Theresa May, now being branded the ‘Queen of Denial,’ remains prime minister, but she is in no position to deal with Brexit, the terror threat and a deeply divided Britain
Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and the 2012 Republican nominee for president, said Friday that he’d sought advice from Hillary Clinton when considering serving as President Donald Trump’s secretary of state.
President Trump says he’s willing “one hundred percent” to testify under oath about his conversations with former FBI Director.
Venezuelan opposition lawmakers filed fresh court cases Friday against planned crisis reforms, raising pressure on the government in a deadly political struggle after a similar challenge by a senior official. The opposition on Friday filed a case with prosecutors alleging that the government, judges and electoral officials were conspiring “to violently change the constitution,” lawmaker Tomas Guanipa said. The move came after Attorney General Luisa Ortega on Thursday mounted a separate challenge in the Supreme Court against President Nicolas Maduro’s efforts to rewrite the constitution, in a sign of division within the government camp.