This 4 September 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
IRISH MEDIA DUMPS ON MIKE PENCE An Irish columnist said Vice President Mike Pence was treated as an important guest, but was disrespectful with his Brexit comments. Miriam Lord wrote: “Like pulling out all the stops for a much-anticipated visitor… and thinking it has been a great success until somebody discovers he sh*t on the new carpet.” [HuffPost]
PENCE SECURITY DETAIL SHOCKS ICELAND U.S. Vice President Mike Pence’s arrival in Iceland with military jets and armed personnel set eyes popping in a nation consistently ranked as the world’s most peaceful. The guards protecting Pence got backup from a police force that only allows elite “Viking SWAT” members to carry guns. [AP]
William Barr: Trump’s attorney general to host $30,000 Christmas party at president’s hotel: here.
MILLIONS IN TRUMP CAMPAIGN FUNDS FLOW TO HIS BUSINESSES Not only have the U.S. and foreign governments spent money at properties owned by Donald Trump, but the president’s own political campaign and affiliated political committees have also spent about $16.8 million at his businesses since he launched his 2016 presidential bid. [HuffPost]
TRUMP BLOWS CASH ADVANTAGE — BUT POCKETS CAMPAIGN DOLLARS President Donald Trump forced his campaign managers to take pay cuts in the last two months. But new filings with the Federal Election Commission show that Trump’s campaign and the Republican National Committee spent $203,000 at his hotel near the White House and another $37,542 on space at his Trump Tower in Manhattan ― although the campaign is based at a high-rise in Arlington, Virginia. Total reported payments in August from the campaign and the RNC to the president’s own businesses amounted to $251,409, even as his reelection operation loses its fundraising advantage to Joe Biden. [HuffPost]
TAXPAYERS’ $3.4 MILLION TAB FOR TRUMP PARTY Taxpayers shelled out another $3.4 million to send Trump to Florida over the weekend so he could host a Super Bowl party for paying guests at his for-profit golf course. Tickets sold for $75 each, but were only available to members of the club — the initiation fee for which reportedly runs about $450,000. [HuffPost]