Former President George W. Bush will not publicly comment on President Donald Trump’s executive order pausing immigration from seven countries in the Middle East and Africa.
Patrick Kennedy, the State Department’s outgoing undersecretary for management, had a disastrous final four years in the post, as he was blamed for the failure to protect American lives in Benghazi, Libya, and was caught protecting Hillary Clinton during the investigation into her unauthorized use of a private email server.
Hours before President Donald Trump took the oath of office, the Obama administration directed $221 million to be sent to the Palestinian Authority, undercutting Republican opposition in Congress to the money transfer.
The State Department held stress management sessions following Donald Trump’s presidential election victory, providing employees tips for how to cope with change so they do not “become paralyzed by fear.”
It was nine years ago today on Jan. 7, 2008 that top Clinton family adviser Sidney Blumenthal was arrested in Nashua, New Hampshire, and given a drunk driving charge by police.
The State Department imposed sanctions on the son of deceased al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden on Thursday.