- President Donald Trump’s Sunday speech at the Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, was supposed to be a barn-burner.Supposedly authored by Stephen Miller, one of the architects of Trump’s travel ban on individuals from several Muslim-majority countries, the speech was on terrorism in the Islamic world — a topic on which the president is particularly bellicose.
- But the president delivered a toned-down call for unity intended to reset his image in the Muslim world and didn’t even say the words “radical Islamic terrorism,” a phrase he relentlessly campaigned on.
- Trump’s more moderate tone seems to have garnered a muted reaction from the alt-right, the loosely organized and mostly digital network of white nationalists, far-right reactionaries and trolls which exalted in the president’s rise to office. Read more. (5/21/2017 5:00 PM)
Same anon who vented frustration earlier. I completely agree about Once. I pretty much lost interest this season. I just would have preferred going into it knowing that this was the end. I think the suddenness is what hurt. And Im praying and reblogging and tweeting and petitioning and whatever else I can do to try and get something to happen for timeless because it really has so much potential and I rlly feel like it can be something great. And i love the characters andthe story. And I wantmore