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Donald Trump ridiculed in latest The Simpsons promo


Comey, who hears Trump's pleas for help and a hug; Vice President Mike Pence, rubbing the "vice" off his nameplate in anticipation; and Attorney General Jeff Sessions beneath a sheet. "I came to thank you, Donald", says Nixon, who has his own history with tapes . "I mean, there are no tapes!" "I'm moving up. Thanks to you, I'm now the 44th-best president!" His hair then moves, revealing itself to be a small dog with a tape recorder. Read More »

Turkey Wants An Investigation Into A Brawl Outside Its Embassy In DC

When Fox News mentioned Senator John McCain's (R-Ariz.) call to expel the Turkish Ambassador from the U.S., Tillerson responded that the investigation must conclude before making any such decisions. He turns to head inside the Turkish ambassador's residence but not before stopping to look back one last time. Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Monday that US authorities were "aggressive and unprofessional" during a confrontation with protesters outside the Turkish ambassador's ... Read More »

Trump asked Macron to swap cell phone numbers


At Thursday's working lunch between President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron , the two alpha males engaged in a lengthy, forceful, freaky handhold for the cameras. Mr Trump called Mr Macron after his resounding victory. The not-so-subtle power play may be read as a show of support for Merkel, after Trump previously refused to shake hands with her when they first met, according to The Telegraph . Read More »

Trump directly scolds NATO allies, says they owe 'massive' sums

Trump has mused about pulling out of the pact because he believed other countries were not paying their fair share and he has so far refused to commit to abiding by Article 5 , in which member nations vow to come to each other's defense. "We have heard President Trump before being very blunt on the message of fair burden sharing", Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said after the meeting. Read More »

Donald Trump's son-in-law under Federal Bureau of Investigation radar in Russian Federation probe

That appears to conflict with the White House's version of events - that Kushner met with Gorkov as a representative of Trump's transition team. The seemingly conflicting characterizations of the meeting - which was not disclosed publicly until The New York Times reported on it at the end of March - raise more questions about what kind of contact Trump's associates had with Russian officials through the latter half of 2016, as Russia was attempting to sway the outcome of the election ... Read More »

Seventh arrest made over Manchester bombing after police storm Nuneaton address

Trump has yet to fully respond to the news regarding British intelligence. British authorities have reacted angrily to the publication of the images, saying it undermines their investigation. Al-Libi's wife told the AP that she went to college in Tripoli with the elder Abedi's wife and that the two women also lived together in the United Kingdom before they returned t Libya. Read More »

Iran lashes back with reminder of Saudi link to 9/11


He also all but promised he would not publicly admonish Mideast rulers for human rights violations and oppressive reigns. He offered a partnership with the defeat terrorist groups such as the Islamic State, but he said they must take the lead to end the bloodshed and violence it is spreading in their own homelands. Read More »

City worker and Democratic organizer busted for child porn


On Friday, the Post said that court documents stated that Jacob Schwartz allegedly kept thousands of photos and almost one hundred videos on a laptop depicting horrifying acts with "young nude females between the approximate ages of 6 months and 16, engaging in sexual conduct... Read More »

Ariana Grande to perform benefit concert in Manchester for bombing victims

A woman arrested Wednesday during a raid on an apartment north of Manchester has been released without charge. The attack was claimed by Daesh. British authorities investigating the deadly Manchester suicide bombing are reportedly no longer sharing intelligence with United States officials following multiple leaks of information to the media . Read More »

Trump calls first trip overseas 'home run' as challenges await


Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations meet African heads of state today, the final day of their annual summit which has been marked by discord over climate change, but unity on tackling terrorism . "I think we hit a home run no matter where we are", Trump told the soldiers. Trudeau is expecting to find an ally on free trade, climate change and other so-called progressive issues in Macron, the newly elected French president with whom he had a bilateral meeting Friday. Read More »

CBO report rips GOP health bill

On May 4, by a four-vote margin, the House approved the American Health Care Act . About 20 million people gained insurance under Obamacare. A day after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he didn't know how he was going to find 50 votes to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, the No. Read More »

G-7 summit ends without unanimity on climate


Trump has previously expressed skepticism about climate change. "If it comes to a choice between measures to curtail global warming under the 2015 Paris climate accord and growing the USA economy, economic considerations would prevail", Cohn told reporters on Air Force One Thursday. Read More »

President Uhuru Kenyatta meets US President Donald Trump

European leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and new French President Emmanuel Macron, had hoped to use the summit to convince Trump to soften some of his stances. Mr Juncker meanwhile said the landmark Paris accord, struck by virtually every country in the world to combat global warming, should be implemented in full. Read More »

Manchester Police Conduct Controlled Explosion During Search for Bombing Links

The Manchester attack has caused revulsion across the world because it targeted children and teenagers, who make up the bulk of Grande's fan base. He criticised media for publishing such material. Trump also said that there is "no relationship we cherish more than the special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom ". Read More »

Trump calls on NATO members to tackle terror, immigration

It is thought that the comments from President Trump were leaked by participants seated within a talk among European Union leaders in Brussels on Thursday. Trump, on his first overseas trip as USA president, on Thursday met with Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, both of whom have been critical of Trump's remarks in the past. Read More »

Became known, the wife trump spoke with the Pope


Both the Vatican and the Trump delegation were asked to limit the number of personnel attending the half-hour meeting in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace. " "More determined than ever to pursue PEACE." ". Dan Scavino , his social media guru, State Department aide Brian Hook , security head Keith Schiller , Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, national security adviser H.R. Read More »

Reports swirling about Kushner and back channel with Russian Federation

The Washington Post is reporting that the FBI is investigating meetings that Trump's son-in-law, Kushner, had in December 2016, with Russian officials. The Senate committee's request was first reported by The Washington Post . CBS News reported earlier this week that Mr. Trump asked top intelligence officials to defend him against claims that his campaign collaborated with the Russian government. Read More »

British Airways cancels London Heathrow, Gatwick flights


It didn't say what was causing the problem but said there was no evidence of a cyberattack. Passengers at Heathrow Airport are reporting long lines at check-in and flight delays. "Stuck at Heathrow Terminal 5". Bill Curtis, senior vice president and chief scientist at CAST, said: "Airline computers juggle multiple systems that must interact to control gate, reservations, ticketing and frequent fliers". Read More »

The deal Trump is cooking


President Donald Trump received warm receptions from Arab, Israeli, and Palestinian leaders this week during his first foreign trip, but those hoping to see him revive the Israeli-Palestinian peace process were disappointed. "He came to calm traditional Israeli fears.It strengthens their sense of security and that is why they welcomed him so nicely in Saudi Arabia ", he added. Read More »

Adviser: Trump Views On Paris Accord 'Evolving'

The rift is one of several emerging disagreements between Trump and other world leaders, who are gathering at a cliffside resort here for the first summit of the new US President's tenure. But in Europe, Trump has faced a far cooler reception and has been eager to go on the offensive. Cohn stressed Friday that Trump was simply being critical of a USA trade deal with Germany. Read More »

Canada: 5-year-old becomes PM for a day!

The file "was linked to Saskatchewan", at which point an ongoing investigation began. Freeland says one thing the leaders can agree on is that they must work together to counter the threat of violent extremism, which is expected to play a bigger role in the talks in the wake of Monday's deadly terrorist attack on a concert arena in Manchester, England that killed 22 people . Read More »

Pres. Trump omits defense pact in NATO speech


During his presidential campaign, Trump cast doubt on NATO , calling it " obsolete " and calling out 23 out of 28 NATO members who are not meeting their pledge to pay 2% of their GDP to fund NATO . "And we must be vigilant", Mr Trump told the summit. Regarding climate change, Mr. Macron said he respected the fact that Mr. Trump had reviewed the Paris agreement, adding , "No hasty decision should be taken on this subject by the United States". Read More »