Missing Colorado toddler found following Amber Alert; father in custody
Just after 8 a.m. Monday, Northglenn, Colorado police said the Amber Alert had been canceled for a missing toddler after the boy was located safely in Aurora. The boy's father, Alejandro Taylor, 32, was also taken into custody, according to a Tweet from the Aurora police department. In a release, Monday morning, Northglenn police said they responded to 12200 Block of Claude Court around 11:40 p.m. Sunday night. A woman there told officers her 18-month-old son was with his father who had called her and threatened to harm the child. The woman told police the father owns multiple firearms.
Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) blasted President Trump on Sunday after Trump claimed that the Republican was forced to retire after not getting the president's You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Corker responds to Trump tweet : ' Alert the
the hashtag “ Alert The Daycare Staff ” that Corker flagged for Trump . an “adult daycare center” late last year after Trump attacked him in a fusillade of tweets . Now Twitter’s on board with the idea, thanks to the hashtag Corker included when he fired off a message to Trump making fun of the
Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) blasted President Trump on Sunday after Trump claimed that the Republican was forced to retire after not getting the president's support.
"Yes, just like Mexico is paying for the wall," Corker tweeted, before using the hashtag "#AlertTheDaycareStaff."
Yes, just like Mexico is paying for the wall...- Senator Bob Corker (@SenBobCorker)
Coker has been repeatedly critical of the Trump administration, and has previously referred to the White House as an "an adult day care center."
Trump snubs Corker, as critics and allies alike lambaste Syria decision
The president’s decision that he would pull all troops out of Syria caught lawmakers of both parties off-guard, and prompted even some of his close allies to warn him he was making a grave mistake.
Tweet . President Donald Trump went on another rant Sunday against Republican Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker , who is leaving the body after two terms. Corker had pledged to only serve two terms in the office, despite Trump begging him to run again. Corker lit the ‘presidential bridge’ on fire on his way
After Trump posted a tweet attacking Corker , the Senator responded by repeating his previous slam that the White House is an “adult day care center.” In a tweet rife with misspellings, Trump claimed that the lack of an endorsement drove Corker out of politics entirely. “Senator Bob Corker just stated
The latest statement from Corker came after Trump ripped into the senator over an earlier Sunday show appearance in a pair of tweets.
"Senator Bob Corker just stated that, 'I'm so [privileged] to serve in the Senate for twelve years, and that's what I told the people of our state that's what I'd do, serve for two terms.' But that is Not True - wanted to run but poll numbers TANKED when I wouldn't endorse him," Trump tweeted earlier Sunday.
"Bob Corker was responsible for giving us the horrible Iran Nuclear Deal, which I ended, yet he badmouths me for wanting to bring our young people safely back home," Trump continued, referencing his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria.
"Bob wanted to run and asked for my endorsement. I said NO and the game was over. #MAGA I LOVE TENNESSEE!" he continued.
Trump, tweeting on Syria withdrawal, says he's 'saddened' by fallen soldiers
In an video shot outside the White House and posted to his Twitter account Wednesday, President Trump explained his sudden decision to pull troops out of Syria earlier in the day in unusually personal terms, saying he has found it increasingly difficult to inform soldiers' loved ones they have died.
Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) blasted President Trump on Sunday after Trump claimed that the Republican was forced to retire after not getting the president's support. The latest statement from Corker came after Trump ripped into the senator over an earlier Sunday show appearance in a pair of tweets .
Corker tweeted right back at Trump . "Same untruths from an utterly untruthful president. #AlertTheDaycareStaff," he wrote in a biting tweet . It's possible that the chastening experience of health care reform's failure could prompt Trump to become more engaged on the tax issue.
Earlier on Sunday, Corker called the standoff over a border wall that has shut down federal agencies a "made-up fight" that is more about Trump scoring political points.
Trump has demanded that Congress provide $5 billion for his long-sought wall along the southern border in a new spending bill. The failure to reach an agreement on the topic by Friday last week led to a partial government shutdown that could last for days.
"This is a made-up fight so the president can look like he's fighting but even if he wins, our borders are going to be insecure," Corker said on CNN's "State of the Union."
that he would not run for reelection. that Corker decided to retire because he didn't have Trump's support.
But last year, Corker's chief of staff Todd Womack claimed that Trump had pushed the Tennessee senator to run again and offered his endorsement should Corker decide to do so.
Trump's 'Game of Thrones'-inspired poster shows up at Cabinet meeting.
A poster inspired by the HBO series “Game of Thrones” appeared on the desk near President Trump during a meeting with his Cabinet on Wednesday. The poster, which was was originally posted to Twitter by the president in November, says, “Sanctions are Coming,” a play on the line from the books and the show: “Winter is coming.” The poster also includes a photograph of Trump. Originally the poster was designed to promote the reimposition of sanctions on Iran that were lifted from the nuclear deal. HBO, where “Game of Thrones” airs, indirectly responded to the poster when it was originally tweeted out by Trump.