Monthly Archives: June, 2019

Trump meets Kim in DMZ, becomes first sitting US president to step into Hermit Kingdom

President Trump became the first sitting U.S.leader to set foot in North Korea when he took 20 steps into the Hermit Kingdom on Sunday.

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Ben Carson takes aim at red tape blamed for soaring housing costs

State and local governments are driving up the cost of housing through a web of regulations, industry groups and federal officials say – a situation that’s prompted Housing Secretary Ben Carson to call for new incentives to eliminate the red tape.

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Trump revives ICE raid threat, blasts judge who ruled against border wall

Saturday President Trump vowed to “immediately” appeal a judge’s ruling blocking funding for his border wall, while reviving threats to proceed with stalled deportation raids as soon as a week from now. The president discussed his immigration plans as part of a wide-ranging press conference following the G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan.

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Trump Administration Puts New Restrictions on Cuba Travel

Major new travel restrictions on visits to Cuba by U.S. citizens, including a ban on many forms of educational and recreational travel, have been imposed by the Trump administration Tuesday.

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Supreme Court to decide whether Trump administration can end DACA program

Well, it was known from the start, Odumb sh** didn’t have that authority to start DACA in the first place, so why is it illegal for Trump to end an illegal order? The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether plans by the Trump administration to end the so-called DACA program for young undocumented immigrants can proceed.

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Tory leadership contest: Rule change proposed to limit candidates

Senior backbench Conservative MPs have recommended that the party change its leadership contest rules to limit the number of candidates.

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Flight from India to Newark makes emergency landing over ‘security threat’

An Air India flight headed for Newark, New Jersey from Mumbai was rerouted to London Thursday after a “security threat,” reports said.

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Dossier author Christopher Steele will be questioned by US investigators

Former British spy Christopher Steele, the author of the anti-Trump dossier of salacious and unverified claims about the president’s ties to Russia, has agreed to be questioned by investigators from the United States, according to a report in Britain.

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‘Mueller better be prepared’: This twist could give GOP firebrands ammo at hearing

Demonrats are eagerly awaiting the chance to question former Special Counsel Robert Mueller on his findings from the Russia investigation, but the timing of the sweltering summer hearings could give those same lawmakers reason to sweat.

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Scarborough calls Mueller’s evidence ‘impeachable and indictable,’ says Trump ‘ground noise’ must be ignored

Joe Scarborough argues in a Washington Post op-ed that after “three years of Trumpian madness,” Americans must try to ignore the “ground noise” coming from the president.

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