WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – News and social media were abuzz with video clips showing U.S. President Donal Trump mouthing what appeared like incorrect lyrics to the Star-spangled banner.
(Trump has been very critical about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem at major sports events.)
We asked our expert lip-readerto try to decipher Trump’s lyrics, and here’s what he came up with:
WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – U.S. President Donald Trump continues to send mixed messages to the American people in as far as his immigration policy is concerned.
After public statements saying that 260,000 Salvadoran and 24,000 Haitian nationals now living in the United States must leave, he recently indicated that he was willing to consider a compromise that would allow undocumented immigrants like the Dreamers (those who were brought to the U.S. as kids by their undocumented parents) to pursue a path towards citizenship.
But now, after the U.S. Olympic figure skating team members were announced, Trump has sent yet another confusing message: skaters that do not look like Americans must be disqualified from representing the U.S. at the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea.
About half of the U.S. figure skating team members are of Asian descent.
”We have to show the world that we are Americans,” Trump told The Adobo Chronicles, “and we cannot have foreign-looking skaters standing on the medal stands while the ‘Star-spangled Banner’ is being played.”
Jose, can you see?
MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Filipinos can now be very proud about Leni Robredo’s Office of the Vice President (OVP). It continues to reap more local and international accolades and certifications.
The latest certification comes from the International Standardization Organization (ISO), Yoga Division.
OVP was cited for one of its signature programs — Yoga.
Many Filipinos have already completedc OVP’s Quality Yoga Program — a three-month course that culminates in a photo shoot in front of the Seal of the Office of the Vice President.