He confirmed an investigation into the question of whether there was cooperation as he put it between Trump associates and the Russians.” “He said the fact that the UK corroborated in some kind of a wiretap was wrong,” he continued.
President Trump accused CNN of peddling fake news, and perhaps CNN is now doing the same.“CNN’s decision to not air the press conference live illustrates a recognition that the role of the press must be different under Trump." She asked, "Did that give you any hesitation; or did you say, no, I want to jump in with both feet? You brought in — so much powerfully — of her own story into this. " Blanchett and Redford did their best to try to explain away the scandal: — they always work...under the tick-tock of the clock, and..a way that, maybe, they were guilty of being pressured by time. But it's — it's, how do you then shoehorn all of that life force into a very short, intense space of time?" Unsurprisingly, Blanchett and Redford gave their pro-Rather/Mapes spin in their answers: ROBERT REDFORD, ACTOR, "TRUTH": REDFORD: No hesitation — it was a great story. I just remembered something that happened — open and shut. And I think that was the — I found that the challenge.Nancy Etcoff, a Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital psychologist who studies the science behind the brain and beauty, believes that the shift in our perception of beauty is a sign of the times.
Etcoff, who also authored "Survival of the Prettiest," adds: "If you study plastic surgery textbooks, the notions of an ideal feature have changed.
In some ways, toddandclare.com’s campaign against Assange is as revelatory as the leaked emails themselves, illustrating the powerful, sometimes unseen, forces that oppose Wiki Leaks.
But the attention grabber is the Houston-based company’s target: Julian Assange, the founder of Wiki Leaks, whose steady dumps of leaked emails from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign have given supporters of Donald Trump the only cheering news of the last few weeks.
CNN this evening declined to air live a press conference with the nation’s new White House Press Secretary, pointing to a growing rift between the embryonic Trump administration and the press corps that covers it and undermining the credibility of Sean Spicer, a longtime Republican operative who has become the new spokesman for President Donald Trump.
Producers at the cable-news outlet, owned by Time Warner, this evening decided to see what was said at the press event, according to a person familiar with the network, then play relevant parts as deemed necessary.
Then came new fashion icons: Naomi Campbell, Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce - and then Giselle, Kim Kardashian and Shakira.