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Trump’s Funding Setback on Mexico Border Wall

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Just a couple of days ago, it was anticipated that a shutdown cannot be averted, while the Trump administration and Democrats remained in a dispute over the funding for the Mexico border wall. However, the White House in a swift move abandoned the demand for government funds of $5 billion for constructing a wall on…

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Trump Administration and Democrats Remain Separated over Mexico Border Wall

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The Mexico border crisis remains on the peak for the Trump administration, which has always strongly stood against immigration, as it strives to construct a wall along the south boundary. On Sunday, the White House pushed its demand for construction of the Mexico border wall to impede illegal immigration, even if it calls for a…

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Cohen Pleads Guilty for Lying to Congress over Russian Investigation

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Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen pleads guilty for his crimes and lying to congress in federal Russian investigation. Cohen has given intense information about Trump to investigating agencies and to special counsel. Cohen has twice pleaded guilty in federal court in Manhattan for his crimes. The campaign violation that Cohen admitted to is his involvement in…

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Trump’s foreign policy criticized by the Ex-US Secretaries of State at Denver event

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Two former U.S. secretaries of state John Kerry and Madeleine Albright, criticized President Donald Trump’s foreign policy on Thursday night in Denver, as he refused to speak about climate change and withdrew from international agreements. Madeleine Albright, who has served as chief diplomat under former President Bill Clinton in the 1990s said, “What is America’s…

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Paul Manafort Plea Agreement Breached with Lies – Mueller

Paul Manafort Plea Agreement Breached with Lies – Mueller

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On Monday, the special counsel’s office said in a court filing that President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort breached the plea deal by repeatedly lying to the federal investigations two months into signing the guilty plea agreement. Robert S. Mueller III, prosecutor working for the special counsel, said that Paul Manafort’s “crimes and lies”…

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Will James Comey testify in public?

Will James Comey testify in public?

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Former FBI Director James Comey on Thursday, moved to block a subpoena from Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight Committee. GOP lawmakers who are investigating the FBI’s role in the 2016 presidential election have sent summons to both Comey and former attorney General Loretta Lynch. Republicans have ordered Comey and Lynch…

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Midterm Elections: Democrats take lead of the House with biggest margin

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The largest midterm elections victory in the history of the United States was bagged by Democrats this year. Democrats took control of the House of Representatives by surpassing the record of 8.7 million votes in 1974, the post-Watergate election. According to the data compiled by the Cook Political Report, a non-partisan political analysis website, Democrats lead the…

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With G20 around the corner, China-US tensions soar

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A meeting between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, is due to take place this week at the G20 summit in Argentina. However, the business leaders and analysts have already started to express disappointment due to China-US tensions. The Trump administration is set to increase tariff rate on $200 bn worth of Chinese exports…

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US-Saudi relations face “unprecedented disruption” following Khashoggi’s death

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On Wednesday, a Middle East scholar said that the recent death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has led to an “unprecedented disruption” in US-Saudi relations. Hussein Ibish, 55, a senior resident scholar at The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, has an active role in advocacy for Arab causes in the United States. Ibish told media…

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