- Dec 14, 2011
More likely she criticised corrupt people Trump wants to jump into bed with ... as the Trump re-election campaign desperately tries to crank up the fake outrage machine for a Joe Biden Scandal, the "Lock her Up" of 2020.US recalling US Ambassador to Ukraine, who has served there since 2016.
May be connected to Ukrainian prosecutor's allegations that she presented him with a "do not prosecute" list shortly after being appointed by the Obama admin.
Yovanovitch in a recent speech was blunt in her criticism of Kyiv's anticorruption efforts, one of the key criteria for billions of dollars in lending from international institutions since the eastern Ukrainian conflict broke out in early 2014.
Yovanovitch also said that the chief of Ukraine's Special Anticorruption Prosecutor's Office, Nazar Kholodnytskyy, should be replaced to ensure the integrity of the anticorruption institutions.
Reports Israel is the source. Just as with Iraq's mythical WMD in 2003.
I suppose MBS and his thugs are getting a bonus for torturing a reporter to death.Trump has declared a national emergency to proceed with the Saudi arms sales, in defiance of Congress.
The Trump administration has declared an emergency to bypass Congress and expedite billions of dollars in arms sales to various countries -- including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates -- citing the need to deter what it called "the malign influence" of Iran throughout the Middle East.edition.cnn.com
So much for the "Peacemaker" President.
Did India not give Ivanka the trademarks she wanted?
Trump had even some progressives hoodwinked that he was "non-interventionist", and that he would spread his Magic Fairy Dust over the Middle East.The Trump administration on May 24 announced an emergency declaration to sell billions of dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval.
This comes just a month after Congress passed legislation demanding the halt of U.S. aid for the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen against Houthi rebels loosely aligned with Iran.
Trump has pursued a one-note campaign of bluster and economic feuding against allies and adversaries alike: Canada, Mexico, North Korea, Europe, China, NATO, and virtually the entire rest of the world except for Israel and Saudi Arabia.
At best, the results have been uniformly unsuccessful.
At worst, they’ve simply alienated everybody while getting nothing in return for the United States.
President Trump’s brinkmanship with Mexico over immigration has opened a new and risky front in his global campaign to pressure other nations to capitulate to his demands, a strategy that has paid few dividends over 2½ years and left his major foreign policy initiatives in doubt.