Trump Downplays North Korea’s Threat to Cancel Planned Summit
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Trump Downplays North Korea’s Threat to Cancel Planned Summit

Trump Welcomes Home Three American Prisoners from North Korea
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Trump Welcomes Home Three American Prisoners from North Korea

President Donald Trump welcomed home three American prisoners who were held captive in North Korea. The ex-prisoners waved and smiled as they were greeted by the President upon their arrival at a US military base in Washington.

Trump Plans to Withdraw from Iran Nuclear Deal According to US Allies
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Trump Plans to Withdraw from Iran Nuclear Deal According to US Allies

President Trump will announce on Tuesday the US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal. This is according to European diplomats who claim that after meeting the US president they were unable to convince him to not do this.

Giuliani Says Trump Reimbursed His Lawyer for Stormy Daniels Hush Payment
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Giuliani Says Trump Reimbursed His Lawyer for Stormy Daniels Hush Payment

According to Rudolph Giuliani, one of Trump’s current attorneys, the president reimbursed the hush money paid to Stormy Daniels by his longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen.

U.S. is Risking a Trade Fight with the European Union
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U.S. is Risking a Trade Fight with the European Union

President Donald Trump could plunge the U.S. into a trade fight with Europe. The president is racing against a self-imposed deadline to decide whether to permanently exempt the European Union and other six US allies from the tariffs or not.

Ronny Jackson Withdraws His VA Secretary Nomination
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Ronny Jackson Withdraws His VA Secretary Nomination

Dr. Ronny Jackson, Trump’s pick to head the troubled Department of Veteran Affairs, has withdrawn his nomination in a move was announced on Thursday. The physician has been accused of being drunk on the job and incorrectly doling out prescription drugs.

President Trump’s Travel Ban Returns to U.S. Supreme Court
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President Trump’s Travel Ban Returns to U.S. Supreme Court

Trump’s executive order banning travel to the United States from a number of Muslim countries is in front of the Supreme Court. This time, the ban faces better prospects after it was rejected the first time by most federal courts around the country.

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