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Politics 'Show some decency': Pilot who landed plane in Hudson River defends Biden, slams Lara Trump

19:15  19 january  2020
19:15  19 january  2020 Source:   washingtonexaminer.com

Listen: Radio call to control tower raises questions about why jet fuel was dumped over Cudahy

  Listen: Radio call to control tower raises questions about why jet fuel was dumped over Cudahy A Delta Air Lines pilot was roughly five minutes into a flight from Los Angeles International Airport en route to Shanghai on Tuesday when he radioed to the airport control tower that he was having problems with the right engine on the jetliner. "We have an emergency at this time," the pilot says calmly, according to a recording obtained at LiveATC.net, a website that streams and archives air traffic control audio. "We need to return to LAX for [an] engine compressor stall."Less than a minute later, a controller asks whether the pilot needs to return to the airport immediately or needs to "hold to burn fuel.

Show some decency . People who can’t have no place in public life. You are fine, just as you are. You can do any job you dream of when you grow up. You can be a pilot who lands your plane on a river and helps save lives, or a president who treats people with respect, rather than making fun of

Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger spoke out in defense of Joe Biden after Lara Trump , President Trump ’s daughter-in-law, mocked the former vice president’s stutter during a campaign event. Sullenberger referenced his heroic landing of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River in the op-ed as part of

Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, the retired pilot who safely landed an airplane in the Hudson river in 2009, slammed Lara Trump in an op-ed on Saturday for mocking Joe Biden's stutter.

Chesley Sullenberger wearing a suit and tie© Provided by Washington Examiner

"Whether you stuttered as a child or laughed at one who did; whether as a parent you try to protect your own stuttering child from taunts such as those made by the president’s daughter-in-law; these words come without hesitation: Stop. Grow up. Show some decency. People who can’t have no place in public life," Sullenberger wrote in the New York Times.

Sullenberg discloses that he is a supporter of Joe Biden for president, noting that he attended a fundraiser for the former vice president in 2019. However, he believes Trump's mocking of Biden "goes beyond politics." The incident Sullenberg refers to occurred at a campaign event for President Trump on Thursday in Iowa, where Lara Trump ostensibly mocked Biden's stutter on debate stages.

Joe Biden slams Facebook, calls Zuckerberg 'a real problem'

  Joe Biden slams Facebook, calls Zuckerberg 'a real problem' The Democratic presidential candidate didn't hold back his thoughts in an interview with The New York Times when asked about the social media giant."I've never been a fan of Facebook, as you probably know. I've never been a big Zuckerberg fan," Biden told The Times when asked about the power of big technology companies and a Facebook ad that ran on the platform falsely claiming he blackmailed Ukranian officials. "I think he's a real problem.

‘Sully’ Sullenberger Defends Biden Against Lara Trump . ‘GROW UP’. Sullenberger referenced his heroic landing of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 in the Hudson River in the op-ed as part of Show some decency . People who can’t have no place in public life,” he wrote, offering a message of hope to

Yet Captain 'Sully' Sullenberger executed a textbook ditching in the Hudson river and saved the lives of everybody on board. Miracle of the Hudson Plane Crash tells the minute-by-minute story of that day through the compelling first-hand testimonies of those who were there, including passengers

"I feel kind of sad for Biden ... I'm supposed to want him to fail at every turn, but every time he comes onstage or they turn to him, I'm like, 'Joe, can you get it out? Let's get the words out, Joe," said the president's daughter-in-law.

Lara Trump denied the accusation that she mocked Biden in a tweet on Friday, citing it as "another example of the egregious reporting we see every day in the mainstream media."

Biden rebukes Trump 'headaches' comment on troop brain injuries .
Joe Biden slammed President Trump for brushing off brain injuries sustained by U.S. troops after Iranian missile strikes on Iraqi bases earlier this month. © Provided by Washington Examiner"When he was asked about it, he said, 'It's not very serious, it's just bad headaches.' Folks, this can't be sustained," Biden, 77, said at a presidential campaign town hall in Salem, New Hampshire, on Saturday. "Let's be clear about something. Hundreds of thousands of troops have suffered traumatic brain injuries. At this day, we still are dealing with the issue. They're real, and they are deadly serious.

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