Monday, January 18

Donald Trump

Business, Donald Trump, General, Huawei

Trump administration stops supplies to Huawei in the final days of the presidency

The Trump administration is halting shipments from Intel and other Huawei vendors in the final days of the current presidency. Reuters reports that the administration has notified the suppliers that it is revoking the licenses that allow them to sell to the Chinese company. The administration also plans to reject other applications to supply Huawei. This latest action, which is likely to be the final blow by US President Donald Trump to the Chinese company, is based on the administration's efforts to weaken Huawei, which it sees as a threat to national security. Emails viewed by Reuters reveal that the Commerce Department issued "the intention to deny a significant number of license applications for exports to Huawei and the rev...
Apps & Games, Donald Trump, Facebook, News, snapchat, Social Media, Twitter

Snapchat permanently bans US President Donald Trump

Snapchat has joined Twitter to permanently ban Donald Trump from its platform following the violent siege of the US Capitol. "Last week we announced an indefinite suspension of President Trump's Snapchat account and we have been evaluating what long-term action is best for our Snapchat community," the company said in a statement. "In the interest of public safety, and based on your attempts to spread misinformation, hate speech and incite violence, which are clear violations of our guidelines, we have made the decision to permanently terminate your account." Following the attack, the digital giants have taken steps to prevent violent rhetoric from spreading on the Internet through their platforms. Twitter has permanently banned Tru...
Apps & Games, Donald Trump, News, youtube

YouTube blocks uploading of Donald Trump’s channel for seven days

YouTube removed content from the account of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and temporarily blocked new uploads. Following the review, and in light of concerns about the continued potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to Donald J. Trump's channel for violating our policies. You now have your first strike and are temporarily unable to upload new content for a * minimum * of seven days, "YouTube outlined in a tweet.1 / After review, and in light of concerns about the continued potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to Donald J. Trump's channel for violating our policies. You now have your first strike and are temporarily unable to upload new content for a * minimum * of 7 days....
Apps & Games, Donald Trump, Facebook, News, Shopify, Trump

Ottawa-based Shopify removes Trump-affiliated stores from its platform

Ottawa-based Shopify has shut down the stores of US President Donald Trump following the violent siege of the Capitol on January 6. The two stores that closed sold “Make AmericaA Great Again” hats and other related products. Shopify says it closed stores because Trump's actions went against its policies. “Shopify does not tolerate actions that incite violence. Based on recent events, we have determined that President Donald J. Trump's actions violate our acceptable use policy, which prohibits the promotion or support of organizations, platforms, or individuals who threaten or tolerate violence to advance a cause, ”he said. it's a statement. . Shopify is not the only digital platform that implemented restrictions after the events...
2020 U.S. election, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, U.S. Presidential Election, World

The US presidential debate deviates from “How are you?” to ‘Do you want to shut up?’ – The Canadian News

CLEVELAND - It started off quite civilized, with President Donald Trump deliberately walking to his lectern, and Democrat Joe Biden nodding at his opponent and saying, "How are you, man?" Within 15 minutes, the interruptions and conversations between them in Tuesday's presidential debate had deteriorated to the point where Biden blurted out, "You wanna shut up, man?" There were no handshakes to start the first presidential debate of the 2020 general election. The traditional delicacy was one of several formalities abandoned due to the ongoing pandemic. The 90-minute showdown took place in a makeshift discussion room with a crowd of less than 100 people due to coronavirus security restrictions, in an atrium previously set up for use as a hospital for COVID-19 patients. Trump c...
Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, National

Obama delivers tough defeat to Donald Trump at Democratic convention – The Canadian News

Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic vice presidential nomination Wednesday night, cementing her leadership status in a party that is betting its future on building a diverse coalition of voters as the first black woman in a major party. He addressed the third night of the Democratic National Convention after former President Barack Obama, another barrier breaker, warned that American democracy itself was at risk if President Donald Trump were to win re-election this fall. Harris, a 55-year-old senator from California, made an urgent appeal to voters of all colors to join Joe Biden and find a way to vote despite concerns about the pandemic and the postal slowdown. "The failure of Donald Trump's leadership has cost lives and livelihoods," said Harris, the daughter of Jamaican...
01s-stories, Celebs, Donald Trump, Eric Trump, Joe Biden, Robin Williams, Zelda Williams

Zelda Williams has a ‘wild’ comeback for Eric Trump for his Robin Williams tweet

By Jamie samhan. 13 seconds ago Zelda Williams will not tolerate Eric Trump posting about her late father, Robin Williams. On Thursday, the president's son posted a clip of the comedian mocking Joe Biden. "Robin Williams kills Joe Biden," read the overlay. RELATED: Robin Williams' Documentary 'Robin's Wish' Will Take Viewers to His Last Days Zelda wasn't going to stay still and answered the next day. “While we are 'remembering' (to promote your political agenda), you should look up what he said about your dad. I did, ”Zelda tweeted. "I promise you, it is much more 'wild'." "A kind reminder that the dead cannot vote, but the living can," he added.While we are 'reminiscing' (to further his political agenda), you should look up what he said about his dad. I...
01s-stories, Celebs, China, Donald Trump, TikTok

Trump bans deals with Chinese TikTok owners, WeChat

By Tali Arbel, The Associated Press. 42 minutes ago President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered a radical but unspecified ban on deals with Chinese owners of consumer apps TikTok and WeChat, though it remains unclear if he has the legal authority to actually ban apps from the U.S. The twin executive orders, one for each application, take effect in 45 days. They say they are necessary because China's proprietary applications "threaten the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States," and they ask the Secretary of Commerce to define the prohibited deals at the time. While the wording of the orders is vague and appears to have been removed, some experts said it appears to be intending to ban popular apps from Apple and Google app stores,...
China, Donald Trump, TikTok, wechat, World

Trump bans deals with Chinese owners of TikTok, WeChat – The Canadian News

President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered an unspecified ban on "transactions" with Chinese owners of consumer apps TikTok and WeChat. Trump had threatened a September 15 deadline to "close" TikTok unless Microsoft or "someone else" bought it. TikTok, Microsoft, and WeChat owner Tencent had no immediate responses to the queries. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday he was expanding the crackdown on Chinese technology to personal applications, calling TikTok and WeChat by name. WeChat and its sister app Weixin in China are very popular messaging apps.
01s-stories, Celebs, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Kanye West

Republicans pressure Kanye West 2020. But will it really hurt Biden?

By The Associated Press. 2 hours ago Kanye West's unlikely candidacy for the White House is receiving help from Republicans across the country to qualify for presidential ballots in key states, fueling suspicions that President Donald Trump's allies are pressuring him to be run by allies. of President Donald Trump in hopes of deflecting support from Joe Biden. The rapper qualified for the Colorado presidential ballot on Thursday after the Secretary of State's office verified that nine voters he submitted are all registered to vote in that state. One of them was Matthew Zielinski, a former Republican congressional candidate who served as a county Republican Party officer in the Denver suburbs. Zielinski tweeted that he believed in "fair voting access," but de...
aluminum tariffs, Donald Trump, World

Trump reimposes tariffs on Canadian crude aluminum – The Canadian News

United States President Donald Trump says he is reimposing tariffs on Canadian aluminum. In a speech at a Whirlpool factory in Ohio state on the battlefield, Trump is promoting his record of defending American workers by fighting China, replacing the North American Free Trade Agreement and applying import tariffs. . He says he has forced Canada to stop taking advantage of the United States in dairy products. A subset of US metal companies have complained that Canadian aluminum has recently been dumped in the US market. Canadian aluminum manufacturers have said they shifted production during the COVID-19 pandemic as demand for high-end products collapsed, and the resulting aluminum was shipped to the United States primarily for storage. More to come
01s-stories, Celebs, Donald Trump, LeBron James, NBA

LeBron James asks everyone, ‘No matter the race’, to vote for Donald Trump out of office

By Corey Atad. 10 seconds ago Lebron James. Photo: Mike Ehrmann / Pool Photo via AP / CP Images LeBron James wants to see Donald Trump outside the Oval Office. At a press conference Wednesday, James was asked about comments by Donald Trump calling the NBA kneeling protests "disgraceful." "When I see people kneeling during playback and disrespecting our flag and the national anthem, what I personally do is turn off the game," Trump had said. RELATED: LeBron James Demands Justice for Breonna Taylor in Post-Fight Media Address James responded, “I really don't think the basketball community is sad to lose their audience. And that's all I have to say. " When asked for more comment on Trump, James turned the conversation to the ...