Manafort’s case, and the investigations into Craig and other high-profile consultants who worked with Manafort, have left Washington’s K Street lobbying corridor scrambling to deal with the heightened scrutiny.
Reiterating how he is happy to be in love with just one woman, his wife Michelle, Obama said, "I mean why are you all like...you seem stressed that you got be acting that way. Because I've got one woman, who I'm very happy with."
Yet if Obama has all but officially taken a vow of neutrality, he remains the party’s most convincing model for success at the national level, and continues to shape the mindset and strategy of Democratic presidential candidates.
Describing Michelle Obama as "one of a kind", Barack Obama shared an old photo of the couple taken in Kenya and it took fans down memory lane and they couldn't stop gushing how they gave the world relationship goals.
Pompeo is touring the region to try to explain U.S. strategy after Trump's surprise announcement last month of an abrupt withdrawal of all 2,000 U.S. troops from Syria, which rattled allies, shocked top U.S. officials and prompted US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis's resignation.
When free and fair elections were held in 1994, Nelson Mandela became president with an overwhelming majority support. He was to retire in 1999, although he continued to be an active part of South African public and moral life.
A Sadhu or a Hindu holy man during a prayer ceremony at the Simhastha Kumbh Mela in Ujjain; Much of India is reeling under a weeks long heat wave and severe drought conditions that have decimated crops, killed livestock and left at least 330 million Indians without enough water for their daily needs.
The palace released a series of photos showing everyone chatting in the drawing room of William and Kate's home, and of Obama kneeling in front of George, who appeared ready for bed in pajamas and a robe.
Malia Obama walks with her father President Barack Obama; Confetti falls down during the conclusion of the American Idol Grand Finale; flooded road after heavy rain on the outskirts of Peshawar, Pakistan.
U.S. President Barack Obama (at podium) delivers his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress in Washington, Pope Francis (C) waves as he arrives to lead the weekly audience at the Paul VI hall at the Vatican.
New Delhi, Feb 23 (ANI): United States Ambassador to India, Richard Verma, said the military assistance to Pakistan has gone down shortly days after India expressed its disappointment over Barack Obama administration's decision to sell Pakistan eight F-16 fighter jets. Briefing the media at the fourth annual lecture of Indian Association of Foreign Affairs Correspondents in New Delhi, Verma said the assistance to Islamabad was to address a specific counter militancy and counter insurgency threat. As the US goes to polls later this year, Verma said the relations between India and the U.S. would be topmost priority for the next president.