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“Tree alley in Varengeville”.(1882) by Claude Monet.(1840-1926).French impressionist Musée Marmottan/Paris


“Tree alley in Varengeville”.(1882) by Claude Monet.(1840-1926).French impressionist Musée Marmottan/Paris

FBI official vowed to ‘stop’ Donald Trump from reaching White House — but bias didn’t affect investigations, says DOJ watchdog – AOL News


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FBI official vowed to ‘stop’ Donald Trump from reaching White House — but bias didn’t affect investigations, says DOJ watchdog
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An FBI official assured his colleague they would “stop” Trump from making it to the White House in a 2016 text revealed Thursday in a report from the Justice Department’s ethics watchdog.

In an exchange sure to fire up President Trump’s supporters, an FBI investigator who worked on both the Clinton email case and the special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, told agency lawyer Lisa Page that “we’ll stop it.”

“[Trump’s] not ever going to become president, right? Right?!” Page wrote to agent Peter Strzok.

“No. No he won’t. We’ll stop it,” Strzok responded.

The pair’s texts have become fodder for conservative conspiracy theories that the FBI was biased against President Trump during the election.

However, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz did not find that opinions the two shared with one another “directly affected the specific investigative actions we reviewed,” according to a report set to be released Thursday afternoon and obtained by Bloomberg.

“We did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected the specific investigative actions we reviewed,” Horowitz’s report conclusions reads, according to Bloomberg. “The conduct by these employees cast a cloud over the entire FBI investigation.”

Trump and others have has publicly attacked the pair. The President dubbed them “the incompetent & corrupt FBI lovers” in a tweet.

The President last month openly asked why Strzok was still employed at the FBI.

“Why is Peter S still there? What a total mess. Our Country has to get back to Business!” he tweeted.

Mueller removed Strzok from the Russia probe after earlier texts, which included criticisms of both Democrats and Republicans, became public and Page has since left the DOJ.

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Pisoiul pierdut al unei fetițe din Făgăraș, viral pe Internet – Buna Ziua Fagaras


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Pisoiul pierdut al unei fetițe din Făgăraș, viral pe Internet
Iun 13th, 2018 | de Buna Ziua Fagaras | Categoria: Social
Un pisoi de doar 3 luni este dat în „urmărire generală” de mica lui stăpână cu inimă mare.

Fetița de 10 ani l-a desenat și l-a lipit pe unul dintre stâlpii de electricitate de pe strada Andrei Mureșanu, în speranța că cineva îl va recunoaște și îl va înapoia.

„Pisic gri, siamez, cu urechile și coada negre. Este micuț! Cu ochii albaștri și este pufos. Returnați la numărul de telefon 0764 389099”, putem citi pe afiș.

Impresionat de pierderea micuței, un vecin a fotografiat cererea și a postat-o pe Facebook. Postarea a fost distribuită de numeroase ori în scurt timp, după ce copilul a reușit să topească inimile făgărășenilor.

Siamezul, care a venit pe lume de Paște, a dispărut în urmă cu două zile. Mama fetiței spune că „era foarte atașată de acel pisicuț, eu m-aș bucura să-l găsim pentru că ne plăcea tare mult”.

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ROMÂNIA VA FI FĂCUTĂ PRAF!!!! PREGĂTEŞTE-TE DE RĂZBOI CU CIUMA ROŞIE SAU VEI PLECA DIN ŢARĂ!


ROMÂNIA VA FI FĂCUTĂ PRAF!!!! PREGĂTEŞTE-TE DE RĂZBOI CU CIUMA ROŞIE SAU VEI PLECA DIN ŢARĂ!

Vor să o facă rapid, cu o zi înainte de condamnarea lui Dragnea. Vor să se mişte repede, Tăriceanu o să preia temporar funţia de preşedinte şi o să semneze revocarea lui Koveşi de la DNA şi Horodniceanu de la DIICOT, o să promulge legile justiţiei şi o să numească peste tot procurorii lor, slugi umile.

ROMÂNIA VA FI FĂCUTĂ PRAF!!!! PREGĂTEŞTE-TE DE RĂZBOI CU CIUMA ROŞIE SAU VEI PLECA DIN ŢARĂ!

Today’s Birthday: Donald Trump Birthday: As President Turns 72, Here’s a Look at How He’s Celebrated in the Past


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DONALD TRUMP BIRTHDAY: AS PRESIDENT TURNS 72, HERE’S A LOOK AT HOW HE’S CELEBRATED IN THE PAST
By Paul Leblanc On Thursday, June 14, 2018 – 04:00
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U.S. President Donald Trump blows out the candle on his birthday cake as he attends a lunch with Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the Istana in Singapore June 11, 2018.
PHOTO: MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION, SINGAPORE/HANDOUT VIA REUTERS

President Donald Trump will turn 72 Thursday, but the celebration has already started. Singaporean officials surprised the president with a birthday cake lunch Monday while he was in the country for the historic North Korea summit.

“Celebrating birthday,” Vivian Balakrishnan, the Singapore Minister for Foreign Affairs tweeted. “A bit early.”

While the White House did not respond to Newsweek’s inquiry into Trump’s plans for Thursday, here is a look at how the president has celebrated in past years.

Trump’s 71st birthday, June 14, 2017, was the same day a gunman opened fire on Republican congressman on a baseball field in D.C. Steve Scalise, the House Majority Whip, was wounded during the incident but made a full recovery. Trump spent the day responding to the attack. “Congressman Scalise is a freind, and a very good friend,” Trump said in a press conference the day of the shooting. “He’s a patriot and he’s a fighter. He will recover from this assault and Steve, I want you to know you have the prayers of not only an entire city behind you, but of an entire nation.”

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Before Trump became president, his birthday parties had a reputation for extravagance. His 42nd birthday was hosted at one of his casinos, according to the Washington Post, and featured “a 15-foot spaceship zooming from the stage to hover amid smoke and flashing lasers.”

The party also reportedly had “magicians and dancers performing to a version of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ reworked to honor the real estate mogul.”

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In 1993, Trump’s birthday card appeared to show him on a throne with the caption, “The Birthday Celebration Of The Ages Starring Renaissance Man Donald J. Trump.”

Trump has also not been shy about celebrating his own birthday in the past on social media. “Today is my birthday,” he wrote in 2012. “My wish is for our country to be great and prosperous again.” In 2009, Trump directed people to his Facebook page to wish him happy birthday. “Today is Donald Trump’s Birthday!” his tweet said.

In April, Trump told Fox News he had not yet given First Lady Melania Trump a present for her birthday. “I better not get into that ‘cause I may get in trouble. Maybe I didn’t get her so much,” he said. Trump added that he did get her “a beautiful card and some beautiful flowers,” and that he was “very busy to be running out looking for presents.”

The GOP also circulated a digital birthday card supporters could sign. “Make President Donald Trump’s birthday one he will never forget,” the website said. To sign the card, supporters must enter their email to be added to a promotional email list.

Trump was the oldest president at the start of his administration at 70 years old. Previously, Ronald Reagan held the title when he started his term in office at 69.

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Today’s Holiday: Flag Day (United States)


Today’s Holiday:
Flag Day (United States)

President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that established June 14 as Flag Day in 1916, but it didn’t become official until 1949. This occurred as a result of a campaign by Bernard J. Cigrand and the American Flag Day Association. It is observed across the country by displaying the American flag on homes and public buildings. Other popular ways of observing this day include flag-raising ceremonies, the singing of the national anthem, and the study of flag etiquette and the flag’s origin and meaning. More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

This Day in History: Falklands War: Argentine Forces Surrender to the British (1982)


This Day in History:
Falklands War: Argentine Forces Surrender to the British (1982)

Both Argentina and Britain had long claimed sovereignty over the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean when, despite ongoing negotiations, Argentina invaded the islands with 10,000 troops in April 1982. About 250 British soldiers and about 700 Argentines died before Argentina surrendered, ending the undeclared, 74-day war. The defeat discredited Argentina’s military government and helped lead to the restoration of civilian rule in 1983. Who claims sovereignty over the islands today? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Quote of the Day: Stephen Crane


Quote of the Day:
Stephen Crane

A man said to the universe: “Sir, I exist!” “However,” replied the universe, “That fact has not created in me a sense of obligation.”

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Article of the Day: The Scytale


Article of the Day:
The Scytale

Said to have been utilized in ancient Greek military campaigns, the scytale is a cryptographic tool used in the creation and deciphering of transposition ciphers. It consists of a cylindrical rod around which a strip of paper or leather is wound. Because the message is written upon the wound strip, it appears as an illegible jumble of letters to anyone who does not bear a scytale of the appropriate diameter. Why do some question the veracity of Plutarch’s early description of the scytale? More…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Idiom of the Day: meet (someone’s) expectations


Idiom of the Day:
meet (someone’s) expectations

To be as good as or have the qualities that someone predicted, expected, or hoped for. Watch the video…: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

Word of the Day: incarcerate


Word of the Day:
incarcerate

Definition: (verb) Lock up or confine, in or as in a jail.
Synonyms: immure, imprison, jail, jug, put behind bars, remand, lag, put away
Usage: It can cost huge sums to incarcerate a prisoner for a year.: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch