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By Michel Rose and Denis Pinchuk ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron on Friday found a common cause in their shared unease at U.S.
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Tribute to a decent man, an honest man of honour. Even though he backed the Iraq disaster, and is a Republican.
Many an old geezer like me reaches his last years wishing he had lived more in the moment, had savored his days as they happened. 10,523 more words
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In a move that shocked nobody, except perhaps Trump’s ludicrous ego, the White House today announced that they would be cancelling the highly-anticipated summit between North Korea and the U.S, previously scheduled for June 12, on the grounds of hostility (i.e. 584 more words
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Center for Security Policy, May 23, 2018: “Is What’s Happening in Europe Going to Happen to America, Too?” Editor-in-Chief of Breitbart London, Raheem Kassam, says we’re already on our way.
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Rancid rhetoric has resumed between the USA and North Korea. Statements between the two countries had put the planned summit between Donald Trump and Kim Yong Un on notice, and it didn’t take long for Trump warnings to escalate into him withdrawing from plans to have the meeting.
So, over the past couple of weeks I have heard repeated claims by members of the media elite about how they would love to be covering other important stories in the world, but Donald Trump is just too important not to be getting virtually 95% of all media’s attention. 763 more words