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Axios 06/16/2019 23:59
Hong Kong police began Monday trying to clear the streets of a few hundred who remained protesters near the city government headquarters after massive rallies the night before, AP reports. Details: The police said the demonstrators — many wearing gas masks after officers fired rubber bullets and tear gas at them in earlier clashes — could stay on the sidewalks as they asked for cooperation in clearing the roads, per AP. The big picture: Organizers estimate almost 2 million people attended Sunday's protest against a proposed bill that would see citizens on criminal charges extradited to China.
Axios 06/16/2019 20:56
ABC News spent 30 hours with President Trump for a wide-ranging interview in which he opened up about everything from his frustration with House Democrats to his breakfast habits. Details: In the interview, Trump insisted that Russia would prefer to have his 2016 Democratic rival Hillary Clinton as U.S. commander-in-chief.And he continued with unfounded claims that Clinton conspired with Russia, that his trade war is "allowing us to make great trade deals" and that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un "promised" him he wouldn't build nuclear weapons. This is a developing news story.
Axios 06/16/2019 18:36
Pete Buttigieg told "Axios on HBO" that "we've probably had excellent presidents who were gay — we just didn't know which ones.". Why it matters: Buttigieg, who is rising in polls and would be the first openly gay nominee of either party, talks easily about his sexual orientation when asked. This comment is a new window into his thinking. Transcript. "Axios on HBO:" "Republicans claimed that John Kerry was a traitor in Vietnam. That Barack Obama was a Muslim. If you were to win the nomination, they'll say you're too young, too liberal, too gay to be commander-in-chief. You are young. You are a liberal. You are gay. How will you respond?". Pete Buttigieg: "I'll respond by explaining where I want to lead this country. People will elect the perso.
Axios 06/16/2019 18:33
Social conservatives say they've gotten more from President Trump than from any other president. And a lot of it will last. The big picture: Activists and advocates are happy with Trump’s policies. They are thrilled about his judicial confirmations. But what has really sent them over the moon, they say, is the way he talks about them and their issues — loudly, constantly and without reservation. What they’re saying: “If I could just pick one, I would pick Trump every time. I would pick Trump over any other president in terms of his energy and his commitment and his follow-through,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, the president of the anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony List. Trump has overseen a hard push to the right on abortion, LGBTQ rights.
Axios 06/16/2019 18:31
Surging 2020 Democrat and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg tells "Axios on HBO" he wouldn't move the U.S. embassy in Israel back from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv if elected president: "I don't know that we'd gain much by moving it to Tel Aviv.". Why it matters: Many prominent Democrats excoriated President Trump for moving the embassy to Jerusalem. They said it would inflame the region and ruin chances for peace between the Palestinians and Israel. It's telling that a prominent 2020 Democrat, when pressed on the issue, wouldn't reverse Trump's decision. Transcript. "Axios on HBO:" "Would you move the U.S. Embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv?". Pete Buttigieg: "I think what's done is done and I don't think the Israelis believe that the U.S. needs to —"
Axios 06/16/2019 18:30
Pete Buttigieg told "Axios on HBO" that although he wasn't diagnosed with PTSD after returning from Afghanistan after a 7-month deployment in 2014, "there's a level of depression ... that I went through when I came back.". Why it matters: This is a new window into Buttigieg's unusual experience of serving as a 32-year-old, then returning to resume his job as mayor of South Bend, Indiana. "Of course, it's the effect of having been exposed to danger," Buttigieg said during an interview at his campaign HQ in South Bend, Ind. "I think, also, some moral pressure," he continued. "Any time, in any way, you are even remotely involved in killing, it takes something out of you, and it takes a lot of work to process that.". Buttigieg, who was an intelli.
Axios 06/16/2019 15:28
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman hosted a special ceremony Sunday to dedicate new town in the Golan Heights called "Ramat Trump," or "Trump Heights" in English. The only problem is that for now, this is only a "paper town," meaning it does not yet exist and is not even in planning stages. Why it matters: This is a public relations stunt meant for a domestic audience on the backdrop of the upcoming elections. It's also significant for foreign policy reasons, however, with a target audience of one — President Trump. Trump's recognition of the Golan Heights in March gave a dramatic boost to Netanyahu's election campaign. Netanyahu will need Trump's help again soon with the new Septembe.
Axios 06/16/2019 14:11
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki wants rules. " From a policy standpoint, we need to be consistent," Wojcicki told Axios' Ina Fried on Monday. "If we took down that content, there would be so much other content that we would need to take down.". The state of play: There are two kinds of enforcement mechanisms. Silicon Valley engineers naturally gravitate towards rules-based systems: If this, then that. Once you set the rules, the job of enforcing them becomes routine. The alternative is a principles-based system. In the legal system, principles can be found in areas like sentencing guidelines or even the "reasonable doubt" test. The big picture: YouTube's rules-based system is not working . Malign creators like Steven Crowder are effectively gamin.
Axios 06/16/2019 13:14
They were called "unicorns" for a reason: No one really knew whether Silicon Valley's fabled billion-dollar valuations were real, or whether they were a mixture of delusion and financial engineering that would evaporate upon contact with harsh public-market realities. Flashback: An influential paper in 2017 declared that, properly valued, most so-called unicorns were actually worth less than $1 billion.
Axios 06/16/2019 11:39
Saudi Arabia has joined the U.S., Israel and the United Kingdom in blaming Iran for attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week, the Washington Post reports. Why it matters: Tensions between the U.S. and Iran have ratcheted up once again after the threat of war seemed to have subsided in recent weeks, with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo telling Fox News Sunday: "We’ve taken a handful of actions to increase the opportunity to convince Iran that these actions aren’t in their best interest.
Axios 06/16/2019 09:04
President Trump has accused people or entities of committing treason at least 24 times since he was elected, according to a Factba.se record of his comments. His most recent target is the New York Times, which published a story on Saturday reporting that the U.S. is stepping up its online attacks on Russia's power grid. Do you believe that the Failing New York Times just did a story stating that the United States is substantially increasing Cyber Attacks on Russia. This is a virtual act of Treason by a once great paper so desperate for a story, any story, even if bad for our Country. Why it matters: Treason is one of the most serious crimes an American can commit, and is punishable by death. The president freely using the term to attack his.
Axios 06/16/2019 02:40
Hundreds of protesters took to Hong Kong's streets Sunday to call for the city’s leader to resign, a day after she indefinitely suspended a bill that would allow extradition to mainland China following mass demonstrations, Reuters reports. Details: The protesters also want Chief Executive Carrie Lam to permanently to guarantee the bill will never be introduced, per the BBC .
Axios 06/14/2019 12:32
NBC set Friday the lineups for the first round of the 2020 Democratic candidates that will take place on June 26 and 27 in Miami. Details: A random drawing, which was closed to the press but attended by campaign officials, took place at NBC's 30 Rock offices in New York and looked to randomly divide the lineup for both debate nights between the candidates polling above and below 2%. June 26: Cory Booker, Julián Castro, Bill de Blasio, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Jay Inslee, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O'Rourke, Tim Ryan, and Elizabeth Warren. June 27: Michael Bennet, Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamala Harris, John Hickenlooper, Bernie Sanders, Eric Swalwell, Marianne Williamson, and Andrew Yang. Go deeper:. What you need to know ab.
Axios 06/14/2019 10:08
Two big forces are tugging on the global oil market: the weakening global economy and rising geopolitical tensions over tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman. Where it stands: The weakening economy is carrying a lot of weight despite the spike in tensions from the U.S. blaming Iran for yesterday's violence near the Strait of Hormuz, which is the world's biggest oil choke point. Prices, which rose after the attacks, dipped Friday as the International Energy Agency cut its estimate for 2019 oil demand growth to 1.2 million barrels per day. They've since recovered some ground but are still down overall this week. Why it matters: The muted price response despite the tanker attacks is likely a sign of the faltering global economy. "World trade grow.
Axios 06/14/2019 10:06
Huawei's U.S. security chief Andy Purdy says the U.S. is right to want to make sure its networks are secure. But he maintains that, in the quarrel the Trump administration has picked with his company, it has focused on the wrong things and mixed up trade issues with security concerns. What they're saying: "I don’t trust anybody. We cannot and should not trust anybody," said Purdy, who was an assistant U.S. attorney and acting director of the U.S. national cybersecurity division before joining Huawei in 2012 . "That’s the way we make America safer.". Details: Rather than simply exclude Huawei from U.S. networks, Purdy encouraged the government to sit down with the Chinese network vendor and create a system to ensure its products are safe. "Th.
Axios 06/14/2019 09:23
President Trump spent 50 minutes of his 73rd birthday on the phone with the hosts of "Fox & Friends" Thursday — the latest in a series of free-wheeling interviews with one of his favorite TV shows . The big picture: The chat covered the hottest topics of the news cycle — from Sarah Sanders' White House departure to Kellyanne Conway's Hatch Act violation — and Trump even managed to break some news on the border . Trump used the call to clarify his statement that " there isn't anything wrong with listening " to intelligence on political opponents gathered by foreign nations, arguing that it would be impossible to know whether something should be reported to law enforcement without first looking at it. "First of all, I don't think anybody woul.
Axios 06/14/2019 08:05
President Trump told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos that former White House counsel Don McGahn's testimony to special counsel Robert Mueller "doesn't matter.". Why it matters: McGahn's testimony backed some of the Mueller report's potential episodes of obstruction of justice . McGahn, who is cited in the Mueller report more than any other witness, is currently not complying with House Judiciary subpoenas on instruction from the White House . Mueller's report details how Trump instructed McGahn to have Mueller removed as special counsel. Refusals from McGahn — and other top White House staffers — to obey presidential directives are part of the reason that Trump may have avoided obstructing justice. What Trump's saying , on Mueller and McGahn.

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