Our team could not help but wonder how long the Acting Ambassador will be at his post before he is relieved of his responsibility as the US officially still does not have an Ambassador. The President spoke later on in the evening at an event at the Ford Theatre in Washington, though, paying tribute ot the victims and vowing that all that can be done will be done. This is as the UK is faced with National Elections on Thursday as the Former Director of the FBI is slated to testify. The subject of the inquiry and the testimony was topic 1 on The US Public Affairs Shows. It was especially interesting to note how Senator Jon Coryn of Texas noted how the President created problems with his "twitter habit". Our view is that the UK Elections is going to be a nail-biter especially in light of the attacks as the record of the current Prime Minister and former Home Secretary (Interior Minister) will be questioned. Some 20,000 Police Officers have lost their jobs--as there are some reports that some 23,000 radicals are under surveillance in the United Kingdom right now. The Labor Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, noted this during remarks as he said that, ".,you can't protect the public on the cheap..." as the Prime Minister came out with a 4-Point plan which has come under criticism as well. As we went to press gearing up for the new week, we also got reports here in our Virtual Newsroom that Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, The UAE & Egypt have broken diplomatic relations with Qatar citing National Security Concerns--as such, the bulk of . This is as the Intercepthas done a major expose of efforts spearheaded by the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to undermine Qatar and Kuwait by enticing one of the leading neo-conservative think tanks in Washington, the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy--in addition to the Atlantic Council. The foundation has been at the forefront of opposition to the Iran Nuclear Deal. The status of the Foundations was also the subject of a major New York Times expose last year with a focus of Corporate America--but the influence of Foreign Governments advancing their own causes was problematic. As we went to press, we also were on the prowl assessing Iraq and the battle for Mosul. Iranian-backed Shitte militas are making great headway as horrific scenes of victims were shown throughout the day on Al Jazeera (one of our partners who we feature live here). There is and Syria which has not been as prevalent due to the attacks in the UK--and of course OneLove Manchester that our team released a newsflash earlier today.