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Theres a reason I wore a Joe Biden button [when he ran for President] in 1988 even after someone else won the nomination" she told the crowd "Of course Im neutral as DNC chair but I thought you should know that" Contact us at [email protected] Ireland soft power is usually served up in a pint glass World leaders visiting the country can expect to be treated to a Guinness by the Taoiseach (aka Prime Minister) during the obligatory photo op inside a genuine Irish pub But when Ireland’s new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Dublin in early July he broke with tradition Instead of clinking pints of the black stuff in a dimly lit bar Varadkar invited fitness fanatic Trudeau to don his running shoes and go for a jog in a local park The unorthodox meeting wasn’t just a photo op the new Prime Minister insists sitting in his Dublin office on July 7 The jog also allowed him to talk freely with his Canadian counterpart away from the note takers and photographers “He was able to give me some advice on the experience of being a new head of government” Varadkar says “He was 18 months in office and I was 18 days in office so he had a few tips to give me” When Varadkar ascended to his country’s highest office on June 14 he became at 38 the youngest Prime Minister in Ireland’s history and by far its least typical Born to an Indian father and an Irish mother Varadkar represents a break from the parade of aging white men who predated him and from his own center-right Fine Gael Party and its center-left rival Fianna Fáil His premiership also reflects a sea change in social attitudes in this country of 47 million once a bastion of staunch Catholic values In 2015 Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote During the referendum campaign Varadkar then Minister for Health came out as gay on national radio a revelation that was greeted with surprise but little dismay One of his first acts as Taoiseach was to lead a pride parade through Dublin Few eyebrows were raised Varadkar wants to bring this spirit of millennial openness to how his country approaches the world (although he jokes that being born in 1979 at the tail end of Generation X he’s technically a “Xennial”) It was no accident that his first meeting with a head of state was with Trudeau He and the 45-year-old Canadian represent a new and growing cohort of youthful world leaders who are defining themselves in opposition to an older order that is turning inward He names Trudeau French President Emmanuel Macron and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte as part of this generational shift toward a new centrism “The traditional divide between left and right capital and labor small state and big state high taxes and low taxes doesn’t define politics in the way it did in the past” he says “We see new divisions emerging” The problem for Varadkar–which may come to define his tenure in office–is that one of the most pressing divisions is between his country and its closest neighbor The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union presents a gigantic obstacle not just to Varadkar’s ambitions for Ireland but also for Ireland’s ambitions on the world stage Membership in the EU has been central to the country’s growth from one of the Continent’s provincial backwaters to a major cultural and economic force So while Britain may be content to turn its back on Europe he says “we are absolutely convinced that our place is at the heart of the European home that we helped to build” Varadkar right hosted Canada’s Justin Trudeau just weeks after taking office Paul Faith—AFP/Getty Images The son of a doctor who emigrated from Mumbai and a nurse from southeastern Ireland Varadkar knew from an early age that he wanted to enter politics There is a popular story that at age 7 he announced he wanted to become the Minister for Health when he grew up “My mum wanted me to be a doctor like my dad and at 7 I really wanted to be a politician and I managed in my mind to combine the two” he explains He did study medicine at Dublin’s Trinity College but he was also heavily active in student politics and spent a summer in Washington interning for Jack Quinn then a Republican Congressman from New York He went into local government where he won a reputation as a straight talker and won his first seat in the Dáil Ireland’s Parliament in 2007–although his party Fine Gael (“Tribe of the Irish”) was then in opposition The following year the collapse of Ireland’s major banks in the worldwide economic crisis almost bankrupted the country forcing it to seek a 675 billion bailout from the EU and the IMF in 2010 Tarnished by the crash the ruling party Fianna Fáil was ousted in the 2011 election and Varadkar was named Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport in the government led by Fine Gael’s Enda Kenny In this role Varadkar had his first brush with Donald Trump Then a private citizen and developer of a golf course in Doonbeg County Clare Trump contacted him in 2011 to resolve a planning issue “It was a small thing” Varadkar recalls “It was resolved by the county council rather than by me but it was resolved” Still the future US President thought it prudent to give the government minister overseeing the project a call “I got the impression he was the kind of person who would pick up the phone and want to ring the man or woman who is in charge over there rather than necessarily going through normal business or diplomatic procedures” Varadkar says “There are pluses and minuses to that” Varadkar’s own straight-talking got him into trouble that same year when he suggested in a newspaper interview that Ireland was “very unlikely” to resume borrowing on financial markets and might need a second bailout His comments provoked anger from his colleagues and caused jitters about Ireland’s credibility on international markets But his political progress continued: in 2014 he fulfilled his childhood ambition by becoming Minister for Health But it was his admission about his sexuality the following year that gave him a new national prominence His frankness was considered key to the campaign to legalize same-sex marriage and a political risk in a country where being gay was illegal until 1993 Yet his sexual orientation played no prominent role in the leadership contest that brought him to power after Kenny announced his intention to step down in May “I think it has just reflected a change in Irish society that has already happened” Varadkar says “But it does add additional responsibility on me to use the office that I now hold to advance equality of opportunity … not just for people from the LGBT community here in Ireland but also around the world” He leads Ireland just as crisis is evolving into opportunity Under the evenhanded management of Kenny and years of punishing austerity measures the Irish economy has made a remarkable recovery ranking for the past three years as the fastest growing one among the 19 countries that use the euro Construction cranes once again stipple the Dublin skyline and work has resumed on buildings left unfinished during the recession In the month before Varadkar took office unemployment fell to a nine-year low of 62% The country’s reputation as a tax haven also remains largely intact despite some battering The low corporate tax rate of 125% plus a generous range of specialized concessions have made Ireland a magnet for US tech and pharma multinationals looking for headquarters overseas But last year the European Commission ruled that a sweetheart deal given to Apple Inc by the Irish government amounted to illegal state aid Apple the world’s largest company by market capitalization paid a tax rate of just 0005% in 2014 The commission ordered the company to pay 13 billion in back taxes although both Apple and the Irish government are appealing to Europe’s top court Varadkar insists that the ruling should not dissuade other US companies from taking advantage of the country’s generous tax infrastructure “I think the fact that we are defending our tax policy sends a very positive message to companies American or otherwise who may wish to invest in Ireland” he says rejecting the claim by some critics that the republic allows what amounts to tax evasion “I do think corporations should pay their tax We have made some changes already in Ireland” he says As an example Varadkar offers the closing of the “double Irish” loophole that permitted companies to dramatically shrink their corporate tax liability “We will continue to make changes to prevent corporations from avoiding paying tax anywhere which is not something we stand for” he says Political stability however remains elusive Varadkar leads a minority government that rests on a precarious coalition agreement between Ireland’s two major parties He was elected by his party not by popular vote And there are dark Brexit-shaped clouds on the horizon The UK’s looming 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“Thereafter, including all of the West Bank — and secular Jews,Y. as disciplined a debater as he has been delivering on-message lines about being a candidate who can change Washington But during the course of almost two hours the billionaires self-control faltered "Wrong Wrong Wrong" he sputtered into the microphone as his hands firmly gripped the lectern Confronted with his misstatements on the Iraq War and President Obamas birthplace his refusal to release his tax returns and his embrace of a controversial policing practice all he could do was grimace and shake his head Trump took the stage with a single goal: to leave voters more convinced he could handle the role of President But more familiar in the role of the one doing the name-calling and lobbing the attacks Trump found himself on the defensive before a television audience rivaling the Super Bowl Clintons performance was far from a knockout and it was just one of three times this pair will meet under such intense scrutiny But it was enough to calm Democrats nervous jitters about tightening polls and fewer paths for them to reach the required 270 electoral votes the next President will need Even so it was the victory she and her team needed to boost morale and to justify the time shes been off the campaign trail to prepare and juice fundraising There were indications that Trump seemed to realize his performance didnt pass muster He became the first presidential nominee in memory to try to spin reporters after his own debate He also skipped a planned stop at a rally near the hall instead leaving to return to his home in Manhattan At one point he complained he had been given a defective microphone Already there are signs that the next meeting on Oct 9 at the Washington University in St Louis will be even more combative a risk for both After the debate Trump and allies suggested he was holding back from attacking Clinton personally on her husbands infidelity out of respect for Chelsea Clinton who was in the audience Clinton aides who had advised the candidate to refrain from interrupting Trump too frequently on stage said she may now be more comfortable in the next contest For a first foray it was clear they were coming at the race from completely different vantages As Trump listed the wrongs in the country Clinton highlighted her policy proposals to fix them Both at times were hyperbolic Trump painted a far darker picture of the country than independent figures suggest and Clinton was promising a far rosier solution than most experts believe possible But it was a dichotomy that each side is suggesting will be the calling card for the balance of the campaign The evening opened predictably enough Trump effectively argued that he would dismantle Washingtons rigged system and Clinton delivered largely prepared lines for the television cameras But as the debate dragged on Clintons skills in the setting shone through as did Trumps prickly temperament Clinton’s goal was to outlast her bombastic rival whod come armed with vague promises that his personality could overpower government institutions with inertia unseen in the private sector and a Congress with its own ideas for preserving the status quo for constituents back home At times it was as though they were participating in separate parallel made-for-TV events rooted in different facts Clinton projected confidence and precision hallmarks of a campaign rooted in preparation Trumps team boasted that he was eschewing traditional debate prep in favor of the risky play of letting the real Trump arrive fresh and unrehearsed At times it showed in ways that left Republican apologists in the debate hall groaning and his critics giddy "We assumed he would prepare He did not We assumed we would maintain his composure He could not" Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook told reporters "He became unhinged” Clinton was prepared for such a non-traditional debating partner and had her well-planned barbs ready for him She questioned his personal wealth and policy chops Trump struggled to respond with off-the-cuff retorts that left him looking like the newcomer to national politicswhich he is Her critics say Clinton is shrewd and calculating; her boosters call it being ready For more than 90 minutes Clinton focused on constituencies she needs if she is to reassemble the coalition that Barack Obama used to power his way to victory twice Trump seemed determined to intentionally anger them She was respectful about concerns of racism among African Americans; Trump called for unconstitutional law-enforcement tactics in their neighborhoods Clinton discussed her plan to tax the ultra-wealthy to help pay for childcare and college; Trump pushed tax cuts for billionaires like himself and boasted that dodging taxes demonstrated he was "smart" Clinton talked about helping women in the workplace; Trump doubled-down on harsh language about them including Clinton herself "She doesn’t have the look She doesn’t have the stamina I said she doesn’t have the stamina And I don’t believe she does have the stamina to be President of this country You need tremendous stamina" Trump said as the first female nominee of a major party stood a few feet away Clinton took it in stride "Well as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal a ceasefire release of dissidents and opening of new opportunities and nations around the world or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee he can talk to me about stamina" she said closing with a nod to her testimony about the death of four Americans at a diplomatic outpost in Benghazi Libya The hearing failed to bury her political ambitions and left her looking stronger than when she began That sound you heard Female voters leaning more firmly toward Clintons camp as she reminded the audience that he also called women pigs slobs and decried maternity "I didn’t say that" Trump said as he hunched over his podium being forced to hear echoes of his days before he became a candidate Gone was the glee from his Republican primary fight when he crowed about his manhood and called his rivals names The best he could do was defend a previous statement about women who were mean to him as entertainment "Somebody who’s been very vicious to me Rosie O’Donnell I said very tough things to her and I think everybody would agree that she deserves it and nobody feels sorry for her" Trump said of his feud with the comedienne Undeterred Clinton kept going forward citing Trumps other offensive comments that were the basis of a question that sparked a very public one-sided spat with Fox News Megyn Kelly who used similar fodder a year ago at the first debate Trump seemed to yield to Clintons insistence that Trump did in fact call women horrible names For Clintons top advisers it was as good as they could have hoped for Trump walked into their traps Clinton delivered her zingers with aplomb ("trumped-up trickle down" was one she deployed repeatedly) and made no unforced errors A spontaneous "whoo" was a made-for-GIF moment that her digital team saw as golden for the coming weeks Trump was unbowed even as he seemed incapable of landing a punch He continued to hammer Clinton on her private email (she apologized in one of the most concise moments of contrition yet) foreign policy (he wrongly claimed she has been fighting ISIS her whole life) and continued to insist without evidence that he was the lone candidate on the stage who opposed going to war with Iraq in 2003 "That is a mainstream media nonsense" Trump interrupted when asked about Iraq "The record shows otherwise" moderator Lester Holt replied in a moment where he didnt let incontrovertible evidence get discarded At another point Clintons assertion that Russians are working to undercut American democracy was met with a shrug of indifference from Trump Trump said it could be Russia China or another country "It also could be someone sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds" Trump said The debate will do little to upset the status quo Clinton remains ahead in the race for money and her on-the-ground organization in the states is far superior to Trumps efforts Monday nights results wouldnt change that on its own The clear win from Clinton is set to calm Democrats worry about her standing especially in crucial states like Ohio Pennsylvania Iowa and Virginia Even so hurdles remain Realizing his evening wasnt going well Trump tried to turn his comments toward his base of supporters "Ive been all over the place You decided to stay home and that’s OK" Trump said in a moment that spoke to his backers suspicions about Clintons health Clinton didnt take the bait "I think Donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate And yes I did" she said as the audience broke with their instructions to refrain from applause "And you know what else I prepared for I prepared to be President and I think that’s a good thing" The odds are good Trump will try to borrow some of her approach next time Sam Frizell contributed to this report from Hempstead NY Write to Zeke J Miller at [email protected] and Philip Elliott at [email protected] the search for the new Inspector General of Police enters its final phase indications emerged on Thursday that the Police Service Commission has submitted the files of two Deputy Inspectors Generals two Assistant Inspector-Generals and a Commissioner of Police to the Presidency for study as possible replacement The Eagle Online reports that the submitted names are the Assistant Inspector General of Police in charge of Intelligence Solomon Erase; Suleiman Abba the AIG in charge of Zone 7 Abuja; the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Administration Suleiman Fakai; the DIG in charge of Operations Michael Zokumuor; and the Commissioner of Police in charge of the Federal Capital Territory Mbu Joseph Mbu According to a source: “President Jonathan is still studying the files and may make a pronouncement any moment from now But everything right now depends on him” Mr Abubakar is due for retirement on July 31 and will hand over to who is eventually picked by President Goodluck Jonathan But in a situation where a new IGP has not been picked before Abubakar leaves office a DIG will most likely take over the mantle of leadership Among the DIGs being considered Zokumuor who is from the same Balyesa State as the President would be retiring next year while Fakai has about seven years to stay in service He is from the North West Factors against Zokomuor include his early retirement date and the fact that he originates from the same zone as the Chief of Army Staff Kenneth Minimah Also of the two AIGs that were shortlisted Erase is believed to be highly educated and an exposed detective who has served as Principal Staff Officer to three past IGPs Abba on the other hand is from Niger State in the North Central zone and had served as Commissioner of Police in Rivers State and was also in Lagos State at a time as the supervising CP during 2007 general elections The only Commissioner of Police on the list is former controversial Rivers State CP Mbu who is currently the CP of the FCT and has constantly enjoyed the support of the First Lady, is currently pending before the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT). 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