He looked rather pale. All arranged in a spectacularly undignified manner. The met police really lack all class. That could of all been done without the media circus, which the establishment as ever, will illicit the opposite response from the one they wanted.
I'm not sure how much of a media circus there was.
Apparently the video footage of Assange (looking a bit like Gandalf) being removed by police was shot by Russia Today - RT has been waiting outside the Ecuadorian Embassy for the past week in the expectation that Assange would be removed at some stage.
One of the tactics the retrograde left uses is to edit interviews and change the context for their nefarious ends. Roger Scruton recently got a good dose of that in the UK. The other cynical tactic is to bring false equivalency with Israel and Nazi Germany (always). Hence Owens who is a supporter of the state of Israel is literally a Nazi. You can expect nothing less in the cesspit of their ideology,
These are the denizens who seek the total ruination of your great country and republic.
He weighed in on disrupting the coronation but decided against it. His son passed away or was on his way out around that time and I'm sure it had an effect on him although I recall his son told him to run rather than not.
"Earlier, Trump, 72, said that Biden and other 2020 candidates are "making me look very young, both in terms of age and I think in terms of energy.'
'Well, I think that — I just feel like a young man. I'm so young. I can't believe it. I'm the youngest person. I am a young, vibrant man,' the president said. 'I look at Joe — I don't know about him. I don't know.'"
Trump added, "I would never say anyone is too old, but I know they're all making me look very young, both in terms of age and I think in terms of energy. I think you people know that better than anybody."
"Downing Street has made a very serious accusation and is sure enough to carry out this sacking. For the prime minister's allies, it will show that she is, despite the political turmoil, still strong enough to move some of her ministers around - to hire and fire."
The PM is strong? Let's wait till the next Brexit deadline come up...
"Ms Fernandez, a controversial left-leaning populist, said in a video posted on social media on Saturday that she would run for the deputy position.
'I have asked Alberto Fernandez to lead a team that includes both of us, him as the presidential candidate and me as candidate for the vice position,' she said in a nearly 13-minute long video on her official Twitter account."
And once you're finished being President Alberto make sure you move aside so I can run for President again.
"No such constraints should hold back Silvio Berlusconi, the 82-year-old media tycoon and four-time Italian prime minister. He has survived a string of charges ranging from fraud to hiring an underage prostitute for sex-fuelled 'bunga bunga' parties at his villa.
After emergency bowel surgery last month, Berlusconi should take up his seat for his centre-right Forza Italia party on July 2 in the Strasbourg, France, where —16 years ago to the day — he infamously likened a German member of the European Parliament (MEP) to a Nazi camp guard."
"US President Donald Trump's two adult sons poured pints of Guinness on a pub crawl during a stopover in Ireland. The president and his family are staying in County Clare at his Doonbeg golf resort, which employs hundreds of local people. Donald Jr and Eric Trump bought drinks for locals, and thanked the tiny village for its "incredible" support.. The village of Doonbeg (population about 200) welcomed the Trump sons with fanfare and US flags. The BBC's Nuala McGovern asked Eric if the pub crawl was a good use of American taxpayers' money. 'We're just trying to have a good time,' he replied before heading into Madigan's Bar.
Both Trump sons also emphasised the lack of protests in the village. Anticipating the brothers' arrival, some pub-goers were wearing red 'Make America Great Again' ballcaps."
"Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has said she will not scrap a controversial plan to allow extradition to mainland China, despite mass protests. Organisers estimate that one million people took part in Sunday's march, although police put the figure at 240,000 at its peak. If the organisers' estimate is confirmed as correct, it would be the largest demonstration in Hong Kong since the territory was handed over to China by the British in 1997.
She also promised legally binding human rights safeguards, and regular reports of implementation of the bill to the legislature."
Yes - because we all believe the People's Republic of China when it comes to binding human rights safeguards.
It's the twilight end to what remains of British Hong Kong.