From The Telegraph:
US diplomats have dropped plans for Donald Trump to conduct a visit to Britain in January amid a war of words between the two countries’ leaders.
Mr Trump, the US president, had been penciled in for a ‘working visit’ in the first month of 2018 to formally open America’s new London embassy.
The trip, a scaled down version of a state visit with no meeting with the Queen, was intended to allow Mr Trump to come to the UK while avoiding the mass protests a full state visit would likely trigger.
However, The Telegraph can reveal that the trip has been pushed into the long grass, with no new date in the diary picked.
“Rex is still here.” That’s true. It’s also completely avoiding the question. Bye bye Rex.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) November 30, 2017
The GOP is going to pass this garbage bill no matter what the cost at this point. They don’t care that it’s unpopular, that it’s going to kill the middle class and make the people under the poverty line even poorer.
This wouldn’t be surprising at all if it does happen. Trump is still fuming about Tillerson calling him a fucking moron and has been looking for a way to get rid of him for some time. But Cotton at the head of the CIA???
WASHINGTON — The White House has developed a plan to force out Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson, whose relationship with President Trump has been strained, and replace him with Mike Pompeo, the C.I.A. director, perhaps within the next several weeks, senior administration officials said on Thursday.
Mr. Pompeo would be replaced at the C.I.A. by Senator Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas who has been a key ally of the president on national security matters, according to the White House plan.
Alabama Republican Senate Candidate Roy Moore co-authored a study course, published in 2011 and recently obtained by ThinkProgress, that instructs students that women should not be permitted to run for elected office. If women do run for office, the course argues, people have a moral obligation not to vote for them. The course is also critical of the women’s suffrage movement, which in 1920 secured some American women the right to vote.