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Beyond: Two Souls is available now on the Epic Games Store

Beyond: Two Souls is available now on the Epic Games Store

first_imgRecently a demo featuring two levels of Beyond: Two Souls was available for free on the Epic Games Store. If you liked what you saw you can now get your hands on the full game. Beyond: Two Souls features the vocal talent of Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe.Beyond: Two Souls takes players on a thrilling journey across the globe as they play out the remarkable life of Jodie Holmes. Born with a connection to a mysterious entity with incredible powers, Jodie is different. Players’ actions will determine her fate as she faces extraordinary challenges, danger and heart-wrenching loss on a journey to discover the truth of who she is.View the Beyond Two Souls trailer below:“Beyond: Two Souls is a very personal story to me. I wanted to create a journey into the life of a character, discovering Jodie Holmes from when she was a kid up to when she is an adult. Through the different strong moments of her life, I wanted to show how what we experience makes us who we are. It is a story about accepting oneself, about identity, about death and what’s on the other side.” said Writer and Director David Cage. “Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe delivered incredibly intense and moving acting performances, making the journey of Jodie Holmes an experience that may well haunt you for a long time.”View some Beyond: Two Souls screenshots in our gallery: Credit: Quantic Dream Credit: Quantic Dream Credit: Quantic Dream Credit: Quantic Dreamcenter_img “After the successful launch of Heavy Rain’s PC version through the Epic Games Store last month, we are thrilled to be releasing Beyond: Two Souls fully optimised for PC today,” said Guillaume de Fondaumière, co-CEO of Quantic Dream.Beyond Two Souls is available now on the Epic Games Store. Credit: Quantic Dream Credit: Quantic Dreamlast_img read more

Preview the 2019 Call the Midwife Christmas Special – airing on Christmas Day!

Preview the 2019 Call the Midwife Christmas Special – airing on Christmas Day!

first_img Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Credit: BBC / Neal Street Ahead of the ninth series arriving in January, there’s another Christmas episode of Call the Midwife coming up on Christmas Day.The long-running medical drama has been one of BBC One’s biggest shows for the duration of its run and the Christmas Special is sure to be a big hit in the ratings. Watch the trailer for the episode below:As Christmas approaches, a bout of influenza sweeps through Nonnatus House.When Mother Mildred (Miriam Margolyes) declares that God is calling her to set up a branch house in the Outer Hebrides, it seems an ideal opportunity for some of the team to convalesce in the fresh Scottish air. As they recover, they will be able to help the island where there is a nursing and doctor shortage.Meanwhile, in Poplar, Reggie (Daniel Laurie) has come home for Christmas and finds a hidden present: The Guinness Book Of World Records. Inspired by the triumphs of others, Reggie decides that he too will try to break a world record.Call the Midwife airs at 7pm on BBC One on Christmas Day. Preview the Christmas Special with our gallery below: Credit: BBC / Neal Streetlast_img read more

Next From Nashville: Blanco Brown, Danielle Bradbery and The Sisterhood Band are heading to the UK in May

Next From Nashville: Blanco Brown, Danielle Bradbery and The Sisterhood Band are heading to the UK in May

first_imgLive Nation is bringing Next From Nashville to the UK in May.It will premiere at The Great Escape on 14th May and is presented by CMA (Country Music Association). The tour will feature breakout stars Blanco Brown and Danielle Bradbery along with emerging act The Sisterhood Band.The showcase at The Great Escape will be followed by a string of UK tour dates, including London (O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire), Liverpool (Arts Club), Glasgow (St. Luke’s) and Birmingham (O2 Institute2) between 16th – 20th May.Next From Nashville is already well-established in the US as a stage at Country music festivals. It supports emerging musical talent from the city and champions Nashville’s musical diversity and progressive sound.Blanco said, “I’m super excited to be playing in the UK again! Last time I was there I was so inspired and it motivated me to write a few songs, hopefully I get to share those with y’all sooner than later!”Danielle said, “I’m so excited to come back to the UK. The fans are incredible and I couldn’t be more pumped to be playing The Great Escape!!”Alyssa and Ruby from The Sisterhood Band said, “Coming back to the UK is like coming home for us! The Sisterhood Band’s first tour was in the UK and we’ve grown so much since then. We are very excited to share our new music with our friends and fans that we’ve made there over the years, and share the stage with some of the most incredible talent that’s coming from Nashville!”The full dates for the tour are:Thu 14 May 2020 – Brighton – The Great Escape Festival presented by CMASat 16 May 2020 – Liverpool – Arts ClubMon 18 May 2020 – Glasgow – St. Luke’sTue 19 May 2020 – Birmingham – O2 Institute 2Wed 20 May 2020 – London – O2 Shepherd’s Bush EmpireTickets for the Next From Nashville tour are available from https://www.livenation.co.uk and tickets for The Great Escape Festival are on sale now from https://greatescapefestival.com.last_img read more

Sorry We Missed You DVD review

Sorry We Missed You DVD review

first_imgCredit: Universal Pictures Home EntertainmentHaving taken a brutal swipe at the Department of Work and Pensions, the benefits systems, and the cruelty of austerity with the ferocious and heartfelt masterpiece I, Daniel Blake, director Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Laverty are now taking aim at the indignity and exploitative world of zero-hour contracts and the gig economy. Sorry We Missed You is a vital and powerful film about the harsh realities many people face in the modern workforce.Struggling to make ends meet since the financial crash, Ricky (Kris Hitchen) makes the decision to take out a franchise in a courier company and become a self-employed delivery driver in the hope that this will help to support his family. However, in order to afford the van he has to sell the car his wife Abbie (Debbie Honeywood) uses for her job as a care worker on a zero hours contract.In order to have any chance of paying off the van and making enough money to put food on the table, Ricky has to work every hour god sends. He is constantly under pressure, as every missed delivery costs him money, and every day off leads to him being fined by the company. Adding to his and Debbie’s stress, their teenage son Seb is going off the rails, and their young daughter Liza Jane is trying to keep the family together, but the anxiety is crushing her.Loach approaches the film with the minimal amount of fuss, staging everything with a stark simplicity. There is nothing stylistic to distract from the profound humanity on display. In a similar vein to I, Daniel Blake, Sorry We Missed You will make you care deeply for these characters, whilst filling you with rage at a system that perpetuates such cruelty against the most vulnerable people in society.Credit: Universal Pictures Home EntertainmentIf you’ve ever phoned up a courier company and lost your shit at someone because your delivery window has been missed, Sorry We Missed You will be an eye-opening experience for you. Based on real life testimony from anonymous drivers, the scenes at the depot where the manager (Ross Brewster) rules the roost like some prick dictator are astonishing. In theory, the drivers are all self-employed, but they are completely held at the whim of this company. They have no basic employment rights, yet they are frequently sanctioned when their home lives interfere with work. This means they are in a never-ending cycle of debt with the company they supposedly don’t work for.As he has done many times before, Loach employs a predominantly non-professional cast of actors. This does mean the delivery of dialogue can sometimes be a bit flat, and there’s the occasional flubbed line, but this is balanced out by the incredible level of authenticity they bring to the roles. Debbie Honeywood in particular will break your heart when her stoicism finally cracks.As with all Ken Loach films there’s an agenda behind the polemic, which I know a lot of people find off-putting about his films, but you could hardly say the politics of Sorry We Missed You are unimportant. The government will proudly tell us that unemployment is at the lowest level it has been for a decade, but how has that been achieved? What jobs are people doing, and how are they being exploited? Sorry We Missed You shines a critical light on the reality behind the headlines.Sadly it is only getting a DVD release in the UK, but there are some decent special features on the disc. There is an audio commentary with Loach and Laverty. There’s a short behind the scenes clip about the making of the film, including interviews with Ken Loach and Paul Laverty. Also included are 5-minutes of deleted scenes. There’s a gallery of paintings by Aidan Doyle, and finally an in-depth fly-on-the-wall documentary about the making of I, Daniel Blake.Cast: Kris Hitchen, Debbie Honeywood, Rhys Stone, Katie Proctor Director: Ken Loach Writer: Paul Laverty Released By: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Certificate: 15 Duration: 100 mins Release Date: 9th March 2020last_img read more

Quiz episode 3 preview

Quiz episode 3 preview

first_imgQuiz continued tonight as Charles (Matthew Macfadyen) took to the hotseat in the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? studio.If you want to avoid spoilers for Quiz, stop reading now.Ill-prepared and not very knowledgable, Charles faced Chris Tarrant (Michael Sheen) as he attempted to win a million pounds. With Diana (Sian Clifford) and Tecwen (Michael Jibson) in the audience, Charles managed to work his way to the top prize with the help of their coughs to guide him.While the Ingrams celebrated their win, Paul Smith (Mark Bonnar) and the executives at ITV were alerted to footage that suggested Charles actually cheated his way to victory. After investigating it, the police were called in the and the Ingrams arrested.Read our full recap of Quiz episode 2The synopsis for episode 3 is:Persecuted and hounded by the public and press – Charles, Diana and Tecwen head to court. At first it seems the case for the prosecution is a fait accompli, but as the case for the defence gets underway, the jury learn there is far more to the story than they know.Alas, when faced with a fifty fifty question, they return with a verdict of guilty. Paul Smith triumphs over those who sought to hack his life’s work, but victory does not taste as sweet as he might have imagined.The Ingrams return to a life in tatters to find that, despite losing everything, their love for one another remains.Quiz concludes tomorrow (Wednesday 16th April) at 9pm on ITV. Preview the episode with our gallery below: Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITV Credit: Leftbank Pictures / ITVlast_img read more

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Gets November Release Date

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Gets November Release Date

first_imgUbisoft have announced that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the next installment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, will release on 10th November, 2020 on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store on Windows PC, as well as on UPLAY+, Ubisoft’s subscription service, and Stadia. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Watch Dogs: Legion will both be launch titles on the Xbox Series X | S, and will release on PlayStation 5 upon the launch of the console. “We are excited to announce that players will be able to discover Assassin’s Creed Valhalla sooner than expected! We cannot wait to see the world we’ve been creating over the past three years coming to life on all platforms, including on the next generation of consoles with the Xbox Series X | S on 10th November.” said Julien Laferrière, Producer on Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. With the Xbox Series X | S, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will take full advantage of the enhanced graphics, giving players the opportunity to experience the open world of Norway and England down to the very last detail. On Xbox Series X, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will run at 60 FPS in full 4K resolution. The Gold, Ultimate, and Collector’s Editions of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, as well as the Ubicollectibles products, are available for pre-orders. Fans who pre-order Assassin’s Creed Valhalla will receive The Way of the Berserker bonus mission at launch, in which players will join a legendary Norse Berserker on his quest for revenge.center_img With development led by Ubisoft Montreal, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla follows the epic saga of Eivor, a fierce Viking raider raised on tales of battle and glory. Offering a captivating Viking experience, the game brings players to a beautiful and mysterious open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages. Players can take advantage of new features including raids, growing their settlements, and building their power in a quest to earn a place among the gods in Valhalla. Watch the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla trailer below:last_img read more

Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells launches on iOS and Android

Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells launches on iOS and Android

first_imgIn Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells, players enter a Match-3 adventure brimming with the spells, humour, colour and characters of the Harry Potter series. Featuring the soundtrack and voiceover recordings from the original Harry Potter films, fans follow an authentic, mobile retelling of Harry’s journey through the Wizarding World. Building their magical aptitude, players earn spells, powerups and experience points as they progress through the game to level up their skills and in-game personas. Players can also earn powerful rewards by completing Daily Events that reference a multitude of moments from the Harry Potter series. In the spirit of the camaraderie and friendly competition of Hogwarts, players can join or form clubs with other fans to socialise, collaborate on puzzle strategies, share lives and vie for prizes in exclusive Club Events. For the next seven days, players who download the game will instantly receive the Welcome Bundle, containing in-game gold, extra lives, and special Quidditch Goggles to customize their avatars. Zynga has announced that its magical Match-3 mobile game Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells has officially launched worldwide. Officially licensed from Warner Bros. Games and published under the Portkey Games label, the game is available for free download on Android and iOS devices, as well as on Amazon Kindle and Facebook. Players advance by solving Match-3 puzzles populated with hopping Chocolate Frogs, fluttering Winged Keys, battling wizard chess pieces and other unexpected obstacles and objects. Between colourful puzzles, players will be treated to iconic moments from the narrative, such as Harry’s journey on the Hogwarts Express, Hagrid’s magical creatures and Hermione casting the Wingardium Leviosa spell. Check out the official Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells website for more information about the game. Watch the Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells launch trailer below: Credit: Zynga / Portkey Gameslast_img read more

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY’S RAUNCHY CABARET ‘LE HAGGIS’ SCOOPS TOP AWARD AT EDINBURGH FRINGE

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY’S RAUNCHY CABARET ‘LE HAGGIS’ SCOOPS TOP AWARD AT EDINBURGH FRINGE

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInDelight as Le Haggis Scottish Cabaret Scoops Spirit of the Fringe AwardDumfries and Galloway community theatre company celebrates accolade as curtain falls on month-long run in EdinburghDrummer, Mike UphillLe Haggis, the high-octane, saucy Caledonian cabaret show, with a band described as a “Scottish Pogues”, has scooped a coveted Spirit of the Fringe Award.The awards are made by comedian Mervyn Stutter who’s Pick of the Fringe show is a respected and much-loved festival institution now in its 24th year.Mervyn’s teams of art industry experts scour the Fringe to find top-quality shows that they believe deserve to be celebrated.Le Haggis was picked out for its sheer joyful energy and the way it combines local talent with superb established acts.Mervyn said: “Le Haggis is a great show and the band is just fabulous, the whole experience is like having a night out on the town with Rabbie Burns and a Scottish version of the Pogues.“Something we really value about Le Haggis is that it’s a community based event. It mixes excellent national and international acts with some highly talented emerging musicians and singers who have come up through community choirs.“Long may it continue. Onwards and upwards with Le Haggis!”Le Haggis is a pulsating combination of old and the new, traditional and edgy.Many of the songs, which are performed by a band which includes some of the country’s top young trad and folk talent, are contemporary takes on Burns’ best loved works. There are also many other favourite Scottish tunes, plus superb original work.The band members include Dumfries and Galloway musicians such as Grant Dinwoodie, from Dumfries, who is the lead singer. Then there are maths and physics teacher Tom Cuddihy and his wife Lynn who is a mental health nurse, plus Jo Blain, a classroom support worker from Lockerbie.Drummer, Mike Uphill, a 30-year-old Dumfries bricklayer, said: “This award means a huge amount to everyone. The show and the Fringe have been brilliant. We are all really proud to have come here and put Dumfries on the map by performing in front of audiences from all over the world.”Graham Main, artistic director of Electric Theatre Workshop, which is behind Le Haggis, said: “We’ve had a fantastic month-long run at the Fringe with sell-out shows, great reviews and to get this just as the curtain falls is fantastic!“A Spirit of the Fringe Award is the icing on the cake for a small, community-based company like ours.“It’s a tremendous way to put a spotlight on the huge amount of talent that there is in Dumfries and Galloway.“And we hope that with this success behind us we’ll be able to introduce audiences all over the country to Le Haggis – with all its sauciness and irreverent Scottish humour.”Born in Burns’ favourite town, Dumfries, the show has developed over the past two years as a fun, cheeky, and sometimes romantic and beautiful, celebration of life and Scottish culture.Le Haggis has been among the highlights at the Assembly George Square Gardens, where it takes place in the alternative reality of a huge mirror-lined Spiegeltent Colombino.The complete Le Haggis line-up is:Grant Dinwoodie: Raised in Lockerbie and now living in Dumfries, Grant – is gifted with one of the best blues-rock voices in Scotland today and is this week performing at Wickerman. He’s well-known across the region as a singer and has also been seen on stage in a number of theatrical roles. In Le Haggis he channels the spirit of Rabbie Burns himself, and provides a narrative thread throughout the show.The Empress Stah: Provocative, controversial and utterly sensational, Empress Stah is the future of cabaret. Le Haggis is proud to present this internationally acclaimed avant garde artiste who defies every norm. Originally from Australia and now working out of London she is simply breathtaking.Edd Muir: Chinese Pole performer Edd is a young Adonis who combines modern burlesque with circus – giving a distinctive, sexy and witty vaudeville slant to an ancient art form. An old friend of Le Haggis audiences, you’ll never look at a fizzy drink the same way again after witness his Irn Bru routine.Jamie and Beata: The massively muscular Jamie Swan, from Fife, and Beata Surmiak are celebrated stars of international circus. The Scot and the champion Polish acrobat first met in Macau and their sensational acts have been electrifying audiences worldwide ever since.Justine Squire: She swings from aerial silks high above the ground. Performing for Edinburgh’s All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre, Justine is one of the most enigmatic and sensual young aerial dancers in the UK. Her performances are beautiful and full of romance and spectacular moments, sending hearts racing as her body twists and turns with the pulsing rhythms of our Celtic musicians.Mohsen Amini: Glasgow-based Mohsen will be at the forefront of the achingly wonderful Celtic Rock soundtrack that throbs at the heart of Le Haggis. His concertina playing has seen him win a whole clutch of awards including from the BBC and at Celtic Connections.Sally Simpson: This widely admired fiddle player will be packing Le Haggis with musical dynamite. She’s wowed the crowds from Cambridge to Orkney and in Scandinavia. A native of Edinburgh she is loving every moment of being part of the world’s biggest fringe festival.Robbie Huxtable: A fabulous fiddler, keyboard and guitar player who is well known to the thousands who have flocked to Le Haggis in the past. Robbie graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2012 and has taught music in Dumfries and Galloway ever since. He has an extensive performance history as an actor, musician and musical director.Marianne Fraser: With a lilting, sexy, supremely seductive voice Marianne, from Spean Bridge in the Highlands, has been a Le Haggis singing star – earning high praise from critics in This is Cabaret. Her live performances have been winning admirers across this country and in Europe and she is taking the Fringe by storm.Tom Cuddihy: A maths and physics teacher in Dalbeattie by day, in the evenings Tom transforms into a bass-playing rock singer. Many will already know him from his band Novantae and at Le Haggis he’s thrilled the crowds with his playing and his solo performance of the Deacon Blue hit Dignity.Lynn Cuddihy: Lynn, a mental health nurse from Dumfries, didn’t sing a note for more than a decade after losing confidence in an unfortunate karaoke-related incident. Fortunately for everyone she was coaxed back in front of the microphone and is an absolutely key part of the Le Haggis line-up.Jo Blain: Hairdresser turned classroom support worker, Jo has hidden depths. She was plucked out after joining the Dumfries Community Choir where it was swiftly recognised that she has a fantastic singing voice. During Le Haggis she has managed to combine the day job with daily drives to Edinburgh to thrill the audiences at Le Haggis.Mike Uphill: The wild and woolly drummer from Dumfries and Galloway who claims his nearest relative is Animal from the Muppets. Born in Dumfries, Mike turned pro at the age of 19 with a band called Superhero and has never looked back – having played all across Europe and in 39 states of the USA.Jack Finlay: A 19-year-old fisherman’s son from Kirkcaldy, Jack is a multi-talented performer who is a Modern Apprentice with the Electric Theatre Workshop. Le Haggis has given him the chance to get up on stage and entertain in front of an international audience. What a way to start a career in showbiz!The Electric Theatre Workshop, which produces Le Haggis, was successful at last year’s Fringe with its play Blood Orange.The show has been seen at a variety of locations round Scotland and is a centrepiece of the annual Big Burns Supper festival in Dumfries where it has attracted sell-out audiences and excellent reviews.• Le Haggis at the Fringe is a collaboration with All or Nothing.last_img read more

AVOID SUMMER INFECTIONS AND STAY SAFE

AVOID SUMMER INFECTIONS AND STAY SAFE

first_imgBut infections don’t just happen in hospitals.  And now summer is here Elaine wants to educate people about what they can do to protect themselves – and their families – to stay safe in warmer weather. “To guard against this kind of infection people need to drink plenty of water so they are well hydrated.  It’s also important that parents make sure children visit the toilet regularly and wipe front to back, especially following a bowel movement.  This stops bacteria travelling into the urethra and significantly reduces the risk of infection.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedIn NHS Dumfries and Galloway’s Infection Control Manager Elaine Ross and her team work tirelessly to raise awareness of infection and support NHS staff to help reduce infections in clinical settings. She said:  “We all know how to guard against colds and flu in the winter but people can also contract infections in the summer and it’s important to avoid them where possible. “If you do experience any minor infection or other ailment then see your local pharmacist or seek advice from NHS 24 on 111.  In the meantime have a brilliant summer and stay safe.” As well as helping guard against infection water can be a source of problems.  Swimming in water contaminated with sewage or that has stagnated can be a cause of gastroenteritis, respiratory problems and ear, nose and throat infections. Secondary infections from Insect bites and stings are also common.  These can occur when a person is bitten or stung but infections can also be introduced if the bite or sting is scratched. “For example we can quickly become dehydrated in hot weather.  This means the bladder isn’t flushed out as much as it should be, bacteria get the chance to grow and this can result in a urinary tract infection.  These cause a great deal of discomfort and may have to be treated with antibiotics. Elaine added:  “It is important that we get outside and enjoy the summer, especially when the weather is good.  I would advise people to stay hydrated, cook barbeque food properly, make sure salads and cold meats don’t sit in the sun and always wash your hands before eating.  Taking these simple precautions should greatly reduce the risk of infection.last_img read more

TRUMP VICTORY FOR U.S.A PRESIDENCY

TRUMP VICTORY FOR U.S.A PRESIDENCY

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInOvernight the battle for the U.S.A presidency has been fought, the winner being announced in the last few minutes as the American businessman a reality TV star Donald Trump.In what has been described as one of the most historical elections in the United States the country now has a new president. In a tight fought battle after one of the countries strongest a dirtiest campaigns ‘Hilary Clinton’ was beaten by 276 to 218 seats with still a few results left to come in.Vice president-elect Mike Pence has just stated to the world “America has elected a new president and its almost hard for me to express the honour that me and my family feel that we will have the privilege to serve as the Vice President of the United States of America.”.Accompanied by his family Donald took to the  stage in Manhattan and spoke  publicly, he stated ”  Hillary Clinton has worked  very hard over a very long period of time, and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to this country,” He went on to say  “Now it is time for America to bind the wounds of division.” “I pledge to every citizen of our land that I will be president for every American. And that is very important to me.” Only time will tell how relationships, with the rest of the world, will develop for Mr Trump and the U.S.A.Picture Copyright R.B Photographylast_img read more