Beekeeper takes down bee colony with little damage

A small bee colony was destroyed in southern California’s Modesto County when a homeowner’s electric lawn mower struck it, authorities said Monday.

The beekeeper’s daughter found the hive on Monday afternoon when she was working on her family’s property, said Modesto Beekeeper Mark Bussin, who has a business in the town of 10,000 people.

She noticed the colony was in poor condition and called the Modesto Fire Department to report the damage, Bussins father, Mark, said in a statement.

A resident came by, found the bees nest and removed the hive, Bausins father said.

No bees were injured.

The mower driver, a 53-year-old man, was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, Bose said.

Bose said the homeowner had no prior criminal record.

Bussin said his daughter’s mower was registered to the homeowner’s name, and that the beekeeper was a registered electrician with a company that installs electrical equipment in homes and businesses.

He said the mower owner had previously had no history of criminal activity.

Trump campaign aides to Trump’s legal team: You’ve got to make a lot of calls

Bee-colored pages from the pages of Donald Trump’s attorneys are to be given to the president’s legal teams, a senior campaign aide told The Hill.

The Bee, which has become an emblem of the Trump campaign, is part of the campaign’s “Bee Collection” and is in the midst of an art-deco campaign that will culminate in a grand opening of a bee hive at Trump Tower.

“The Bee Collection will be the centerpiece of the new Trump Tower,” the aide said.

“It is important to all the Trump team that it’s the Bee Collection that will be in their presence.”

The Bee is seen as a symbol of Trump’s success as a businessman.

In the 1970s, the Trump family’s father was convicted of embezzling millions from the estate of a wealthy financier, and the family sued to have the conviction overturned.

Trump, who had a storied life as a builder and entrepreneur, lost the case, but later sued his former nemesis for slander.

The family has repeatedly used the Bee to paint a rosy picture of their success in business, while accusing the media of using the symbol to discredit their business.

But the Bee’s appeal in that case was not successful.

The New York Times ran a story on February 23 titled “Trump family lawyers are to receive art-coloring pages from Trump’s lawyers.”

The story also said Trump is “to receive Bee-colored pages from his legal team” for the first time.

The Daily Beast published a piece on February 24 titled “The Trump Bee, The Bee and The Devil: A portrait of a man who has a long, storied history of using his bee-colors to paint an image of success.”

The article quoted a person familiar with the plans as saying that the Bee would be “the centerpiece of his new skyscraper.”

“The White House has already commissioned art from his bee collection to paint the new headquarters,” the source said.

Argentina’s president apologises for ‘disgusting’ tweet: ‘I didn’t mean it’

Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri has apologised for his offensive tweet mocking President Maurizio Zepeda, saying it was not meant to be taken seriously.

The president, in a series of tweets on Tuesday, had accused Zepeta of being a “traitor to his country”.

“I have always been in the habit of saying things like this.

I didn’t say it as a joke,” Macri said.

“I know that it is disgusting.

I also know that the president of Argentina is a good person, a decent person, but that doesn’t mean that he should be treated like that,” he said.

The Argentine president has said he will seek to hold a referendum on the constitutional amendment to allow Zepes election in 2018.

The referendum has been repeatedly delayed, though the country’s Supreme Court has recently agreed to review the law allowing it to proceed.