Thursday, July 27, 2017

7/26/2017 POTUS DONALD TRUMP NEWS REVIEW


NEWS  7/26/2017
(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump pressured Republicans Monday to approve the Senate's wheezing health care bill, saying a showdown ...
Barry Goldwater wasn't crazy. He was exceedingly conservative by the standards of his time—and that sometimes got him into trouble. In 1964, when ...
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) was accidentally recorded talking about President Donald Trump and the Texas Republican congressman Blake ...
Chrissy Teigen has officially joined a club full of opposition groups, journalists and Stephen King: those whom President Donald Trump has blocked ...
Donald Trump will reportedly make a stop on Long Island this week to talk about the MS-13 gang and other law-enforcement issues. “MS-13 is why ...
Donald Trump is no Maduro or Erdogan. Nor is he Duterte, though the man who vowed to “butcher” criminals has won his admiration. Yet, his ...
President Donald Trump has spoken with advisers about firing Jeff Sessions, as he continues to rage against his Attorney General's decision to recuse ...
President Donald Trump speaks during an event about healthcare in the Blue Room of the White House, Monday, July 24, 2017, in Washington.
Trump Bezos President Donald Trump and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos exchanged harsh words throughout Trump's presidential campaign, and the feud ...
A Kansas makeup artist says she won a national contest sponsored by Kat Von D Beauty but was later disqualified because of an Instagram post ...
Donald Trump appears to have inadvertently confirmed the existence of a covert CIA programme in a Twitter post. In a series of tweets, the US ...
Theresa May is facing a Cabinet split over the import of poultry treated with the chlorine wash process from the US, which is currently banned under ...
In many ways, the presidency of Donald Trump is not new. Shakespeare perfectly understood leaders such as Mr. Trump and described a man of such ...
“Just six months after his inauguration, Americans already are split down the middle, 42 percent-42 percent, over whether President Trump should be ...

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