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White House: Yes, Aide Was Irritated at NATO Breakfast

July 12, 2018 |

While President Trump criticized Germany as “captive to Russia” during a NATO breakfast this week, multiple news outlets pointed out that chief of staff John Kelly didn’t look like he was having a great time, reports USA Today . As the Washington Post notes, Kelly pursed his lips and shifted his…

Northrop Grumman employee seen on video at violent white supremacist rally no longer employed at company

July 7, 2018 |

Michael Miselis, a Northrop Grumman systems engineer who allegedly is a member of a white supremacist organization and participated in a violent rally in Charlottesville, Va., last summer no longer is employed at the company, a Northrop Grumman spokesman said Friday.

The news follows a Thursday…

L.A. Times – Business

Northrop Grumman says it is looking into report of employee involved with white nationalist group

July 6, 2018 |

Aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp. said it is taking “immediate action” to look into a report that one of its engineers is part of a white nationalist group and was involved in violent brawls during last year’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va.

Investigative news outlet ProPublica…

L.A. Times – Business

The White House July 4th Concert Includes … Who?

July 4, 2018 |

Tuning into the White House July 4th concert on the Hallmark channel? You’re not likely to see many celebs, unless you like American Idol finalists—”as in, not actual winners,” the Washington Post explains. Idol alumni Jax and Jonny Brenns, country singer Sara Evans, and Russian-born classical pianist Lola Astanova…

White House Retreats From Plans for Strict Limits on Chinese Investment

June 28, 2018 |

President Donald Trump backed away from plans to create tough new restrictions on Chinese investments in the U.S. and U.S. technology exports to China, defusing one fight with Beijing as American business officials try to head off a looming battle over tariffs. What’s News Asia

White House wants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac privatized

June 25, 2018 |

The Trump administration wants Congress to remove the federal charters for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as part of a plan to release the mortgage giants from U.S. control, according to a sweeping proposal for reorganizing the government released Thursday.

The two companies, which have been under…

L.A. Times – Business

Arguments Erupt Over Immigration at the White House

June 23, 2018 |

The White House has seen arguments erupt since President Trump signed an executive order to keep migrant families together at the US border, the New York Times reports. Sources say the quarrels began Thursday night and resumed Friday when Kevin McAleenan, who heads Customs and Border Protection, asked how his…

White House split over hard-line stance on trade war with China

June 23, 2018 |

Some White House officials are trying to restart talks with China to avoid a trade war before U.S. tariffs on Chinese products take effect July 6, three people familiar with the plans said, setting up a battle with others in the administration who favor a harder line.

Staff of the National Economic…

L.A. Times – Business


Dana White Rips Immigration Policy, ‘They’d Have to Shoot Me to Take My Kids’

June 21, 2018 |

Dana White is pretty pissed off at the immigration policy that allows for officials to separate kids from their parents — saying, “I don’t even think Trump likes it.” Of course, White and Trump are close friends who go back decades — the UFC…

Charlottesville Organizer Plans ‘White Civil Rights’ Rally in DC

June 21, 2018 |

Police in Washington, DC are going to be busy on Aug. 11 and 12: The National Park Service has given initial approval for Jason Kessler, organizer of last year’s deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, to hold rallies to mark the anniversary of the Virginia event, WSET reports. The…