The drugs were later found to contain the hallucinogen MDMA, or ecstasy.
The confiscation resembles one in Indiana in 2018, when the Lafayette Courier-Journal reported that police patrolling an interstate highway seized an orange tablet in the shape of the 45th U.S. president’s head, with his lips puckered on the front and “Great Again” printed on the back.
As many as 5,000 such pills were seized in Germany in 2017, NBC News reported.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta are currently in the United States of America to meet business executives of leading US Companies.
The companies are under the umbrella of the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU).
Well, Kenyans can’t t keep calm after a video of President Uhuru Kenyatta giving a mini-speech got out. Kenyans are saying he has a different accent compared to the way he addresses us back home. What do you think? Listen below:
Truth be told Uhuru who is considered a favourite among all Kenyan Presidents knows all too well that when you go to Rome you behave like the Romans.
This is a challenge to the Xaxa generation who can’t even construct a proper sentence to learn the ropes and learn the queens language and proper delivery skills.
Can you imagine how embarrassing it would have been if President Kenyatta didn’t know how to speak fluently?
Here is the video and Kenyans comments on Uhuru’s mastery of the Queens language
Raymond Otete: Kumbe uhuru anakuaga jaluo na sijui 😂😂😂good English Mr president
Regina K Mwengi: Hapa you have to call all you Engish lessons to alertness,. no room for swanglish.
meddyjose: Mpaka accent imechange heheheh
babyshoeschateau: Yaaaaaas,that’s a new accent
Joyce Nailantoi : Yaani Uhunye alinyoosha rusungu sasawa
Rhoda Tsuma Mwebesa: Twang finally popped out 😂😂😂
wamukui:Kumbe rusungu huu change na environment…apo uhunye uko sawa
Even the rich cry, this comes after President Donald Trump came out defending himself against rumours that he and the first lady have broken up.
The first lady was making her first public appearance in almost a month at a reception for Gold Star families at the White House on Monday evening. Entering the event alongside the President, the first lady appeared well as she was videoed walking in, despite the White House saying no press coverage of the event would be allowed.
In a statement Monday night, Melania said it was a ‘privilege’ to welcome the families to the White House.
‘It was a privilege to welcome Gold Star Families to the White House today to recognize our Nation’s fallen heroes and their families. To all those who have lost loved ones in service to our country, our nation grieves with you,’ she said.
‘Thank you to those who joined us this evening and to the men and women currently serving overseas and to their families, thank you for your service. We send our prayers to all of those in harms way, and may God bless the United States of America.’
According to Daily Mail, speculation has been rife about the whereabouts of Mrs. Trump ever since she went in for an operation on her kidney on May 14.
Laughing off the rumours that have spread around Washington like wildfire, Trump refuted speculation the couple have split, saying it was a no-go, ‘Isn’t that right, honey?’
According to Daily Caller reporter Jena Greene who was in attendance as a Gold Star daughter, Trump also spoke about his wife’s surgery and said Melania ‘had a little problem’ a few weeks ago, but ‘wouldn’t miss’ this event ‘for anything’.
Her attendance was listed on President Donald Trump’s official schedule that came out Sunday night.
The event honored military families. Gold Star families are those who have lost a loved one in a war. The White House held a similar reception last year.
Roberta Lyons Nolan, of Pennsylvania, said it was a ‘very emotional’ ceremony where the names of the deceased were read and a candle was lit for each one.
Sunday marked the 24th day Melania Trump had not been seen in public since she underwent a kidney procedure.
It’s unknown when her next appearance will be after her Monday night emergence.
The first lady will not accompany President Donald Trump to the G7 summit in Canada on Friday or to his historic summit in Singapore on June 12.
She will not attend either of the prominent international events, Grisham told the DailyMail.com.
‘She will not attend the G7 and there are no plans for her to travel to Singapore at this time,’ Grisham said in a statement on Sunday evening.
The first lady, 48, was a notable absence on Friday when the Trump family – Jared Kushner,Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Tiffany Trump – joined the president on his trip to Camp David.
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The first lady underwent an embolization procedure on Monday, May 14, likely to remove a cyst from her kidney. Her office said it was benign, or non-cancerous.
She spent a week in the hospital recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
She returned to the White House on Saturday, May 19. Some medical professionals said the five-day hospitalization was long for such a procedure.
There had been reported sightings but no photographic evidence, which led to much online speculation about her whereabouts.
A CNBC reporter tweeted last week: ‘Not that this will deter the conspiracy theorists, but I saw the First Lady walking with her aides in the West Wing yesterday afternoon.’
In a May 30 tweet, the first lady needled the media for speculating about her whereabouts.
‘I see the media is working overtime speculating where I am & what I’m doing. Rest assured, I’m here at the @WhiteHouse w my family, feeling great, & working hard on behalf of children & the American people!’
However, the tweet only brought more questions, as President Trump has been known to use phrases like ‘working overtime’ in his own tweets.
The White House has swatted down some conspiracy theories that have popped up – including one that held she wasn’t even in the White House.
A Playboy Playmate who claims that she had a year-long affair with President Donald Trump is sharing new details about how the real estate scion used his money and power to get her in bed and then ensure her silence.
Karen McDougal tells The New Yorker that she and President Trump met back in 2006 at a party that was hosted by Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion.
President Trump took an immediate liking to McDougal she later wrote in her journal, noting that one of the magazine’s mrketing executives joked: ‘Wow, he was all over you – I think you could be his next wife.’
His third wife Melania was back in New York with the couple’s three-month old Barron at the time, and shortly after the party McDougal was invited to have dinner with President Trump in his private bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
That encounter was also detailed in her journal, with McDougal writing that it culminated with the pair’s first sexual encounter.
When they were done, Trump offered to give McDougal money.
‘He offered me money,’ wrote McDougal in her journal.
‘I looked at him (+ felt sad) + said, “No thanks – I’m not ‘that girl.” I slept w/you because I like you – NOT for money’”- He told me “you are special.”‘
McDougal, who was the Playmate of the Month for December 1997 and later Playmate of the Year for 1998, said she was drawn to Trump’s personality above all else.
‘I was so nervous! I was into his intelligence + charm. Such a polite man,’ she wrote in her journal.
McDougal began to see Trump whenever he was in Los Angeles, which at the time was quite often due to his work on The Apprentice.
It would always be at the same bungalow and President Trump would always have the same meal said McDougal, who was also quite impressed by the fact that he never drank alcohol.
The affair soon moved out of the bungalow and into the real world however, with McDougal claiming she met Trump’s children, got a private tour of his New York City residence and began flying around the country so the two could be together.
The affair would ultimately last 10 months, and it would be 10 years after it ended that McDougal found herself silenced after signing a $150,000 deal with media company AMI, which is owned by President Trump’s close friend David Pecker.
Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem have spoken out about the prevailing issues of sexual assault and sexual harassment in society, blasting President Donald Trump for contributing to the problem.
The two feminist activists and co-founders of the Women’s Media Center appeared on MSNBC on Wednesday night to share their thoughts about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, as well as the hurdles that women still face when it comes to harassment.
Neither minced words when it came to condemning Trump, with Fonda describing him as ‘predatory’ and noting that he is a ‘self-confessed harasser.’
The two women were explaining how sexual harassment and assault are so widespread, but that the issue seems to finally be holding the public’s attention.
After Steinem, 83, pointed out that perpetrators have come from both ends of the political spectrum, Fonda, 79, noted that the common denominator is people who hold power.
‘It’s just easier for those kind of predatory men, you know like the president, to have access to the kind of women he likes,’ she said, adding that Trump’s ownership of the Miss Universe pageant put him in a position to have power over women whom he was attracted to.
‘That we have a president that profiteered off beauty contests is absurd in itself, in addition to the fact that he is a self-confessed harasser,’ added Steinem, who was referring to Trump’s comments about grabbing women’s genitalia because he’s a ‘star’ and they ‘let you’.
But while Weinstein, Bill O’Reilly, Roger Ailes, and Bill Cosby have all now faced consequences for their actions following accusations of sexual assault, Trump has not yet had a ‘day of reckoning’, they said — adding that they believe advertising is to blame.
Steinem likened watching Trump to observing a ‘traffic accident’, saying that people have been unable to look away; that in turn means people tune in to watch his TV appearances, which then earns TV networks advertising dollars.
Fonda added that that’s why it’s so important for more women to hold high-power positions in media, most of which are now held by men.
Though both women made it clear that they were displeased with the status quo, they also indicated that things appear to be slowly changing — particularly following the successive charges against Cosby, Ailes, O’Reilly, and now Weinstein.
‘It feels different. It feels like something has shifted,’ Fonda said.
However, she said, ‘it’s too bad that it’s probably because so many of the women that were assaulted by Harvey Weinstein are famous and white and everybody knows them. This has been going on along time to black women and other women of color and it doesn’t get out quite the same.
‘But it’s so huge, this story, and so much is coming out that shows that it went on for so long over so many countries… that’s it’s really made a big difference that women have come forward. And hopefully it’s like a domino effect, affecting other industries.’
Gloria agreed, pointing out how unfortunate it is that there often need to be multiple accusations against someone for assault or harassment before it gets attention.
‘If you steal money, you probably get arrested and convicted… ’cause everybody says stealing is wrong. But if you do something that’s very sexist or racist, because there still is a critical mass of bias in this country, it takes more cumulative instances for it to be recognized. So we have reached a tipping point I think,’ she said.
She thinks it also makes a difference that there have now been well-known offenders belonging to several different groups, so no one can say it’s someone else’s problem.
‘The offenders have been cross-race — there’s been Cosby — they’ve been across political lines, from right to left,’ she said.
‘The important thing to remember is that it’s about power,’ added Fonda.
When asked by Hayes how they felt about the conservative reaction to the Weinstein scandal — that ‘Hollywood liberals lecture us sanctimoniously’ while this was happening ‘in their own backyard’ — both women scoffed.
Fonda called it ‘ridiculous’, while Steinem said plainly: ‘Nobody ever said the patriarchy was confined to one [side].’
And though the biggest news stories about assault and harassment have come out of the entertainment, media, and political spheres, campaigns like the trending #MeToo hashtag have shown just how pervasive the problem is.
‘Twelve million people in the United States work in restaurants,’ Fonda said. ‘Most of them are women. And they’re often young, but not always, but they survive on tips, which means they have to put up with a lot of [bad behavior].
‘If you don’t look smiley with a low cut dress, and tight [clothes], and the boss tells you [that] you have to, you know… you’re not being paid a living wage, so you depend on your tips.
‘This is often the first job, so these young women, it becomes the norm. [They believe] “Nothing can be as horrible afterward as what was done to me in restaurants, so this must be how life is,”‘ she said.
When a Miss Universe contestant was asked what she thought about President Donald Trump – she understandably looked a little blank.
Miss Kenya Mary Esther looked completely shocked when Steve Harvey asked her the tough politics question.
“Arguably, no United States president has had a more active first 10 days in office. What are you most excited about and what most concerns you when it comes to the Presidency of Donald Trump?” Steve Harvey asked.
“Politics… Ok let me just start again,” she began.
She then appeared to READ her very uncontroversial answer from a teleprompter.
“Donald Trump, having been elected as the President of the United States, may not have been the choice of many people living in the United States because of the divided support system for the outgoing President Barack Obama, who was supporting an upcoming woman President,” she said.
“So, so many people oppose his position. But I feel that once [Trump] took up his position, he was able to unify the entire nation.”
Fans were shocked by Miss Kenya’s support for Donald Trump and took to Twitter to voice their confusion.
Ivanka Trump has kicked off the weekend with a two-day trip to Scotland where she is standing by her father’s side as they reopen the Trump Turnberry golf course.
The 34-year-old mother of three and her husband Jared Kushner, 35, jetted across the pond for the business visit.
Despite the overnight flight, Ivanka looked chic and refreshed in an elegant black crewneck sweater, black jeans, and gladiator-inspired heels and accessories line as she arrived with her dad, her brother Eric, and her nine-year-old niece Kai.
Ivanka was all smiles as she walked alongside her 70-year-old dad as they greeted their fans during their arrival.
While The Donald was proudly sporting his trademark ‘Make America Great Again’ hat, Ivanka accessorized her monochromatic look with black shades and a black leather tote.
Ivanka kept her sleek blond hair down around her shoulders during the flight, and after arriving in Scotland she changed into a white dress and strappy black stilettos for the reopening of Trump Trunberry. Ivanka addressed the crowd before her father took the stage.
Donald Trump’s wife, Melania, 46, has been making the promo rounds herself.
In her cover story with luxury magazine DuJour, the Slovene-American designer/model told a story about an interaction she had with Michael Jackson that may make some folks uncomfortable.
The former model recalled a time when the late King of Pop invited her and Trump to dinner, and things got a bit awkward.
“I met Michael Jackson. It was here in New York in the Pierre Hotel,” she said. “He called us, so we went over and we had dinner. Just after dinner, we were chatting on the sofa and my husband went into another room to see some art somebody wanted to show him.”
This is when things took a bit of a turn: “And Michael said to me, ‘Hey, when Trump comes back, let’s start kissing so he will be jealous!,” she said.
While she refused, she said they both thought the suggestion was pretty funny: “We were laughing so hard,” she said. This story definitely gets the side-eye.
Mrs Trump said she stands by her man. However, she admitted her brief split from Trump in 2000 when he was considering a run for the Reform Party.
“To be married to my husband, to someone successful as he is, he needs somebody who will tell him the truth. Somebody smart, you know. It’s not just like I’m there and I’m just doing things for him. People say I’m not on the campaign, [but] I’m very involved from home,” Mrs Trump said.
U.S presidential aspirant and billionaire businessman Donald Trump has been on the wrong said of people from different parts of the world for saying that he will deport all immigrants when elected as president.
The remarks published on satirical website Newslo, have been the subject of controversy especially after it emerged that Kenyans in the U.S are among the top of his list.
However the latest wrath came from his remarks that all Kenyans who won at the IAAF Beijing championships are all conmen and dopers.
Kenyans on twitter known world wide for their online presence did what they do best and took to the cyber space in protest to his statement with the hashtag #someonetelldonaldtrump. From tweets to memes they made it clear that his dislike for Kenya will not affect the way we perform in athletics and will not make him win the elections.
U.S presidential candidate Donald Trump who is also one of the richest men in the world has rubbed women the wrong way and they are hitting out at him on social media under the hashtag #Periodsarenotaninsult.
Earlier this week he joked that a female journalist ‘had blood coming out of wherever‘ after she gave him a tough time at the first Republican presidential debate.
Now, the internet has come together to bash him on his remarks and their opinions are “live tweets” on their period status.