Trump's mysterious 'calm before the storm' comment keeps everyone second-guessing

US will continue to put pressure on North Korea says White House

White House says Puerto Rico debt to be dealt with via oversight board

Donald Trump generated other controversy during his trip to Puerto Rico beyond throwing rolls of paper towel into the crowd like gifts.

Sophisticated traders of distressed debt know all too well that the president does not have the power to wipe out the island's debt and there is no appetite for a bailout, one investment adviser said.

During the cabinet meeting on Thursday, Donald Trump talked about North Korea and reportedly pushed military leaders to be faster in giving him "military options".

Qualification 'all that matters' for Kane and England
It is no easy thing getting to a World Cup , there are some big countries around the world that are struggling. Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane continued his great run of form on Thursday evening.

"There's a lot of love in this room, a lot of love", Trump said. "Have you guys seen any change in Pakistani behaviour in those six weeks?" she was asked.

He dramatically paused and then said: "Maybe it's the calm before the storm".

Vice President Pence reportedly dodged questions from reporters on Friday about President Trump's remark about a "calm before the storm", referring questions to the White House.

Las Vegas shooter Paddock booked room near Lollapalooza
They observed the suspect down on the ground and also saw a second door that could not be accessed from their position. But she later feared it was a way to break up with her. "We are cooperating with the authorities on this matter".

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Trump had an incredible team around him and has achieved tremendous accomplishments on the worldwide stage by working with allies and confronting enemies.

Reporters asked if the storm was related to Iran or ISIS.

One anonymous White House aide told Jonathan Swan of Axios.com that Trump is "just trolling" everyone, an opinion that Tur appears to share. Another added: "Just because you say Puerto Rico with a Spanish accent doesn't make you likeable". "We're continuing to put maximum economic and diplomatic pressure on countries like north Korea".

United Nations braced for 'further exodus' of Rohingya from Myanmar
This would be done according to criteria agreed in 1993, when tens of thousands of Rohingya were repatriated, she said. It also urged a "safe, voluntary, dignified and sustainable return of refugees to their area of origin".

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