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- Today’s White House Tweets: President Trump
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Thank you to Senator Rob Portman and Senator Cory Gardner for the early and warm endorsement. We will ALL WIN in 2020 together!1,260 replies1,427 retweets6,526 likesReplyRetweet
….after 18 long years. Syria was loaded with ISIS until I came along. We will soon have destroyed 100% of the Caliphate, but will be watching them closely. It is now time to start coming home and, after many years, spending our money wisely. Certain people must get smart!10,994 replies13,045 retweets57,303 likesReplyRetweet
I inherited a total mess in Syria and Afghanistan, the “Endless Wars” of unlimited spending and death. During my campaign I said, very strongly, that these wars must finally end. We spend $50 Billion a year in Afghanistan and have hit them so hard that we are now talking peace…10,232 replies17,901 retweets77,469 likesReplyRetweet
Donald J. Trump Retweeted Chuck Ross
This Witch Hunt must end!
Donald J. Trump added,20,217 replies16,556 retweets62,947 likesReplyRetweet
2…………>Down Under Burning: Hotest Ever
Australia recorded its hottest month ever in January, after average temperatures exceeded 30C (86F) for the first time and the extreme heat was “unprecedented” during the country’s summer period, with at least five January days amongst the 10 warmest on record, and daily national temperature highs of 40C, causing wildfire deaths, bushfires and a rise in hospital admissions.
Several wildlife species have also suffered, causing mass deaths of wild horses, native bats and fish in drought-affected areas, as a large swathe of the state of New South Wales bore the brunt of the fortnight of extreme heat, with temperatures soaring in parts of Queens, South Australia, Victoria and the Northern Territory.
In Tasmania, fire crews battled more than 50 bushfires fueled by dry conditions and strong winds, and Health authorities said 44 people had come in for treatment in the space of 24 hours in South Australia, after the city of Adelaide broke its own records twice in the month, first reaching 47C ever.
3…………>Birth Tourists: Chinese Scam
Following the arrests of three defendants who allegedly operated “birth tourism” outfits that catered to Chinese clients, federal authorities today unsealed indictments that charge a total of 19 people linked to three schemes that operated across Southern California and charged clients tens of thousands of dollars to help them give birth in the United States. The indictments charge operators and clients of three “maternity house” or “birthing house” schemes that were dismantled in March 2015 when federal agents executed 35 search warrants, which resulted from international undercover operations
The 17 cases unsealed today contain the first-ever federal criminal charges brought against operators and customers of birth tourism businesses, who not only committed widespread immigration fraud and engaged in international money laundering, but also defrauded property owners when leasing the apartments and houses used in their birth tourism schemes.
The indictments describe birth tourism schemes in which foreign nationals, mostly from China, applied for visitor visas to come to the United States and lied about the length of their trips, where they would stay, and the purposes of their trips, which were to come to the US for three months to give birth so their children would receive US citizenship.
People in the capital, Mexico City, were forced to leave office buildings and gather in the streets due to severe tremors that began at about 10 am local time (16,00 GMT), as a 6.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded in the morning of 1st of February on the border between Chiapas, Mexico and Guatemala was reported.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) said that the quake had its epicenter five miles east-southeast of Mazatan, in the state of Chiapas, near the border with Guatemala, at a depth of 58 miles, triggering alarms in some places in Mexico City with emergency protocols been activated.
There were no immediate reports of major damage.
5…………>Out Of IMF Treaty: Trump
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Russia of consistently violating the terms of the landmark 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty “without remorse,” and said Moscow remains in “material breach” of its obligations, forcing the US to announce withdrawal from missile treaty and suspend its participation in a Cold War-era ballistic missile treaty Feb 2 over alleged Russian violations of the pact.
President Donald Trump announced in October that Washington would be exiting the INF Treaty which eliminated all US and Russian ground-launched cruise missiles with ranges of 310-3,420 miles and their launchers, citing alleged Russian violations of the pact.
“Russia has refused to take any steps to return real and verifiable compliance over these 60 days,” Mr.Trump said.
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