The rift reportedly intensified after President Trump sided with the economic nationalists, including Bannon and Navarro, du Civil war?: A dispute over trade has broken out within the White House after a contentious meeting in the Oval Office between economic nationalists and pro-trade leaders from Wall Street.Pictured: the president and his staff in January Pro-trade vs nationalists: The split within the administration was caused by differences between pro-trade and former Wall Street executive Gary Cohn (pictured left last month) and Trump trade adviser Peter Navarro (right) Bannon and Navarro's stance on trade supports the idea of domestic control of the economy including protectionist barriers and tariffs on imports to the US.However, Cohn's pro-trade agenda is in favor of globalization.Navarro has openly criticized and angered Germany and European allies for accusing leaders of exploiting the 'undervalued' euro.The White House decline to answer questions about the meeting to the Financial Times.
The government has accepted a series of recommendations from the PJCIS on amendments to the proposed telco national security legislation in an effort to protect networks from 'cyber intrusions' by 'malicious actors'.
exposes the darker inner regrets that fester beneath the intoxicating day-glo of girls going absolutely wild in the hypnotic Florida sunshine.
But what about the real Girls Gone Wild, those sometimes-underage revelers caught permanently between beer-stained contracts and Joe Francis’ camera lens?
What about the real young women whose acts of sex come with regrets?
Haven’t we all -- especially in our youth -- found ourselves mentally suspended in moments of coercion, moments we smile through by rote?