Category Archives: Politics

Trump Wants Kim to Commit to Disarmament Timetable in Singapore

The White House says that it wants North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to commit to a timetable to surrender his country’s nuclear arsenal when he meets President Donald Trump next week in Singapore, a high-stakes summit that could last as long as two days — or just minutes. Continue reading →
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Giuliani Says Mueller’s Team Is Trying to Frame Trump

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says special counsel Robert Mueller’s team is trying to frame President Trump. Giuliani, who has been serving as Trump’s lawyer amid the Russia scandal, says Wednesday in Israel that Mueller’s team includes “13 highly partisan Democrats … (who) are trying very very hard to frame him to get him in trouble when he hasn’t done anything wrong.”Newsmax

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Trump Considering Separate Trade Deals With Canada, Mexico

President Donald Trump may seek separate talks with Canada and Mexico in a bid to get individual trade deals with the two countries, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday. Continue reading →

Ex-Navy sailor pardoned by Trump says he’s suing Comey and Obama

A former Navy sailor who is one of five people to receive a pardon from

President Donald Trump is planning to file a lawsuit against Obama administration officials, alleging that he was subject to unequal protection of the law. Continue reading →

Justin Trudeau on Trump Claim of National Security Threat: ‘Insulting’

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday that President Donald Trump characterizing the country as a national security threat in imposing tariffs on its steel and aluminum imports was “quite frankly, insulting and unacceptable.” Continue reading →

Giuliani: Trump Would Fight Subpoena, Not Pardon Himself

An attorney for President Donald Trump stressed Sunday that the president’s legal team would contest any effort to force the president to testify in front of a grand jury during the special counsel’s Russia probe but downplayed the idea that Trump could pardon himself.

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Despite good job report, Pelosi not impressed

Despite fears of a global trade war, U.S. unemployment numbers hit an 18-year low in May. Businesses added 233,000 jobs in May, up from 159,000 in April, driving the unemployment rate to 3.8 percent. Continue reading →

Republican blasts ‘unethical tricks from the swamp,’ rejects Dems’ donations

An unknown Republican congressional candidate in Southern California has received $137,000 in campaign donations from Democrats from across the U.S. ahead of Tuesday’s primary. Continue reading →

U.S. Steel And Aluminum Tariffs Are ‘Illegal,’ EU Trade Commissioner Says

So it’s okay for these other countries to have tariffs on US goods, but we can’t do the same. After U.S. tariffs on imports of European steel and aluminum took effect Friday morning, the EU’s top trade commissioner called them “illegal” and a classic case of protectionism. Continue reading →

Eric Holder takes aim at Trump in NH, fueling 2020 speculation

Friday Eric Holder’s visit to the state that holds the first primary along the road to the White House is sparking further speculation that the former attorney general is seriously mulling a Democratic presidential bid in 2020. Continue reading →