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Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera on Wednesday ahead of his European tour, with visits to Italy, Monaco and France.
Though far apart from each other, China and ancient Rome were linked by the old Silk Road over 2,000 years ago, Xi said in the ar
ticle, mentioning the cultural exchanges between the two countries in the distant past.
He said Beijing is willing to deepen cooperation with Rome in such areas as land and marine transportation, avia
tion, aerospace and cultural exchanges to build the Belt and Road in the new era.
“I’m willing to avail myself of this visit to work with Italian lea
ders on the blueprint of Sino-Italian relations and lead the ties into the new era,” Xi said.
He called on the two sides to tap more potential for partnership
in port logistics, shipping, energy, telecommunications and medicine, and encourage enterprises fr
om both countries to develop third-party cooperation to seek mutual benefit and win-win results.
You seem determined to prove my point. Good for you! #NarcissisticPersonalityDisorder.”
In another tweet, he simply wrote, “You. Are. Nuts.”
While politically opposed couples are far from an oddity in Washington
, it is unprecedented for a sitting president to publicly criticize an aide’s spouse. Likew
ise, it is unprecedented for an aide’s spouse to question the mental health of a sitting president.
Kellyanne Conway’s allies, including Trump and his 2020 campaign manager Bra
d Parscale, fired back earlier this week, with the President calling him a “total loser.”
Long a top Trump defender, she sided with her boss, telling reporters
she did not share her husband’s concerns that Trump’s mental health is deteriorating.
Kellyanne Conway: How she became the ultimate Trump White House survivor
“I have four kids and I was getting them out of the house this morning to talk to the Presid
ent about substance so I may not be up to speed on all of them (his tweets),” she said Monday.
In interviews with The New York Times and The Washington Post on Tuesday, George Conwa
y said he uses Twitter as an outlet for his frustrations with the administration so he doesn’t argue with his wife at home.
Agreement. This is where the prospect of a lengthy delay plays into the thinking of some.
A long delay presents the UK, potentially, with a choice. If it is to take part in the European elections, then it must legislate to do so before April 11. In that scenario, the
EU could propose a longish delay of around two years, with a fixed end point, but with a neat get-out clause. Were the Hous
e of Commons to approve May’s Brexit deal within that period, the UK would flip out of the EU and the Article 50 ex
tension would be reincarnated as the two-year transition, as per the current Withdrawal Agreement.
If that all sounds a little fiddly, here it is in simpler language. UK lawmakers would be presented with a choice of voti
ng to leave the EU with a deal that they may not love, or remain as a full member state and what that leads to is any
one’s guess: A general election, another referendum — take your pick of undesirable outcomes.
All of this was complicated further on Monday, when the Speaker of the House of Commons lobbed in a constitutional hand g
renade. John Bercow pronounced that Theresa May could not bring her Brexit deal back for a new vote in Parl
iament without the question being asked sufficiently differently from the one defeated last week.
after he tweeted in August that he had secured funding to take the company private. It was eventually revealed that while
he’d spoken with investors, he hadn’t secured anything. The SEC said the tweet was “false and misleading.”
The settlement allowed Musk to stay on as CEO, but he had to give up his role as chair
man of Tesla. He and Tesla were fined a total of $40 million, which Musk paid himself.
The US District Court for Southern New York, which approved
the original settlement in October, will decide whether Musk’s February 19 tweet viol
ated the deal.While you were living your life on December 18th, 2018, a giant space rock exploded 16 miles above the Ea
rth’s surface, giving off 10 times the energy of the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima. No big deal.
The event is properly called a “fireball,” NASA’s term for “exceptionally bright meteors that are spectacular enough to to be seen over a very wide area.”
With an impact energy of 173 kilotons, December’s fireball was the second-most powerful to enter Earth’s atmosp
here in 30 years. You may recall the first — it was that huge, blinding fireball that rocked parts of Russia in 2013.