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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogWASHINGTON: Senator John McCain has taken a barely-veiled jab at President Donald Trump´s avoidance of military service, sharply escalating their war of words. Republican McCain was interviewed by broadcaster CSPAN on the 50th anniversary of his being shot down over Vietnam, which led to his five-year stay as a prisoner in the infamous "Hanoi Hilton" prison. "One aspect of the conflict, by the way, that I will never ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest-income level of America, and the highest-income level found a doctor that would say that they had a bone spur," McCain said, apparently singling out a diagnosis that allowed Trump to be medically disqualified for service in 1968. "That is wrong. That is wrong. If we are going to ask every American to serve, every American should serve," said McCain, himself an admiral´s son who refused an offer of early release by his captors after being tortured. As a presidential candidate in 2015, Trump said McCain was a war hero only "because he was captured." "I like people that weren´t captured," Trump said. During the Vietnam War, Trump won four educational deferments before graduating from university. After receiving his diploma, he was again eligible for the draft. But a subsequent armed forces physical examination in 1968 found him medically unfit. The relationship between the pair -- one a veteran lawmaker and war hero, the other a real estate tycoon and political neophyte before he assumed the presidency -- has long been testy. But the acrimony has risen to a new degree of bitterness. Last week, McCain railed against the "America First" approach espoused by the Trump administration. "To refuse the obligations of international leadership...for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems is as unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past," said the 81-year-old, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in July. Trump lashed out Tuesday, telling conservative radio host Chris Plante: "People have to be careful because at some point I fight back. "I´m being very nice. I´m being very, very nice. But at some point I fight back, and it won´t be pretty." McCain has proved a thorn in Trump´s side in recent months, twice helping to scupper Republican attempts to repeal a healthcare law that was a signature accomplishment of former president Barack Obama.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogFormer US President George W. Bush speaks during the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, US, May 3, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/Files Former President George W. Bush decried ?bullying and prejudice? while defending immigrants and trade on Thursday in a New York speech that appeared to be a sweeping, thinly veiled critique of President Donald Trump. Bush, 71, used a rare public address to discuss nationalism, racial divisions, and Russia?s intervention in the 2016 election, all flashpoints of his fellow Republican?s nine-month White House tenure. He did not, however, mention Trump by name. ?Bullying and prejudice in our public life sets a national tone, provides permission for cruelty and bigotry, and compromises the moral education of children. The only way to pass along civic values is to first live up to them,? Bush said at the Bush Institute?s National Forum on Freedom, Free Markets and Security. Trump has used nicknames to demean opponents, such as ?Crooked Hillary? for Democrat Hillary Clinton and, more recently, ?Liddle? Bob Corker for a Republican senator who dared to challenge him. Bush ? the president of the US from 2001 to 2009 ? emphasized the important role of immigrants and of international trade, two policy areas that Trump has cracked down on while in office. ?We?ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism, forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America,? Bush said. ?We see a fading confidence in the value of free markets and international trade, forgetting that conflict, instability, and poverty follow in the wake of protectionism.? Asked whether the speech was aimed at Trump, a spokesman for Bush said the long-planned remarks echoed themes the 43rd president had discussed for years. ?The themes President Bush spoke about today are really the same themes he has spoken about for the last two decades,? said Bush spokesman Freddy Ford. Bush touted US alliances abroad ? something Trump has called into question ? and denounced white supremacy, which critics accused the current American commander-in-chief of failing to do quickly and explicitly earlier this year. Criticises Russia In the speech, Bush described a decline in public confidence in US institutions and a paralysis in the governing class to address pressing needs. ?Discontent deepened and sharpened partisan conflicts. Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication,? Bush said. ?We have seen our discourse degraded by casual cruelty.? Trump was a longtime proponent of a false theory that Democratic former President Barack Obama was not born in the United States. Obama ? Trump?s predecessor ? was born in the US state of Hawaii. Bush said Americans were the heirs of Thomas Jefferson, the third US president, as well as civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. ?This means that people of every race, religion, and ethnicity can be fully and equally American,? he said. ?It means that bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed.? Trump has had a rocky relationship with the Bush family. He belittled former Florida Governor Jeb Bush ? who was an early opponent of Trump for the Republican presidential nomination ? and has criticized George W. Bush for the war in Iraq and for presiding over the 9/11 attacks. Bush said globalization could not be wished away ?any more than we could wish away the agricultural revolution or the industrial revolution?. He also had harsh words for Russia and seemed to take aim at Trump for playing down Moscow?s intervention in the US election. ?According to our intelligence services, the Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other. This effort is broad, systematic, and stealthy,? he said. ?Foreign aggressions, including cyber-attacks, disinformation, and financial influence, should not be downplayed or tolerated. This is a clear case where the strength of our democracy begins at home.?
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogKARACHI: Pakistan Peoples? Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Monday expressed complete satisfaction on the performance of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and his entire team while lambasting PTI over its performance in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Speaking to the media after inaugurating a fly-over in Malir the PPP chairman lauded the progress in Sindh including Karachi under his party?s government. He highlighted that sanitation work was improving and multiple roads were being built. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari added that if progress continued at the same pace, his party would surely secure its share in Karachi in the next elections. Taking a swipe at the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Bilawal said that they are complaining that they have been held accountable during his mother Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto?s tenure and during the rule of Pervez Musharraf. The PPP leader said that every time the PML-N was held accountable during PPP rule they colluded with the establishment to remove the PPP government. He asked what accountability the PML-N leadership faced during the Musharraf years, highlighting that they had signed a document and fled the country. Training his sights on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Bilawal Bhutto said he met with the young doctors who informed him that PTI is destroying the health services setup in the province. Taking a jab at the PTI Chairman Imran Khan, who is quite active and has a massive following on social media, Bilawal said the change Khan had promised is limited only to Twitter.