Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to reveal a $1.5 million boost to the manufacturing industry today, which will create up to 80,000 new jobs.
Catholic leader doesn’t want to be used for political purposes.
Here’s the weather across Australia on Thursday October 1, 2020, including storms in several states and a gale warning in Tasmania.
The US Commission on Presidential Debates said Wednesday it will enact new measures to “maintain order” at upcoming events after President Donald Trump and rival Joe Biden’s toxic Cleveland
“I can only say they have to stand down,” the president said of far-right extremists, after telling them during the presidential debate to “stand by.”
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden told President Donald Trump to just “shut up” during the presidential debate on Tuesday after Trump’s repeated interruptions, and it’s become the Biden campaign’s latest piece of ammunition.
In a clip posted to social media, Biden’s team edited the exchange to include a crying emoji pasted over Trump’s face and added in the sounds of a wailing baby in the background.
The video’s caption simply asks: “Had enough?”
For much of the 90-minute debate, Trump and Biden talked over one another, with the president making it difficult for moderator Chris Wallace, a Fox News anchor, to do his job properly.
The “Will you shut up, man?” remark came after Biden was asked whether, upon winning the presidency, he would end the filibuster or expand the number of seats on the Supreme Court.
During Biden’s attempt to answer, Trump interrupted him so incessantly, it rendered the former vice president nearly unable to respond.
“Are you going to pack the court? He doesn’t want to answer the question. … Why won’t you answer that question?” prattled Trump, leading Biden to tell him to “shut up” and calling him “so unpresidential.”
The interaction ultimately did not produce a substantial response, as Wallace moved on to another segment shortly thereafter.
Overall, the debate was panned by critics who called it everything from a “dumpster fire” to a “train wreck” to “the worst presidential debate I’ve ever seen in my life.”
The campaign raised nearly $4 million in an hour — and won 60,000 new donors.
New Zealand’s ruling party leader Jacinda Ardern said she tried cannabis “a long time ago” when asked during a heated live debate on Wednesday ahead of the October 17 general elections.Ardern, 40, is
Three rockets on Wednesday targeted rebel Iranian Kurdish forces not far from Erbil airport, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan and a location where US soldiers are based, two sources said.“Tonight three