Tim Parlatore, who left Trump's legal team last month, cited similarities with the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
“I want everybody to live the way they want to live,” the 2024 GOP presidential contender said. “But stop pushing your views on everybody else.”
Britain has ordered two more accommodation barges to house asylum-seekers, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced on Monday.On a visit to the Channel port of Dover, Sunak announced new sites at former Royal Air Force bases to accommodate "hundreds" in the coming months.
Oil rallied Monday after key producer Saudi Arabia slashed output by a million barrels in a bid to prop up prices, while fellow OPEC+ members agreed to continue current cuts to 2024.The 23-nation OPEC+ alliance, which includes Russia, agreed Sunday to continue current output cuts until the end of next year.
Donald Trump's daughter-in-law even endorsed him during her guest-hosting gig on Newsmax.
France said on Monday it will provide 2.9 billion euros ($3.10 billion) in state aid to help support an investment of 7.5 billion euros that chipmakers STMicroelectronics and GlobalFoundries are making to build a semiconductor factory in Crolles, southeastern France. "This is a considerable and massive" investment, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire told a joint news conference held at the ministry with the heads of the two companies. The 2.9 billion euros are part of the 5.5 billion euros package France has set aside for its investments in the microchip sector by 2030, he added.
“Congratulate our friends,” former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said. “Don’t congratulate our enemies."
Three men are to be go on trial in France on Monday on charges of beating up the great-nephew of French first lady Brigitte Macron last month outside her family's chocolate shop.The trial is due to get underway at midday GMT. Brigitte Macron's family have run the Jean Trogneux chocolate shop in the centre of her home city of Amiens for six generations.
Airlines will return to profit and fly a near-record 4.35 billion passengers this year, but the sector's post-pandemic recovery remains fragile, an industry group said on Monday.- Profits equal to $2.25 per passenger - Airlines transported a record 4.54 billion people in 2019 before Covid brough travel to a standstill.
A man went on trial in France on Monday facing accusations of stabbing and then burning alive a 15-year-old girl in 2019 who was likely pregnant by him at the time.The man, who was aged 17 at the time, is accused of luring Shaina to a shed in the town of Creil north of Paris to kill her and burn her body.
India's deadliest train disaster in decades killed at least 275 people and injured hundreds more, a tragedy officials have said was linked to an electronic signal system.India's worst crash was in 1981, when an overcrowded passenger train plunged into a river during a cyclone in Bihar state, killing about 800 people.
A Citroen 2CV made of wood, thought to be the only one of its kind, has sold for 210,000 euros ($225,000) at auction in France, setting a new price record for the iconic vehicle.The previous high for a 2CV was set in 2016, when an extremely rare 1961 2CV Sahara in almost mint condition was sold for 172,800 euros by Paris-based auction house Artcurial.
Critics reminded the former Twitter CEO of a previous terrible prediction.
India's monsoon onset over the southernmost Kerala coast is delayed by another two-three days because the formation of cyclonic circulation in the Arabian Sea has reduced cloud cover over the Kerala coast, weather officials said on Monday. The monsoon, the lifeblood of the country's $3 trillion economy, delivers nearly 70% of the rain India needs to water farms and recharge reservoirs and aquifers. The state-run India Meteorological Department (IMD) was expecting the arrival of monsoon rains over the Kerala coast on June 4, the latest arrival in four years.
U.S. automaker Tesla Inc delivered 77,695 China-made electric vehicles (EVs) in May, a 2.4% jump from April, data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) showed on Monday. On a yearly basis, sales rose 142% in May from 32,165 vehicles in the same month of 2022 when Shanghai, where its factory is located, was still subject to COVID-19 containment measures that impacted production. Chinese rival BYD Co Ltd, with its Dynasty and Ocean series of EVs and petrol-electric hybrid vehicles, logged sales of 239,092 vehicle in May, up 14% from April, CPCA data showed.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India and the United States have concluded a roadmap for defence industry cooperation for the next few years, the Indian government said on Monday, a move expected to bolster New Delhi's defence manufacturing ambitions. Washington is working to deepen ties with India and sees stronger military-to-military and technology ties with the world's largest democracy as a key counterweight to China's dominance in the region. The roadmap was finalised at a meeting between visiting U.S. Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin and Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.
The niece of the former president urged 2024 GOP candidates to stop going easy on her "thin-skinned baby" of an uncle.
The Biden White House press secretary-turned-MSNBC anchor also exposed Republican hypocrisy over Fox News' boycott calls.
Passenger and freight trains were running again on Monday at the site of India's deadliest train disaster in decades, which officials said was caused by failures linked to signal systems.It slammed into a freight train and the wreckage derailed an express running north from India's tech hub Bengaluru to Kolkata.
The MSNBC host said the Florida governor seems to have an anger management issue.
The once-dominant PRI conceded defeat on Sunday to Mexico's ruling party in a key state election seen as a prelude to next year's presidential vote.With 88.1 percent of votes counted, Gomez had a nine percent lead over her PRI rival.
Glenn Kirschner said one possible outcome of the scandal is the "stuff of nightmares."
The boards of Indian banks should address gaps in governance frameworks, including ensuring appropriate risk management practices and adhering to acceptable customer and market conduct, a deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said in a speech in May. Boards should set clear expectations for management and should require reports on risk management on a regular basis, said M Rajeshwar Rao, at a conference of directors of state-run and private banks in May. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das and deputy Governor M.K. Jain also urged banks, in the same conference, to ensure compliance and effective governance.
Jill Wine-Banks said the former president's goose is about to be cooked.
Hong Kong's top court on Monday quashed the conviction of a journalist in relation to her investigation into an attack on democracy supporters by government loyalists in 2019.Choy's searches were made for a documentary she produced in 2020 for Hong Kong's public broadcaster RTHK. It investigated the police's failure to respond quickly enough to the July 2019 attack, a watershed moment in the huge and often violent pro-democracy protests that year, which dealt a blow to public trust in the force.