Trump did not take credit for “being right” in response to the Ohio State attack, but he has done so in the past.
For example, in response to the Orlando nightclub shooting on June 12, in which 50 people were killed and dozens more wounded, Trump said on Twitter that he appreciated “the congrats for being right on radical Islamic terrorism.” In recent days, Trump has made a habit of tweeting controversial statements in the early morning hours.
It was the first death sentence the presiding judge had ever passed, according to local media.
The family was present throughout the trial, which displayed evidence against Madison and went into graphic detail about the nature of his crimes.
“I don’t understand how she’s doing anything in the polls.
I see Hillary for prison, but there’s no Hillary for president signs anywhere.
I didn't even know these people yet, I can't just start flirting with them, I thought.
But there was some inherent iffiness to our potential relationship: she had been promised the role of Pathfinder, but it was unfairly awarded to me instead.
I thought we might have to work that out and get to a good place first, where the power dynamics don't feel off.
During the presidential campaign, Trump criticized the Obama administration for its policy of admitting a modest number of refugees from countries afflicted by terrorism, such as Syria.
The president-elect also proposed a ban on Muslim immigrants to the United States until government officials “can figure out what is going on.” His proposals were widely criticized by Democrats and even some Republicans.