7 things Donald Trump said in wide-ranging NY Times interview
American President-elect Donald Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said the new U.S. head of state would not follow through on his campaign pledge to pursue an investigation into his arch rival Hillary Clinton. But she said that Trump believes it's time for Republicans to move on, despite his vows to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate her.
Also in yesterday's interview, he showed little appetite for pressing investigations of his Democratic rival in the presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton.
The remarks come after months of Trump calling Clinton "Crooked Hillary", questioning whether the Clinton Foundation is a pay-for-play scheme and raging against the Justice Department for refusing to prosecute her for blending private and official business on her email server.
The move isn't going over so well with some of his most ardent supporters. Miller says the team had received more than 51,000 resumes as of late last week. "And I thought we were going to win it".
"I'm looking at it very closely", Trump said when asked about the Paris accord, which India has signed and ratified as has most of the word, including the US. But he said, "I have an open mind to it" and that clean air and "crystal clear water" were vitally important. The Times reported Monday that Trump used a meeting with British politician Nigel Farage to discourage the building of a wind farm near Trump's golf course in Scotland - which Trump confirmed Tuesday, saying, "I might have brought it up".
After meeting Mr Obama following his election victory, Mr Trump told The New York Times he "liked him a lot".
"I think it's time, maybe, for a general", he said. "My company's so unimportant to me relative to what I'm doing", Trump said.
Trump said he would study the issue "very hard" and hinted that if, after study, he was to moderate his views, his voice would be influential with climate skeptics.
"If Donald Trump can help her heal, then perhaps that's a good thing", she told reporters at Trump Tower in NY.
Asked about the "alt-right" Tuesday, the president-elect told the Times: "I don't want to energize the group, and I disavow the group".
President-elect Donald Trump has received almost 150,000 ideas from people on how to "make America great again". He did tell the Times, "I don't think we should be a nation-builder" - an implicit shot at the American military's role in the Iraq War. Bannon, the former executive chairman of Breitbart News, touted the website as "the platform for the alt-right". They include Mitt Romney, who railed against Trump earlier this year but is being considered for secretary of state, despite his foreign policy differences with the incoming president.
Trump relied heavily on the advice of his son-in-law, New Jersey-bred real estate developer and publishing magnate Jared Kushner, during the campaign.
So when he met with The New York Times, the entire political world was watching.
EPA is required under TSCA Section 6 (b)(2)(A) to announce the chemicals within 180 days of enactment, or by December 19, 2016. Let's hope the new Trump administration that takes office in January won't backpedal on it, though there is cause for concern.
Last year, the CDC reported that Georgia had the second-highest rate of adult HIV infections among the 50 states after Louisiana. Some 40 per cent of the HIV infected in July were sex workers and their clients, while drug users accounted for 10 per cent.
With one million acres now being devoted to growing Christmas trees, that's enough oxygen for 18 million people daily. Add any extras you may need like a stand, lights and tree food, then choose a convenient delivery time.
The Big Mac contains 508 calories in the United Kingdom and is now sold in more than 100 countries around the world. But McDonald's was resistant to the idea because its simple line of burgers, fries and shakes were selling well.
One element that was expected to be included, increasing the active roster from 25 to 26 players, was a surprise omission. According to Rosenthal , the A's are going to be phased out as revenue sharing recipients over the next few years.
O'Hara said in the report: "With connectivity we can provide better information and better service offerings to our customers". According to industry experts, aftersales account for a total of 14 percent of automakers' revenues.
A 1931 case before the high court set the first precedent that the way a flag is used can be protected under the First Amendment. In addition to ignoring the Supreme Court's clear teaching that flag burning is constitutionally protected speech, Mr.
The seventh-year pro now has at least 72 yards receiving in the last four games, and has four touchdowns over that span as well. It took the Cowboys one play to take the lead for good, with Prescott and Dez Bryant connecting on an 8-yard touchdown.
Modi's remarks came after the BJP won maximum seats in the Maharashtra and Gujarat municipal council polls. Right from Vapi in south Gujarat to Gondal in Saurashtra region, people have chosen BJP over Congress.
Rams say Eric Dickerson is always welcome on their sideline
The Hall of Famer told Fox Sports Radio that he will never come to another Rams game as long as Fisher is coaching the team. On Wednesday, Rams coach Jeff Fisher made a generic reference to " Danny " during a conference call with New England media.
Suspected tornado leaves 3 dead in Alabama
In Tennessee, husband and wife died, possibly due to a tornado, as the storm hit their house in Polk County, the AP reports. Another crew surveying damage in Colbert and Franklin counties Wednesday said there was also EF-2 damage there.
Fallin's office says Trump role won't interfere with job
The congressman, whose district includes the Greater Olean area, was named to the presidential transition team on Tuesday. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming, Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington, Tom Reed of NY , U.S.
Video shows bodies scattered in Aleppo after attack
Seizing it would put the Syrian regime back in control of all four major cities and make an opposition government less likely. For President Assad's chief ally Russian Federation, the Syrian army advance is a liberation for trapped civilians.