Donald Trump Marks Hispanic Heritage Month By Mocking The Puerto Rican Accent

Sanders Puerto Rico Debt Will Go Through a Process

Donald Trump has come under fire already this week when in a freaky move, he threw paper towels into an audience of Puerto Rican people.

"The fact that he thinks he is amusing when he does stupid and hateful garbage like this says volumes about who he truly is", one Twitter user wrote.

Donald Trump has also been tweeting up a storm this evening about North Korea.

Reporters asked if the storm was related to Iran or ISIS.

Moments later, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters that Trump's "calm before the storm" prediction was "extremely serious", and that the president was definitely not just "messing with the press".

When asked whether Trump grasps the fact that every word he says is going to matter, Christie said, "absolutely not". Friday, Oct. 6, the Cheeto-in-Chief was hosting a salutation at the White House for Hispanic Heritage Month.

Google's Pixel Buds set the stage for the next hardware wars
This was first spotted by Android Police and this app is will use sensors on your pixel smartphone to control music and DND mode. Called Pixel Ambient Services , its description says that the app "provides features based on local context for Pixel devices".

Second-guessing Trump is one of possibly the most tricky adventures for anyone to undertake in this White House. He said: "You'll find out".

In previous remarks, Trump appeared to admonish Puerto Rico for "throwing our budget out of whack" and praised his own administration for doing a "great job" in response to the tragedy.

"We're continuing to put maximum economic and diplomatic pressure on countries like North Korea".

"As we have said many times before... we're never going to say in advance what the President's going to do, and as he said last night in addition to those comments you're going to have to wait and see."
We're going to continue to do that.

"I don't know that that's the case", she said.

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