A secret whistleblower complaint at the centre of an impeachment inquiry alleges that President Donald Trump abused the power of his office to “solicit interference from a foreign country” in next year’s US election.
After US President Donald Trump walked away from the Iranian nuclear deal, which closed the door on diplomacy, his administration’s pretext of freeing Iranians from authoritarianism is similar in tone to previous US war propaganda in this region.
When Rory McIlroy blew the lead and his chance to win his first major title at the 2011 Masters, he was so heartbroken that he ended up sobbing into the phone to his mother, convinced he’d let his one chance to win a major slip through his hands.
What did you expect? You tell the world about your lifestyle, your habits, your likes and dislikes, your hopes, dreams and fears. And then you discover that the world is not offering a sympathetic ear, but instead milking you for all you’re worth?
Investors have had a strong start to 2017 as global markets moved higher during the first quarter, buoyed by expectations of global reflation and fiscal stimulus that has propelled equity markets higher since the US election last November.
Irish bond markets, along with other debt markets in Europe, traded wildly yesterday, while CRH rose again on stock markets as investors tried to second-guess the effects of the unexpected election of Donald Trump will have on Europe’s politics and companies.
The FBI’s latest intervention and opinion polls on the eve of the US election favouring Hillary Clinton have soothed jitters of financial markets which deeply fear the unknown quantity of a Donald Trump presidency, and sent world stock markets soaring.