Barack Obama advises a wait and see approach to President-elect Donald Trump

Barack Obama advises a wait and see approach to President-elect Donald Trump

Obama said the realities of the White House may force Trump to adjust how he approaches many issues. Obama also urged his fellow Democrats to fight for their beliefs, but be willing to work with his Republican successor whenever possible. Obama made the remarks at the close of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit in Peru, his last stop on his final foreign tour as the U.S. head of state. Nov 21, 2016
Vice president-elect Mike Pence booed at Hamilton show; actors ask him to uphold American values

Vice president-elect Mike Pence booed at Hamilton show; actors ask him to uphold American values

US Vice president-elect Mike Pence got booed after he attended a performance of Hamilton in New York. After the show, cast member Brandon Victor Dixon pointed out Pence in the audience.While he asked the audience not to boo, he told Pence: “We sir, we are the diverse America, who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir” Nov 19, 2016
Malaysia painted red and yellow as government rivals rally in capital

Malaysia painted red and yellow as government rivals rally in capital

Thousands of people marched through Kuala Lumpur in anti-government protests. They demanded Prime Minister Najib Razak’s resignation over his alleged involvement in a multi-billion dollar misappropriation scandal.Wearing yellow T-shirts they called for a corruption-free Malaysia. Najib’s supporters in red staged their own protest to fight against the allegations. Police said the protests by both groups were illegal. Nov 19, 2016
Theresa May and Angela Merkel meet for bilateral talks

Theresa May and Angela Merkel meet for bilateral talks

UK Prime Minister Theresa May met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss freedom of movement between EU countries as well as partnerships with Africa and the worldwide economy. Speaking at a press conference both Merkel and May pointed out that the leaders were not meeting to discuss Brexit in detail because the decision of Britain to leave the European Union was accepted by Germany. Nov 18, 2016