Mike Huckabee, the father of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, tweeted an attack on a CNN reporter who aggressively questioned his daughter Thursday about whether she considers the media to be "the enemy of the people". What may start as a difference of opinion eventually becomes a direct assault on the humanity of those in the media - something that those following press freedom issues have witnessed in other parts of the world.
"Everyone who met him in the early days respected him". Acosta said that he chatted with some of the Trump supporters, adding, "I took more questions from them than the president has taken from the press lately". They got money for their cause. "I would always tell him to stay away from them, and he would never admit to me what he was doing". Ghamen said, "It never crossed my mind".
I mention Sanders reading from her notes because it's a telling detail that she had something ready to go on this.
Alia divorced Osama's father three years later and married al-Attas, then an administrator in the fledgling Bin Laden empire, in the early 1960s.
Sanders went on to cite an incident in which she was asked to leave a Virginia restaurant and said that, to her knowledge, she is the first press secretary that has required Secret Service protection. From the youngest to the eldest, we all felt ashamed of him. "They tried as much as they could to maintain control over the family".
Two of Bin Laden's half brothers Hassan and Ahmad, who were present at the interview, said they were shocked when they learned of his involvement in the 9/11 attacks that killed around 3000 people.
"There is no doubt that he deliberately chose Saudi citizens for the 9/11 plot", a British intelligence officer told British daily the Guardian.
"I think the president has made his position known", Sanders said. I received him, and told him it was better that he did not get involved. Think twice about what you are doing.
He said: "It was a very odd feeling". Don't retake the steps of your father. We knew from the beginning [that it was Osama], within the first 48 hours.
He admits that all Osama's siblings felt ashamed of his actions and knew they were going to face terrible consequences for his actions.
Numerous bin Ladens have sought to put their history behind them by avoiding media and politics, but Hamza's apparent support of his father's ideas suggests Osama bin Laden's embracing of terrorism may have come back to haunt them. He was killed in May, 2011, inside a private residential compound in Pakistan during a covert U.S. operation.