The Red Devils have already flown to the USA for their pre-season training camp to participate in the friendly tournament, International Champions Cup, where they will face the likes of AC Milan, Liverpool and Real Madrid. Mourinho has travelled with a 23 man squad, which includes many new faces. The Portuguese decided to include new players because 12 his senior players are unavailable due to their participation in the latter stages of the World Cup. Nemanja Matic working hard in the gym ahead of pre-season. #mufc pic.twitter.com/GpW5INLw5n — Simply Utd (@SimplyUtd) July 18, 2018 Three of them, De Gea, Matic and Fred, however, now have been touted to join the side in next week as per Mourinho. Matic will be the first man to join the squad after his nation Serbia lost out in the group stages, whereas Spain's De Gea and Brazil's Fred will be next in the line to join him in the preseason following their team's round of 16 and Quarterfinal elimination, respectively. Swedish … [Read more...] about David de Gea, Fred and Nemanja Matic due to join Manchester United tour of United States
Bob jones university v united states
close Video Trump encourages Louisiana residents to get out and vote for a Republican governor President Trump asks Louisianans to cast their votes ahead of the LSU versus the University of Florida football game. President Trump slammed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., during a Friday night rally in Louisiana, saying "Nancy Pelosi hates the United States of America." In his second rally in as many nights -- following Thursday's rally in Minneapolis -- Trump also ridiculed the ongoing impeachment inquiry spearheaded by House Democrats, whom he called "scammers and con artists," "They know they can't win an election," Trump told a packed arena in Lake Charles, La., "so they're pursuing an illegal, unconstitutional bulls--- impeachment." "They know they can't win an election so they're pursuing an illegal, unconstitutional bulls--- impeachment." — President Trump The president's use of the barnyard epithet drew a roar from the crowd, just as a … [Read more...] about Trump blasts ‘bulls— impeachment’ at Louisiana rally, says Nancy Pelosi ‘hates the United States’
By Connor Casey - December 8, 2019 12:48 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 The next chapter in the Rey Mysterio vs. AJ Styles feud will take place on this week's Monday Night Raw, as the legendary luchador will defend his United States Championship against "The Phenomenal One" in Greenville, South Carolina. The feuds surrounding the US title have been somewhat of a mess in recent weeks. Styles is mad at Mysterio for taking the US title from him, but he's also mad at Randy Orton for helping Mysterio capture the title (Orton was just interested in getting revenge on Styles and The OC for attacking him during a No. 1 contender's match). Drew McIntyre also teased a feud with Orton on Raw this past week, and Ricochet and Humberto Carrillo have continued to pop up in the margins of each storyline. Last week's Raw in Nasvhille culminated in a six-man tag match invovling Mysterio, Ricochet and Carrillo against The OC. Styles won the match after hitting a second-rope Styles Clash … [Read more...] about Rey Mysterio vs. AJ Styles United States Championship Match Booked for WWE Raw
On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate voted 63-37 in favor of S.J.Res.54, or “A joint resolution to direct the removal of United States Armed Forces from hostilities in the Republic of Yemen that have not been authorized by Congress.” The vote allows the bill to advance from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to the Senate floor for debate, which will likely take place next week. As its title explains, the resolution, co-sponsored by Senators Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Mike Lee (R-UT), among others, calls for the president to pull U.S. forces out of Yemen. The United States has been aiding the Saudi-backed fight against Houthi rebels in the Yemeni civil war since 2015. The text of the resolution reads in part: Congress hereby directs the President to remove United States Armed Forces from hostilities in or affecting the Republic of Yemen, except United States Armed Forces engaged in operations directed at al Qaeda or associated forces, by not later than the date that is 30 days … [Read more...] about Senate Votes On Resolution Demanding Trump Pull The United States Out Of Saudi-Led War In Yemen
Speaking on Fox News with host Laura Ingraham on Thursday night after the release of the Inspector General’s report detailing the actions of former FBI director James Comey, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani bluntly stated not only that Comey should be prosecuted, but that he was “going to extort the President of the United States.” Ingraham began by asking, “What is your personal takeaway from this report, which is exceedingly detailed, and unlike the Special Counsel’s report, exceptionally well-written?” Giuliani responded: Well, I think this report, forget whether it’s a crime or not, sort of details the worst director in the history of the FBI … Take Jay Edgar Hoover, put him aside, whatever he did, this guy, he broke every rule. If you look at the Horowitz report, he broke every rule of the FBI. Now, I think he should be prosecuted. If you don’t think he should be prosecuted, okay. But for him to say I didn’t leak. The … [Read more...] about WATCH: Rudy Says Comey Should Be Prosecuted, Was ‘Going To Extort The President Of the United States’
There will be no Scottish Olympic team at the 2016 Games in Rio. James Bond can keep his passport. Hogwarts will remain under the British Ministry of Magic's control. The Union Jack will fly unchanged. After two years of debating the promise and pitfalls that independence could bring, 3.6 million Scottish voters cast their ballots on Thursday—and 55 percent of them decided to stay in the United Kingdom.Although the 'No' campaign won in the end, British Prime Minister David Cameron's all-or-nothing strategy on Scottish independence failed. During referendum negotiations with Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond two years ago, Cameron pushed for a yes-or-no vote in the hopes of spooking voters into choosing the latter. But when a YouGov poll two weeks ago showed the 'Yes' campaign in the lead for the first time, he and other U.K. leaders suddenly reversed course and pledged far greater powers to Scottish voters if they remained in the union. They decided to do so. The prime … [Read more...] about The United States of Great Britain?