Hillary Clinton Practiced Resisting Trump Hugs During Debate Prep

Hillary Clinton Practiced Resisting Trump Hugs During Debate Prep

Going into the first debate in the 2016 presidential election, it was unclear how candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would handle their very public, very high-pressure initial greeting at the event. Trump then tried to pull him in for a hug. And, well, we'll just let you watch her reaction... Comey, who Wittes said "stood in the back, right in front of the drapes, hoping Trump wouldn't notice him camouflaged against the wall", went to shake Trump's hand.

Russia Foreign Minister Denies Talking to Trump about Comey

At first, the White House said Trump fired Comey based on the recommendation of the Justice Department, and because of Comey's handling of the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton past year. Mr Comey initially believed that he could instruct the new President in what was appropriate during their communications, but later became convinced the President was intending to try and affect the direction of the investigation, the source told the United States broadcaster.

Eddie Izzard backs Jeremy Corbyn as he reveals political ambitions

And Izzard issued his support for Labour leader Mr Corbyn, saying he "believes in what he [Corbyn] says". Can't we as a society, as a country, as a people do things differently and better? "I tell you what, since this election started thousands of people have joined the Labour Party".

Eddie Izzard Reveals Political Vision As He Backs Jeremy Corbyn

Did MI5 open a file on Jeremy Corbyn? "It was then decided whether we should open a permanent file on them". A file would be opened on "someone who sympathises with a certain group, or is friends with a specific person" and the goal was to "assess whether the person was a threat", he added.

Under fire at home, Trump in Saudi on first foreign trip

With controversy surrounding alleged ties between his campaign and Russian Federation looming in the U.S., President Trump arriving in Saudi Arabia where he received a lavish royal welcome. Saudi Arabia's state oil giant Saudi Aramco signed $50 billion of deals with 11 USA oil companies, including Haliburton, Jacob's, Schlumberger, Emerson, Honeywell and McDermott International.