SUN SUNI KHABAR APRIL 11TH, 2016
In a Fox News interview that aired on Sunday, President Obama said that the worst mistake of his presidency was the lack of foresight as to what would happen after the removal of LIbyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi. Along with British Prime Minister David Cameron and former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Obama took the responsibility for the “mess” that was Libya. While National Security Council spokesman Nathan Price asserts that UK and U.S. relationships remain strong, Obama blames European countries for their “inaction” in LIbya. He says, given their proximity, they should have stepped up in dealing with the aftermath.
After suffering a double digit defeat in the Wisconsin primary, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is approaching the campaign trail in a different manner than is typical for him. He has been avoiding the spotlight, laying low, and trying to avoid the same kind of controversy that hurt him last week. His only public appearance came when he traveled to the 9/11 museum, made a $100,000 donation to the museum, and returned to Trump tower without saying a word to the pack of reporters trailing him. For the first time in four months, the real estate mogul did not call in to any news stations, or appear on any talk shows, allowing news outlets to shift their focus in the campaign trail.
ENGLAND’S DANNY WILLETT WINS MASTERS 2016
After having won two majors last year and making a statement in the other two, many expected the young Jordan Spieth to defend his title. He would have been the first to do so since Tiger Woods in 2002. However, it was not meant to be as Spieth, ahead by five strokes, ended up quadruple bogeying on the 12th hole. Spieth’s collapse opened the door for Englishman Danny Willett to take the lead. Despite a brave comeback by the defending Masters champ, Willett was able to hold on to the lead till the very end.
WARRIORS ON THE BRINK OF HISTORY
Last night in San Antonio, we witnessed history in the making. The Golden State Warriors ended a regular season drought of nearly 20 years at the Spur’s house. The last time the Warriors won a regular season game in San Antonio, Stephen Curry was 8 years old. That ended last night, as the Dubs took the fight to the Spurs, coming away with a 92-86 victory, and bringing them one step closer to beating the 95-96 Chicago Bulls regular season record for most wins in a season. The Warriors are now 72-9. The 95-96 Bulls were 72-10. The Warriors will play the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday, April 13th. If they win, they will go down as the team with the most regular season wins ever.