Monthly Archive: November 2018

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Trump’s ‘groundbreaking’ deal with American leaders

Tariff Tensions Shadow US, Canada, Mexico Trade Pact Signing The president joined Canadian and Mexican leaders at a global meeting to sign a revised North American trade pact, which will fulfill a longstanding political promise. President Donald Trump teamed with the leaders of Canada and Mexico on Friday to sign...

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Trump cancels G-20 meeting with Putin, citing standoff with Ukraine; decision follows developments in Russia probe

President Donald Trump on Thursday cancelled his planned meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin at the G-20 summit in Argentina. Trump’s cancellation came an hour after he told reporters that he would probably meet with Putin there. Dan Mangan | @_DanMangan President Donald Trump on Thursday cancelled his planned meeting with...

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Trump might have renominated Yellen for Fed chair if she wasn’t so… short, report says

Trump slams Fed chair, questions climate change and threatens to cancel Putin meeting in wide-ranging interview with The Post President Trump was considering reappointing Janet Yellen to another term as Federal Reserve chair but was concerned she was too short, according to a Washington Post report. Trump instead chose Jerome...

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Trump claims Mueller is ‘viciously telling’ at least three witnesses to ‘LIE’ and claims a new McCarthy era as Russia probe threatens his associates

The president unloaded on Robert Mueller again on Wednesday  He claimed ‘at least 3 major players’ are being pressured to ‘lie’ Trump said they were promised ‘relief’ by prosecutors Conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi says he rejected a plea deal that would have him admit to perjury Investigators also are focusing...

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‘We will not tolerate this lawlessness’: America fights back hard against caravan migrants, including women and children, who stormed border and were met with tear gas and rubber bullets, as PRESIDENT shuts down Tijuana-San Diego crossing

Tensions increased between border agents and migrants on Sunday afternoon at the San Ysidro Port of Entry Children were screaming and coughing in the mayhem as agents threw tear gas into the crowds   The tensions prompted US officials to close the crossing between Tijuana an San Diego Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen...

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Trump warns Mexico it ‘would be very smart’ if they stopped caravans before they reached the border as Mexican officials say no deal with the president that they would keep asylum seekers out of U.S.

President Donald Trump on Sunday warned Mexico it ‘would be very smart’ if the country stopped migrant caravans ‘long before’ they get to the U.S. border It comes as Mexico said there was ‘no agreement’ made with the U.S. that will require asylum seekers to wait in their country while their cases...

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George Papadopoulos is ordered to prison for lying to the FBI working on Mueller’s investigation as the judge rejects a last minute bid for the former Trump campaign adviser to avoid his TWO WEEKS in jail

George Papadopoulos admitted to lying to special counsel Robert Mueller He was investigated as part of Mueller’s Russia probe He was asking for a stay of his two-week federal sentence But a judge on Sunday denied his request and ordered him to jail  By EMILY GOODIN, U.S. POLITICAL REPORTER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM...

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Rudy Giuliani Admits Trump Will Stonewall Mueller’s Obstruction Of Justice Question

Trump has provided written answers to Mueller’s questions, but will not answer any more. Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani says that the president will not answer any further questions from FBI special counsel Robert Mueller, and in particular, he won’t answer any questions about obstruction of justice, in an exclusive...

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Trump intensifies his attacks on Chief Justice Roberts and slams the ‘horrible’ 9th Circuit that is making the nation ‘unsafe’ as he launches furious rant on Thanksgiving

Trump has doubled down on his criticism of the 9th Circuit and intensified his attacks on Chief Justice Roberts  In a Thanksgiving tweet on Thursday, he labeled the court a ‘total disaster’  The president said it was ‘out of control’ and has a ‘horrible reputation’  Their row began when Trump...

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‘It’s a mean nasty world’: In statement on Khashoggi murder, Trump says relationship with Saudi Arabia most important

By MARIAM KHAN In an extraordinary statement, President Trump on Tuesday defended Saudi Arabia in the face of mounting pressure over the slaying of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. “Representatives of Saudi Arabia say that Jamal Khashoggi was an “enemy of the state” and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, but my decision is in...

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16 Dems sign letter opposing Pelosi as Speaker

Sixteen Democrats have signed onto a letter opposing Rep. Nancy Pelosi(D-Calif.) for Speaker. The letter, spearheaded by Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-N.Y.), had been anticipated for some time and ended up one signature less than the 17 names that had been expected. Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio), who had initially signed and is weighing a challenge to...

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Ivanka Conveniently Supports Democrats’ Headscarf Rule For Members Of Congress

Democrats eye change in rules to allow religious headwear The Democrats are looking to change a rule banning hats in Congress to accommodate members who wear religious headwear — and Ivanka Trump is conveniently in support. “Important rule change for Congress to make…” the first daughter and senior White House advisor tweeted early...

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In Khashoggi murder case, Trump is torn between 2 tyrants

With “friends” and allies like Turkey and Saudi Arabia, the Trump administration must wonder: Who needs an actual enemy like Iran in the Middle East? Almost from the moment that Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi  — a legal resident of the U.S. and a contributor to the Washington Post —...