“wake up” and demand gun control in the US.—Madonna.

Madonna has urged her fans to “wake up” and demand gun control in the US.

The Queen of Pop, 60, has previously criticised President Donald Trump for failing to act on the issue.

In a social media post, the veteran singer asked her 2.5 million followers to “honour the victims” of gun violence.

 

 

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On Twitter, she wrote:

“This is your wake up call. Gun violence disproportionately affects children, teenagers and the marginalized in our communities.

Wake up and insist on common-sense gun safety legislation. Innocent lives depend on it. Join me in supporting the following organizations: @Everytown @AMarch4OurLives @GAGnoguns @sandyhook @HRC @TheTaskForce @TransEquality @NCADV @1Pulse4America @SUPGVNetwork @MPJInstitute

— Madonna (@Madonna)
June 26, 2019

 

“Honor the victims and demand GUN CONTROL. NOW. Volunteer, stand up, donate, reach out.”

In a second tweet, she said:

“Wake up and insist on common-sense gun safety legislation. Innocent lives depend on it.”

She also urged her fans to follow a number of organisations including Sandy Hook Promise, which trains students to recognise signs of gun violence, and the US advocacy group National Centre for Transgender Equality.

This is your wake up call!………..

GOD CONTROL drops today..,,…….., Madame ❌ @nunoxico #godcontrol #madamex pic.twitter.com/mRxTuvtwfi

— Madonna (@Madonna)
June 26, 2019
The message came as she unveiled the graphic video for her single God Control, which depicts a shooting at a fictional disco club called the Globe.

The eight-minute video may be in reference to the 2016 mass shooting at the gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando.

 

 

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The video begins with a message which reads:

“The video you are about to see is very disturbing. It shows graphic scenes of gun violence.

“But it’s happening every day. And it has to stop.”

 

 

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Do you know that Donald Trump is forgetful?

Donald Trump had to be rescued from a tricky moment by his wife, Melania, when he failed to recognise a statue at Buckingham Palace that he had given the Queen last summer.
The US president was shown a pewter horse that he gave as a gift when they met in July last year, and was asked whether he recognised it. He replied “no”.
Melania came to his rescue, saying: “I think we gave that to the Queen.”
He had given the thoroughbred statue in polished pewter on his visit to Windsor.

 

It happened as the Queen was showing the president and First Lady around an exhibition at the palace picture gallery of American artefacts.It happened as the Queen was showing the president and First Lady around an exhibition at the palace picture gallery of American artefacts.

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Slide 1 of 59: The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are greeted by US President Donald Trump and wife Melania outside Winfield House, the residence of the Ambassador of the United States of America to the UK, in Regent’s Park, London, for the Return Dinner as part of his state visit to the UK. (Photo by )
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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are on a three-day state visit to the United Kingdom.
(Pictured) The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall are greeted by President Donald Trump and wife Melania outside Winfield House, the residence of the Ambassador of the United States of America to the UK, in Regent’s Park, London on June 4.
Donald Trump had to be rescued from a tricky moment by his wife, Melania, when he failed to recognise a statue at Buckingham Palace that he had given the Queen last summer.
The US president was shown a pewter horse that he gave as a gift when they met in July last year, and was asked whether he recognised it. He replied “no”.
Melania came to his rescue, saying: “I think we gave that to the Queen.”
He had given the thoroughbred statue in polished pewter on his visit to Windsor.

© Samir Hussein/WireImage) President Donald Trump og førstedamen Melania Trump.
It happened as the Queen was showing the president and First Lady around an exhibition at the palace picture gallery of American artefacts.

Among the items she showed them were aisit.

The president appeared to grasp only the monarch’s fingers in his fist as he was welcomed to the Palace.

 

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Queen Elizabeth welcome Donald Trump on UK Soil.

The Queen has met every US president of her reign so far – except for one – and now prepares to welcome Donald Trump on UK soil again.

The monarch has played a pivotal role in the UK’s relationship with America over the decades.

And Mr Trump’s state visit, which starts today, is the third by an American president to the UK, following George W Bush’s in 2003 and Barack Obama’s in 2011.

Although Elizabeth II never met Lyndon B Johnson, who took over in 1963 following John F Kennedy’s assassination, she has built strong relationships with various US leaders.

But Mr Trump’s state visit is by far the most expensive in British history – costing taxpayers an estimated £40million in security costs.

Harry S Truman

In 1951, a young Princess Elizabeth – unknowingly three months away from becoming Queen – went to Washington and saw President Harry S Truman, who was still in the Oval Office when she acceded to the throne.

Dwight D Eisenhower

During her first state visit to America in 1957, now Queen, she met Dwight D Eisenhower.

They met again in Canada in 1959 and travelled on the Royal Yacht Britannia together.

The Queen was said to have had an affectionate relationship with Mr Eisenhower, who was even invited to stay at the Queen’s Scottish hideaway, Balmoral Castle.

John F Kennedy

The glamorous JFK and his wife Jackie dined with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace in June 1961.

Jackie Kennedy was invited to lunch with the Queen at the palace a year later while she was on a private visit to London, and the pair bonded over their love of horses.

Lyndon B Johnson

Mr Johnson, then vice president, took over after Mr Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.

He was president until 1969 – but the Queen never met him, and he died in 1973.

Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon dined with the Queen at Buckingham Palace in February 1969.

The Queen also met Mr Nixon at Chequers in October 1970 and was photographed with him outside the prime minister’s official country residence.

Gerald Ford

In 1976, during the US bicentennial, the Queen met Gerald Ford in the US, and they danced together at the state dinner in the White House.

Jimmy Carter

In 1977, the monarch was pictured in a billowing, wide-sleeved yellow gown alongside Jimmy Carter, in a black tie and tuxedo, when he came to London.

Ronald Reagan

Ronald and Nancy Reagan stayed at the Queen’s favourite home, Windsor Castle, in 1982.

The monarch and the former film star shared a bond through their love of horses and rode side by side in Windsor Great Park.

Both looked relaxed and informal in jodhpurs and riding boots, with the Queen dressed down in her headscarf.

She also met Mr Reagan during an official visit to America’s West Coast in 1983.

George Bush Snr

George Bush Snr had lunch with the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 1989.

She also visited him in the US in 1991 – the trip that led to “Podiumgate” – when all that could be seen of the Queen above the lectern when she was delivering an address on the White House lawn was her hat.

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary met the Queen several times, including in December 2000 when, along with daughter Chelsea, they visited Buckingham Palace.

George W Bush

George W Bush visited the head of state at the palace in July 2001.

Two years later, in November 2003, Mr Bush paid an official state visit – the first by a US leader – and the Queen gave him a wide smile as they shook hands at her London residence.

He was honoured with a state banquet in the palace ballroom.

The Queen’s London home had been the site of a major security breach the same day, when Daily Mirror reporter Ryan Parry revealed he had been working undercover as a footman at the royal residence for two months.

Parry claimed he was given the chance to get close enough to the Queen to have poisoned her, and he took pictures of the monarch’s plastic breakfast containers, and the bed in which US President Bush and his wife Laura were to sleep.

The visit was also met with large protests over the Iraq War.

When the Queen encountered Mr Bush again, in Washington DC in 2007, the president winked at her after making a gaffe.

At a welcome ceremony on the south lawn of the White House, he mixed up his dates in a speech – almost ageing the Queen by 200 years.

Turning to the Queen and winking, he joked to his audience: “She gave me a look that only a mother could give a child.”

Mr Bush – in 2008 – was also received by the Queen at Windsor Castle.

Barack Obama

The Queen’s relationship with Barack Obama was a warm and friendly one.

They hit it off after a reception ahead of the G20 summit in 2009.

The Queen and First Lady Michelle Obama acted like old friends when they put their arms around each other at the end of the event.

In her memoir, Becoming, Mrs Obama said they had just agreed that a long day wearing heels had left them with sore feet.

We were just “two tired ladies oppressed by our shoes”, she added.

A successful state visit to the UK followed in 2011 and the Obamas forged a strong bond with the Queen and her wider family – particularly Prince Harry , now the Duke of Sussex, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The Obamas even dropped in to see the Queen the day after her 90th birthday.

The Duke of Edinburgh, then 94, drove the couple the short distance to Windsor Castle after their Marine One presidential helicopter touched down on the manicured lawns of the royal residence.

The Obamas also met Prince George, who was ready for bed in his dressing gown, ahead of dinner with William, Kate and Harry at Kensington Palace.

Donald Trump

Mr Trump was accorded a guard of honour and had tea with the Queen at Windsor Castle in July 2018.

As the Queen and the president walked across the lawn of the quadrangle to view the troops, the monarch appeared to gesture and point several times for him to move closer to the front line of soldiers.

Mr Trump moved slightly nearer, but then stood still in front of the Queen, meaning the monarch had to navigate her way around him so they could walk side by side.

He later said of the sovereign in an interview: “That is a beautiful woman.”

The billionaire-turned-politician’s controversial state visit from June 3 to June 5 includes a ceremonial welcome at Buckingham Palace, lunch with

the Queen and the Duke of Sussex, tea with the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House, and a grand state banquet in the palace ballroom.

 

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Trump says will award Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom

WASHINGTON, April 15 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said he would award Tiger Woods the Presidential Medal of Freedom after the golfer won the Masters for the fifth time on Sunday.

“Spoke to @TigerWoods to congratulate him on the great victory he had in yesterday’s @TheMasters, & to inform him that because of his incredible Success & Comeback in Sports (Golf) and, more importantly, LIFE, I will be presenting him with the PRESIDENTIAL MEDAL OF FREEDOM,” Trump tweeted.

The victory on Sunday was one of the greatest comebacks in sports history, as the 43-year-old ended an 11-year major title drought having overcome personal and professional setbacks including a highly-public divorce and multiple surgeries.

The one-stroke win at Augusta National led to an outpouring of support from sports greats and politicians including Trump.

Trump, an avid golfer, and Woods have played together in the past including in February when the pair joined golf great Jack Nicklaus for a round at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida.

Trump appeared to follow the action at this year’s Masters closely, tweeting well-wishes to the field on Saturday and encouraging people to tune in when Woods had the lead with just two holes left to play on Sunday.

“Congratulations to @TigerWoods, a truly Great Champion!” Trump tweeted shortly after Woods sank a short putt to secure his 15th major title.

“Love people who are great under pressure. What a fantastic life comeback for a really great guy!” he added later.

The medal is the highest civilian honor in the United States and is given annually to people who have made outstanding contributions to the security or national interests of the country, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.

Since taking office Trump has given the award to several athletes including former professional NFL players Roger Staubach and Alan Page and late professional baseball player George Herman “Babe” Ruth, Jr.

 

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THE MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE.–(5 minutes read)

I authored and published this article yesterday as a personal view in response to the waves of reactions and responses that trail and accompanied President Donald Trump’s unguarded statement concerning President Muhammadu Buhari in which he called President Muhammadu Buhari a lifeless President.

 

This has generated series of reaction and the social media is overwhelmed by this trending issue that is unexpected to be traceable to a leader that the whole world is holding in high esteem.

This is a stain to the essence of good leadership that is quite missing and unavailable presently in the entire world.

 

The way and manner by which leadership is being portrayed by those occupying the seat of power is below expectation.

 

In the history of mankind,I doubt if there has ever be any world leader that has a loose tongue and blessed with uncontrolled vulgar utterances like the current occupier of the oval office.

 

Last week,he labelled one of his aide who resigned from her appointment as “dog” and now,he pounced and bounced on our dear President and tagged him as a “lifeless President ”

 

What could have warrant this display of immaturity by someone the entire world hold in high esteem.

 

In the course of his campaign,he was like that but we thought that those were the necessary jibes needed by him to garner momentum and support that will make him an American President but years after,he has not change in anyway.

 

Even though he might be lifeless and not pragmatic, this assertion should be an internal observation that an outsider or a foreigner should stay away from making such an irresponsible president.

 

 

This level of derogatory assertion from President Donald Trump is uncalled for and it is a slap to the dignity of humanity a person of his timber and caliber is expected to protect and preserve.

 

Leadership is not about giving a bad name to others in the name of making a point which might trigger confusion and established a wrong signal into the minds of those who are seeing such a leader as a role model.

 

A leader should not in any way descend so low to the point at which all he could do is to tag his fellow leader with an unprintable name that is meant to pull him down.

 

It is high time people of good conscience across the length and breadth of the world speak against the barbaric nature and manner at which President Donald Trump keeps handling the affairs of governance in the white house.

 

He descended to the low level of name calling last year when he started calling the paramount ruler of the North Korean Kingdom the rocket man.

 

A leader occupying such an exalted seat of governance is not expected to be as cheap as President Donald Trump is.His approach to handling any issue that has to do with dignity of every human needs to be examined and checked.

In conclusion, if President Muhammadu Buhari is lifeless,I can categorically state that President Donald Trump is immature and irresponsible.

 

The man in the white house must be cautioned.

 

©mlstcommunications 2018

 

©mlstmedia 2018

THE MAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE.–(5 minutes read)

I authored and published this article yesterday as a personal view in response to the waves of reactions and responses that trail and accompanied President Donald Trump’s unguarded statement concerning President Muhammadu Buhari in which he called President Muhammadu Buhari a lifeless President.

 

This has generated series of reaction and the social media is overwhelmed by this trending issue that is unexpected to be traceable to a leader that the whole world is holding in high esteem.

This is a stain to the essence of good leadership that is quite missing and unavailable presently in the entire world.

 

The way and manner by which leadership is being portrayed by those occupying the seat of power is below expectation.

 

In the history of mankind,I doubt if there has ever be any world leader that has a loose tongue and blessed with uncontrolled vulgar utterances like the current occupier of the oval office.

 

Last week,he labelled one of his aide who resigned from her appointment as “dog” and now,he pounced and bounced on our dear President and tagged him as a “lifeless President ”

 

What could have warrant this display of immaturity by someone the entire world hold in high esteem.

 

In the course of his campaign,he was like that but we thought that those were the necessary jibes needed by him to garner momentum and support that will make him an American President but years after,he has not change in anyway.

 

Even though he might be lifeless and not pragmatic, this assertion should be an internal observation that an outsider or a foreigner should stay away from making such an irresponsible president.

 

 

This level of derogatory assertion from President Donald Trump is uncalled for and it is a slap to the dignity of humanity a person of his timber and caliber is expected to protect and preserve.

 

Leadership is not about giving a bad name to others in the name of making a point which might trigger confusion and established a wrong signal into the minds of those who are seeing such a leader as a role model.

 

A leader should not in any way descend so low to the point at which all he could do is to tag his fellow leader with an unprintable name that is meant to pull him down.

 

It is high time people of good conscience across the length and breadth of the world speak against the barbaric nature and manner at which President Donald Trump keeps handling the affairs of governance in the white house.

 

He descended to the low level of name calling last year when he started calling the paramount ruler of the North Korean Kingdom the rocket man.

 

A leader occupying such an exalted seat of governance is not expected to be as cheap as President Donald Trump is.His approach to handling any issue that has to do with dignity of every human needs to be examined and checked.

In conclusion, if President Muhammadu Buhari is lifeless,I can categorically state that President Donald Trump is immature and irresponsible.

 

The man in the white house must be cautioned.

 

©mlstcommunications 2018

 

©mlstmedia 2018

MLST NEWS:TRUMP WITH HIS DIRTY UTTERANCES

Omarosa Manigault Newman worked as an aide to the president at the White House before she was sacked.

 

US president Donald Trump has called his former adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman a “dog”.

Ms Manigault Newman has released several audio recordings from her time as an assistant to Mr Trump at the White House, including one with the president in which he said nobody told him she had been fired.

The president’s former TV co-star on The Apprentice also said she has heard audio tape of Mr Trump using the N-word.

On Tuesday, Mr Trump tweeted: “When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!”

That is a reference to Mr Trump’s White House chief of staff, retired general John Kelly, who sacked Ms Manigault Newman in December 2017 in a conversation she viewed as a “threat”.

Mr Trump has also retaliated after Ms Manigault Newman claimed she had heard an audio tape of him using racial slurs while they worked on The Apprentice.

 

Donald J. Trump

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When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!

He tweeted that he had received a call from the producer of The Apprentice, assuring him “there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa”.

The president insisted: “I don’t have that word in my vocabulary, and never have.”

He said Ms Manigault Newman had called him “a true Champion of Civil Rights” – until she was sacked.

Ms Manigault Newman, the former White House liaison to black voters, writes in her new memoir that she had heard such tapes existed. She said on Sunday that she had listened to one.

Earlier, Mr Trump accused Ms Manigault Newman of being “wacky” and “not smart” after his former co-star revealed her recording of a phone conversation with the president.

Ms Manigault Newman came under stinging criticism after releasing audio recordings (AP)

Beyond their war of words, the row touched on several sensitive issues in Mr Trump’s White House, including a lack of racial diversity among senior officials, security in the executive mansion, a culture that some there feel borders on paranoia and the extraordinary measures used to keep ex-employees quiet.

In an unusual admission, Mr Trump acknowledged that the public sparring was perhaps beneath a person in his position, tweeting that he knew it was “not presidential” to take on “a lowlife like Omarosa”.

But he added: “This is a modern day form of communication and I know the Fake News Media will be working overtime to make even Wacky Omarosa look legitimate as possible. Sorry!”

The dispute has been building for days as Ms Manigault Newman promotes her memoir Unhinged, which was officially released on Tuesday.

Ms Manigault Newman alongside presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway (AP)

In a series of interviews on NBC, Ms Manigault Newman also revealed two audio recordings from her time at the White House, including portions of a recording of her firing by Mr Kelly, which she said occurred in the high-security Situation Room. She also released a tape of a phone call with Mr Trump after she was fired.

Ms Manigault Newman says she has more recordings. Asked on MSNBC’s Hardball if special counsel Robert Mueller – who is investigating possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia – would be interested in any of them, she said: “If his office calls again, anything they want, I’ll share.”

Mr Trump’s officials and a number of outside critics have denounced the recordings as a serious breach of ethics and security – and White House aides worried about what else Ms Manigault Newman may have captured in the West Wing.

The tape recording appears to show Mr Trump expressing surprise about her sacking, saying: “Nobody even told me about it.” Ms Manigault Newman said he “probably instructed General Kelly to do it”.

Ms Manigault Newman was sacked as director of communications for the White House office of public liaison (AP)

On Twitter, Mr Trump declared that she had been “fired for the last time”, a reference to her appearances on his reality TV show. He said Mr Kelly had called her a “loser & nothing but problems”, although he himself had tried to save her job – because he liked her public comments about him.

“I told him to try working it out, if possible, because she only said GREAT things about me – until she got fired!” Mr Trump tweeted.

Responding on NBC, Ms Manigault Newman said: “I think it’s sad that with all the things that’s going on in the country that he would take time out to insult me and to insult my intelligence.”

She added: “This is his pattern with African-Americans.”

First lady Melania Trump, meanwhile, is disappointed that Ms Manigault Newman “is lashing out and retaliating in such a self-serving way, especially after all the opportunities given to her by the president”, according to White House spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham.

Press Association

 

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MLST NEWS:Trump meets Kim Jong Un:Date and location set for historic summit

The US President says he has had “substantive talks” with Pyongyang, insisting “very good things” are now on the way

 

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MLST NEWS:Trump meets Kim Jong Un:Date and location set for historic summit

The US President says he has had “substantive talks” with Pyongyang, insisting “very good things” are now on the way

 

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