‘The White House web page maps out the Trump administration’s plans for energy, foreign policy, jobs, military and law enforcement, and trade deals, which will likely shape the direction of his first 100 days in office.
The list of priorities was published at the White House website after Trump was sworn in.
Under the energy plan, the White House said it is committed to elimination policies such as the Climate Action Plan and Waters of the US rule. “Lifting these restrictions will greatly help American workers, increasing wages by more than $30 billion over the next 7 years,” according the White House.
The Trump administration will support a program of tapping the estimated $50 trillion worth of untapped shale oil and gas reserves, especially on federal lands, and use the revenue to support public infrastructure building.’
‘President Donald Trump has declared that he wants to increase the US military budget so he can negotiate with other countries from a position of strength, but his policy of brinkmanship will bring the world closer to war, according to Professor Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
Etler, a professor of Anthropology at Cabrillo College in Aptos, California, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Friday while commenting on a statement by former US Congressman Ron Paul, who recently pointed out the existence of a neoconservative group in the Senate working against the country.
Dr. Paul said on Thursday that there is a neoconservative axis in the Senate, made of John McCain, Lindsey Graham, Tom Cotton, which might destroy America by increasing the military spending up to five trillion dollars over the next five years.’
‘Unable to make it to Washington, DC for the inauguration, hundreds of people took the streets from New York City to Oakland in anti-Trump protests.
In New York, City Council member Jamanee Williams was arrested along with others as over 200 people protested outside Trump Tower.
One activist made use of the Manhattan skyline by flying a small plane over the Hudson River trailing a banner that read, “We outnumber him! Resist.”
In Boston, hundreds of protesters chanting, “Education, not deportation,” rallied outside the State House on Boston Common.’
‘A major police investigation is underway after officers were captured on camera Tasering a Bristol grandfather who set up a group to foster better relations between the police and Bristol’s black community.
Judah Adunbi was hit in the face by the Taser after police mistook him for a wanted man in an incident in Easton, Bristol on Saturday.
Police chiefs said they understood that the local community in Easton and the black and ethnic minority community in Bristol as a whole would ‘have concerns’ about what happened.Mr Adunbi was one of the founders of the Independent Advisory Group set up by the police with the BME community in Bristol several years ago.’
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‘Ankara “can no longer insist” on finding ways to peace in Syria without Syrian President Bashar Assad being involved, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek announced, calling a scenario without Assad unrealistic.
“The facts on the ground have changed dramatically, so Turkey can no longer insist on a settlement without Assad, it’s not realistic,” Simsek said on Friday.
Speaking in a panel discussion on Syria and Iraq at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Simsek suggested that “facts on the ground have changed dramatically” in Syria. Though previously opposed to the Syrian leader, Ankara has to be “pragmatic, realistic,” he added.
The deputy prime minister still blamed Assad for “the suffering of the Syrian people,” but expressed “high hopes” they might end soon with the Syrian peace talks scheduled for next week.’