Friday, March 16, 2018


Out of Florida comes more tragic news ... The Florida Highway Patrol said multiple vehicles were crushed by the structure when it came down onto a busy Miami highway near Florida International University's campus Thursday afternoon. The walkway -- weighing 950 tons and designed to withstand hurricane-force winds -- was still under construction endnote due to open until next year. After being installed in just six hours last weekend, the pedestrian bridge was hailed as an outstanding example of a popular but relatively new "accelerated" technology specifically designed to speed construction while maintaining safety.

A fourth nor'easter in 14 days is headed across the country and could impact the northeast coast again. As for NYC - I only see rain.

More storms on the horizon for Trump as Stormy Daniels' attorney claims she was physically threatened to stay silent about what she knew about Trump. I can't wait to hear what she has to say.

One year into office and Trump's continues to get rid of advisors we all knew were wrong for their jobs and would leave or be fired. The pressure has gotten to Donald Trump Jr. as his wife Vanessa files for divorce. I'm not sure how any of Trump's children can handle his temperamental behavior and decision making. Don Jr. could wind up in jail along with Jarod. Take the money Vanessa while it's sill available. Get a great Manhattan lawyer!

Trump again ... After firing his secretary of State this week, President Trump is preparing another White House shake-up, this time moving toward replacing national security advisor H.R. McMaster. The timing remains unclear, and two White House officials said Trump might want to keep McMaster until after a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The three-star Army general is seen as a calming force, but he's also been said to have bored and irritated Trump by meticulously laying out the pros and cons on major policy questions. On Twitter, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the two have a good working relationship but conspicuously didn't rule out the possibility that change could come soon.

Russia again ... I'm not following the day today events of Mueller's investigation but things seem to be heating up. Mueller has reportedly issued a subpoena to the Trump Organization in recent weeks seeking an array of documents, including some related to Russia. Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort asked a federal judge to dismiss some of the criminal charges he faces in the Russia inquiry, claiming prosecutorial overreach. Mueller's office: no comment.

The World means puzzled as to why Trump doesn't take affirmative action against Putin and Russian interference saying he will but then backing off. This involve blackmail, money, or something else we can only speculate on if we choose to get involved in this whole mess? The Trump administration announced sanctions against 19 Russian individuals and five organizations for meddling in the 2016 election and for cyberattacks still targeting the U.S. electrical grid and water systems. Yet on Thursday, Trump was mum on the issue.

Headed to Mars in 2019?

Does this mean Trump's "Space Force" is gearing up to go? Best tell Elon that it's a 3-way race. Aliens ... brace for humans. They will never utter those famous words, "Take me to your leader."

Russia vows mission to Mars next year as new space race heats up - March 15, 2018