On the recent scuba expedition, during which he was photographed dredging up an amphora from the bottom of a lake in the Caucasus, Putin was clad in a wetsuit and full diving gear as he emerged victoriously with the ancient pot, declaring "it's my trophy." But in a press conference on Tuesday, Putin's staff revealed, somewhat unsurprisingly, that the aquatic bid for attention was in fact staged.
It's in Scotland, and he is building a new golf course there. The Guardian reports that Trump will use "any legal means" to block it. How can he say this, when his golf course itself will destroy nature?
George Sorial, managing director of the Trump Organisation, said the windfarm would compromise the golf resort. "We are here to stay and I don't think it's a good idea to interfere with our investment. We are not going to support a project that compromises what we have done. We will use any legal means in our jurisdiction."
"She has been carved like the image and likeness of her male partner. The exact proportions but with more curves. Her game is as precise and her shot as powerful as the men's. On this pitch there are no more obvious physical differences. She and he play under the same conditions. Complete equality."
There was also a $25,000 limited edition all-female Barbie foosball table, such as bought by Charlie Sheen.
He was invited to Turner Field in Atlanta to speak before the first annual "Civil Rights Game" between the hometown Braves and Philadelphia Phillies. After being honored as a "Beacon of Change," Santana acted as such and spoke out against Georgia's recent passing of immigration law, HB 87 that is supposed to crack down on illegal immigration by increasing enforcement powers and requiring many employers to check the immigration status of new hires.
“The people of Arizona, the people of Atlanta, Georgia, you should be ashamed of yourselves,” he said before being met with a round of awkward handclabs and boos from the crowd.
In a post-game press conference he continued.
“This [law] is about fear, that people are going to steal my job,” Santana said. “No we ain’t. You don’t clean toilets and clean sheets, stop shucking and jiving.”
"It’s an anti-American law. It’s a cruel law, actually," Santana added. "If you all remember what it was like here with Martin Luther King and the dogs and the hoses, it’s the same thing, only it’s high tech. So let’s change it.”