More than half of US citizens, including most Latin American and African-Americans, believe President Donald Trump is a racist, the Associated Press reported.
According to the NORC polls, more than half of citizens believe that its policies have worsened the situation of Latin Americans and Muslims. Nearly half think Trump's policy has aggravated the situation of African-Americans.
Arizona may become the first US state, residents are expected to soon be given the opportunity to pay their taxes in bitcoins and other cryptocurrency. The Daily Express announced that the bill was passed by the Senate last week. This bill received the support of 16 senators, 13 of whom voted against, and the document was adopted.
The Serbian government announced that the event was organized for the 66th time in the presence of a large number of high-ranking officials from the United States and from around the world.
Dacic met with US administration officials, including Alabama Congressman Robert Aderholt, representative of the Republican Party and one of the founders of the National Prayer Breakfast.
Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn resigned as finance chairman of the Republican Party’s fundraising arm on Jan. 27, a day after a newspaper reported that he routinely subjected women who worked for him to unwanted sexual advances.
As President Donald Trump's first year in office comes to a close, the assessments are rolling in. Expect full reviews of the President's Twitter taunts, his low popularity, his campaign's ties to Russia, White House staff turmoil, his struggles to repeal and replace Obamacare despite GOP control of Congress, and - finally - the late-year success on major tax cut legislation.
Demonstrators threw Russian flags at American President Donald Trump, reports CNN.
This happened in a corridor of the US Congress building, while the head of state was going to a scheduled meeting with Senators from the Republican Party.
The demonstrator threw flags of the Russian Federation with the words:
"Trump is a traitor!"
A second Senator from the Republican Party of the United States came into confrontation with President Donald Trump, world agencies said.
Jeff Flake said he would not run for a new term so he could talk freely. "It is unthinkable that someone has to stand silent in order to keep the norms that America keeps strong."