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MALICE WITH JOKES ABOUT NEYMAR INVADES PLAYER’S GAFFE
The deprecated debauch that Neymar has been suffering in social media has led the player’s father to make an appeal to his son’s “friends” who spend most of their time attacking the digital irreverence of network users; “People, secure social networks with cursing” (sic), asked father Neymar in a letter released by the website globoesporte.com
247 – The criticized debauch that the player Neymar has been suffering in social media has led the player’s father to make an appeal to his son’s ‘friends’ who spend most of their time attacking the digital irreverence of network users. “People, secure social networks with cursing” (sic), asked father Neymar in a letter released by the website globoesporte.com.
The ridicule to the cracker has taken proportion and begin to interfere in the routine of the athlete, which depends on mental performance as well as physical performance. The ostensible and widespread debauchery added to the fan’s indisposition have produced an unheard of malaise between players and coaching staff, who opted for isolation.
“After Neymar vetoed the comments on his Instagram account because of the criticism he suffered during the World Cup, the father of the craque sent a message to the” parces “of the Brazilian asking for the end of discussions in social networks.
‘Guys, Neymar, father speaking. People, secure social networks with curses directed at whoever. If you want to support Juninho, let it be a positive form of support and friendship. Let’s forget the antis and whoever it is, “said the father of the Brazilian team’s shirt 10 in a letter published by globoesporte.com .
‘Let’s win this Cup with the fans and the premise of God. I know how much you love my son and want to protect him, but these attitudes will only contaminate you with the same revolt, for he also loves you. Let’s use the right weapons and shields, with prayer and faith that in the end everything will work, God willing. To the friends, my request. Hugs, Ney father, ‘he added.
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According to the semi-official ISNA news agency, Iranian interior ministry spokesman Seyyed Salman Samani said the female football fans were not arrested – but transferred to a “proper place” by police.
Earlier reports said two women were held.
Iran has barred women from attending football games since the Iranian Revolution in 1979.
‘Break the taboo’
There were calls on social media before the match for women to protest against the ban outside the Azadi stadium today.
Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump on Wednesday publicly chastised Attorney General Jeff Sessions over an investigation into alleged surveillance abuses.
The scathing tweet is the latest in a long line of public rebukes the President has leveled against his attorney general, a man who broke with much of his party to endorse Trump early in his presidential run.
“Why is A.G. Jeff Sessions asking the Inspector General to investigate potentially massive FISA abuse. Will take forever, has no prosecutorial power and already late with reports on Comey etc,” Trump wrote. “Isn’t the I.G. an Obama guy? Why not use Justice Department lawyers? DISGRACEFUL!”
Why is A.G. Jeff Sessions asking the Inspector General to investigate potentially massive FISA abuse. Will take forever, has no prosecutorial power and already late with reports on Comey etc. Isn’t the I.G. an Obama guy? Why not use Justice Department lawyers? DISGRACEFUL!
Sessions said Tuesday that the Justice Department is looking at whether the FBI has properly handled applications for surveillance orders under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Sessions, appearing at a news conference announcing a new opioid task force, was asked about House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes’ controversial memo outlining purported surveillance abuses and told reporters that “the inspector general will take that as one of the matters he’ll deal with.”
The Justice Department’s inspector general is Michael E. Horowitz, a longtime department official who has worked under Republican and Democrat administrations. He was confirmed for the inspector general job in 2012 under then-President Barack Obama.
While Trump is correct that Horowitz does not have prosecutorial powers, he can — and often does — make criminal referrals to the Justice Department based on his investigations. An investigation into improper FISA use would fall squarely onto Horowitz, too, given his charge instructs him to “investigate alleged violations of criminal and civil laws by DOJ employee.”
Latest attack on Sessions
Trump’s anger toward Sessions stems from his decision to recuse himself from all investigations into the 2016 campaign, including special counsel Robert Mueller’s expanding investigation into collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives bent on meddling in the election. Sessions made that decision after he did not fully answer questions during his confirmation hearing about his conversations with Russian diplomats during the 2016 campaign. Trump, in turn, has said he wouldn’t have named Sessions to lead the Justice Department had he known he would have recused himself.
That animosity has played out publicly ever since.
Trump pestered Sessions for not looking into Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails, slammed him for being “very weak” on Clinton’s “crimes” and labeled him “beleaguered” in July.
As pressure mounted on Sessions last year, his standing in the administration appeared untenable to people inside the West Wing. During the first six months of Trump’s presidency, Trump asked for Sessions’ resignation, called the attorney general an “idiot” but then later declined to accept his attorney general’s resignation letter.
Sessions has so far weathered the incessant incoming from the White House and sources close to the attorney general have told CNN that he is unlikely to go anywhere soon. But the saga between the two top Republicans has played out in public for much of Trump’s first year in office and the President’s chronic antipathy towards the top law enforcement official has defined Trump’s view of the Justice Department.
Trump’s anger boiled over in June, too, when the President pushed then-chief of staff Reince Priebus to obtain Sessions’ resignation, according sources familiar with the exchange. Priebus later said that he talked Trump out of the firing.
The latest chapter in the saga between Trump and Sessions came just one week ago, when Trump challenged Sessions to launch an investigation into the Obama administration for failing to do enough to stop the 2016 election foreign interference.
“Question: If all of the Russian meddling took place during the Obama Administration, right up to January 20th, why aren’t they the subject of the investigation?” Trump asked. “Why didn’t Obama do something about the meddling? Why aren’t Dem crimes under investigation? Ask Jeff Sessions!”
CNN’s Laura Jarrett contributed to this report.
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