Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican candidate for US president, says he may not have a ‘very good relationship’ with David Cameron. Last year the prime minister said Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from the US was ‘divisive, stupid and wrong’. The newly-elected mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said Trump was ‘ignorant’. But in an interview broadcast on ITV’s Good Morning Britain on Monday, Trump says: ‘I will remember those statements’
After Rafaela Silva was disqualified from the 2012 Olympics for using an illegal leg grab, many Brazilians sent her vile, racist messages via social media.
But on Monday, in Rio de Janeiro, they chanted her name.
The 24-year-old had just won Brazil’s first gold medal of the 2016 Olympics.
Silva grew up in Rio’s infamous City of God favela, improbably rising from poverty-stricken anonymity to prominence as a judo star. Now, four years after the gaffe that got her disqualified in London, she’s won gold in her hometown before the eyes of the world. Read more…
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