TIME Magazine's striking new cover blends Trump and Putin into one person

TIME Magazine's striking new cover blends Trump and Putin into one person

Time magazine has blended the faces of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in an eerie nod to the USA president's ongoing Russian Federation calamity.

The president stated without hedging that Russian Federation meddled in the election, although on Tuesday he raised the possibility someone else also could have been hacking.

"I think the best art can change people's perception of how they see how they are as human beings", she said.

Then-U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul leaves the Foreign Ministry in Moscow in 2013.

The accompanying cover story by Brian Bennett, titled, "Trump Wanted a Summit With Putin".

Sanders also indicated on Wednesday that no final decision had been made, but that the proposal was under consideration. "The president will work with his team and we'll let you know if there is an announcement on that front", Sanders said.

That response drew outcry from diplomats and lawmakers.

The State Department knocked down the idea and McFaul himself called for clarification.

Sexual abuse survivors join hands, accept courage award at ESPYs
Nassar was accused of sexual assault under the guise of treatment by more than 265 women, many of them former US Olympians. It was a moment in time that allowed these survivors the opportunity to stand in unity and say to the world: 'Look at us.

Princess Eugenie's wedding plans are almost identical to Harry and Meghan's
Eugenie will keep her royal title when she marries Brooksbank, and will have the option to take his surname, the BBC reported. Should one member of the group be successful in the ballot, all members will be considered to have been successful.

White House insists Trump believes Russian Federation still a threat
In the survey, 42 percent of all registered voters approved of his job performance, which is consistent with averages thus far. Some 71% of Republicans polled approved of his response to Russian Federation , while only 14% of Democrats were in favour.

The White House on Wednesday declined to rule out accepting a Russian proposal for the questioning in the United States of Americans sought by the Kremlin for "illegal activities", including a former US ambassador to Moscow.

The White House rejected Putin's offer as the Republican-controlled Senate prepared to issue a rebuke to Trump by going on record against the offer.

President Donald Trump today denied Russian Federation is still targeting the United States, a claim sharply at odds with recent warnings from his top intelligence chief about ongoing threats to election security.

Democratic U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell said if Trump allowed Russians to question McFaul, "you can count on me and millions of others to swiftly make you an ex-president".

"I don't think there's any question in the intelligence community or at DHS that Russians attempted to infiltrate and interfere with our electoral system", Nielsen said.

Browder grew up in Chicago but gave up his citizenship almost 20 years ago and is now a British citizen.

"We're doing very well, probably as well as anybody has ever done with Russian Federation". Putin has denied any such meddling. Nonetheless, Browder was tried in absentia and sentenced to prison in Russia, making him a fugitive of Russian law enforcement.

His comments also come less than a month after he said members of the press should be "free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their jobs", in the wake of a deadly shooting in a Maryland newsroom of the Capital Gazette that killed five people on June 28. Putin then warned that progress was jeopardized by the uproar in the US over the meeting, lambasting Trump's opponents and critics of the summit and accusing them of undermining the summit for their own political ends.

Related News:

  • U.S.  hits back with WTO challenge against Canada's retaliatory tariffs

    U.S. hits back with WTO challenge against Canada's retaliatory tariffs

    Retail spending in June rose by 9 percent over a year earlier, a half-percentage point higher than in May. Seeking to cusion trade blow? "These are much more important drivers of growth than exports", he said.
    Trump backtracks, says he misspoke on Russian election tampering

    Trump backtracks, says he misspoke on Russian election tampering

    At one point, as Trump said he had "full faith" in USA intelligence agencies, the lights went out. Trump said the summit with Putin still "was our most successful visit" on his European trip.
    Israel blamed for nine killed in Northern Syria

    Israel blamed for nine killed in Northern Syria

    Iran supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad along with Lebanon's Hezbollah, and both have deployed forces in Syria. The IDF has reportedly hit Syrian positions near Damascus and in the central provinces of Homs and Hama in the past.
  • Liverpool: Alisson thanks Roma fans ahead of rumoured switch

    Liverpool: Alisson thanks Roma fans ahead of rumoured switch

    By comparison, Alisson didn't commit a single error leading to a goal across 49 league or European outings for Roma last season. Roma say Alisson is now in Liverpool and "negotiations are advanced".
    White House says ‘threat’ from Russian Federation  still exists

    White House says ‘threat’ from Russian Federation still exists

    The fourth is that the Russian leader has something serious on him, from either a business or personal standpoint. She said the threat to the U.S. electoral system "still exists, which is why we are taking steps to prevent it".
    Thai boys relive the ‘magical’ moment of British diver rescue

    Thai boys relive the ‘magical’ moment of British diver rescue

    Earlier on June 23, the 12 boys and their coach went to Tham Luang cave in the northern district of Chiang Rai for an expedition. The boys will eventually spend time as novice Buddhist monks to honour the dead diver's memory, their coach said on Wednesday.
  • 'Brady Bunch' house for sale for almost  $1.9 million

    'Brady Bunch' house for sale for almost $1.9 million

    At 2,477 square feet, it features a rock-wall fireplace and wood-paneled walls, as well as a built-in bar. According to the Zillow listing , it's the second-most photographed home in the US after the White House.

    Georges Lemaître, astronomer who proposed Big Bang Theory

    According to the Google Doodle, Lemaitre had accurately estimated a numerical value which was later known as the Hubble Constant. The man himself was born on 17 July in 1894 in Charleroi, Belgium, and died at the age of 71 in 1966 in Leuven.
    Sturridge could still have a future at Liverpool, says Klopp

    Sturridge could still have a future at Liverpool, says Klopp

    Southampton want to sign Danny Ings from Liverpool FC this summer, according to reports in the British media. With the young ones we make these decisions but not with the other guys.
  • UK Investigators Test 400 Items In Nerve Agent Murder Probe

    UK Investigators Test 400 Items In Nerve Agent Murder Probe

    Rowley says that after finding the bottle, Sturgess sprayed Novichok straight on to her both of her wrists, the source said . Charlie Rowley was also exposed to novichok, but has made a partial recovery and is now conscious.
    Danica Patrick makes ESPYs history as first woman to host

    Danica Patrick makes ESPYs history as first woman to host

    Though the couple confirmed their relationship in January, they first met at the ESPY awards in 2012. The moment that comes to mind was Patrick's joke about a balding LeBron James.
    Man dies after eating bad oyster in Florida

    Man dies after eating bad oyster in Florida

    A 71-year-old man died after eating an oyster that had flesh eating bacteria on it, WWSB reports . In 2016, Manatee County had two cases, while Sarasota County had three cases and one fatality.


Most liked

Russian Federation shipwreck found with £135 billion worth of gold on board
They also identified the ship by comparing the various parts of it they found to historical blueprints. It's unclear whether Shinil would receive South Korean government approval of its salvage plans.

Police reportedly ID 'Russians' behind nerve agent attack in England
Rowley says that after finding the bottle, Sturgess sprayed Novichok straight on to her both of her wrists, the source said . Brunt said this left around a five-hour window for the attackers to visit the Skripal's home to apply the nerve agent.

Rishabh Pant earns maiden call-up; Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami come back
Pant was rewarded with the Test call-up following a successful run with the willow in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Yesterday, the squad for the five-match series was announced and Rohit Sharma was overlooked by the selectors.

Google is fined $5 billion for its illegal restrictions
In a lengthy address he says that the "decision rejects the business model that supports Android, which has created more choice for everyone, not less".

The four rebel Labour MPs who rescued Theresa May's government
He actually pulled out of the 2016 leadership race won by May after his campaign manager Michael Gove made a decision to run himself.

Zuckerberg: Holocaust deniers won't be banned from Facebook
Zuckerberg said in an interview published by Recode on Wednesday that Facebook has a responsibility to curb the viral spread of hoaxes and blatant misinformation.

Bezos launches spacecraft higher than ever
Blue Origin , the Kent-based rocket maker, launched its New Shepard rocket Wednesday on a test flight from West Texas. Those missions will rely on the bigger, more powerful New Glenn rocket still under development.

Summer clothing sales holds back inflation
Ben Brettell, senior economist, Hargreaves Lansdown, said: "There's certainly a case for higher rates as soon as next month". There had been expectations that the Bank of England would raise interest rates in August.

Israeli Parliament passes contentious Jewish nation bill
Speaking ahead of the vote, Herzog warned that while fostering the Jewish state, the law might deal a blow to democratic values. Arab citizens account for some 17.5 per cent of Israel's more than eight million population.

Jupiter's moon count reaches 79, including tiny 'oddball'
Elucidating the complex influences that shaped a moon's orbital history can teach scientists about our Solar System's early years. It is also likely Jupiter's smallest known moon, being less than one kilometre [0.6 miles] in diameter'.

Children Injured in Possible Shark Attacks Off New York Coast
The head lifeguard said the lifeguards and EMT assumed it was a small shark when they found the tooth lodged in the boy's wound. The youngster was wading in waist-deep water when she spotted what appeared to her to be a three to four-foot shark.

France's World Cup winners given heroes' welcome in Paris
Deschamps, who became the third person to win as both a player on the field and a coach on the bench, looked like he loved it. The changes represent "winks" to the team, Paris transport operator RATP said Monday.

Corning Gorilla Glass 6 offers improved durability for next-gen mobile devices
Corning has just announced their latest Gorilla Glass 6 and it claims to be up to 2X better than their current Gorilla Glass 5 . Corning believes that modern smartphone designs use glass for more than 85 percent of the enclosure.

'America's Got Talent' contestant plunges to ground before audience
Adding even more tension to the performance, it was revealed that Tyce is almost blind due to a progressive eye disease. Mary and Tyce , who go by the name Duo Transcend , appeared on the stage to show off their incredible acrobatic moves.

Trump has "low expectations" for Putin summit
But Democratic and Republican lawmakers alike said that issue should be a basic starting point for the talks. They brushed off new indictments of Russians accused of hacking the 2016 USA presidential campaign.