Trump: ‘There’s no question’ he is the “most powerful man in the world’

President Donald Trump said on Thursday that there was no question that he is “the most powerful man” in the U.S. and “the greatest of the modern era.”

Trump made the comments in a video posted on his Twitter account on Wednesday.

The president also told the crowd at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, that he “never had any problems” with the media during his time in office, which is why he won.

“I’m the most powerful person in the universe, the greatest of all time, because I’m a person who’s a winner, I’m not a winner,” Trump said.

“I am a winner.

So, there’s no doubt about it.”

The president made the comment while speaking to the crowd of around 1,500 in front of his mansion.

He said that his job is to help the people of this country, which he called a “great country.”

“We’re not going to have a country unless we have people that are winners,” Trump told the cheering crowd.

“And I’m one of them.”

He also said that “the media is out of control” and said that the country needs to turn the media against them.

“There’s so much fake news, it’s so dangerous.

I mean, it has to stop,” he said.

The President has been repeatedly criticized for his handling of the situation in Charlottesville, Virginia, when white supremacists gathered in the town on August 12.

His comments during the rally and the violence at the rally led to the resignation of his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, and the loss of several other top aides.

‘Coca-Cola is doing something wrong’: Coca-Cola to launch the first ‘Made in Maui’ product

Real Estate.it – 3 June 2018 09:10:14 Coca-Cola has announced its plans to launch a new line of branded home goods in 2018 in Mauai, which it says will help the region boost tourism.

The ‘Made In Maui Home Goods’ initiative is set to launch on September 3.

It will offer ‘a range of unique products including Coca-cola-branded toiletries, toilet paper and hand sanitizer’, the company said in a statement.

It is part of Coca-Co’s ‘Make Your Own’ initiative which aims to help local businesses, communities and the environment by supporting sustainable growth.

The company will also launch its first home products in Maua, the first place where people can buy Coca-COLA and other beverages from.

Coca Cola also said it will be adding more stores to its existing locations in Hawaii and Hawaii Island.

Its Maui-based stores are the biggest in the US and have been known to sell up to 30 million bottles per year.

Caribbean home prices fall in November – Business Insider

A slowdown in demand in the Caribbean is affecting the prices of Caribbean homes.

Caribbean Real Estate said on Thursday that it expects prices for November to fall by 0.3% compared to the same month last year, in line with a forecast of 1.3%.

The slowdown in homebuilding in the region is likely to affect the number of homes built this year, which could be a drag on the local economy.

Carrie Molloy, a senior economist with the real estate research company, said: “We do expect the Caribbean economy to continue to weaken over the next 12 months, with weak investment and low growth, as a result of weak demand from other countries in the Middle East, South Asia and Africa.”

The average price of a home in the Americas fell 0.6% in November from November 2016, the latest month for which figures are available.

Carolina, a region with an average annual growth rate of 0.7%, was one of the regions hardest hit by the global financial crisis.

The economy was expected to shrink by 0,5% in 2016, according to the latest estimates from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Why Maryland’s real estate market is slowing down

The next time you’re shopping in Maryland, take a moment to take stock of what’s happening around you.

The state is struggling with a housing shortage, and it’s been making some headway on that front with its real estate listing boom.

Real estate listings surged 20 percent in the first quarter, while prices have dropped to historic lows.

That’s thanks in part to new laws passed in the spring and summer that will give residents a chance to buy homes before they’re sold.

There are still many buyers waiting in the wings to take advantage of the move, and the latest figures suggest the housing market is heading in the right direction.

In May, the Maryland Association of Realtors reported that the state’s vacancy rate dropped to 4.6 percent, from 4.9 percent in April.

Maryland’s unemployment rate dropped from 5.6 to 5.2 percent in May, which has helped to reduce the number of people seeking help.

Meanwhile, the number a Maryland resident wants to sell has also dropped, from 3.8 million in April to 2.8, according to Realtor.com.

The average sale price has been about $1.4 million, according the company.

The median sale price in Maryland is now about $400,000, according Realtornews.com, and some homes in the region are listed for as much as $2.5 million.

With the market still in a lull, you can be forgiven for wondering if there’s any reason to be excited about Maryland’s new boom.

While it might not be as dramatic as it looks on the outside, the state has a long history of home-buying.

The most famous example is the Maryland Beach house that was purchased by the actor and writer Harry Belafonte in 1882 for $2,000.

Other recent Maryland successes include the home of actor John Candy and real estate mogul George Soros’ family home in Baltimore.

According to RealestateNews.com , the median price for a single-family home in Maryland has jumped more than 60 percent since January 2016.

This was despite the fact that the median salary for a Marylander has remained at $70,000 for the past 10 years.

There’s still plenty of work to be done, however.

According with Realtore.com in July, Maryland’s home price growth rate has dropped to just 4.2 per cent from the previous year, which is well below the national average.

The vacancy rate has also remained flat at 3.7 percent, while the median sale prices have been falling, too.

That means Maryland is on pace to have an additional 1.7 million people unemployed by the end of the year, according with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In addition to those statistics, there’s a host of other things to consider when it comes to buying a home in the state.

Maryland has some of the strictest home-buyer protections in the country.

It’s the only state that prohibits new construction in the same neighborhoods where houses have been built.

It also bans people from buying a new home in an area where there’s been a major fire or major accident, unless there’s already a home that’s been built there.

Additionally, homeowners are required to put down a down payment of 30 percent or less on their homes, and all new home construction must be done by 2022.

If you don’t get a mortgage, you’ll have to pay the entire price of the home plus interest.

That could mean that you could be looking at a downpayment of over $50,000 to build a home.

And for the uninitiated, Maryland has a property tax rate of 5.1 percent.

That might not seem like much, but it adds up to about $2 million to your mortgage payment.

As for the other key factors that could make or break your decision on where to move to in Maryland?

Taxes.

Home values have risen in the past decade, which isn’t great news for a state that already has the highest property taxes in the nation.

But with the state set to take in about $4 billion in new taxes in 2018, you might be able to get away with paying a little more if you’re a first-time home buyer.

Additionally if you plan to rent a home, Maryland ranks No. 4 in the U.S. for the average annual rent.

That would put you in the top 10 percent of the nation when it come to the amount of money you’d be expected to pay if you lived there for the rest of your life.

A second factor to consider is whether you can afford to live in Maryland.

According a report by Realtor.com and the National Association of Home Builders, Maryland residents earn $28,000 less per year than the national median income of $50.34, which means that a household earning $200,000 a year would need to pay nearly $18,000 more to live