he isn't allowed to deny
So, he is denied to deny.Permission denied to deny(That was funny...)
Since my English is far from being perfect, it might sound a little bit confusing.
It doesn't take more security guys to protect him than it took to protect Obama, does it?
Quote from: ersi on 2017-02-23, 18:05:01It doesn't take more security guys to protect him than it took to protect Obama, does it?It does and you don't even have to read the 'respectable' WaPo to realise it. 1. Assuming Trump is spending the night in his Trump Tower.What does your logic tell you - which building is easier to safeguard? A skyscraper located in a public area or the White House?Besides, the White House has to be safeguarded all the time regardless of the president's whereabout.2. AFAIK Trump's wife and children are not living in the White House.So there are extra objectives which have to be safeguarded, which means additional costs.Two examples which might help you to make the difference.
Frenzie, the "Great Leader" is teaching the masses the beauties of Holland language. Dutch language is good because you can't be accused of knowing German and you can't be accused of knowing English, that's their dream, being both while being nothing.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hailed Trump's announcement as a "historic landmark," but other close Western allies of Washington such as Britain and France were critical.Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the United States abdicated its role as a mediator in peace efforts, and Palestinian secular and Islamist factions called for a general strike and rallies on Thursday to protest.The international community does not recognize Israeli sovereignty over the entire city, believing its status should be resolved in negotiations. No other country has its embassy in Jerusalem. [...]Trump's decision risks further inflaming a region already grappling with conflict in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.
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