After the fire and brimstone October and polls going hay wire for Donald Trump, many believe that the only path for him make a startling comeback feasible is for a huge block of percolating under-cover voters to surface on November 8th.
President’s outburst on the investigative agencies of the country appears to have set the stage for a cabinet reshuffle and ‘equality’ in ministerial berths between the partners of the ruling alliance.
At the final debate was not a bang but a whimper, except for the refusal by Donald Trump to say whether he would accept the verdict of the people on November 8th. An unusually upbeat Hilary Clinton wooed the groups she had targeted for months, the minorities, youth and women, while a resolute Donald Trump warded off the expected darts coming his way regarding his treatment of women. So after rolling the dice and shuffling for ninety minutes at MGM Las Vegas, both candidates may not have moved the needle as regards the undecided voters.
President Maithripala Sirisena reiterated the commitment of the government to establish a BIMSTEC Center for Technology Transfer Facility to contribute to the collective drive for economic advancement.
The emerging-market bloc of BRICS - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, issued here on Sunday, a joint declaration in Benaulim, Goa, after a meeting, looking to play a bigger and enhanced global role.
Final debate: Donald Trump needs to deliver a knockout blow next Wednesday in order to beat the odds he faced, barring any barefaced bloopers by Hilary Clinton. With 20 days to go, polls indicate that Trump was lagging even among female and college-educated white voters.
The cyber-warfare leading to the disclosure of internal sensitive e-mails of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), WikiLeaks- release of Hillary Clinton classified/sensitive e-mails from her (illegally-kept) private server when she was secretary of state and the accusations directed at the Russian government involvement in all these have led to the emergence of serious questions:
By Daya Gamage – Asian Tribune Foreign Affairs Note
Two weeks before the total defeat of Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers on 18 May, 2009, US secretary of state Hillary Clinton was forcing the hand of the IMF and cabinet office of US Treasury Department to suspend all monetary assistance to Sri Lanka, revealed in a sensitive e-mail that went through her (illegally-kept) private server.