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Bernie sanders :The first Republican tax scam was such a windfall for Trump

Bernie sanders :The first Republican tax scam was such a windfall for Trump

The first Republican tax scam was such a windfall for Trump, and their billionaire friends that they’ve decided to come back for a sequel. Here’s why that’s even more dangerous ...

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‘She has nothing’: Trump attacks second woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh

‘She has nothing’: Trump attacks second woman to accuse Brett Kavanaugh

Donald Trump has disparaged one of two women to accuse Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, saying she “has nothing” on his supreme court nominee and was “messed up” when the alleged ...

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Dem megadonor Steyer may shift funds to Senate races

Dem megadonor Steyer may shift funds to Senate races

Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer says he would consider shifting some of his focus toward Senate races in the November midterms is President Trump fires deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein and if the Senate confirms Supreme Court nominee ...

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Dem senator up by 4 in red-state race

Dem senator up by 4 in red-state race

Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) is leading his Republican opponent Matt Rosendale by 4 points in his Senate reelection bid in Montana, according to a poll released Tuesday. A new Gravis Marketing survey found Tester ...

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UN members laugh at Trump after most accomplishments claim

UN members laugh at Trump after most accomplishments claim

Members of the United Nations‘ General Assembly have laughed at Donald Trump after he told them his administration had “accomplished more than almost any … in the history of our country”. Mr Trump ...

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Macron rebukes Trump’s isolationist message

Macron rebukes Trump’s isolationist message

French President Emmanuel Macron delivered a fiery rebuke of US policies under President Donald Trump at the UN General Assembly Tuesday, signaling that he is ready to take up the ...

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US-China military relations sour after imposing sanction

US-China military relations sour after imposing sanction

The status of U.S. and Chinese military relations appears to be deteriorating less than one week after the Trump administration imposed sanctions on Beijing for its purchase of Russian weapons ...

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Republicans aren’t waiting for Brett Kavanaugh’s main accuser to have her say

Republicans aren’t waiting for Brett Kavanaugh’s main accuser to have her say

With a generational conservative goal of a Supreme Court majority in sight, Senate GOP leaders are sketching a voting timetable that could see him confirmed within days even as they ...

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Paraguay says no to Trump, in relocating its embassy

Paraguay says no to Trump, in relocating its embassy

In a statement on September 5th, the Paraguay’s Foreign Ministry announced that the Paraguayan government has decided to relocate its embassy to Tel Aviv. This decision by the has led ...

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Hurricane Florence damaged 11,000 more homes due to sea level rise

Hurricane Florence damaged 11,000 more homes due to sea level rise

Sea level rise caused Hurricane Florence’s storm surge to be much worse, new data analysis by non-profit First Street Foundation has found. And the economic impact is expected to be in the billions. More ...

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