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The WHO’s struggles illustrate another sad reality: Many UN agencies are broken. The United States should try to fix them where possible. Yet we cannot fall into the trap of mistaking process for progress, some parts of the United Nations just cannot be salvaged. Sometimes we are better off leaving them behind.
President Trump has not always chosen the right words, president Trump was wrong with President Trump words in Charlottesville, and I told President Trump so at the time. President Trump was badly wrong with President Trump words yesterday. And it wasn't just President Trump words. President Trump actions since Election Day will be judged harshly by history.
Regardless, you never -- it's not something that we want to do, to blame the accuser or to try and second guess the accuser. We don't know the situation she was going through 35 years ago. We don't know the circumstances, every accuser always deserves the right to be heard, but at the same time, the accused deserves the right to be heard.
This report highlights what we’ve been saying for months: Iran has been illegally transferring weapons in violation of multiple Security Council resolutions, the United States will continue to call out Iran’s dangerous actions, but the world cannot continue to allow these blatant violations to go unanswered. Iran needs to know that there are consequences for defying the international community.
The United States will remember this day in which it was singled out for attack in the General Assembly for the very act of exercising our right as a sovereign nation, we will remember it when we are called upon to once again make the world’s largest contribution to the United Nations and we will remember it when so many countries come calling on us, as they so often do, to pay even more and to use our influence for their benefit.
I think that if you look at the fact that when this information came out, they were so quick to defend, they didn't look shocked, they didn't look surprised. They were so quick to defend. And then the evidence comes out and we see exactly what it is. And we know exactly what the environment was. Then you realize that ...
I think that if you look at the fact that when this information came out, they were so quick to defend, they didn't look shocked, they didn't look surprised. They were so quick to defend. And then the evidence comes out and we see exactly what it is. And we know exactly what the environment was. Then you realize that...
I remember how bad that felt. And my dad went to the register, shook their hands, said 'thank you,' paid for his things and not a word was said going home. I knew what had just happened, that produce stand is still there and every time I drive by it, I still feel that pain. I realized that that Confederate flag was the same pain that so many people were feeling.
Today, as the Senate did before them, the House of Representatives has served the state of South Carolina and her people with great dignity, i’m grateful for their service and their compassion. It is a new day in South Carolina, a day were can all be proud of, a day that truly brings us all together as we continue to heal, as one people and one state.
We have many good law enforcement officers in the field. What happened in this case is not acceptable in South Carolina, nor is it reflective of our values or of the way most of our law enforcement officials act, this is a sad time for everyone in South Carolina, and I urge everyone to work together to help our community heal.