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24 сентября, 00:00

Joe Biden's Platform for 2020: Anti-Populism

Bill Scher, PoliticoBy criticizing the views of both Berniecrats and Trumpites, Biden is positioning himself as the antidote to populism in all its forms and flavors.

23 сентября, 17:42

Melania Trump addresses athletes at Invictus Games

First lady Melania Trump met Saturday with Britain's Prince Harry as she led a delegation to Toronto for the opening of an Olympic-style competition for wounded service members and veterans that he founded several years ago.Mrs. Trump was heard telling the prince that she had just arrived on a flight from Washington, her first solo trip outside of the United States as first lady. It was also her first time meeting the prince, the White House said.The first lady also planned to meet Saturday with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, address the nearly 100 U.S. athletes participating in the weeklong Invictus Games and attend the opening ceremony before returning to the White House.President Donald Trump was spending the weekend at his golf club in central New Jersey."Nice to meet you," Harry said as he was introduced to Mrs. Trump and they shook hands. They stood together and smiled for the British and American news media before sitting in adjoining club chairs placed in front of their countries' respective flags.Harry remarked on how busy the first lady has been."Yes, very busy," she said, before offering a compliment in return. "You're doing a fantastic job," she said.Mrs. Trump's decision to lead the U.S. delegation, whose members include Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin, professional golfer Nancy Lopez and entertainer Wayne Newton, reflects the first lady's "utmost respect" for the hard work, courage and sacrifice of the U.S. military, said Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for Mrs. Trump."She feels strongly that they - and their families - should be honored every day," Grisham said.Grisham said Mrs. Trump also has "great admiration for the role the games have played in empowering those who have been injured while serving."At a recent event marking the 70th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force, the first lady thanked the many military members who assisted thousands of people in Texas, Louisiana, Florida and the Caribbean whose lives were upended by recent hurricanes.A native of Slovenia who became a U.S. citizen in 2006, Mrs. Trump also thanked service members' families."You endure time apart, are expected to move when new orders come in, and face the uncertainty that can come in times of need," she said at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, before introducing her husband. "This kind of lifestyle requires its own kind of courage and your sacrifices do not go unnoticed or unappreciated."Mrs. Trump has been slowly warming up to her new role, waiting to move to the White House until her 11-year-old son finished the school year in New York and holding few public events of her own. She accompanied the president on his three overseas trips so far this year.Prince Harry, a military veteran who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan, established the Invictus Games in 2014 for sick and wounded service members and veterans from around the globe. More than 550 people from 17 countries are expected to participate in 12 sports during the coming week, ranging from cycling to wheelchair tennis to sitting volleyball.London was the setting for the inaugural event in 2015, followed by Orlando, Florida, last year.Mrs. Trump's participation continues White House involvement with the games, which Harry launched during President Barack Obama's tenure.Jill Biden, wife of then-Vice President Joe Biden, led the U.S. delegation to London as part of a military initiative undertaken with then-first lady Michelle Obama. Mrs. Obama helped open last year's competition in Orlando.

23 сентября, 14:25

Joe Biden’s Platform for 2020: Anti-Populism

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By criticizing the views of both Berniecrats and Trumpites, Biden is positioning himself as the antidote to populism in all its forms and flavors.

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22 сентября, 15:06

FLASHBACK: Joe Biden 2012: If Romney Wins, We’ll Go To War In Syria….

FLASHBACK: Joe Biden 2012: If Romney Wins, We’ll Go To War In Syria.

22 сентября, 09:12

Клинтон назвала причины своего проигрыша в президентской кампании в США

Как видим, её нет в этом списке, как говорится- "она не виновата, он сам пришел". Трамп тоже не считает её виноватой, об этом можно судить из его твиттера. Ранее он Трамп ретвитнул твитт у себя в аккаунте, который содержал фото, на котором изображено две книги, на обложке одной настоящее название книги Хиллари -"Что произошло". На другой книге на фото улыбающийся Трамп и подпись- "Я случился".

22 сентября, 02:47

They Lost Americans’ Data, but Not Their Jobs: Why Equifax Execs Could Walk

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Hackers stole Americans' data, and those in charge might walk. We investigated how federal law protects these top executives.

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21 сентября, 21:04

Concept of tax reform is popular, but details not as much...

Mike Murphy, Republican strategist, and Jared Bernstein, former chief economist to Vice President Joe Biden, discuss the current morass in Washington over tax reform.

21 сентября, 19:53

Ровно обратное впечатление: Азаров прокомментировал улучшения на Украине, которые увидел Трамп

Экс-премьер министр Украины Николай Азаров прокомментировал для Федерального агентства новостей реплику президента США Дональда Трампа о ежедневном улучшении уровня жизни на Украине.

21 сентября, 14:00

JASON RILEY: Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Politics of Contempt: The polemicist attributes Trump’s el…

JASON RILEY: Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Politics of Contempt: The polemicist attributes Trump’s election to ‘white supremacy,’ and liberals can’t get enough. The great jazz musician Miles Davis was known for his boorishness, especially toward his white fan base. Davis would play his trumpet with his back to the audience and curse at people between […]

21 сентября, 12:00

How Much Do Tax Cuts Really Matter?

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The economic records of former presidents hold a lesson for Donald Trump.

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21 сентября, 02:13

Joe Biden Jumps In To Help Democrats Win Alabama Senate Seat

He'll be campaigning for Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate in the special election.

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21 сентября, 00:00

Joe Biden vs. the Post-Labor Left

Noah Rothman, CommentaryGiven his reputation for favoring even wildly impractical progressive policy objectives, few might have guessed that the first prominent liberal to stand athwart the Democratic Party’s reckless lurch to the left would be Joe Biden. With liberals fawning over progressives firebrands and amid the growing unanimity around the notion that there is no social and economic challenge that cannot be solved by throwing money at it, the former vice president has emerged as a vocal opponent of at least one idea popular among liberal reformers and libertarian technocrats alike: a universal basic...

19 сентября, 05:42

Feinstein and Biden slam Trump's golf ball retweet

Two senior Democrats condemned President Donald Trump on Monday for retweeting a doctored meme of a golf ball hitting Hillary Clinton.“Every one of us should be offended by the vindictive and candidly dangerous messages the president sends that demean not only Secretary Clinton, but all women," Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said in a blistering statement.Feinstein, a four-term incumbent, concluded that it was time for the president to “grow up and do your job.” The senator has faced recent criticism from some of her constituents for being too soft on the president on issues like immigration. The tweet in question was one of a series of internet memes the president retweeted on his account early Sunday. The gif showed the president swing his club, sending a golf ball flying into the former secretary of state and causing her to fall.Hours after Feinstein issued her statement, former Vice President Joe Biden chided Trump on Twitter, writing that it was long past time for the president to stop using social media in such a manner.“Enough,” he tweeted. “This has to stop. Our children are watching.”Though not commenting directly on the president’s retweet or the meme, Clinton on Monday mused about whether she should have been more vocal in calling out Trump’s misogyny on the campaign trail. But, she added, America would not have been open to such an approach.“I think it would have delighted my supporters,” Clinton told interviewer Terry Gross on the public-radio show “Fresh Air.” “It would've enraged his supporters. And it would have been troubling to a lot of people still trying to make up their mind one way or the other, because anger from a woman, at least up until now, is seen as off-putting and somewhat frightening to people.”

18 сентября, 19:02

BLOOMBERG: Obama Goes From White House to Wall Street in Less Than One Year. “Obama is coming to W…

BLOOMBERG: Obama Goes From White House to Wall Street in Less Than One Year. “Obama is coming to Wall Street less than a year after leaving the White House, following a path that’s well trod and well paid. While he can’t run for president, he continues to be an influential voice in a party torn […]

16 сентября, 23:45

"She" Happened...

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Authored by Jeffrey St.Clair via Counterpunch.org, So someone has ghost-written another Hillary Clinton memoir. My biggest question when I picked it up was: Did Hillary stiff the writer out of the final payment as she did Barbara Feinman, the real author of It Takes a Village? You don’t have to read any further than the cover of the book to answer the question posed by its title: What Happened: Hillary Clinton. Glutton for punishment, I took a masochistic dive into its dark pages anyway. It soon became apparent that Hillary shouldn’t have treated Feinman so churlishly. What Happened would have greatly benefited from her stylistic enhancements. The prose in this book is as brittle as the mind behind it. Notice the lack of a question mark in the title. This is a telling punctuational elision. It signals that this text will not be an investigation into the dynamics behind the most perplexing election in American history.   Don’t skim these pages in search of a self-lacerating confession or an apologia. What Happened reads more like a drive-by shooting rampage. The book is a score-settling scattershot rant, enfilading anyone who stood in Clinton’s way, from Bernie Sanders to James Comey. Amid Hillary’s hitlist of villains, even toothless Joe Biden gets gut-shot. There are, naturally, two ways of interpreting the results of the 2016 elections pitting the two most unappetizing candidates in American history against each: either Trump found some way to defeat Hillary or, more probably, Hillary managed to lose to Trump. But Hillary’s psyche can’t swallow either scenario. So, she endeavors to create a mystery where there is none. The outcome was so inexplicable, she reasons, that there must be some hidden mechanism at work: Russian hacking, press bias, left betrayal, FBI sabotage. Clinton summons a lineup of the possible suspects: Bernie Sanders, Vladimir Putin, Julian Assange, Jill Stein, the New York Times, CNN, and Jim Comey. Alas, Hillary and her ghost-writer are not John LeCarré. She can’t spin a coherent and plausible cyber-spy yarn, in part because Clinton keeps getting sidetracked by a compulsion to wash her own hands of any culpability in blowing the election. The closest Hillary comes to any admission of personal liability is when she discloses that she may have blundered when she smeared Trump’s supporters as “deplorables.” Then she suddenly pulls back, recalibrates and defends her denunciation of white working class voters as an act of courage, speaking truth to the powerless, even though it may have harmed her. “I regret handing Trump a political gift with my ‘deplorables’ comment,” she writes. “[But] too many of Trump’s core supporters do hold views that I find — there’s no other word for it — deplorable.” What started as a confession ended in a boast. Of course, Hillary Clinton has never been able to conceal her contempt for her enemies, real and imagined. It’s one reason she’s never been a successful politician. Where others are supple, she is taut. Unlike Bill, Hillary is a prolific, but graceless and transparent liar. She is also probably the nastiest political figure in America since Nixon. Yet she lacked Nixon’s Machiavellian genius for political manipulation. Hillary wears her menace on her face. She could never hide her aspiration for power; her desire to become a war criminal in the ranks of her mentor Henry Kissinger (symbolized by the laurels of a Nobel Peace Prize, naturally). Americans don’t mind politicians with a lust to spill blood, but they prefer them not to advertise it. Thus, Clinton was miscast from the beginning as a political candidate for elected office. Her skills and temperament were more suited to the role of political enforcer in the mode of Thomas Cromwell or John Erhlichman. But her ambition wouldn’t let her settle for the role of a backstage player. “One thing I’ve learned over the years is how easy it is for some people to say horrible things about me when I’m not around,” she fumes with Nixonian fury, “but how hard it is for them to look me in the eye and say it to my face.” Hillary has tried to reinvent herself many times and does so yet again in this meretricious coda to her failed campaign. She made herself more domesticated for the southern electorate in Arkansas. She shifted the blame to her advisors after the disaster of her health care bill. She washed off the blood-spatter from the Ken Starr investigations by portraying herself as the target of a witch hunt. She exploited an addled Daniel Patrick Moynihan to justify running as an interloper for Senator in New York. She rationalized her votes for the Iraq War by saying she was duped by Colin Powell and Dick Cheney. She manufactured a timely tear for the cameras after her loss to Obama. She assumed the mantle of unrepentant war-monger during her belligerent tenure as Secretary of State and transubstantiated into a white dove during her debates with Bernie Sanders. She has weeded and blurred inconvenient episodes from her resumé. She has gone on talking tours. She has appeared in town halls. She has reintroduced herself, again and again. She’s changed her name, hairstyles and fashion designers. She exchanged dresses for pantsuits. She shifted from drinking pinot noir to craft beers. She’s backed wars both before she opposed them and after she condemned them. But she remains the same Hillary Rodham Clinton Americans have known since 1992. Everybody sees this except her. Americans know Hillary better than she does herself.  All of her manufactured mirages are translucent to the very the people she wants to deceive.  When Hillary looks in the mirror, she must see what might have been (should have been in her mind) and not what is. And that schism enrages her. “Why am I seen as such a divisive figure and, say, Joe Biden and John Kerry aren’t?” she mopes. “They’ve cast votes of all kinds, including some they regret, just like me? What makes me such a lightning rod for fury? I’m really asking. I’m at a loss.” This self-pitying book should prove a challenge for library cataloguers. Shall they shelve it as non-fiction or fiction? What do we make of a woman who lies so casually about matters great and petty, including the origins of her own name? For years, Hillary has insisted that her mother named her after Edmund Hillary. HRC was born in 1947. The New Zealand mountaineer and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit of Everest six years later in 1953. Hillary rarely offers anything remotely revealing about herself, other than plastic platitudes and self-flattering fables. But what seeps through this memoir page after page is an animus that seethes beneath her very thin-skin against anyone she believes has slighted her. Brooding on her fate, she writes mordantly: “It wasn’t healthy or productive to dwell on the ways I felt I’d been shivved.” Yet that’s precisely what she does, incessantly. [Note the deployment of the prison slang “shivved,” with its faint whiff of black criminality. The cunning use of racist tropes is a familiar trick in the Clinton playbook. It implies that she has been stabbed in the back by a friend or someone she thought she owned.] Hillary’s politics never really matured much beyond the inbred conservativism that drew her to Barry Goldwater in the mid-60s. She’s a moral prude, a hawk, and an unrepentant capitalist, who is deeply suspicious of black people. Eventually, the Democratic Party devolved toward her austere political views, abetted by her husband, Al Gore and the other neoliberal “New Democrats.” What she had, the ace of up her sleeve, was her feminism. But it was a unique brand of feminism. Call it power feminism, which asserted individual ambition rather than a militant political agenda. She also weaponized the feminism of victimhood. At one point in What Happened, she compares herself to Cersei Lannister in “Game of Thrones.” Not Cersei the torturer, assassin and war-monger, mind you, where the parallels might have been germane. But Cersei the victim of male power, who was forced to walk naked through the streets of Kings Landing while being jeered and pelted with garbage and feces by the townsfolk in a ritual of public shaming. Hillary charges that her chance to rule was undone by a nation of misogynists, who thrilled at her torments. “I wish so badly we were a country where a candidate who said, ‘My story is the story of a life shaped by and devoted to the movement for women’s liberation’ would be cheered, not jeered. But that’s not who we are.” As for the 53 percent of white women who voted against her, they too are portrayed as victims. We are led to believe that these women weren’t acting on their own agency in the voting booth. Rather they were captives, little more than automatons controlled by their husbands, fathers, bosses and preachers. Throughout her career, HRC regularly scolded poor black and Hispanic families about taking “personal responsibility” for their dire circumstances. Indeed, Clinton cast welfare reform as the penance the poor must pay for not getting their shit together. But personal responsibility is a quality that Hillary never adopts for her own failures and screw-ups, including grave ones such as the invasion of Libya or sliming black teens as “super predators” in her lobbying blitz to enact her husband’s vicious Crime Bill. She can’t forgive Bernie Sanders for having the temerity to challenge her pre-ordained coronation and shining a spotlight on the more ignoble chapters of her political career. “Bernie routinely portrayed me as a corrupt corporatist who couldn’t be trusted…Bernie was outraged about everything. He thundered on at every event about the sins of the ‘millionaires and billionaires,’” she raves.   “I was more focused on offering practical solutions that would address real problems and make life better for people.”   She then cynically blames Sanders for her losses in Ohio and Pennsylvania with apparently no assist from Putin: “What did matter, and had a lasting impact, was that Bernie’s presence in the race meant that I had less space and credibility to run the kind of progressive campaign that had helped me win Ohio and Pennsylvania in 2008.”   Tell Putin the news, Bernie. Hillary Clinton has been obsessed with power her entire adult life. Now it has finally slipped from her hands, and, like some deposed monarch or disgraced CEO, she can only see a conspiracy behind her downfall. Of course, the Clintons have always been professional paranoids. Every roadbump in their political careers has been covertly placed in their path by some shadowy, malign force. In What Happened the “vast right-wing conspiracy” Hillary inveighed against in the 1990s has morphed into a vast “left-right conspiracy of men,” who, in her portentous words, “want to blow up the system and undermine it and all the rest of the stuff they talk about.” The system, of course, is a stand-in for herself. Her defeat at the hands of a ruthless and scheming patriarchy, we are encouraged to believe, is a trembling testament to American political decline. This egotistical gibberish comes from the woman who seemed eager to bring the world to the brink of nuclear holocaust over Syria and Ukraine. What Happened is a sordid book, petulant and spiteful. It made me feel queasy and dirty while reading it, like the whole 25-year-long experience of Clintonism itself. By the end, I got the sense that its sleazy torrent of invective and blame-mongering was more an attempt to console the frail psyche of the author rather than to repair her shattered image to any readership the book might find. In the years to come, What Happened will prove much more valuable as documentary evidence for psycho-historians than political scientists.

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16 сентября, 01:08

Joe Biden and the battle over what America's 'values' are

Joe Biden is challenging Americans to have a broader view of “values” when they head to the polls.

15 сентября, 17:00

YES, THE NAZIS WERE VERY BIG ON PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED: Joe Biden compares supporters…

YES, THE NAZIS WERE VERY BIG ON PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED: Joe Biden compares supporters of due process to ‘Nazis’ who marched in Charlottesville.

15 сентября, 08:15

Запад уже не поможет Порошенко удержаться у власти

Расстановка политических сил в "незалежной" вскоре сильно изменится

15 сентября, 03:31

Can America Live With a Nuclear North Korea?

The lessons—and limits—of deterrence

14 сентября, 15:23

Возвращение американских ценностей

"Более чем за 45 лет работы в сфере международных отношений я наблюдал простую истину: способность Америки вести за собой мир зависит не только от примера нашего влияния, но и от влияния нашего примера", - пишет бывший вице-президент США Джо Байден.

24 января 2016, 00:00

Давос-2016: что в сухом остатке?

Одним из главных событий конца января стала 46-я сессия Всемирного экономического форума (ВЭФ), проходившая с 20 по 22 января в швейцарском Давосе. Основатель и бессменный руководитель Давосского форума швейцарский профессор Клаус Шваб только что издал свою книгу о «четвёртой промышленной революции» (The Fourth Industrial Revolution, by Klaus Schwab. World Economic Forum, 2016), название которой и послужило обозначением главной темы форума 2016 года: «Возглавляя...

28 декабря 2015, 18:12

ДВА-ТАЛИБАНА-ДВА

Константин Черемных Третья мировая война не будет нефтяной НЕ СТУЧИТЕ, И НЕ СТУЧИМЫ БУДЕТЕ В 2015 году Foreign Policy включил в свою традиционную «десятку мыслителей современности» не Алексея Навального, а Владимира Путина. Тем не менее, освещение президентского послания Федеральному собранию в западной прессе навязчиво жонглировало двумя именами: Путин–Навальный, Путин–Навальный. По той причине, что бывший «мыслительный столп» подгадал ко дню послания детальнейший, в украинском стиле, компромат на руководство российской Генпрокуратуры.

17 декабря 2015, 08:30

Война всех со всеми: что стоит за скандалом между Саакашвили и Аваковым

И почему стоит вспомнить времена акции «Украина без Кучмы»

10 декабря 2015, 12:53

Александр Поляруш. Фирташ придёт – "порядок" наведёт. 09.12.2015 [Рассвет.ТВ]

http://yasobe.ru/na/rassvettv https://vk.com/rassvet_tv https://www.facebook.com/rassvet.tv/ Цели киевской командировки Байдена; снимут ли Яценюка; кто стал условным победителем в битве олигархов; кто может стать новым президентом; когда «слетит» парламент и правительство; зачем Фирташ рвётся на Украину; почему Аваков этому не рад; кто будет свергать Порошенко; что значат Минские соглашения для Киева; будущее Донецкой и Луганской Народных Республик; выиграла или проиграла Россия в «украинской партии» и др. Вопросы: 00:06 – Цели киевской командировки Байдена и Нуланд. Снимут ли Яценюка? 09:47 – Тотально ли влияние Госдепа? 12:53 – Ещё раз об украинской «элите». Кто стал условным победителем в битве олигархов? 21:26 – Порошенко исчерпал внешний и внутренний кредит «доверия» 27:22 – Кто может стать новым Президентом Украины, и «чьим» он тогда будет? 31:00 – Когда «слетит» Парламент и Правительство Украины? 33:42 – Зачем Фирташ рвётся на Украину? Почему Аваков этому не рад? 37:25 – Кто будет свергать Порошенко? 39:50 – Что значат Минские соглашения для Киева, и выполнит ли он их? 42:32 – Будущее Донецкой и Луганской Народных Республик 45:32 – Выиграла или проиграла Россия в «украинской партии»? Подписаться на канал: http://www.youtube.com/user/RassvetTB?sub_confirmation=1 Смотреть больше видео: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGynYTqvVwmvPVmL-rmym3HTjaog1kR9U ПОДДЕРЖАТЬ КАНАЛ Яндекс Деньги: 4100 1163 1028 603 MasterCard: 5189 0100 0676 6209 Webmoney: U281235863552 R131190032858 Z200427322765 E420031991346

29 ноября 2015, 22:53

Нефтяной магнат Эрдоган считает безумием войну с ИГ

Эрдоган "подсел" на дешевую нефть от варварского халифата, который в мире называют ДАИШ. Когда Россия стала эти нескончаемые обозы жечь, то у Эрдогана случился облом. Тут он сам решился стрелять по русским бомбардировщикам и попал. Будьте в курсе самых актуальных новостей! Подписка на офиц. канал «Вести»: http://bit.ly/subscribeVesti Вести в 11:00 - https://bit.ly/Vesti11-00-2015 Вести. Дежурная часть - https://bit.ly/DezhChast2015 Большие вести в 20:00 - http://bit.ly/Vesti20-00-2015 Вести в 23:00 - https://bit.ly/Vesti23-00-2015 Вести-Москва с Зеленским - https://bit.ly/VestiMoskva2015 Вести в субботу с Брилёвым - http://bit.ly/VestiSubbota2015 Вести недели с Киселёвым - http://bit.ly/VestiNedeli2015 Специальный корреспондент - http://bit.ly/SpecKor Воскресный вечер с Соловьёвым - http://bit.ly/VoskresnyVecher Поединок - https://bit.ly/Poedinok2015 Война с Поддубным - http://bit.ly/TheWar2015 Интервью - http://bit.ly/InterviewPL Реплика - http://bit.ly/Replika2015 Россия и мир в цифрах - http://bit.ly/Grafiki Вести.net - http://bit.ly/Vesti-net Вести.Экономика - https://bit.ly/VestiEconomics Викторина с Киселевым - https://bit.ly/Znanie-Sila

17 октября 2015, 01:50

Scofield: Встреча заинтересованных сторон перед выступлением Х.Клинтон в Конгрессе 22.10.2015

Хиллари Клинтон выиграла первый раунд предвыборных дебатов среди претендентов на президентское кресло в США от Демократической партии.

22 сентября 2015, 10:42

Scofield: Обама начинает и пока выигрывает

Командующий Центральным командованием (CENTCOM) Ллойд Джеймс Остин III, обстоятельства назначения которого на эту должность в 2013 г. рассматривались в материале от 14.04.2015 г., был вынужден публично признать в Сенате США провал программы подготовки бойцов умеренной сирийской оппозиции.

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19 января 2015, 12:49

Кто обстрелял дом вице-президента США?

Стрельба у дома Джозефа Байдена: неизвестные на автомобиле приблизились к дому вице-президента США в городе Гринвилл штата Делавэр на большой скорости и открыли огонь, после чего скрылись. Догнать их не удалось. Байдена и его супруги в момент нападения дома не было. Полиция и Секретная служба ищут стрелявших, чтобы выяснить мотивы и цель их действий.… ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2015/01/19/shots-fired-near-us-vice-president-s-home euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 14 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews