Majority of US Voters Trump Value Is Not an Example for Children

The majority of American voters believe that President Donald Trump is not an acceptable example of children, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll.

Although 90 percent of respondents rate it is important for a president to be a good example, Trump's position in the eyes of the voters is 67 percent (which judge Trump is not a good example) versus 29 percent.

Trump's value is low in the eyes of every age group, education, gender, race and political party, except in Republicans where Trump is a member.

Seventy-two percent of Republicans say Trump is a good example for children, while 22% feel the opposite.

Fifty-four percent of white voters who do not pass the university – the main base of Trump voters – say the president is not be a good role model for children, while 41% feel the opposite.

This Trump rating is almost as bad as questions about leadership morale. Sixty-three percent of voters believe Trump does not provide guidance, compared to 33 percent who feel otherwise.

The exception is the Republican voters who feel he is a good moral leader. Non-college white voters are equally divided on this question.

With a margin of 58 to 36 percent, voters do not approve of Trump's performance, which in 12 consecutive months shows a negative value. But 86% of Republicans rated Trump's performance good, and only 9% rated otherwise. The white voters who do not have higher education and support Trump's performance reach 50%, while 42% vice versa.

"Stagnant number of voters who support Trump's performance, low values ​​for most characters and the fact that if parents look for exemplary figures "It's just 27% of American voters who say they are proud of Trump, while 53% say they are embarrassed, or mean two to one," says Assistant Director of Quinnipiac University.

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3 Killed in Terrorist Attack on Save the Children Office in Afghanistan

Armed men Wednesday raided the offices of the international charity organization "Save the Children" in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, killing at least three people and injuring more than 20 others.

Attullah Khogyani, a spokesman for the Nangarhar province government, said gunmen raided the compound after suicide attackers detonated a car bomb at the entrance. The security forces were involved in a long firefight with the assailant before the shoot-out stopped. Khogyani said security forces surrounded the office complex immediately after the attack.

ISIS claims responsibility for the attack.

Eyewitness Sayed Ahmad claims to see the new Toyota Corolla car approaching the gate of the Save the Children office complex. Soon after, he saw an explosion and three or four security uniformed attackers entered the building.

Another eyewitness revealed seeing at least two bodies inside the compound. The fire that started from the Save the Children complex spread to the adjacent building, the office of another charity, the Swedish Commission for Afghanistan. Eyewitnesses said they saw the building in flames.

Save the Children on Wednesday released a statement on Twitter, saying the organization was "devastated" on the news of the attack. "Our main concern is the safety and security of our staff," the charity said.

US State Department spokesman Heather Nauert on Twitter wrote, "We condemn the attack and offer condolences to the victims and their families. [ka/ii]

US married couple arrested on charges of torturing their children

Authorities in the state of California say a husband and wife arrested Monday locked up 13 of their children in a very dirty house.

David and Louise Turpin were held on bail of $ 9 million while police investigated allegations of torturing and endangering the child.

Police were informed of the circumstances in the house in the town of Perris, near Los Angeles, by one of the 17-year-old girls who escaped from his home and talked to police on a cell phone.

Police said the girl was so malnourished that she looked like a 10-year-old, not a 17-year-old.

The police found a house of 12 children, but it turned out that after investigation some of them were between the ages of 18 and 29. [19659002] Police say the youngest victim was two years old and several children, they were held in the base of the house in a state cuffed to the bed and glued bok.

The police described the house as dark and foul-smelling. The victims look very dirty and seem hungry.

Authorities say the couple are managing the school during the day at their home and are experiencing various financial problems in recent years, according to a press release from the Riverside County County Chief of County Police Office.

the police statement said the parents of the children did not give a logical reason why their children were locked up in such a miserable condition. [mg/is]

Tens of Thousand Rohingya Children Live in Prison Similar Conditions

Over 650,000 Rohingyas have fled to Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh, since late August to withdraw from violence and persecution in Rakhine state. About half of them are children.

UNICEF senior adviser Marixie Mercado recently returned from a month-long visit to Myanmar. He said it was difficult to get a true picture of the children who were still there, in the absence of access.

However, he could get what he called a troubling glimpse of how sad the lives of children living in Central Rakhine. The Mercado says more than 60,000 Rohingya children are still in Rakhine state, almost forgotten and trapped in 23 camps where they were displaced by violence in 2012. Mercado described conditions in two camps he visited.

"The two camps are located in the region beneath the surface of the sea There is hardly any trees at all The first thing that greets us at the camp is the stinging smell that makes us feel sick.The parts of the camp are a puddle of wastewater The camp is propped up on poles, and below it is rubbish and In a camp, the pool where people take water is only separated from puddles of wastewater with embankments from the ground, "Mercado said.

The Mercado says children walk barefoot on muddy ground and some of them have died from accidents or illness.Added, it is very difficult for the Rohingyas to leave the camp for medical treatment ask for help from traditional healers, untrained healthcare providers, or self-medication.

According to the Mercado the living conditions and access to life-saving services need to be improved. Added, children also can not get a decent education. Mercado said learning was conducted in temporarily unfit classrooms, taught by volunteer teachers who had a strong sense of devotion but lacked formal training. [ds]

US-Canadian AU Command Helps Children 'Track' Santa

Every Christmas Eve, the American and Canadian air defense command, has an important task in addition to monitoring the airspace of both countries from the threat of a nuclear attack.

Volunteers from an Air Force base in Colorado serve phones from eagerly curious children the presence of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve, Sunday (24/12),

Bahar President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump also helped answer the phone calls of the Santa Claus program or the North American Space Defense Command, from their Florida home, Associated Press reported.

The 62-year-old program by the US and Canadian military, began when the Colorado Springs newspaper in 1955 advertised to call Santa Claus. The newspaper, however, accidentally listed the hotline number of the Inter-Continental Airborne Command or CONAD, which monitors the possibility of a nuclear strike from the Soviet Union

The children start calling and CONAD staff are happy to serve them. The program is now forwarded by CONAD's successor, the North American Aerospace Defense Command or the American-Canadian command that monitors airspace between the two countries.

Last year, NORAD Tracks Santa received nearly 154,200 phone calls and attracted 10.7 million unique visitors to the page. His Facebook account has 1.8 million followers, his YouTube account watched 382,000 times and has 177,000 Twitter account followers.

NORAD spokesman, Captain Chase McFarland, said volunteers serve about 80 phone calls per hour. There are 1,500 volunteers in charge of answering children's calls in turns according to the hours of work.

The questions that are usually asked by children from all over the world, including Japan and Britain, are where Santa and when will he come to the house they.

Many also asked what Santa's favorite meal was and the volunteers responded that Santa would eat whatever the children provided. "She's never picky about food," McFarland said.

If your child is interested in tracking Santa, take the NORAD tracks Santa toll free number: 877-Hi NORAD or 877-446-6723. Children can also stop by the site www.noradsanta.org. [fw]