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in New York City. England in 2012. on June 17,C. reading prepared remarks off a teleprompter “I have done that and believe it or not I regret it And I do regret it particularly where it may have caused personal pain” His speech Thursday came days after a campaign shake-up which brought on Stephen Bannon formerly of the right-wing website Breitbart News to be campaign CEO Trump opened his talk with an appeal to American unity a theme he carried throughout the evening “When one state hurts we all hurt” he said of the flooding in Louisiana Later he made an explicit pitch to African Americans “If African-American voters give Donald Trump a chance by giving me their vote the result for them will be amazing” he said “What do you have to lose by trying something new … This means so much to me and I will work as hard as I can to bring new opportunity to places in our country which have not known it in a very long time Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party have taken African-American votes totally for granted Because the votes have been automatically there for them there has been no reason for Democrats to produce” Read More: Donald Trump Proposes Extreme Vetting for Immigrants Trump told the crowd he would fight for them and hammered Clinton the Democratic nominee as being out of touch and unwilling to be truthful or apologize for mistakes “While sometimes I can be too honest Hillary Clinton is the exact opposite” Trump said “She never tells the truth” “In my Administration every American will be treated equally protected equally and honored equally” Trump said “We will reject bigotry and hatred and oppression in all of its forms” Read Next: Staff Shake-Up Signals a Return to Donald Trumps Rebellious Roots Write to Tessa Berenson at [email protected] of the flight recorders or black boxes belonging to Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 has been recovered but French interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve says it has been damaged Investigators are hoping that at least some data from the recorder can be retrieved to shed light on the crash the cause of which is still not known The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Search and recovery operations resumed in the French Alps on Wednesday morning a day after the jet crashed and most likely killed all 150 people aboard The 24-year-old Airbus A320 was en route from the Spanish city of Barcelona to Dusseldorf in Germany when it went down just before 11 am local time on Tuesday scattering wreckage across more than four acres of craggy terrain near the village of Digne-Les-Bains in southeastern France French officials estimated that it would take “at least a week” to scour the remote site More than 300 policemen and 380 firefighters have been mobilized in the effort according to Agence France-Presse At least 67 Germans were believed to have been aboard Flight 4U 9525 along with around 45 Spanish passengers Two Australians and two Japanese are also believed to have perished as well as Belgian and Turkish travelers An unconfirmed report in Germany’s Spiegel magazine cited in the Telegraph said that some Germanwings staff felt the crash was related to repairs made on Monday to the nose-wheel landing doors of the ill-fated aircraft Lufthansa which owns Germanwings denied that there was any connection Nevertheless scattered reports have emerged that some Germanwings employees are refusing to board the company’s planes in the wake of the disaster "We understand their decision" said Thomas Winkelmann a Germanwings spokesperson in a statement On Wednesday aviation experts continued to wrestle with several puzzling aspects connected to the crash Why was no distress made by the pilots And why did it take Flight 4U 9525 an unusually long time to descend from its cruising altitude of approximately 38000 feet "Eight minutes is a long time for a descent in an uncontrolled fashion" Mike Daniel an international aviation-safety consultant based in Singapore tells TIME "It could be more of a controlled fashion but we wont know until they read the flight data recorder and the cockpit voice recorder" Meanwhile reports have also began to surface of lucky escapes Players from the Swedish first division soccer team Dalkurd FF had been originally booked to travel on Flight 4U 9525 but later switched their plans to avoid a layover in Dusseldorf "At first our time was spent calming down our relatives on the phone because they had been worried sick about us" Frank Pettersson the teams goalkeeper told Yahoo News "Later came shock as the thoughts of the victims onboard on that plane became more tangible" Read next: These Charts Show Why the Germanwings Crash Is Especially Unusual Witness Scenes From the Plane Crash in the French Alps Flowers are left in front of the monument in homage to the victims of Germanwings Flight 4U 9525 in Le Vernet southeastern France March 27 2015 Alberto Estevez—EPA German Chancellor Angela Merkel French President Francois Hollande and Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy pay respect to victims in front of the mountain where a Germanwings jetliner crashed in Le Vernet France March 25 2015 Christophe Ena—AP A search and rescue worker at the crash site of the Germanwings Airbus A320 that crashed in the French Alps above the town of Seyne-les-Alpes southeastern France March 25 2015 Guillaume Horcajuelo—EPA Helicopters of the French gendarmerie and emergency services fly over Seyne-les-Alpes as they resume works to recover the bodies and the remains of the Airbus A320 that crashed the previous day in the Alps March 25 2015 Alberto Estevez—EPA French military personnel walk up the mountainside near Seyne France on March 25 2015 Peter Macdiarmid—Getty Images Gendarmerie and French mountain rescue teams arrive near the site of the Germanwings plane crash near the French Alps on March 24 2015 Patrick Aventurier—Getty Images French emergency services workers and members of the French gendarmerie gather in Seyne south-eastern France on March 24 2015 near the site where a Germanwings Airbus A320 crashed in the French Alps Boris Horvat—AFP/Getty Images An aerial photo shows what appears to be wreckage from the crash of a Germanwings plane in the French Alps between Barcelona and Digne March 24 2015 Duclet Stephane—ZUMAPRESScom Relatives of passengers of the Germanwings plane crashed in French Alps are seen at the Terminal 2 of the Barcelona El Prat airport on March 24 2015 in Barcelona David Ramos—Getty Images A worker from a Swissport a Service Company who is handling for Germanwings airlines works inside an office in the Barcelona airport March 24 2015 Emilio Morenatti—AP People stand in front of candles and flowers placed in front of the Joseph-Koenig-Gymnasium in Haltern Germany March 24 2015 Imago/Zumapress 1 of 11 Advertisement Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] days after the murders of nine people in a historically black church in Charleston the Confederate flaga controversial symbol of southern separatismis still flying high on the grounds of the statehouse in Columbia South Carolina But that may be about to change In the midst of a heated controversy over the Confederate flag’s racial legacy Gov Nikki Haley is reportedly preparing on Monday to propose removing the flag from the legislature’s grounds And both South Carolina US Senators Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott will reportedly join her in that call according to CNN and a reporter from the Charleston Post and Courier The pathway for actually removing the flag is a thorny one however and would require real legislative will The Confederate flag’s place near the statehouse is enshrined in state law In 2000 under pressure from the NAACP and business interests in the state legislation was passed requiring the Confederate flag be taken off the South Carolina statehouse and placed at the Confederate Soldier Monument near where the legislature meets The flag must fly within 10 feet of the monument and be illuminated at night Even its height is mandated in the law: it has to fly 30 feet up the flagpole The law would be difficult to change The law stipulates that two-thirds of both houses must vote to remove the flag from the statehouse grounds a prospect that seems an uphill battle considering some of the adamant opposition in the past to moving it There’s popular support to keep the flag in place: as of November 61% of South Carolinians said the flag should continue to fly where it is according to a Winthrop poll Timing is tricky too With the state’s legislative session ending a bill to remove the flag from state grounds may have to wait until December before it’s introduced By then much of the urgency to remove the flag may have passed But there may be an option to remove it immediately: the legislature could slip a bill into the current budget bill Budget bills tend to pass in South Carolina by a two-thirds majority meaning a motion to remove the flag would have a much better chance of passing as part of budget negotiations And a simple majority may be enough The Democratic congressman from South Carolina James Clyburn said Saturday that state legislators could remove the flag with a majority Current SC law may require 2/3 vote to remove the Confed Battle flag but legislators could change that law w/ a simply majority #takeitdown James E Clyburn (@Clyburn) June 21 2015 Pressure is growing to remove the flag Republican national leaders like Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush have joined calls for the flag to be removed along with Charleston’s mayor and local faith leaders and some 500000 have now signed a MoveOnorg petition to remove the flag All that could put an extra push on any remaining resistant state lawmakers Witness Charleston’s Grief After 9 Killed in Church Race Attack Surreace Cox of North Charleston SC, It was talked about a lot in my family because both my parents fled the Nazis.5 billion.Meridian told the Water Commission it plans to use reverse osmosis to treat the water for use in the refinery," Meridian CEO William Prentice said in a statement. 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