Donald J. Trump, a businessman, entertainer and then president whose personal brand has always been closely intertwined with his wealth, is no longer considered one of America’s richest people. At least not according to Forbes. The former president was left off the Forbes 400 list of America’s richest people for the first time in a quarter-century, the magazine reported on Tuesday (US time).
Source: Donald Trump drops off Forbes 400 rich list for first time in 25 years
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s record 12 years in office has come to an end, as the country’s parliament narrowly approved a new coalition government. Naftali Bennett, the head of a small ultra-nationalist party, was sworn in as prime minister on Monday (Australian time) after 60-59 vote in parliament. Mr Netanyahu immediately declared to stay on to fight the new government, and then took to Twitter to tell supporters “do not let your spirit fall. We’ll be back – and faster than you think”.
Source: Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu out after 12 years in office