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Title: US Elections: AU Government Warns Australians to Get Out of US
Post by: Private on 08 November 2016 at 10:44
 Warnings for Aussies in the US as election tensions mount

Lauren McMah (http://twitter.com/lauren_mcmah) | Fox News (http://www.news.com.au/) (Australia) | 8 November 2016


Extract: AUSTRALIANS in the United States are being told to prepare their exit strategies in case tempers flare as Americans head to the polls in one of the most bitterly divisive presidential campaigns the country has seen.

Security forces are being beefed up across the US and authorities are on high alert as tensions mount in the final hours of a fiery, months-long showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Anti-government militia and neo-Nazi groups plan to mobilise outside polling places to monitor for voter fraud, including by non-American citizens, while firearms sales have skyrocketed in the lead-up to the vote.

Dean Van Es, chief executive of travel insurance provider Fast Cover, said Australians should stay out of US cities, avoid large gatherings and most of all keep their mouths shut on election day and as results rolled in.

“US law enforcement is on high alert through this whole period so they are in some ways expecting something to happen, but it is very much an unknown, as there hasn’t been an election like this in a long time,” he told news.com.au.

“If you can avoid the US, that would be the easiest way to stay out of it ... We’re also telling our travellers to keep a low profile generally, especially on election day and the days after. People don’t need to know your opinion. You’re a visitor to their country, so don’t stir anything up.”

He said Aussies should keep an eye on media reports for news of any incidents and avoid polling booths, religious places, pubs and bars and any place people were drinking.
Title: Re: US Elections: AU Government Warns Australians to Get Out of US
Post by: Private on 09 November 2016 at 12:51

Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated Trump and called him “a true friend of the state of Israel.”

“President-elect Trump is a true friend of the state of Israel, and I look forward to working with him to advance security, stability and peace in our region,” the right-wing premier said in a statement.

“The ironclad bond between the United States and Israel is rooted in shared values, buttressed by shared interests and driven by a shared destiny.

“I am confident that president-elect Trump and I will continue to strengthen the unique alliance between our two countries and bring it to ever greater heights.” Netanyahu avoided controversial topics in his statement, unlike members of his government.