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Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames lira crash on Donald Trump ‘plot’

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan blames lira crash on Donald Trump 'plot'

Turkey’s president has blamed the crash of the lira on the United States, claiming a “political, underhand plot” had sent the value of his country’s currency tumbling to record lows. ...

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FBI fires Peter Strzok after discovery of anti-Trump texts

FBI, Peter Strzok, anti-Trump texts, anti-Trump

The FBI has fired agent Peter Strzok, who helped lead the agency’s investigation into Russian election meddling before he was discovered sending anti-Donald Trump text messages, his lawyer has said. ...

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Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti: ‘I should be taken seriously’ as possible presidential hopeful

Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, 'I should be taken seriously', presidential hopeful, Stormy Daniel

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti is flirting with the possibility of a presidential run and says there are “a number of reasons” he should be taken seriously as a potential ...

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Why Omarosa’s secret recording is an alarm bell

Omarosa's secret recording, alarm bell, Omarosa, secret recording

Omarosa had outdone herself, and that’s hard to do when you are, well, Omarosa. But what she says she did is no laughing matter. On Sunday morning, Omarosa Manigault Newman ...

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Ten people injured in Manchester shooting

Ten people, injured, Manchester, shooting, Manchester shooting

Ten people are in hospital with minor to major injuries after shots were fired in Manchester, England, in the early hours of Sunday morning. Greater Manchester Police received a report ...

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Florida candidate’s diploma photo doesn’t appear to be accurate, university says

Florida candidate's diploma photo doesn't appear to be accurate, university says

A Florida state house candidate’s college degree has been called into question — by the very university that she claimed to have graduated from. Melissa Howard, a Republican who is ...

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Former Trump aide Omarosa raises security concerns with release of secret Situation Room recording

Former Trump aide Omarosa raises security concerns with release of secret Situation Room recording

Former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman has raised West Wing security concerns after claiming she was able to secretly record her Situation Room firing with chief of staff John Kelly. The recording – which ...

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Judge in the Manafort trial is creating some big problems

Judge in the Manafort trial is creating some big problems

What is a yute?” That famous question from the classic movie “My Cousin Vinny” captured the open animosity between Judge Chamberlain Haller, played by actor Fred Gwynne, and Vinny Gambini, ...

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Holocaust-denying GOP nominee confronts write-in opponent, challenges him to debate

Holocaust-denying GOP nominee confronts write-in opponent, challenges him to debate

A Republican congressional candidate and Holocaust denier confronted his write-in opponent, challenging him to a debate on the man’s front lawn in Illinois. Arthur Jones, who was the only Republican candidate ...

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White nationalists leave rally in few numbers under police escort

White nationalists leave rally in few numbers under police escort

White nationalists attending the “Unite the Right 2” rally reportedly left in few numbers on Sunday in Washington, D.C. According to a local CBS affiliate, the roughly two dozen demonstrators ...

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