They must now figure out how to present the plan, which does not include two states, so that it is not immediately rejected by the Palestinians.
Cohen’s response to request for comment was, “Fake News.”
John Kelly is reportedly fed up with the couple’s “freelancing” and is trying to push them out of the White House.
Gary Cohn was rumored to be resigning for some time, but stayed to stop Trump from imposing high tariffs.
“Esther is this great example of [evangelicals] overlooking the obvious moral failings to the point where they don’t even register.”
He’s shifting to partisan organizing to respond to the urgent political climate.
He’s a man of his word. But the words aren’t always the ones that he means.
Nunberg had been hired and fired by Trump three times, and then sued for $10 million dollars in proceedings that were settled “amicably.”
Veterans Affairs secretary David Shulkin is accused of using taxpayer money to pay for his wife’s flight to Europe, where they watched Wimbledon.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, asks if Donald Trump is taking the path of least resistance in Syria as a favor to Putin.