The lawyer for Rene Boucher, the neighbor who attacked Paul, claims the dispute that precipitated the attack had nothing to do with politics but was over some “trivial” matter. Boucher have been next-door neighbors for 17 years.They are also prominent members of the local medical community and worked together when they were both practicing physicians.'We are in a continued legal battle with them over the remaining payments that are owed to him,' his representative David Weintraub told The Sun.'They owe him 250 thousand US dollars.Our lawyers and their lawyers are trying to work out a settlement agreement.'Without settling the case and an apology from the producers, he doesn't want anything else to do with the show.'Mail Online has contacted a representative for Ray J and Channel 5 for comment.The form with his interest in Navigator, listed openly on the Office of Government Ethics website, was filed by Ross on Dec. To NBC and the Consortium, somehow, this rather benign business dealing proves the Trump-Russia nexus that everyone’s been looking for. Are the editors at Time and the Times so ideologically blinded that they are incapable of connecting the dots? I vividly remember debating Hillary Clinton’s economic gurus during the campaign: They accused Trump and advisers such as myself of “lying” when we said that pro-growth policies would speed up economic growth to 3 to 4 percent.Jason Furman, who chaired the Council of Economic Advisers under President Barack Obama, told reporters earlier this year that the chances of reaching 3 percent growth over a decade were about 1 in 25 — which is what many political experts said was Trump’s chance of winning the election. history could possibly support the Trump forecast as a reasonable expectation,” he wrote in The Washington Post. “This budget relies on absurd economic projections and pretend revenues that no credible economist would validate,” Rep.“ABC’s World News Tonight,” “NBC Nightly News” and “CBS Evening News” all didn’t report the allegations by Brazile on Thursday evening despite it receiving considerable coverage on cable news and in print and online media. “Offshore Trove Exposes Trump-Russia links and Piggy Banks of the Wealthiest 1 Percent.” “Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross benefits from business ties to Putin’s inner circle.” This new red scare has reached a new low. As for Russia, according to Navigator’s website, “Russia’s largest gas processing and petrochemicals company saw an opportunity to meet European demand for LPG from increased local production.
Weintraub explained: 'Ray was extremely tired from the journey to start the show.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross held stake in a company that ships natural gas, and actually found natural gas producers who wanted to ship it. The breathless reporting by NBC News and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists that Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross failed to disclose to Congress his financial stake in Navigator Holdings Ltd., a British company that ships natural gas and liquid petrochemicals, which did business with Russia — is utterly false and completely indefensible. So says Ross, in an exclusive interview with CNBC, saying, “That’s totally wrong. We then constructed four handysize vessels with ice class capability sufficient for operating in the harsh climate of the Baltic Sea.” Does that sound incredibly suspicious? No, it’s a business strategy to work with natural gas exporters by a company that specializes in shipping natural gas. It’s about as unusual as a paper boy delivering newspapers. And a natural gas shipping company doing business with a natural gas producer is not suspicious. Next thing you know, NBC News will publish secret documents that prove that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson once ran Exxon — a company that did business with Russia! If this is what the state of the Russia debate in the U. has degenerated to, where now any business dealings are considered espionage, our discourse has become utterly poisoned by this Russia witch hunt. SOURCE ***************************** How wrong they were Time magazine’s cover story for the week of Nov. It blares: “The Wrecking Crew: How Trump’s Cabinet Is Dismantling Government As We Know It.” The New York Times ran a lead editorial complaining that team Trump is shrinking the regulatory state at an “unprecedented” pace.
It was disclosed on the form 278 which is the financial disclosure form, in my case, three times,” Ross said. What’s worse, to the extent that such innuendo apparently now leads to federal investigations and who knows what else, as in the case of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, we are in a truly dark place as nation. Meanwhile, last week the stock market raced to new all-time highs; we had another blockbuster jobs report with another fall in the unemployment rate; and housing sales soared to their highest level in a decade. economic revival of 3 percent growth has already defied the predictions of almost every Donald Trump critic.
It comes as Weintraub confirmed they were preparing to take legal action against Celebrity Big Brother following Ray J's shock departure from the house. ' US singer Ray J's manager David Weintraub (right) is preparing to take legal action against Celebrity Big Brother following his client's shock departure from the house earlier this series Speaking exclusively to Mail Online, he claimed the show's producers breached Ray's contract by refusing to let him re-enter the house after he underwent dental treatment on a cavity.
The talent manager explained: 'We are deciding to sue because they are taking a position that is breaching the contract we agreed to.'They are saying due to health issues, which don't exist with Ray, that's the reason they pulled the plug, which is utter nonsense.
He's been evaluated by his own doctors and dental team and he's ok to work.'These guys used Ray to launch the show, to get it started, to make it sound like it would be a big noise.