Trump’s Foreign Policy Isn’t What We Anticipated

President Donald Trump received a phone call from the president of Taiwan last December, and during this call, he implied the United States would no longer comply with the “One China” policy, his supporters applauded him as they took it as a sign of power. Trump is potentially disrupting tens of years of typically diplomatic procedures with this fragile issue as the introduction.

Last Thursday evening,  Donald Trump retreated; during a call with China’s President Xi Jinping, he assured China that he recognizes One China, a policy where the United States is complying to recognize a single Chinese government in Beijing and ends its diplomatic relationship with Taiwan, it has been active for 44 years.

President Trump went on to address Israel’s center. After attempting to appear as a defender of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who would put pressure on Israeli settlements in the West Bank, Trump warned Israelis this week that he wasn’t convinced that “going ahead with these settlements is a good thing for peace.”

Regarding Iran, President Trump threatened when he was the Republican nominee to shred the nuclear deal composed by former President Barack Obama. Senior advisers to the new President Trump asserted to the European Union’s top foreign policy official, Federica Mogherini, that the United States would fully comply with the previous agreement.

President Donald Trump is beginning to show his true intentions regarding foreign policy, further proving that his radical notions during his campaign were only a ploy to enter the White House.  Yesterday, Shinzo Abe, the Prime Minister of Japan, was welcomed into the White House by President Trump, who has described America’s relationship with Japan as a “cornerstone of peace and stability.” These words surely invoke questions considering they hardly resemble his threats during his campaign.

“Every president discovers that it looks different from the perspective of the Oval Office than it did on the campaign trail,” said Martin S. Indyk, the executive vice president of the Brookings Institution. “The fact that President Trump is proving flexible on some key foreign policy issues suggests he’s less ideologically driven than his early moves would imply.”

Trump Furious Over NY Times Report Revealing Dysfunctional Administration

President Donald Trump took to Twitter, his favorite outlet to the public, to lash out against NY Times regarding their reports revealing how dysfunctional the administration is. As typical, “fake news” remains the essential argument Trump uses as he struggles to dismiss the developing stories about the turmoil inside the White House.

Trump’s most recent attack was sent from Air Force One, which was heading to Florida, and referred to a NY Times report that contained the details of embarrassing moments and tensions occurring in the White House.

“The failing @nytimes writes total fiction concerning me. They have gotten it wrong for two years, and now are making up stories & sources!” Trump tweeted early today, refusing to acknowledge that information came directly from the administration’s top advisers.

The White House press secretary Sean Spicer explained Trump’s frustration with reports on the return flight to Washington, D.C. Spicer claimed the NY Times “so-called reporting” is “literally the epitome of fake news.”

Spicer continued the dispute with reporters arguing that the NY Times “unacceptable” report was filled with “blatant factual errors” and requested an apology on behalf of the President.

“From day one, back through the campaign and frankly his time as a successful businessman, always called the shots. He’s the decider,” Spicer stated about President Trump. “He’s the one who develops the policy, he’s the one who makes the decision, and I think there are so many times when you see things that don’t recognize that he is the guy that calls the shots. He develops the policies; he implements the policies, he makes the key decisions.”

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Fiery Crash Kills Woman San Bernardino

A woman was reporting a truck that almost drove her off the road to San Bernardino’s authorities when she was killed during a crash that left her car in flames.

San Bernardino police officers was directed to the intersection of North E and West 8th Street at around 11:30 p.m., according to San Bernardino authorities. Rachel Welch, the 38-year-old victim from Westminster, was declared dead at the scene.

Authorities said Welch was talking on the phone with a San Bernardino police dispatcher before the incident occurred.

“It appears that Ms. Welch was attempting to catch up to the truck prior to losing control of her vehicle,” according to dispatch.

A witness claims the woman was speeding when she lost control of the 1999 Chevrolet Lumina, veered onto northbound lanes then drove into a sidewalk that made her vehicle flip over and crash into a wall. The car burst into flames shortly after.

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Male Suspect Charged and Arrested for Killing Two-Year-Old Boy

53-year-old San Bernardino resident has been arrested for a hit-and-run crash that killed a 2-year-old boy in San Bernardino early September, California Highway Patrol stated Wednesday.

A family member described the tragedy to authorities; the boy had seen his uncle on the other side of the street and was jetting across to greet him when he was hit by a car. 53-year-old Jose Enrique Vasquez was arrested on suspicion of a felony hit-and-run crash that caused the death of 2-year-old Jonathan Montes, who was hit while he crossed the street in front of his home on September 1st.

California Highway Patrol investigators used video to determine the vehicle involved which was a Toyota Echo, Vasquez was later identified as the alleged driver who drove the vehicle, CHP Officer Brian Alvarez stated at a news conference Wednesday.

He added that Vasquez was driving the vehicle, that was registered to someone else who lived near the area of the San Bernardino crash. Vasquez does not have a California driver license.

It hasn’t been revealed whether drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash. The boy was declared brain dead two days after being hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. The boy sustained a broken neck, brain swelling, bruised kidneys, and fluid was filling the right lung. Vasquez was being held on a $50,000 bail at the West Valley Detention Center.

Authorities revealed the vehicle that struck the boy was traveling about 40 mph in a 25 mph zone. The collision sent the boy airborne, flying 100 feet before he landed on the pavement, according to investigators.

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San Bernardino Car Accident Kills 41-Year-Old Man

San Bernardino Police responded to a fatal car accident that occurred at the intersection of Del Rosa Avenue and Highland Avenue shortly after 10:00 p.m.

According to officials, there were three vehicles involved; a taxi cab, a Chevy Suburban, and a Honda Civic.  The taxicab was waiting for the red light to change at the intersection when it was violently rear-ended by the Chevy Suburban.  The force of the impact sent both cars into the intersection where they crashed into the Honda Civic, who was making a left turn onto Highland Avenue.

25-year-old Honda Civic driver was identified as Gloria Alva, she luckily only sustained minor injuries.  The driver of the taxi was transported to St. Bernadine’s Hospital for moderate injuries he received in the San Bernardino car accident. His passenger, 41-year-old Cesar Figueroa, unfortunately, was pronounced dead at the scene; he suffered severe injuries from the accident.

Police are now searching for the two individuals what were in the Chevy Suburban after they fled the scene on foot and remained at large.

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Seattle Police Department Cracks Down on Major Criminals In West Seattle

Seattle Police is now searching for more than 85 notorious criminals in the West Seattle area.  Police have identified and named all suspects, and now are on the hunt to bring them to justice.  All thanks to the help of local West Seattlites.

“If we can identify those wrongdoers out to commit crime and take things that don’t belong to them, then we can arrest them and have substantial impact on those crime numbers,” said Sean Whitcomb with the Seattle Police Department.

More than twenty-five of the eighty criminals have been arrested, and crime rates have decreased dramatically in some areas. Aggravated assaults have dropped by 30-percent year to date while home burglaries are down 10-percent, and car thefts have decreased by 6-percent.

Even though Seattle Police had surveillance and fingerprints of the criminals, they still depended on information from people of the West Seattle community.

If you have been charged with a criminal offense in Seattle, it’s important to contact a Seattle criminal defense attorney to ensure that you and your fights are protected.

Truck Crushes Car Killing Driver In Carolina, Virginia

64-year-old Beaverdam resident Gwendolyn Gray tragically lost her life in an accident that took place in Caroline, Virginia Wednesday morning.  The accident occurred off of Lady Smith Road when a truck carrying a heavy load of stumps and debris started to topple and lose control.  The driver 1995 Mack Truck was unable to gain control and proceed to crash on top of Gwendolyn’s 2007 Pontiac.  Authorities closed of Lady Smith Road while emergency crews worked around the clock to remove the debris while investigators looked into what cause the accident.  Gwendolyn was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident; police stated that she was killed on impact.

The driver of the Mack Truck was identified as 50-year-old Gary Hudson.  Apparently speed played a critical factor in the accident as well as the road being well known for accidents.  He was arrested and charged with reckless driving.

It is tragic that Gwendolyn lost her life that day, it is a reminder that accident can occur at anytime, and there’s no way to predict when one is coming.  If you or a family member have been charged with reckless driving or other traffic violation, contact our dedicated Virginia traffic lawyer today.

Heaviest Rainfall Ever Leaves Southern California In Havoc

In Southern California Tuesday Morning, on what appears to be the wettest day of the entire year, drivers are experiencing the frequent caution updates due to several heavy rig crashes throughout the highways.

California Highway Patrol Officer Francisco Villalobos stated there had been an increase in the accidents on local freeways. He added, “There have been multiple spinouts, overturned vehicles, jackknifed trucks and fender benders throughout the South.”

The latest incident was a Fed-Ex rig that jackknifed on the southbound lanes of the California 5 Freeway at the Antelope Valley 14 Freeway. Multiple lanes were closed by the crash, and traffic had been especially heavy on the 5 headed to the  14 Freeway.

Two SigAlerts were issued in the area, one about the Long Beach 710 Freeway where a semi overturned and collided with a vehicle, the driver of the semi later died due to injuries sustained during the crash. You can read more about the accident by clicking here. The other alert was for the northbound lanes at the Glenn Anderson 105 Freeway. There were also several incidents of flooding on the roadway and spinouts, at one point every lane of traffic, north and south, was closed, said CHP.

Another SigAlert was given, one about a big rig truck that jackknifed on the Ronald Reagan 118 Freeway at Hayvenhurst at about 3:15 a.m. and was blocking three lanes, CHP Officer Villalobos said. There were no reports of injuries. A SigAlert was given around 3:30 a.m. However, the roadway wasn’t cleared until 5:35 a.m.

Thanks to data collected by July 18th marked the all-time record of rainfall for the month of July for San Diego, CA. The total rainfall for the month of July surpassed the total combined rainfall of 101 Julys. From July 1914 to July 2014, there has been a total of 1.68 inches of rain, this passing July had a total of 1.70 inches of rain. San Diego shares it’s historical record-breaking rainfall with Los Angeles thanks to the former Hurricane Dolores.

The surreal amount of rainfall is caused for celebration as the North Western States experienced the dryest months of all time, however, the heavy rain has led to multiple bridge collapsions and floods, causing severe and several road accidents due to weather.

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