Trump to evangelicals: There'll be 'violence' if we lose the House

Trump to evangelicals: There'll be 'violence' if we lose the House

Trump to evangelicals: There'll be 'violence' if we lose the House

"They will overturn everything that we've done and they'll do it quickly and violently, and violently" if the GOP loses, Trump said, per the report.

Monday night, though, Trump and Kenyatta released a joint statement resolving to elevate the U.S-Kenya relationship to a "Strategic Partnership, affirming it as a cornerstone of peace, stability and good governance in Africa and the Indian Ocean region".

A few days before visiting the United States, Kenyatta met with China's ambassador to Kenya, Sun Baohong, to talk about an upcoming summit on China-Africa cooperation in Beijing. But it is also true that there are a number of lines within AGOA that we could enhance.

He told the group, where US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Rose was present, about the benefits of setting up shop in Kenya for opportunities created by the Big Four development blueprint projects.

Uhuru said a strong partnership between Kenya and the United States was essential in achieving his Big Four development agenda in manufacturing, universal healthcare, affordable housing and food security.

Kenya Airways secured authority to land at the JFK International Airport in NY early this year.

Soon after he spoke, he witnessed the signing of two agreements that will see two U.S. companies invest $238 million (Sh23.8 billion) worth of projects in Kenya.

On food security, the President welcomed the proposed investment of $5 million by Twiga foods in the agricultural sector, saying more such investments were needed.

The agreement was signed between Twiga Foods and OPIC, a United States government agency.

"Between 2014 and 2018, Kenya improved its ranking on World Bank Ease of Doing Business Index (DBI) by 56 positions from 136 to 80 and remains on target to get to the top 50 by 2020", the President said.

"We'll bring that over to Kenya", Trump joked. But past year, it ran into trouble with conservationists who argued the power plant was a risk to nesting sites for endangered birds. In a press presentation, President Trump confirmed the construction of the controversial Nairobi-Mombasa highway will go on, despite the protestations on debt. And that seems to be going along well.

"This Nov. 6 election is very much a referendum on not only me, it's a referendum on your religion, it's a referendum on free speech and the First Amendment", Trump said during a private portion of an event in the State Dining Room, according to recorded excerpts obtained by NBC News.

A final financing deal may mean more debt for Kenya.

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