Trump says ‘ask her psychiatrist’ when asked if Elizabeth Warren believes she can win 2020 election – The Independent

3
89
Trump says ‘ask her psychiatrist’ when asked if Elizabeth Warren believes she can win 2020 election – The Independent

Donald Trump told an interviewer he should consult Elizabeth Warren’s “psychiatrist”, when asked if the Democratic senator believed she can win the presidency in 2020.

In what appeared to be a deliberate attempt to get inside his potential challenger’s head on the day she announced she had formed an exploratory committee to consider a White House bid, the president repeated his claim that he would love to run against her.

“She did very badly in proving that she was of Indian heritage,” Mr Trump told Fox News in an interview broadcast on New Year’s eve. “That didn’t work out too well. I think you have more than she does and maybe I do, too. And I have nothing. So, you know, we’ll see how she does. I wish her well. I hope she does well. I’d love to run against her.”


Join Independent Minds

For exclusive articles, events and an advertising-free read for just
£5.99
€6.99
$9.99
a month

Get the best of The Independent

With an Independent Minds subscription for just
£5.99
€6.99
$9.99
a month

Get the best of The Independent

Without the ads – for just
£5.99
€6.99
$9.99
a month

Asked directly if he thought she believed she could win, he replied: “Well, that I don’t know. You’d have to ask her psychiatrist.”

The president has repeatedly attacked the 69-year-old senator from Massachusetts, racistly referring to her as “Pocahontas”, after she claimed he had Native American ancestry. In a move that led many observers to question Ms Warren’s political skills, she underwent a DNA test that showed it she had some Native American genes after the president challenged her to.

The president claimed, incorrectly, the test showed she only had 1/1024 indigenous DNA, while some Native Americans were insulted and accused Ms Warren of misunderstanding what it meant to be a member of the Native American community.

Speaking to reporters on Monday in Boston, Mr Warren avoided responding to questions about the DNA controversy, the Mailonline reported. 


Support free-thinking journalism and subscribe to Independent Minds

“I’m in this fight because I understand what’s happening to working families,” she said.

Ms Warren announced her formation of an exploratory committee in an email to supporters on Monday morning, becoming the first major Democrat to do so. Establishing such a committee is the first formal step towards any White House run.

left
Created with Sketch.





















right
Created with Sketch.





















1/50 31 December 2018

Fireworks explode over the Sydney Harbour during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney

AP

2/50 30 December 2018

Bangladeshi army personnel drive a military vehicle through a street adorned with election posters near a polling station in Dhaka. Bangladesh headed to the polls following a weeks-long campaign that was dominated by deadly violence and allegations of a crackdown on thousands of opposition activists.

AFP/Getty

3/50 29 December 2018

Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli speaks to journalists as he arrives at the hospital where Vietnamese victims of an attack on a tourist bus where taken, in Al-Haram district in the Egyptian capital Cairo’s western twin city of Giza. – Three Vietnamese holidaymakers and an Egyptian tour guide were killed on December 28 when a roadside bomb blast hit their bus as it travelled close to the Giza pyramids outside Cairo, officials said.

AFP/Getty

4/50 28 December 2018

Bright blue light is seen after a transformer explosion at an electric power station in the New York City borough of Queens

Reuters

5/50 27 December 2018

The Opal Tower at Sydney Olympic Park, Australia. Residents of the tower have been told to leave for a second time in four days to enable the company and investigators to conduct a ‘comprehensive investigation’ into a crack on the tenth floor of the building. Emergency services were called on the afternoon of the 24 December after residents of the building had heard cracking sounds throughout the morning

EPA

6/50 26 December 2018

A young man dressed in a Father Christmas suit distributes gifts to children in the old city of Mosul

AFP/Getty

7/50 25 December 2018

A participant in a Santa Claus costume jumps into the water during the 109th edition of the ‘Copa Nadal’ (Christmas Cup) swimming competition in Barcelona’s Port Vell. The traditional 200-meter Christmas swimming race gathered more than 300 participants on Barcelona’s old harbour

AFP/Getty

8/50 24 December 2018

US President Donald Trump speaks on the telephone as he answers calls from people calling into the NORAD Santa tracker phone line in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington

AFP/Getty

9/50 23 December 2018

An aerial photo shows damaged buildings in Carita after the area was hit by a tsunami on December 22 following an eruption of the Anak Krakatoa volcano. The volcano-triggered tsunami has left at least 222 people dead and hundreds more injured after slamming without warning into beaches around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait. Officials voiced fears that the toll was set to rise

AFP/Getty

10/50 22 December 2018

Protesters wearing a yellow vest (gilet jaune) stand next to a burning barricade as they demonstrate against rising costs of living they blame on high taxes at the A9 highway toll of Le Boulou, southern France. The “Yellow Vests” (Gilets Jaunes) movement in France originally started as a protest about planned fuel hikes but has morphed into a mass protest against President’s policies and top-down style of governing

AFP/Getty

11/50 21 December 2018

A Palestinian man wearing a Santa Claus outfit hands a flower to man in a wheelchair during a demonstration near the border between Israel and Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip

AFP/Getty

12/50 20 December 2018

Moroccan authorities investigate the scene of the grisly murder of two Scandinavian women at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. The suspects in the killings have pledged alleigance to ISIS

AP

13/50 19 December 2018

Supporters of Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Martin Fayulu gesture number four (the candidate number on the electoral list) as they protest in Kinshasa after campaigning was called off by the authorities on security grounds

Getty

14/50 17 December 2018

Pyongyang residents prepare to lay flowers at the statues of late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il during National Memorial Day on Mansu Hill. North Korea is marking the seventh anniversary of the death of Kim Jong II

AFP/Getty

15/50 16 December 2018

Firefighters work on site where a large explosion occurred at a restaurant in Sapporo. According to local media reports, an explosion that triggered a fire occurred at a restaurant in Sapporo in the evening of 16 December. At least 20 people have been reported injured and taken to hospitals.

EPA

16/50 15 December 2018

A supporter wears a cast on her broken wrist with ‘I (heart) Obamacare’ written on it . A federal judge in Texas ruled that the US health care law known as Obamacare is unconstitutional — a ruling that opposition Democrats vowed to appeal. US District Judge Reed O’Connor’s ruling came in a lawsuit filed by several Republican state attorneys general and a governor opposed to the federal government health plan, known officially as the Affordable Care Act

EPA

17/50 14 December 2018

A Palestinian carries a flaming tyre amid clashes with Israeli forces. Israel carried out raids in the West Bank today in search of a Palestinian who shot dead two soldiers yesterday

AFP/Getty

18/50 13 December 2018

Yemen’s foreign minister Khaled al-Yamani (L) and the head rebel negotiator Mohammed Abdelsalam shake hands during peace talks in Sweden that are being overseen by the UN

AFP

19/50 12 December 2018

Baby monkeys play on a wall of India’s parliament in New Delhi. Macaque monkeys have swarmed the parliament, destroying important documents, attacking government officials and generally menacing the state

Reuters

20/50 11 December 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May at the chancellery in Berlin. May postponed the Brexit deal Meaningful Vote, on 11 December due to risk of rejection from Members of Parliament. She is currently on a whistle stop tour of Europe calling on the leaders of the Netherlands, Germany and EU in Brussels looking for new guide lines for her Northern Ireland backstop

EPA

21/50 10 December 2018

Police investigate after an empty school bus crashed in the North Point district of Hong Kong. Two people were killed when a school bus mounted a pavement in a crowded Hong Kong neighbourhood, trapping passers-by underneath and injuring 13, police said

AFP/Getty

22/50 9 December 2018

A Boca Juniors’ fan cheers at a viewing in Buenos Aires for the Copa Libertadores final against rivals River Plate. The match is being held in Madrid, a neutral ground, after it was twice delayed due to violence

AP

23/50 8 December 2018

Protestors wearing “yellow vests” (gilets jaunes) clash with riot police near the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris during a protest against rising costs of living they blame on high taxes. – Paris was on high alert with major security measures in place ahead of fresh “yellow vest” protests which authorities fear could turn violent for a second weekend in a row.

AFP/Getty

24/50 7 December 2018

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer reacts after being elected to leader of the Christian Democratic Union, succeeding the 18 year reign of Angela Merkel

Getty

25/50 6 December 2018

Police use tear gas against protesters during a demonstration in Athens to commemorate the 10th anniversary of a fatal shooting of a teenager which sparked major riots in Greece in 2008

AFP/Getty

26/50 5 December 2018

The flag-draped casket of former US President George HW Bush is carried by military pallbearers past US President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, former President Barack Obama, former first lady Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, former first lady Hillary Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter as it arrives at his state funeral at Washington National Cathedral

Reuters

27/50 4 December 2018

High school students burn a barricade in front of their high school during a demonstration against French government Education reforms

AFP/Getty

28/50 3 December 2018

Sully, the service dog of former US President George HW Bush in his final months, lays in front of Bush’s casket at the George H Lewis & Sons funeral home in Houston, Texas

Courtesy Office of George HW Bush/Reuters

29/50 2 December 2018

Demonstrators march in Brussels to ‘claim the climate’ as world leaders meet in Poland to discuss the Paris climate agreement targets

AP

30/50 1 December 2018

A protester moves to lob a tear gas canister during a protest in Paris today against rising fuel prices

Reuters

31/50 30 November 2018

US President Donald Trump, Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wave hands in front of other leaders during a family photo at the G20 leaders summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reuters

32/50 29 November 2018

Firefighters battle a blaze on Fingerfield road at the Deepwater National Park area of Queensland. Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in northeastern Australia as bushfires raged across the state amid a scorching heatwave

AFP/Getty

33/50 28 November 2018

A child waits to receive free bread by a local charity bakery amid a severe shortage of food in Sana’a, Yemen. According to reports, nearly 22 million people of Yemen’s 26-million population are in need of humanitarian assistance as a result of increased food insecurity. The impoverished Arab country is experiencing a humanitarian crisis due to an ongoing brutal conflict that has lasted more than three years that has driven millions to the brink of famine

EPA

34/50 27 November 2018

A petrol bomb was thrown towards the Ajax fans during their Champions League away match against AEK Athens in the Greek capital. Home supporters threw flares into the stands also

Reuters

35/50 26 November 2018

Ukrainian activists burn flares during their rally in front of the Russian Consulate in Kharkiv, Ukraine. The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, at a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council, on 25 November, announced the decision to introduce martial law in Ukraine for a period of 60 days. Russia seized three Ukrainian vessels amid their leaving the Kerch Strait. The two small-sized ‘Berdiansk’ and ‘Nikopol’ armored artillery boats had come under enemy fire and are now dead in the water. The ‘Yany Kapu’ tugboat was forcibly stopped and captured by special forces of the Russian Federation

EPA

36/50 25 November 2018

Women’s rights activists gather to march through Taksim Square to protest against gender violence in Istanbul on the International Day for the elimination of violence against women

AFP/Getty

37/50 24 November 2018

River Plate’s fans clash with riot police after the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final match against rivals Boc Juniors was postponed

Reuters

38/50 23 November 2018

Elias Lopez, a three-year-old Honduran migrant, plays in between the shields of a line of Mexican riot police, when the group he was part of tried to cross the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico. Elias Lopez is part of a group of Central American migrants that marched peacefully to the border crossing to demand better conditions and push to enter the US

AP

39/50 22 November 2018

Lebanese army soldiers march during a parade to mark the 75th anniversary of Lebanon’s Independence Day, in Beirut, commemorating the liberation from the French Mandate on 22 November 1943

EPA

40/50 21 November 2018

Indian Muslim devotees wave flags as they parade atop vehicles along a street during Eid-Milad-Un-Nabi celebrations in Varanasi in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh

AFP/Getty

41/50 20 November 2018

At least 50 people were killed and dozens more injured when a suicide bomber targeted a group of Muslim religious scholars in Kabul, officials in Afghanistan say.

Hundreds of clerics had gathered to mark the birthday of the Prophet Mohammed at a large wedding hall in the capital before the blast happened, interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said.

Wahi Majroh, of Afghanistan’s public health ministry, said a further 83 people had been wounded by the bomber.

“The victims of the attack unfortunately are all religious scholars who gathered to commemorate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad,” said Basir Mujahid, spokesman for the Kabul police chief

Reuters

42/50 19 November 2018

A view of the Fuego volcano eruption at sunrise, seen from El Rodeo, Escuintla, Guatemala. More than 2,000 people were evacuated from several villages due to the strong eruption, located 50 kilometers west of the Guatemalan capital

EPA

43/50 18 November 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron is applauded after speaking before the Bundestag (lower house of parliament) as the German parliament commemorates victims of wars and dictatorships in Berlin. The leaders of France and Germany jointly remember the victims of European wars, presenting also a united front in countering global turmoil stoked by US President Donald Trump

AFP/Getty

44/50 17 November 2018

People wearing yellow vests, a symbol of a French drivers’ nationwide protest against higher fuel prices, block the Paris-Brussels motorway in Haulchin, France

Reuters

45/50 16 November 2018

People hold banners of Jamal Khashoggi during a symbolic funeral prayer for the Saudi journalist, killed and dismembered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October, at the courtyard of Fatih mosque in Istanbul. Turkey has more evidence contradicting the Saudi version of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi including a second audio recording, revealing that the murder had been premeditated, a Turkish newspaper reported on November 16, a contradiction to the statement of the Saudi prosecutor who said that five Saudi officials faced the death penalty on charges of killing Khashoggi but exonerated the country’s powerful Crown Prince of involvement in the murder

AFP/Getty

46/50 15 November 2018

Alexei Navalny leaves the European Court of Human Rights today. The court has ruled that Russia’s repeated arrests of Navalny were politically motivated

AP

47/50 14 November 2018

A crew member escorts a migrant child out of a plane transporting a group of 51 migrants from Niger, entitled to international protection, after its landing at the Mario De Bernardi military airport in Pratica di Mare, south of Rome

AFP/Getty

48/50 13 November 2018

Palestinians gather in front of damaged buildings in Gaza City following Israeli air strikes targeting the area overnight. Israel’s aircraft struck Gaza on November 12, killing three Palestinians and wounding nine after a barrage of rocket fire into its territory from the enclave. The flare-up came after a deadly Israeli special forces operation in the Gaza Strip, at the weekend, that left Hamas vowing revenge

AFP/Getty

49/50 12 November 2018

Floral tributes outside Melbourne’s Pellegrini’s Cafe for Sisto Malaspina, after he was stabbed to death last Friday in an attack police have called an act of terrorism, in Australia

Reuters

50/50 11 November 2018

Heads of states and world leaders attend ceremonies at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Over 60 heads of state and government were taking part in a solemn ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the mute and powerful symbol of sacrifice to the millions who died from 1914-18

AP


1/50 31 December 2018

Fireworks explode over the Sydney Harbour during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Sydney

AP

2/50 30 December 2018

Bangladeshi army personnel drive a military vehicle through a street adorned with election posters near a polling station in Dhaka. Bangladesh headed to the polls following a weeks-long campaign that was dominated by deadly violence and allegations of a crackdown on thousands of opposition activists.

AFP/Getty

3/50 29 December 2018

Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli speaks to journalists as he arrives at the hospital where Vietnamese victims of an attack on a tourist bus where taken, in Al-Haram district in the Egyptian capital Cairo’s western twin city of Giza. – Three Vietnamese holidaymakers and an Egyptian tour guide were killed on December 28 when a roadside bomb blast hit their bus as it travelled close to the Giza pyramids outside Cairo, officials said.

AFP/Getty

4/50 28 December 2018

Bright blue light is seen after a transformer explosion at an electric power station in the New York City borough of Queens

Reuters


5/50 27 December 2018

The Opal Tower at Sydney Olympic Park, Australia. Residents of the tower have been told to leave for a second time in four days to enable the company and investigators to conduct a ‘comprehensive investigation’ into a crack on the tenth floor of the building. Emergency services were called on the afternoon of the 24 December after residents of the building had heard cracking sounds throughout the morning

EPA

6/50 26 December 2018

A young man dressed in a Father Christmas suit distributes gifts to children in the old city of Mosul

AFP/Getty

7/50 25 December 2018

A participant in a Santa Claus costume jumps into the water during the 109th edition of the ‘Copa Nadal’ (Christmas Cup) swimming competition in Barcelona’s Port Vell. The traditional 200-meter Christmas swimming race gathered more than 300 participants on Barcelona’s old harbour

AFP/Getty

8/50 24 December 2018

US President Donald Trump speaks on the telephone as he answers calls from people calling into the NORAD Santa tracker phone line in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington

AFP/Getty


9/50 23 December 2018

An aerial photo shows damaged buildings in Carita after the area was hit by a tsunami on December 22 following an eruption of the Anak Krakatoa volcano. The volcano-triggered tsunami has left at least 222 people dead and hundreds more injured after slamming without warning into beaches around Indonesia’s Sunda Strait. Officials voiced fears that the toll was set to rise

AFP/Getty

10/50 22 December 2018

Protesters wearing a yellow vest (gilet jaune) stand next to a burning barricade as they demonstrate against rising costs of living they blame on high taxes at the A9 highway toll of Le Boulou, southern France. The “Yellow Vests” (Gilets Jaunes) movement in France originally started as a protest about planned fuel hikes but has morphed into a mass protest against President’s policies and top-down style of governing

AFP/Getty

11/50 21 December 2018

A Palestinian man wearing a Santa Claus outfit hands a flower to man in a wheelchair during a demonstration near the border between Israel and Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip

AFP/Getty

12/50 20 December 2018

Moroccan authorities investigate the scene of the grisly murder of two Scandinavian women at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. The suspects in the killings have pledged alleigance to ISIS

AP


13/50 19 December 2018

Supporters of Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Martin Fayulu gesture number four (the candidate number on the electoral list) as they protest in Kinshasa after campaigning was called off by the authorities on security grounds

Getty

14/50 17 December 2018

Pyongyang residents prepare to lay flowers at the statues of late North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il during National Memorial Day on Mansu Hill. North Korea is marking the seventh anniversary of the death of Kim Jong II

AFP/Getty

15/50 16 December 2018

Firefighters work on site where a large explosion occurred at a restaurant in Sapporo. According to local media reports, an explosion that triggered a fire occurred at a restaurant in Sapporo in the evening of 16 December. At least 20 people have been reported injured and taken to hospitals.

EPA

16/50 15 December 2018

A supporter wears a cast on her broken wrist with ‘I (heart) Obamacare’ written on it . A federal judge in Texas ruled that the US health care law known as Obamacare is unconstitutional — a ruling that opposition Democrats vowed to appeal. US District Judge Reed O’Connor’s ruling came in a lawsuit filed by several Republican state attorneys general and a governor opposed to the federal government health plan, known officially as the Affordable Care Act

EPA


17/50 14 December 2018

A Palestinian carries a flaming tyre amid clashes with Israeli forces. Israel carried out raids in the West Bank today in search of a Palestinian who shot dead two soldiers yesterday

AFP/Getty

18/50 13 December 2018

Yemen’s foreign minister Khaled al-Yamani (L) and the head rebel negotiator Mohammed Abdelsalam shake hands during peace talks in Sweden that are being overseen by the UN

AFP

19/50 12 December 2018

Baby monkeys play on a wall of India’s parliament in New Delhi. Macaque monkeys have swarmed the parliament, destroying important documents, attacking government officials and generally menacing the state

Reuters

20/50 11 December 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May at the chancellery in Berlin. May postponed the Brexit deal Meaningful Vote, on 11 December due to risk of rejection from Members of Parliament. She is currently on a whistle stop tour of Europe calling on the leaders of the Netherlands, Germany and EU in Brussels looking for new guide lines for her Northern Ireland backstop

EPA


21/50 10 December 2018

Police investigate after an empty school bus crashed in the North Point district of Hong Kong. Two people were killed when a school bus mounted a pavement in a crowded Hong Kong neighbourhood, trapping passers-by underneath and injuring 13, police said

AFP/Getty

22/50 9 December 2018

A Boca Juniors’ fan cheers at a viewing in Buenos Aires for the Copa Libertadores final against rivals River Plate. The match is being held in Madrid, a neutral ground, after it was twice delayed due to violence

AP

23/50 8 December 2018

Protestors wearing “yellow vests” (gilets jaunes) clash with riot police near the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris during a protest against rising costs of living they blame on high taxes. – Paris was on high alert with major security measures in place ahead of fresh “yellow vest” protests which authorities fear could turn violent for a second weekend in a row.

AFP/Getty

24/50 7 December 2018

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer reacts after being elected to leader of the Christian Democratic Union, succeeding the 18 year reign of Angela Merkel

Getty


25/50 6 December 2018

Police use tear gas against protesters during a demonstration in Athens to commemorate the 10th anniversary of a fatal shooting of a teenager which sparked major riots in Greece in 2008

AFP/Getty

26/50 5 December 2018

The flag-draped casket of former US President George HW Bush is carried by military pallbearers past US President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, former President Barack Obama, former first lady Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, former first lady Hillary Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter and former first lady Rosalynn Carter as it arrives at his state funeral at Washington National Cathedral

Reuters

27/50 4 December 2018

High school students burn a barricade in front of their high school during a demonstration against French government Education reforms

AFP/Getty

28/50 3 December 2018

Sully, the service dog of former US President George HW Bush in his final months, lays in front of Bush’s casket at the George H Lewis & Sons funeral home in Houston, Texas

Courtesy Office of George HW Bush/Reuters


29/50 2 December 2018

Demonstrators march in Brussels to ‘claim the climate’ as world leaders meet in Poland to discuss the Paris climate agreement targets

AP

30/50 1 December 2018

A protester moves to lob a tear gas canister during a protest in Paris today against rising fuel prices

Reuters

31/50 30 November 2018

US President Donald Trump, Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wave hands in front of other leaders during a family photo at the G20 leaders summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Reuters

32/50 29 November 2018

Firefighters battle a blaze on Fingerfield road at the Deepwater National Park area of Queensland. Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in northeastern Australia as bushfires raged across the state amid a scorching heatwave

AFP/Getty


33/50 28 November 2018

A child waits to receive free bread by a local charity bakery amid a severe shortage of food in Sana’a, Yemen. According to reports, nearly 22 million people of Yemen’s 26-million population are in need of humanitarian assistance as a result of increased food insecurity. The impoverished Arab country is experiencing a humanitarian crisis due to an ongoing brutal conflict that has lasted more than three years that has driven millions to the brink of famine

EPA

34/50 27 November 2018

A petrol bomb was thrown towards the Ajax fans during their Champions League away match against AEK Athens in the Greek capital. Home supporters threw flares into the stands also

Reuters

35/50 26 November 2018

Ukrainian activists burn flares during their rally in front of the Russian Consulate in Kharkiv, Ukraine. The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, at a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council, on 25 November, announced the decision to introduce martial law in Ukraine for a period of 60 days. Russia seized three Ukrainian vessels amid their leaving the Kerch Strait. The two small-sized ‘Berdiansk’ and ‘Nikopol’ armored artillery boats had come under enemy fire and are now dead in the water. The ‘Yany Kapu’ tugboat was forcibly stopped and captured by special forces of the Russian Federation

EPA

36/50 25 November 2018

Women’s rights activists gather to march through Taksim Square to protest against gender violence in Istanbul on the International Day for the elimination of violence against women

AFP/Getty


37/50 24 November 2018

River Plate’s fans clash with riot police after the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final match against rivals Boc Juniors was postponed

Reuters

38/50 23 November 2018

Elias Lopez, a three-year-old Honduran migrant, plays in between the shields of a line of Mexican riot police, when the group he was part of tried to cross the Chaparral border crossing in Tijuana, Mexico. Elias Lopez is part of a group of Central American migrants that marched peacefully to the border crossing to demand better conditions and push to enter the US

AP

39/50 22 November 2018

Lebanese army soldiers march during a parade to mark the 75th anniversary of Lebanon’s Independence Day, in Beirut, commemorating the liberation from the French Mandate on 22 November 1943

EPA

40/50 21 November 2018

Indian Muslim devotees wave flags as they parade atop vehicles along a street during Eid-Milad-Un-Nabi celebrations in Varanasi in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh

AFP/Getty


41/50 20 November 2018

At least 50 people were killed and dozens more injured when a suicide bomber targeted a group of Muslim religious scholars in Kabul, officials in Afghanistan say.

Hundreds of clerics had gathered to mark the birthday of the Prophet Mohammed at a large wedding hall in the capital before the blast happened, interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said.

Wahi Majroh, of Afghanistan’s public health ministry, said a further 83 people had been wounded by the bomber.

“The victims of the attack unfortunately are all religious scholars who gathered to commemorate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad,” said Basir Mujahid, spokesman for the Kabul police chief

Reuters

42/50 19 November 2018

A view of the Fuego volcano eruption at sunrise, seen from El Rodeo, Escuintla, Guatemala. More than 2,000 people were evacuated from several villages due to the strong eruption, located 50 kilometers west of the Guatemalan capital

EPA

43/50 18 November 2018

French President Emmanuel Macron is applauded after speaking before the Bundestag (lower house of parliament) as the German parliament commemorates victims of wars and dictatorships in Berlin. The leaders of France and Germany jointly remember the victims of European wars, presenting also a united front in countering global turmoil stoked by US President Donald Trump

AFP/Getty

44/50 17 November 2018

People wearing yellow vests, a symbol of a French drivers’ nationwide protest against higher fuel prices, block the Paris-Brussels motorway in Haulchin, France

Reuters


45/50 16 November 2018

People hold banners of Jamal Khashoggi during a symbolic funeral prayer for the Saudi journalist, killed and dismembered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October, at the courtyard of Fatih mosque in Istanbul. Turkey has more evidence contradicting the Saudi version of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi including a second audio recording, revealing that the murder had been premeditated, a Turkish newspaper reported on November 16, a contradiction to the statement of the Saudi prosecutor who said that five Saudi officials faced the death penalty on charges of killing Khashoggi but exonerated the country’s powerful Crown Prince of involvement in the murder

AFP/Getty

46/50 15 November 2018

Alexei Navalny leaves the European Court of Human Rights today. The court has ruled that Russia’s repeated arrests of Navalny were politically motivated

AP

47/50 14 November 2018

A crew member escorts a migrant child out of a plane transporting a group of 51 migrants from Niger, entitled to international protection, after its landing at the Mario De Bernardi military airport in Pratica di Mare, south of Rome

AFP/Getty

48/50 13 November 2018

Palestinians gather in front of damaged buildings in Gaza City following Israeli air strikes targeting the area overnight. Israel’s aircraft struck Gaza on November 12, killing three Palestinians and wounding nine after a barrage of rocket fire into its territory from the enclave. The flare-up came after a deadly Israeli special forces operation in the Gaza Strip, at the weekend, that left Hamas vowing revenge

AFP/Getty


49/50 12 November 2018

Floral tributes outside Melbourne’s Pellegrini’s Cafe for Sisto Malaspina, after he was stabbed to death last Friday in an attack police have called an act of terrorism, in Australia

Reuters

50/50 11 November 2018

Heads of states and world leaders attend ceremonies at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Over 60 heads of state and government were taking part in a solemn ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the mute and powerful symbol of sacrifice to the millions who died from 1914-18

AP

In a video message, Ms Warren said that having formed the committee, that allows her supporters to raise money, she would make a decision on whether to run, early in the new year. 

CNN said she would start the 2020 cycle with $12.5m left over from her 2018 Senate reelection campaign, according to Federal Election Commission records. She can transfer that money into her presidential account.

“America’s middle class is getting hollowed out and opportunity for too many of our young people is shrinking,” she said in the video

“So I’m in this fight all the way. Right now Washington works great for the wealthy and the well connected. It’s just not working for anyone else.”

Only the best news in your inbox

Only the best news in your inbox

3 COMMENTS

  1. … [Trackback]

    […] Read More on to that Topic: worldnewsnetwork.co.in/trump-says-ask-her-psychiatrist-when-asked-if-elizabeth-warren-believes-she-can-win-2020-election-the-independent/ […]

  2. … [Trackback]

    […] Find More on that Topic: worldnewsnetwork.co.in/trump-says-ask-her-psychiatrist-when-asked-if-elizabeth-warren-believes-she-can-win-2020-election-the-independent/ […]

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here