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The idea was floated Tuesday during his visit to the Miramar military base in San Diego. We have the Air Force. In no time, social media was mocking the president's comment and, of course, began spewing out memes. "We have the Army, the Navy". Trump said he recently came up with the idea jokingly but then fell in love with it. He failed to mention the Coast Guard or the Marines.
  • Stormy Daniels offers to return Trump affair hush money

    Stormy Daniels offers to return Trump affair hush money

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    President Donald Trump and his lawyer, Michael Cohen, on Tuesday missed a deadline that could have nullified a hush agreement on adult film star Stephanie Clifford, who goes by the stage name Stormy Daniels . She taped an interview with CBS News' 60 Minutes programme last week that has yet to be aired. Avenatti set a deadline of noon Tuesday for a response - but heard only crickets as the deadline passed.
  • President Buhari Hosts US Secretary Of State, Tillerson

    President Buhari Hosts US Secretary Of State, Tillerson

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    It is better to get our daughters back alive", Buhari said in a statement. While the group terrifies nearly anyone in their path, members of Boko Haram have taken particular aim at schools due to their belief that western civilization and education should be forbidden.
  • Trudeau Floats Tariffs to Prevent Flood of Steel Through Canada

    Trudeau Floats Tariffs to Prevent Flood of Steel Through Canada

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    Mexico is also a member nation of the trade deal. Trump recently exempted Canada and Mexico from tariffs on steel and aluminum, although the US government has been dropping hints that the exception is only temporary. NAFTA talks might now enter an intense phase: "President Trump emphasized the importance of quickly concluding the ongoing NAFTA negotiations", said a readout from the White House on Monday's call with Trudeau.
  • Compromise in works for Netanyahu coalition

    Compromise in works for Netanyahu coalition

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    Yisrael Beiteinu said it will vote against the proposed solution, but Netanyahu would still have the required 61 votes to pass the bill. Earlier this year, the President waived sanctions to give our lawmakers and our allies time to act. Even if Netanyahu is forced to step down, a new Likud leader would be able to take over and keep a new government coalition, whatever its configuration, in place.
  • Iraq lifts ban on worldwide flights to Kurdish airports

    Iraq lifts ban on worldwide flights to Kurdish airports

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    Al-Abadi described the move as "a gift to the people of Kurdistan", during a meeting aired on Iraqi state television and added that the central government would also release salaries for government employees in the Kurdish region ahead of the celebration of the Kurdish new year later this month.
  • University strikers reject pension deal

    University strikers reject pension deal

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    Strikers have reacted angrily to the deal that has been tabled, however, with protesters gathering outside the UCU headquarters on Tuesday where senior members are discussing the arrangement. President of the Oxford UCU branch, Garrick Taylor, told Cherwell: "The overwhelming feedback from members (over 250 emails) was that we should reject the deal".
  • Children's shoes at Capitol represent those killed in last 5 years

    Children's shoes at Capitol represent those killed in last 5 years

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    Congress. A sea of empty shoes also filled the grounds outside the Department of Health in 2016 to represent the millions of uninsured people who die each year from treatable conditions. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Culture is changing in America right now". Shortly after the Parkland shooting , the group set up a trio of billboards, near Marco Rubio's Florida headquarters.
  • Weekend rain turns to sunshine; snow possible midweek

    Weekend rain turns to sunshine; snow possible midweek

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    Mostly cloudy, with a low around 39. Warmer weather is ahead this week in Oklahoma, but there is no rain in the forecast, the National Weather Service reports. There may still be rain sporadically through the week, but with highs in the 50s through Wednesday , little is likely to stick until possibly Wednesday night .
  • Third nor'easter in 2 weeks is pummeling New England

    Third nor'easter in 2 weeks is pummeling New England

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    The National Weather Service confirmed as much with Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories in effect from late Monday through early Wednesday for the east coast. Snowfall rates could reach 2 inches an hour as wind gusts approach 50 mph. Unlike the previous couple of storms, this Nor'easter poses a bigger threat for heavy snow and high winds closer to southeast New England coastal areas.
  • Depression may intensify along coast

    Depression may intensify along coast

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    The ruling LDF government, criticised for its alleged late response to the cyclone, has already taken emergency measures, sending SOS messages to the coast to prevent fishermen from going out to sea. State chief secretary has alerted all the departments including fisheries, police, coast guard and district collectors based on the IMD and KSDMA forecast.
  • Bidhya Devi Bhandari contests for second term

    Bidhya Devi Bhandari contests for second term

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    Her competitor, Laxmi Rai of the opposition Nepali Congress party secured 11,730 votes. President Bidya Devi Bhandari is set to win a second term in office as Nepal's lawmakers vote in the presidential elections on Tuesday. With this President Bhandari is the first President of federal Nepal. In today's voting, a total of 330 lawmakers from the Federal Parliament and 550 lawmakers from the Provincial Council are eligible to vote.
  • Percoco found guilty on some counts

    Percoco found guilty on some counts

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    Speaking outside the courthouse following the verdict, Percoco's lawyer, Barry Bohrer, said there was "inconsistency in the verdict" and said he would explore appeal options. "The jury has reached a verdict and I respect that decision", Cuomo said. "Albany stays on trial", said Blair Horner, executive director of the New York Public Interest Research Group.
  • 'Roommate from hell' gets special probation, may avoid criminal charges

    'Roommate from hell' gets special probation, may avoid criminal charges

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    If Brochu completes these hours and doesn't commit anymore crimes, the charges of breach of peace and criminal mischief will be removed from her criminal record. One Instagram post clearly outlines Brochu's vile antics, revealing how she "Finally did it yo girl got rid of her roommate!" He said Brochu wanted to apologize sooner, but he advised her not to because of a potential civil lawsuit.
  • PM Modi Condoles Victims Of Tamil Nadu Fire, Nepal Plane Crash

    PM Modi Condoles Victims Of Tamil Nadu Fire, Nepal Plane Crash

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    The IAF mounted a search and rescue operation on Sunday. A total of 29 people were rescued, but at least nine among them suffered serious burn injuries and the death toll could rise, Baldev added. Baskaran, a senior police official said. "One of the few who were reachable by phone gave us accurate information on the location of the group", the organisation said.
  • Flake calls for Trump to face 2020 primary challenge

    Flake calls for Trump to face 2020 primary challenge

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    Earlier this month, he said, "I do think the president will have a challenge from the Republican Party, I think there should be". "If I came like a stiff, you guys wouldn't be here tonight", he said, launching into an impression of himself as a boring president who does boring things, like expressing respect for the military or saying "God bless you".
  • ICE spokesman quit over descriptions of 800 people evading arrest

    ICE spokesman quit over descriptions of 800 people evading arrest

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    The next day, President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out "subversion" at VA MORE said that "close to 1,000" people were expected to be arrested before the mayor issued her warning.
  • Russian exile found dead in London

    Russian exile found dead in London

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    They added there is no evidence to suggest the death is linked to the incident in Salisbury, where a former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with nerve agent which the United Kingdom government believes came from Russia.