Salman is charged with aiding and abetting her husband in the June 12, 2016, attack that killed 49 people and injured 68 others. Attorneys argued the statements are hearsay and irrelevant, and should not be entered into evidence.A mutual friend whose nickname was Nemo told investigators Mateen would tell his wife he was hanging out with Nemo but would instead meet other women to cheat on her. The government also said it would use evidence that showed Mateen and Salman spent upward of $25,000 on jewelry in the days leading to the attack because it shows she knew one was imminent.
"We in Washington, we in the country, cannot be focused on tweets," said Republican Senator Bill Cassidy on NBC's "Meet the Press." "I get so frustrated when we get focused on tweets." John Kasich, the Republican governor of Ohio, said he hoped Trump's family would talk to him and say, "Knock it off." "The coarseness doesn't help anybody," he said, appearing on ABC's "This Week." Republican Senator Ben Sasse said on CNN that there is a difference between complaining about bad coverage and "trying to weaponize distrust." Democrat Nancy Pelosi, the House Minority Leader, also condemned Trump's tweets, saying "violent imagery to bully the press must be rejected." '#Fraud News CNN' The video, posted early Sunday, appears to be a doctored 28-second clip of Trump's 2007 appearance on the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.Read more: G20: Fun things to know about capitalism's big bash in Hamburg Read more: Who's who in Hamburg's G20 protests Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, called Trump's reaction "unseemly," while Annie Lowrey, a journalist with The Atlantic magazine, tweeted: "In seriousness, I am terrified that a journalist - perhaps one of the many political reporters I know and love - is going to end up dead." Bruce Brown, the executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, said the video was a "threat of physical violence against journalists" and that Trump's tweet was "beneath the office of the presidency." Bill Kristol, a conservative commentator and editor-at-large of The Weekly Standard, compared Trump's actions to behavior that caused the fall of the Roman Empire."The speed with which we're recapitulating the decline and fall of Rome is impressive.US President Donald Trump has praised his own mental state and described himself as a "very stable genius." The comments come as a response to the 'Fire and Fury' book, which portrayed him as intellectually limited.Often to interact match membership says options has.Tensions between the US media and Donald Trump have risen after the president tweeted a video that showed him hitting a man with a face covered by the CNN logo. Broadcaster CNN has accused Donald Trump of engaging in "juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office," after the US president tweeted a short video clip that shows him pummeling a man in a business suit, with the man's face obscured by the CNN logo.
"Instead of preparing for his overseas trip, his first meeting with [Russian President] Vladimir Putin, dealing with North Korea and working on his health care bill, he is instead involved in juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office," CNN said Sunday, referencing the meeting with Putin at the G20 summit in Hamburg later this week.
() For some, it's the planet's leaders trying to solve its biggest problems.
For others, it's capitalist exploiters plotting to expand their world domination.
() US news outlets including CNN and the New York Times have said they were barred from an off-camera briefing with Trump's press secretary.
The decision drew censure and prompted other media outlets to boycott the meeting.
But wherever you stand on it, the G20 summit is plenty weird.