The 2016 US presidential elections produced shockwaves across the globe as Republican nominee Donald Trump becomes the country's 45th president.
Bloomberg enters the Democrat nomination debate fray
00:52 - The 9th richest man on earth wants to President of the USA. He debated some of his competitors for the first time. Did his IRL performance match his impressive digital game?
03:50 - Hanau trends after a self described far-right incel kills 9 people in Shisha bars in the town. Then goes home and kills his mother. Then kills himself.
11:20 - Police arrest 2 people for the murder of a 7 year old Fatima in Mexico
#MıkeBloomberg #MınıMıke #HanauShooting
US fails first election test of 2020
00:56 - The Iowa Caucus results were delayed due to a fail in the software. That doesn’t bode well for the rest of 2020
05:26 - #westandwithobi Support for footballer Jon Obi Mikel who was racially abused on social media by Fenerbache fans
11:34 - Justin Bieber admits to doing too many drugs SHOCK / HORROR
Influencing voters on a grand scale, a fresh leak of thousands of documents shows how it's done
01:06 - An anonymous Twitter account, @HindsightFiles release documents exposing how Cambridge Analytica influenced voters in 68 countries.
05:48 - #JNUAttack Students in India protest against violence at a leading Delhi university
11:25 - The best moments on and off camera at the #GoldenGlobes
US Democratic Debate: Candidates hold second day of debates
The second round of debates between Democrats seeking the nomination for the US 2020 presidential race took place over two consecutive nights in Detroit, Michigan. It's likely to be the last debate for more than half of the 24 candidates, who won't meet the criteria to progress to the next round. Democratic presidential hopefuls clashed over key issues including immigration and healthcare as TRT World's Courtney Kealy reports.
#debate #DemocraticDebate #JoeBiden
Was the Gilroy shooter a white supremacist? – Newsfeed
00:48 -Details of the man who killed 3 and injured 12 in a shooting in California are coming out. His last post mentioned a white supremacist book
04:06 - Democrats debate
05:43 - China says it has released 90 percent of the Uighurs it was detaining in East Turkistan. Turkey will be sending a delegation to the region
#GilroyGarlicShooting #Provethe90% #Islamophobia
Newsfeed - Extent of the misinformation programme revealed
- Russian trolls influenced the US election in 2016. Now we know more about how far it went
- Prada makes racist trinket. Takes trinket off sale when told its racist
- Miss Universe winner announced, but another contestant is making all the headlines
#USElections2016 #Russia #Prada
Why women vote for Trump: The US President and sexism
US President Donald Trump has said and done terrible things to women over the years. Yet “Women for Trump” continue to support him. How is this possible?
#USelections #Midtermelections #Trump
Has Donald Trump changed the way Americans look at the US presidency?
Donald Trump threw out the rule book - or didn't read it - when he entered the oval office, and he's changed the way America looks at the Presidency. Former US presidential candidate Ron Paul spoke to the Newsmakers.
Democratic National Committee breach
The US Democratic National Committee says its computer network was infiltrated. There were two breaches - one had been ongoing for a year, and one was in April. Hackers seemed to be interested in only one thing: Trump. The DNC hired Cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike to investigate suspicious activity in May. “Within 24 hours, we were able to ascertain with our software deployed on all their machines there was in fact two breaches from two separate Russian intelligence services that were inside that network.”. Russia denies any wrongdoing. Who might want more dirt on Trump? Security expert Adam Levin has a few ideas. "Well they could be state sponsored hackers. They could be for-profit hackers. The one thing about Donald Trump is that he has prided himself on the fact that he is unpredictable. So that means the more information you can get about him, with people who are digging deep, perhaps the more predictable he can become to someone who is trying to sit across the table from him. It could even be a cause- hack, someone who's just very offended by what he says.
Well they could be state sponsored hackers...They could be for-profit hackers...The one thing about Donald Trump is that he has prided himself on the fact that he is unpredictable. So that means the more information you can get about him, with people who are digging deep, perhaps the more predictable he can become to someone who is trying to sit across the table from him...It could even be a cause-hack, someone who's just very offended by what he says.
Ben Carson's former Deputy Press Secretary on Trump's victory
Republican Christopher Harris and David Mitchell on US Presidential Election results
Sean Michael Cox Part 2 Election Night in America
Peter Maxwell on Election Night in America
Sean Michael Cox Part 1 Election Night
Dave Levinthal and Sean Michael Cox on Election Night
Joe Corbett and Siraj Hashmi on Election Night
How Clinton lost the election
Over 53% of white women voted for Donald Trump, delivering a shock defeat to Hillary Clinton, even after Trump boasted about sexually assaulting women. Black women voted overwhelmingly for Clinton
Trump says more US troops needed to fight Daesh in Iraq
TRT World's Nicole Johnston brings the latest details.
Iran urges Trump to respect international agreements
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif urges Trump to respect international agreements.
Atmosphere in the capital after Trump wins
TRT World's Kate Fisher brings the latest updates from Washington DC.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates Donald Trump
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulates Donald Trump on his victory. TRT World's Gregg Carlstrom brings the latest updates from Tel Aviv.
White House congratulates Trump on win
TRT World's Mimi Chiahemen brings the latest updates.
Reactions to Trump presidency
Reactions to Trump presidency around the globe.
Professor Tom Jackson of Loughborough University on US election results