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  • Expert Reveals, “If there was any question that Trump is a Putin puppet, there is no more”, After Trump Attacks NATO

    Popular vote loser Donald Trump just went to the G7 summit and made a complete fool of himself. Of course, he was already a complete fool, so it was actually quite an accomplishment. Not only did he insult and offend numerous close American allies, he pretty much proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is nothing but a puppet for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Biran Krassenstein points out: “The President of the United States just tweeted out an attack on NATO. The one Organization that...

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  • Reporter asks Trump loaded question at G-7 Summit. Then Trump learns which outlet he works for.

    During a press conference on Saturday, a mainstream media reporter asked President Donald Trump about apparent tensions between him and other world leaders during the…

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  • A Russian athlete's outreach to Ivanka Trump during the campaign raises a slew of new questions about Trump-Russia ties

    Kevin Dietsch - Pool/Getty Images BuzzFeed News reported this week that Ivanka Trump connected Michael Cohen with Russian athlete Dmitry Klokov, who offered to introduce Donald Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin during the 2016 election. The meeting was meant to help clear the way for a Trump Tower Moscow deal. A spokesperson for Ivanka's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, said in a statement to Business Insider that the first daughter "did not know and never spoke to" Klokov directly. Klokov's...

    Business Insider
  • The question lingers: What does Putin have on Trump?

    The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty, The Atlantic Council's Fred Kempe and Sam Stein join Morning Joe to discuss Donald Trump, Russia, North Korea and Trump's rhetoric and how it matches the policies of the administration.

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  • Americans like Trump on the economy. They dislike Trump for being Trump.

    A Fox poll shows that a fifth of Americans dislike Trump for personal reasons, while a 10th like his handling of the economy.

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  • NFL players to Trump: Pardons aren't enough

    Earlier this month, President Donald Trump said he wants professional athletes who kneel during the national anthem to protest racial injustice to tell him who they think the president should pardon next. On Thursday, a group of NFL players responded to the president in a New York Times op-ed piece. But the athletes aren't giving Trump a list of names. Instead, they call for broader changes to the criminal justice system. "A handful of pardons will not address the sort of systemic injustice that...

    WPLG
  • NFL players recommend pardons to Trump

    NFL players are calling on President Trump to issue a blanket pardon for nonviolent drug crimes in response to Trump's request for pardon recommendations from players protesting during the anthemFour NFL players -...

    TheHill
  • The question marks over Trump's trade policies

    America's new protectionist trade policies make good on President Donald Trump's campaign pledges but come at significant risks. What are the strengths and...

    Mail Online
  • Trump: NFL players don't have 'real issue'

    President Donald Trump told Fox News on Friday that protesting NFL players trying to raise awareness about racial injustice don't have a "real issue." "They're all saying, 'Oh, it has nothing to do with the flag, it's the way we've been treated,'" Trump said during the spontaneous interview on the White House lawn with "Fox & Friends" co-host Steve Doocy. "In the meantime, they're making $15 million a year. Look, I'm all for the athletes. I think it's great. I love athletics. I love sports....

    WPLG
  • This is how NFL players are responding to President Trump's rhetoric

    While President Trump continues to suggest NFL protests are for show, players are trying to address social fairness issues in a variety of ways.

    USA TODAY
  • Trump: NFL players aren't protesting a 'real issue'

    President Trump said Friday he doesn't think protesting NFL players are standing for any "real" causes because none have submitted names of prisoners to be considered for a presidential pardon or clemency.

    Washington Examiner
  • Trump Challenges NFL Players to Put Up or Shut Up

    President Donald Trump gave an interesting answer to a reporter about the National Football League’s national anthem problem. “I’m going to ask all of those... Read More The post Trump Challenges NFL Players to Put Up or Shut Up appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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  • Kim-Trump summit: Where does it leave the main players?

    Donald Trump's groundbreaking meeting with Kim Jong Un, the hereditary leader of a dynastic dictatorship, was heralded by the main players as a breakthrough...

    Mail Online
  • Summits fuel questions about Trump's embrace of autocrats

    Donald Trump’s warm embrace of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after a spectacular bust-up with G7 allies is the latest example of what critics say is a worrying penchant for autocrats. The backslapping, smiles and handshakes in Singapore on Tuesday stood in conspicuous contrast to the furrowed brows and piercing looks of a summit just days before in Canada. Whereas Trump looked tired and annoyed in Quebec, where he was surrounded by leaders of …

    Raw Story
  • Summits fuel questions about Trump's embrace of autocrats

    Donald Trump's warm embrace of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un after a spectacular bust-up with G7 allies is the latest example of what critics say is a...

    Mail Online
  • Trump to Kneeling NFL Players: Tell Me Who I Should Pardon

    President Donald Trump appears to have heard the applause he received for pardoning Alice Johnson, the 63-year-old who served more than two decades in prison for a nonviolent drug offense before Trump commuted her life sentence this week. Now Trump says he wants to issue more pardons—not just for politically aligned celebrities but for real people who have been unfairly imprisoned. And he says he wants input from players in the National Football League who have been protesting the national...

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  • Donald Trump to NFL Players, Tell Me Who I Should Pardon!

    Donald Trump is making an offer to NFL players -- telling them he wants their recommendations for people who deserve a presidential pardon ... and promises to take their requests seriously.  Trump was speaking with reporters in front of the…

    TMZ
  • Sanders dodges questions about Trump Tower statement

    Sanders was grilled repeatedly about her claim in August 2017 that Trump "certainly didn’t dictate" the statement.

    TheHill
  • 3 Looming Questions After Trump's Border Policy Change

    What happens to the more than 2,300 children already separated from their parents?

    Rolling Stone
  • Shaheen, Hassan question new Trump border policy

    CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire's Democratic Congressional delegation says President Donald Trump's executive order ending the policy of separating families fails to protect those children who were already taken from their parents at the border. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan say the order does not provide a solution ...

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  • Shaheen, Hassan question new Trump border policy

    New Hampshire's Democratic Congressional delegation says President Donald Trump's executive order ending the policy of separating families fails to protect those children who were already taken from their parents at … Click to Continue

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  • James Clapper questions Trump's knowledge of Russian meetings

    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper questioned Monday whether President Trump knew at the time that Russians were meeting with members of his 2016 election campaign. "With each subsequent revelation of yet another meeting between someone from the Trump camp and Russians, it gets harder and harder to believe ...

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  • The good question that Team Trump considers 'ridiculous' and 'ludicrous'

    I hate to break it to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, but there's nothing "ludicrous" about routine accountability.

    MSNBC
  • The 20 official World Cup player portraits we have some questions about

    736 players and 32 coaches (31, briefly, while Spain sorted out their superbly last-minute mess) will be carrying their nations' World Cup hopes and dreams around Russia for the next few weeks.

    The Telegraph