The news is so fast flowing, here is some Recent News you may not have read.
This is Recent News of various topics for your enjoyment.
President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, has filed a pair of lawsuits over an explosive dossier with unverified allegations against the president revealed nearly a year ago.
Cohen tweeted out news of legal action against BuzzFeed News, which published the full document.
— Michael Cohen (@MichaelCohen212) January 10, 2018
“Enough is enough of the #fake #Russian Dossier,” Cohen tweeted.
The legal action names three of BuzzFeed News’ editors and a reporter, Bloomberg reporter Jennifer Jacobs first reported.
As President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address approaches, conniving Democratic congresswomen conspired to crash his speech with a vulgar protest. However, just when they thought their plans were foolproof, their little plot was ruined thanks to one little detail they forgot.
Before the election of President Donald Trump, liberals mocked his perceived inability to win the presidency. As soon as he was proven the victor, the left began its underhanded attacks in a bid to have him removed from the White House. While unfounded allegations of Russian collusion seemed to be a favorite of desperate Democrats for over a year, dissenters have once again revived the sexual assault accusation trend in the hopes that they can finally take down Trump. Unfortunately for them, every step they take backfires majorly.
Jumping on the bandwagon, congressional virtue-signallers have latched onto Hollywood’s passive “Me Too” fad in the hope that they can use the tired social justice campaign to defeat Trump. Following in the footsteps of elite liberal hypocrites like Meryl Streep and Oprah, leftist female officials are planning to wear all black to protest alleged sexual assault and harassment during Trump’s speech. Of course, they forgot one tiny yet major detail.
After planning to protest President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on January 30 by wearing black attire, Democratic Congresswomen Rep. Jackie Speier (CA), House minority leader Nacy Pelosi (CA), and Sen. Kristen Gillibrand (NY) were reminded that they have repeatedly supported and defended known sexual predators while criticizing their female victims, The Daily Wire reports. The “#MeTooCongress” campaign, which was intended to show support for victims of sexual abuse, is now widely considered to be a joke as the women leading the movement are guilty of expressing solidarity with Democratic sexual predators.
North Korea’s nuclear arsenal and other weapons “are only aimed at the United States,” the country’s head of the delegation to talks with South Korea said Tuesday.
“Regarding nuclear issues, our strategic weapons, atomic bombs, hydrogen bombs on intercontinental missiles are only aimed at the United States, not our brethren, China or Russia,” said Ri Son Gwon, head of North Korea’s delegation at the first talks with Seoul in more than two years.
The comments came up after Pyongyang announced it would send athletes and a high-level delegation to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month.
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— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) January 10, 2018
The design of former President Barack Obama’s presidential center has drawn criticism, with unfavorable comparisons ranging from a “giant toenail” to a “soft-boiled egg in a teacup.”
Alex Griswold of The Washington Free Beacon made the “giant toenail” comment in a tweet:
Obama’s presidential library going for the bold “giant toenail and roof putt-putt” look pic.twitter.com/pUW7Hcbgix
— Alex Griswold (@HashtagGriswold) January 10, 2018
A group of University of Chicago professors also critiqued the center.
“This is a socially regressive plan . . . We also note that the Obama Center has abandoned its original plans to be a presidential library. It will be a private entity with no official connection to the National Archives,” the professors wrote.
Caught Red Handed: Clinton Supporters Tried to Buy Trump Accusations
The liars on the left can’t go a whole week without getting into trouble. Eight years of getting away with murder under Obama taught them terrible lessons. Now that they are out of power and the public is wise to their act, they don’t know what to do. So, they get crazier every week. This week, they were caught trying to bribe women to falsely accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct.
Lisa Bloom is an attorney who works for prominent liberals and occasionally one of their super PACs. She also famous for being the lawyer who worked for Harvey Weinstein to try to pay off or discredit his accusers.
In a recent episode among those occasional cases, she openly asked for money to vet possible sexual harassment accusations against Donald Trump. Setting aside the obvious partisan problems for the moment, legal vetting does cost money, so this might not be a brazen breach of justice. Within the past few months, a Republican group raised $10,000 to pay legal and associative fees for sexual misconduct victims. It’s a normal part of the process.
The red flags for Ms. Bloom appear when you look at the amount of money requested. Various donors supplied $700,000 to cover the costs of just two accusers.
The legal fees for taking a case to court can get expensive, but they shouldn’t run hundreds of thousands of dollars. The cost of simply vetting an accuser? There is no justification.
Here’s where things get a lot worse. Bloom went back to the donors because she didn’t have enough money. One of the two accusers openly stated that she would need $2 million to go public. The donations fell short.
Now, if you’re paying attention, you’ll notice that the wording on all of this is just ambiguous enough that it isn’t an admission of a crime. Still, we know the real truth. The Democrats are trying to bribe women to falsely accuse President Trump. They’re being smart and looking for women where at least the possibility would exist, and that limits their available sources. But, when you can’t buy a false accusation for $700,000 it might be time to take a long hard look at your party.