Super Bowl 2019 melee pits Tom Brady Payton Manning for NFLs 100th

first_img 2019 TV shows you can’t miss The NFL is officially launching its 100th anniversary celebrations with Super Bowl 53, and it sure went big for the kickoff party.The league’s 100-Year Game commercial features a who’s-who of players current and past, including Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, retired QB Payton Manning, running back Barry Sanders and newer stars Saquon Barkley and Baker Mayfield.  Post a comment Sam Gordon, a Utah Girls Tackle Football League running back, takes a star turn at the end of the ad when she shows off a wicked spin move.Anybody who loves the NFL may want to give the 100th-season video a rewatch to catch all the cameos. It’s an energetic start to the league’s big celebration.  Tags Aug 14 • Raising the entry-level bar Super Bowl 2019 Feb 28 • Last chance to get 3 months of Mint Mobile service for $20 The theme centers around a stately black-tie gathering that descends into madness as the players tussle over a golden football. It’s not just on-the-field names who participate in the food fight/pickup game. The ad also highlights play-by-play announcer Beth Mowins and Sarah Thomas, the NFL’s first full-time female official.  50 Photos More Super Bowl reading • Super Bowl 2019 melee pits Tom Brady, Payton Manning for NFL’s 100th season Sports May 7 • 2020 Toyota Supra first drive review: More reset than reboot 0 Share your voice Super Bowl 2019 • Best Super Bowl 2019 commercials ranked: Harrison Ford, The Dude, the Backstreet Boys and more Avengers, Captain Marvel, Twilight Zone: All the must-see Super Bowl 2019 trailers Super Bowl 2019: New Avengers: Endgame trailer shows heroes at their best Super Bowl 2019 commercials: Watch them all here Super Bowl 2019 memes: Game of Thrones, SpongeBob, Adam Levine’s nipples SpongeBob SquarePants barely shows up at Super Bowl 2019 halftime show See all of our Super Bowl coverage Feb 7 • Every Avengers: Endgame character flash at the start of that Super Bowl trailer See Alllast_img read more

Conflict Of Interest For USTR Nominee Holding Up Trumps Plan To Reopen

first_img Listen Nicoguaro President Trump has pushed back the start date for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) several times over the past few months, in large part because the Senate has yet to vote on the confirmation of his nominee for U.S. trade representative, attorney Robert Lighthizer. By law, only the U.S. trade representative can notify Congress of the president’s intent to renegotiate a trade agreement.“One of the requirements in terms of what the USTR must satisfy is that he has not worked for any foreign interest involved in a negotiation with the United States government,” says Stephen Lande, president of Manchester Trade, a trade policy advisory firm based in Washington, D.C. “And Bob Lighthizer was involved actually in a fairly minor negotiation with Brazil. So one needs a waiver for that in order for the Senate to be in a position to consider his nomination and, of course, approve his nomination.”Lande says Trump seems to be counting on such a waiver being attached to a must-pass measure to fund the federal government.The Houston area has a big stake in what happens next. “There’s $18 billion traded between Houston alone and Mexico, which is more than many countries trade between each other,” says Kenneth Smith Ramos, who heads the trade and NAFTA office at the Mexican Embassy to the U.S.Once the president notifies Congress of his intent to reopen NAFTA, that will trigger a 90-day countdown. Three-way talks with Mexico and Canada could begin by mid-summer. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /01:20center_img X Sharelast_img read more