of a few hundred well-coiffed young women, many costumed in bright pantsuits, who waited for hours in the rain for a chance to gain entry into the coveted powder-pink female-only clubhouse known as The Wing, pay $12 for a small glass of champagne, and see Clinton speak. With locations in New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco, The Wing has become a go-to for politicians looking to mobilize a hip, connected, female base. New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand recently addressed members, and The Broad Room, an … [Read more...] about Hillary Clinton on Donald Trump: We Haven’t ‘Seen the Bottom Yet’
Analysis Donald Trump Kim Jong Un John Bolton In 2003, when George W. Bush was president, the White House undertook a new effort to get North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons program. It did so by working with four other countries—South Korea, China, Japan and Russia. These so-called six-party talks’ were a yearslong, often frustrating diplomatic effort, and in the middle of it, I sat down with a negotiator from one of the parties, a diplomat who had become one of my best sources in the region. Normally, he was calm. But when I mentioned John Bolton, the former Bush administration official who had helped scuttle a previous nuclear agreement between the U.S. and Pyongyang, the diplomat’s equanimity evaporated. “John Bolton,” he spat, “is the reason North Korea has multiple nuclear weapons today.” The diplomat was overstating his case. But the mere fact that he said it was revealing—especially now that President Donald Trump has … [Read more...] about Donald Trump, Kim Jong Un, John Bolton and the Road to War in North Korea
Driving the Day GOOD FRIDAY MORNING. The Nationals. Ugh. 25 days until Election Day. And, for Jake and Daniel, 28 days until the GW basketball season tips off. Story Continued Below BREAKING LATE -- from Isaac Dovere in Cincinnati: “President Barack Obama on Thursday night tore into Republican leaders for ‘riding this tiger’ of what he repeatedly called ‘crazy’ hoaxes and conspiracies that created the conditions for Donald Trump to become their presidential nominee — and blasted anyone now trying to distance themselves out of what he derided as political expediency.” http://politi.co/2exyWYR [email protected]: “Fascinating. Obama now making the case that Clinton has explicitly rejected: that Trump is a natural continuation of the GOP.” **SUBSCRIBE to Playbook: http://politi.co/1M75UbX STATE OF PLAY -- “Two speeches in two hours crystallize the state of Campaign 2016,” by WaPo’s Dan Balz: “Two speeches. Two … [Read more...] about SPLIT SCREEN: Michelle Obama and Donald Trump — Big donors urge RNC to cut Trump; Reince ‘deeply shaken’ — PLAYBOOK INTERVIEW: Jeffrey Goldberg — B’DAY: Bob Costa
Culture On Tuesday, rumors swirled that former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O’Day had an affair with Donald Trump Jr. after they met on Season 5 of Celebrity Apprentice in 2011. O’Day didn’t respond to the accusation, but she previously gave dating advice on Perez Hilton TV after appearing on VH1’s Famously Single in 2016.She said that while dating, a woman should trust her instincts since “great sex” and other things can cloud judgement. O’Day added when “red flags” come up, women should pay attention to them.classic bre.A post shared by Aubrey O'Day (@aubreyoday) on Dec 7, 2017 at 6:06pm PSTRecommended Slideshows26In Pictures: The World's Most Expensive Countries to Live In117The 2018 World Press Photo of the Year contest: And the nominees are...51In Pictures: The 50 Most Powerful Military Forces in the World “A lot of times we feel like you have to go through great turmoil to get to greatness and that’s not how it has … [Read more...] about What Aubrey O’Day Said About Dating Before Donald Trump Jr. Affair Rumors
Left: John S. McCain, USN, is shown in this undated photo lying injured in North Vietnam wearing an arm cast. He was held prisoner during the Vietnam War. (AP)Right: Donald Trump in 1976. (Tom Allen/The Washington Post) It was the spring of 1968, and Donald Trump had it good. He was 21 years old and handsome with a full head of hair. He avoided the Vietnam War draft on his way to earning an Ivy League degree. He was fond of fancy dinners, beautiful women and outrageous clubs. Most important, he had a job in his father’s real estate company and a brain bursting with money-making ideas that would make him a billionaire. “When I graduated from college, I had a net worth of perhaps $200,000,” he said in his 1987 autobiography “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” written with Tony Schwartz. (That’s about $1.4 million in 2015 dollars.) “I had my eye on Manhattan.” More than 8,000 miles away, John McCain sat in … [Read more...] about What Donald Trump was up to while John McCain was a prisoner of war
Waukesha, WISCONSINWill there be a contested Republican convention? That might all depend on how Waukesha County, Wisconsin votes Tuesday night. After the first full week of 2016 without a debate or primary contest, voters head to the polls here Tuesday. And Waukesha County, which is just outside Milwaukee in GOP voter-rich southeastern Wisconsin, will play a major role in who wins this primary, where 42 delegates are at stake. The third largest county in the state, Waukesha is considered the central stronghold for Republicans in Wisconsin. No candidate in the last twenty years has won the primary without carrying the county. "Where Waukesha goes, so does the rest of the Republican party -- most of the time," GOP State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald told a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in the lead up to the state's 2012 Republican primary. And unless GOP front-runner Donald Trump wins Wisconsin, a contested contention becomes more likely, making it harder for him to win the 1,237 … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo The Wisconsin county that could stop Donald Trump
PUEBLO, Colo. -- Hillary Clinton has said before that she and Donald Trump couldn’t be more different, but on Wednesday, the Democratic nominee strived to create one of the clearest contrasts yet with her opponent. As news outlets reported Trump would unleash a brutal “scorched-earth” strategy in the next four weeks, Clinton seemed to be trying to do the opposite. “I am tired of all the divisions and the barriers,” she said at a rally at the state fairgrounds in Pueblo. “I want to bring people together across our party lines, across any lines that divide us. And not just people that vote for me -- I want to be the president, yes, for Democrats, but also Republicans and Independents.” The Democratic nominee denounced Trump’s “unshackled” style on the stump. “His campaign said today that they’re going to use a, quote, “scorched-earth” strategy for the remaining four weeks,” she said. “That … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump’s scorched-earth strategy “desperate”
Politics A Major Shakeup In The Trump Administration: How Did It Come About? Listen · 4:47 4:47 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/593136450/593140056" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email In a tweet, the president announced that he is replacing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. He wants CIA Director Mike Pompeo in that job, with current No. 2 at the CIA, Gina Haspel, as CIA director. DAVID GREENE, HOST: A major shake-up this morning in the Trump administration, announced - you guessed it - on Twitter. The president announced in a tweet that he is replacing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. He wants CIA Director Mike Pompeo now in that job. And the current No. 2 at the CIA, Gina Haspel, will become that agency's new director, the first woman in that role. All this comes after … [Read more...] about A Major Shakeup In The Trump Administration: How Did It Come About?
Today on FACE THE NATION: As he hits the 100-day milestone, President Trump adds more to his to-do list, and takes a couple of victory laps. We spent the day with him. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The president of the United States of America, President Donald Trump! (CHEERING AND APPLAUSE) (END VIDEO CLIP) DICKERSON: It was back to the comfort of a campaign rally for the president, as he marked his 100th day in office. But, before that celebration, among the die-hard supporters in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, we sat down with the president at the White House for a wide-ranging interview, everything from the North Korea threat: (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: I would not be happy. If he does a nuclear test, I will not be happy. DICKERSON: Not happy mean military action? TRUMP: I don't know. I mean, we'll see. (END VIDEO CLIP) DICKERSON: To what he thinks of his new job. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) TRUMP: I love doing it. I'm, you know, … [Read more...] about Face the Nation transcript April 30, 2017: President Donald Trump