Do you have a news link? I don't think I've seen anything indicating Trump's impeachment could be quite that imminent.Edit: oh wait, you said the campaign. Still, a link would be nice.
A lifetime supporter of Sinn Fein could be in line for a key position in Donald Trump's administration, according to Washington insiders.Unlike many other mainstream Republican politicians, US Congressman Peter King backed the billionaire businessman during the White House race.His loyalty to Mr Trump has led to speculation that he could be appointed homeland security advisor - the chief counter-terrorism aide to the President.The New York Congressman, who has voiced support for the Provisional IRA and is seen as a very close friend of Gerry Adams, is considered one of the most respected experts on terrorism and security on Capitol Hill.Yesterday's New York Times reported that Mr King was also in the running to be US ambassador to the UN..........
Speaking of Trump - that cat doesn't seem to like him
So far the death toll is 27.
"As the suspect left the church," Martin said, "a bystander retrieved a rifle and began firing at the shooter, who dropped his Ruger and drove away.""Our local citizen pursued the suspect at that time," Martin said.As law enforcement responded, the suspect drove off a roadway at the Wilson County/Guadalupe County line, Martin said. He was found "deceased in his vehicle," he said, but officials were not immediately certain if the fatal wound came from a self-inflicted gunshot or from the person pursuing him.(from Sang's USA Today link...)
Federal law requires federally licensed firearms dealers (but not private sellers) to initiate a background check on the purchaser prior to sale of a firearm.
The man identified by law enforcement sources as the gunman in Texas, Devin Patrick Kelley, bought the rifle from a sporting goods store in San Antonio in April 2016, a law enforcement official told CNN.When Kelley filled out the background check paperwork at the store, he checked the box to indicate he didn't have any disqualifying criminal history, the official said.Governor Greg Abbott said the gunman tried to get a license to carry in Texas but was denied.
failed to adapt to progress like other progressive countries
why didn't his domestic violence charge come up in the background check?
FBI Director James Comey said the man accused of killing nine people in a Charleston, S.C., church should never have been allowed to purchase a weapon.Comey said flaws in paperwork and communication between a federal background check worker and state law enforcement allowed Dylann Roof to buy a handgun in South Carolina on April 16 -- weeks before he allegedly attacked black churchgoers in a failed attempt to fuel a race war."We are all sick that this has happened," Comey told reporters Friday. "We wish we could turn back the clock. ... What we can do is make sure we learn from it, get better."(source)
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