Trump Says Economic Adviser Kudlow Suffers Heart Attack – Bloomberg
Donald Trump’s top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, will remain in the hospital a day after a heart attack as a “standard precaution” but is expected to recover, a White House aide said Tuesday.
“His doctors expect Larry will make a full and speedy recovery,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement Tuesday afternoon. “We look forward to seeing him back at work soon.”
She added that his doctors at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center consider Kudlow’s heart attack to be “very mild.”
Trump announced Kudlow’s heart attack in a tweet from Singapore shortly before meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Conservative economist Art Laffer, who has been a friend of Kudlow for decades, said Tuesday that Kudlow called him last night from Walter Reed to let him know he was doing fine.
“The called lasted 20 seconds. He just said, ’I want you to know I’m fine, I’m going to be fine,”’ Laffer said.
Kudlow, a former economic adviser to President Ronald Reagan and a Wall Street economist, has played a key role in trade talks, including disputes with China that led Trump to threaten tariffs. Kudlow, along with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, is known as an advocate within the administration of more robust trade in opposition to more protectionist views advocated by trade adviser Peter Navarro.
He co-authored an editorial arguing tariffs are a tax on consumers earlier this year before Trump chose him as director of the White House National Economic Council. Yet Kudlow has defended Trump’s trade policies in public since his appointment.
Kudlow accompanied Trump this weekend to the annual G-7 meeting in Quebec, where the president traded barbs with the leaders of Canada, Germany and France over trade. On Sunday, Kudlow said on CNN’s “State of the Union” that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau “really kind of stabbed us in the back” after criticizing U.S. tariffs on imported steel and aluminum and Trump’s positions on trade in a news conference following the summit.
For five years before his White House appointment in March, Kudlow hosted a CNBC show on business and politics. During Reagan’s first term, he was associate director for economics and planning in the White House’s Office of Management and Budget. He has also worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
— With assistance by Terrence Dopp, and Shannon Pettypiece
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‘Doom Eternal’ is the sequel to ‘Doom’
‘Doom Eternal’ is the sequel to ‘Doom’ We’ve been waiting. Save Bethesda
Once you’re done replaying Doom on Switch , what’s next? How about a proper sequel? After relaunching the series to critical acclaim (and commercial success), Doom Eternal takes the series further. Imagine a stronger protagonist, twice as many demons (apparently) and well, even more we hope. Alas, that’s all we’ve heard for now. Take a look at the teaser below, and if you’re wanting more, you’ll have to wait for QuakeCon, which kicks off on August 9th.
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Janhvi Kapoor Gets Support Of Brother Arjun & The Entire Kapoor Clan At ‘Dhadak’ Trailer Launch – Indiatimes.com
> Janhvi Kapoor Gets Support Of Brother Arjun & The Entire Kapoor Clan At ‘Dhadak’ Trailer Launch Janhvi Kapoor Gets Support Of Brother Arjun & The Entire Kapoor Clan At ‘Dhadak’ Trailer Launch SAVE
As late Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor gears up for the first trailer launch of her Bollywood debut Dhadak opposite Ishaan Khatter, the entire family is standing by her side to welcome her into the world of Cinema.
Brother and Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor apologized for not being ‘by her side’ and penned an emotional note with words of encouragement for his step-sister.
“Tomorrow you will be part of the audience forever Janhvi Kapoor cause your trailer comes out… Firstly, sorry I’m not there in Mumbai but I’m by your side, don’t worry. I just wanted you to know this profession is amazing if you work hard, be honest, learn to take the accolades with the brickbats, respect opinions, yet follow your own path & instinct. It’s not gonna be easy but I know you are ready for all the madness that will ensue,” Arjun tweeted late on Sunday.
He also shared adorable pictures of the family. Tomorrow you will be part of the audience forever #JanhviKapoor cause your trailer comes out… Firstly, sorry I’m not there in Mumbai but I’m by your side, don’t worry. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/a1Go2fhZSG — Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) June 10, 2018 Don’t Miss Game of Thrones Prequel Series Is Coming & It’ll Be Set Thousand Years Before The Events Of… 149 SHARES Arjun has been supportive of Janhvi and her sister Khushi, daughters of his father Boney Kapoor with Sridevi, ever since Sridevi died earlier this year in a Dubai hotel. He ensured he was by their side when the news of Sridevi’s demise not just shook the family, but also scores of her fans across the world. Arjun is Boney’s son with the late Mona Kapoor.
Dhadak, produced by Karan Johar and directed by Shashank Khaitan is the official remake of hit Marathi film, Sairat. The film is set to hit the screens on July 20.
“All the best for ‘Dhadak’! I’m certain that my friends Shashank Khaitan and Karan Johar have presented you and Ishaan Khatter as the modern Romeo and Juliet with elan,” Arjun added. All the best for #Dhadak ! I’m certain that my friends @ShashankKhaitan & @karanjohar have presented you & #IshaanKhatter as the modern Romeo & Juliet with elan !!! 3/3 — Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) June 10, 2018
In an earlier interview with PTI, Shashank Khaitan talked about the fresh pairing in his film. He said,
Viral Bhayani “They (Janhvi and Ishaan) are great people and are very hardworking, these are two things that I always look for in actors. They are good people who respect others and are dedicated to their work and ready to give their best.”
That’s not all, for the trailer launch event, the entire Kapoor family was seen by Janhvi’s side.
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Donald Trump thinks G-7 flap will help with Kim Jong Un; others unsure
More: Trump says he will meet North Korea’s Kim Jong Un on June 12 in Singapore Trump’s meeting with Kim, the first ever between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader, is scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, local time — 9 p.m. Monday in Washington, D.C. A day after landing in Singapore, the former British colony that is at the crossroads of global trade and finance, Trump met Monday with the sponsor of the Kim summit sponsor, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. During a brief photo opportunity, Trump praised the professionalism of his Singapore hosts. The prime minister also met with Kim on Sunday. Trump is also scheduled to visit Monday with employees of the U.S. embassy in Singapore. Meanwhile, diplomats from the United States and North Korea huddled at a Ritz Carlton hotel in Singapore to hash out agenda items for the highly anticipated meeting, the White House said. An air of mystery continued to surround much of the Trump-Kim summit. Reuters reported that Kim may leave Singapore at 2 p.m. Tuesday, just five hours after the start of the meeting with Trump. U.S. officials said that is not their understanding, and that it’s possible the leaders could meet again later on Tuesday. North Korea’s state news agency struck an optimistic note about the summit, saying Kim plans to discuss “the issue of building a permanent and durable peace-keeping mechanism on the Korean peninsula, the issue of realizing the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and other issues of mutual concern.” Trade generated Trump’s problems at the G-7 summit this past weekend in Canada. Canadian and European leaders pledged to retaliate against the United States — and Trump — for placing tariffs on their exports by imposing tariffs of their own taxing U.S. products. Trump accused the G-7 of unfair trade practices, and singled out Trudeau in particular in a tweet for being allegedly “very dishonest & weak.” In a series of Monday tweets from Singapore, Trump defended his position by saying “Fair Trade is now to be called Fool Trade if it is not Reciprocal.” In another post, Trump asked why he should “allow countries to continue to make Massive Trade Surpluses, as they have for decades, while our Farmers, Workers & Taxpayers have such a big and unfair price to pay?” The issue at the Singapore summit: North Korea’s nuclear weapons. Trump is offering to lift economic sanctions on North Korea if it agrees to a complete and verifiable elimination of its nuclear weapons programs. The American president has expressed confidence that Kim will take him up on this “one-shot opportunity” to help improve North Korea’s standard of living. In the past, Kim has refused to give up nuclear weapons, calling them essential to his country’s survival. Some analysts said Trump’s problems at the G-7 could put pressure on him to deliver on Singapore, perhaps to Kim’s benefit. “The G-7 blowup increases the chance that Trump makes concessions so that the Kim summit looks like a success,” said Daniel W. Drezner, a professor of international politics with the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. “Otherwise,” Drezner said, “he’ll be 0-for-2 on this trip.” Seeking to tamp down expectations, Trump has described the summit as more of a get-to-know-you type of session, and the start of a process leading to ultimate denuclearization. While there is a good chance that Trump and Kim will “establish a process of staged disarmament,” that effort “will take years,” said Joseph Cirincione, president of Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation. “It depends at least as much in what the U.S. does as what North Korea promises,” he said. “Remember, this is going to be a deal where both sides give something, both sides compromise.” CONNECT 36 COMMENT EMAIL MORE
Police: Suspect holds four kids hostage after shooting Orlando cop
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Police: Suspect holds four kids hostage after shooting Orlando cop Authorities in Orlando on Monday said a suspect who shot a police officer has barricaded himself in an apartment in the central Florida city with four children. It was unclear if the suspect had been injured in the gunfire. Police negotiators urged the man to give himself up. Post to Facebook Police: Suspect holds four kids hostage after shooting Orlando cop Authorities in Orlando on Monday said a suspect who shot a police officer has barricaded himself in an apartment in the central Florida city with four children. It was unclear if the suspect had been injured in the gunfire. Police negotiators urged the man to give himself up. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2JD8QiK Cancel Send A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. 8 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Police: Suspect holds four kids hostage after shooting Orlando cop Aamer Madhani , USA TODAY Published 9:55 a.m. ET June 11, 2018 | Updated 5:44 p.m. ET June 11, 2018 CLOSE A man believed to have shot a police officer responding to a report of a domestic dispute at an apartment complex in Orlando, Florida, barricaded himself in an apartment with four children in a standoff that remained unresolved Monday. (June 11) AP In this image made from video, Orlando Police Chief John Mina, center, speaks during a news conference, Monday, June 11, 2018, during a hostage standoff where a police officer was shot in Orlando, Fla. Police said a man suspected of battering his girlfriend wounded a police officer late Sunday and barricaded himself inside an apartment with several young children. (Photo: Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel via AP) CONNECT 8 COMMENT EMAIL MORE Authorities in Orlando on Monday said a suspect who shot a police officer has barricaded himself in an apartment in the central Florida city with four children. Officers arrived at an apartment complex near the Universal Orlando theme park late Sunday after a woman said she been battered by the suspect, whom she described as her boyfriend, police said. Police and the suspect Gary Lindsey Jr. — who is with four children ages 1,6, 10, and 11 in the apartment — exchanged gunfire and one officer was seriously injured. The woman had left the apartment after she was allegedly assaulted. Police chief John Mina said that the officer, Kevin Valencia, was listed in critical condition with “very significant injuries” but is expected to survive. It was unclear if the suspect had been injured in the gunfire. Police negotiators urged the man to give himself up. “We are trying to negotiate with the subject so that he peacefully surrenders,” Mina said. “Our main concern right now is the safety of the children in that apartment.” Mina said that during the standoff, which began around 11:45 p.m. Sunday, police negotiators have engaged Lindsey in talks five times. Lindsey is the father of two of the children, while the other two are children of the girlfriend, according to police. Lindsey is a convicted felon who has previously faced arson and domestic abuse charges, Mina said. Judy Pepper, a resident of the apartment complex, told the Orlando Sentinel that she looked out her window after the hearing the pops of gunfire and saw three people carrying a police officer onto the grass. She said other officers arrived, cut open his shirt and appeared to be putting bandages on his neck. Then, they put him in a patrol car and sped away. “Hell, yes, I was absolutely terrified,” she said. The officer was being treated at Orlando Regional Medical Center, where he underwent surgery. CONNECT 8 COMMENT EMAIL MORE