Donald Trump says there is no California drought

According to Trump, there is no California drought. It’s apparently part of a conspiracy. To save a fish.
“We’re going to solve your water problem. You have a water problem that is so insane. It is so ridiculous where they’re taking the water and shoving it out to sea,” Trump told thousands of supporters at the campaign event.

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In Hiroshima, Obama visit stirs warm but complex feelings

Frederic Pearson, director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at Wayne State University in Detroit, said Obama’s visit might prompt Americans to look more deeply at the wartime history.

“If you look at the bombing (of Hiroshima), the targeting was over the center of the city. They (the U.S.) gave the excuse that there were military bases on the fringes,” said Pearson, who was touring the Peace Museum with Jackson on Sunday.

“Two of those pictures of the mushroom cloud (displayed in the museum) were taken from the military bases, neither of which were hit. So there was absolutely no excuse for bombing the center of the city,” he said.

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Hiroshima survivor: Obama should have come earlier

Though he spoke about visiting Hiroshima in his first year in office, Obama waited until his last year to make the visit.

“Now his presidency is near the end, he doesn’t have any influence on political power, he doesn’t have any power anymore, so I think he wants to make a legacy by visiting Hiroshima because he doesn’t have any power in American policy,” he said.

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