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Meghan McCain, the senator's daughter, said that Sadler called her to say she was sorry and promised to apologize publicly as well, but never did. Controversial White House aide Kelly Salder is no longer working at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, but the details over her job separation remain murky.
  • Trump blasts Mueller's spending on Russian Federation probe

    Trump blasts Mueller's spending on Russian Federation probe

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    Giuliani has told the Associated Press that the president's legal team believes the special counsel does not have the authority to do so. Topics of Mr Mueller's obstruction investigation include the firings of both former FBI director James Comey and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, as well Mr Trump's reaction to Attorney-General Jeff Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation investigation.
  • Auto drives onto ME field during baseball game, 1 man killed

    Auto drives onto ME field during baseball game, 1 man killed

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    On its own Facebook, page, the Sanford Maine Little League organization expressed sorrow at the incident. Sanford Maine Little League in a Facebook post said the " baseball community was stuck by tragedy" and expressed its "heartfelt gratitude that physically all of the players from Babe Ruth and Little League are safe" as well as its "deep sorrow to the family of the fearless man that gave his life tonight protecting others".
  • Rudy Giuliani: Trump ‘probably’ has the power to pardon himself

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    Speaking on American ABC's This Week program, Mr Giuliani added: " It would be an open question ". The existence of the letter was first reported by the New York Times . The president expressed dismay that, when still a candidate, he wasn't told that authorities were probing Paul Manafort, who was hired as Trump's campaign chairman.
  • Palestinian 'Medical Volunteer' Killed by Israeli Fire in Gaza

    Palestinian 'Medical Volunteer' Killed by Israeli Fire in Gaza

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    It said that "an IDF (Israel Defence Forces) vehicle was sacked upon and a suspect was identified crossing the security fence in the northern Gaza Strip and planting a grenade which exploded as he returned to the Strip". The draft resolution, submitted by Kuwait on May 18, condemned Israeli violence and called for the "protection of the Palestinian people" in Gaza and the West Bank.
  • Pedro Sanchez sworn in as Spain's new prime minister

    Pedro Sanchez sworn in as Spain's new prime minister

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    Rajoy, 63, must offer King Felipe VI his resignation, according to media reports, before his successor can take office. In order to cobble together the support to cast out Rajoy, Sanchez promised to open talks with Torra in order to get the votes he needed from the Catalan pro-secession lawmakers in the national parliament.
  • Trump flouts federal rule with tweet touting job numbers

    Trump flouts federal rule with tweet touting job numbers

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    One hour and nine minutes later, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that 223,000 jobs were created in May, beating expectations, and the unemployment rate fell to 3.8 percent. Kudlow defended the president's tweet across a series of subsequent media appearances Friday morning, arguing Trump didn't give anything away and that his remarks were open to interpretation.
  • Halsey Lays Into Ivanka Trump for New Photo With Her Son

    Halsey Lays Into Ivanka Trump for New Photo With Her Son

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    So these parents, who are following the law and trying to do everything right, are nevertheless torn apart from their children, potentially for months on end. Clinton said that more than 700 kids have been separated from their parents between October 2017 and April 2018. Thousands of people have rallied in cities across the United States, calling on President Donald Trump to reverse a policy of separating undocumented parents from their children.
  • Search suspended for 2 missing after deadly plane crash off Amagansett

    Search suspended for 2 missing after deadly plane crash off Amagansett

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    Krupinski, a East Hampton native, was a well-known businessman who built luxury homes for Martha Stewart and for Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley, among others, according to his website. The plane apparently lost contact with the East Hampton Airport about a mile south of the airport before it crashed, the East Hampton Star reported.
  • China warns U.S. that tariffs will kill any chance of trade benefits

    China warns U.S. that tariffs will kill any chance of trade benefits

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    Mr Ross said at the start of the event they had discussed specific American exports China might purchase, but the talks ended with no joint statement and neither side released details. "Our meetings so far have been friendly and frank , and covered some useful topics about specific export items", Mr Ross said at the opening of Sunday's meeting.
  • Trade fears brew ahead of Canadian gathering in Alabama

    Trade fears brew ahead of Canadian gathering in Alabama

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    In the interview published this Sunday, Trudeau confirmed his nation will establish reciprocal direct tariffs in retaliation. U.S. President Donald Trump says he'd prefer to see separate bilateral trade deals with Canada and Mexico instead of the current North American Free Trade Agreement.
  • Trump Takes To Twitter To Slam Canada's Softwood Lumber Sector

    Trump Takes To Twitter To Slam Canada's Softwood Lumber Sector

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    The Trump administration's latest move to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from the U.S.'s biggest strategic and trade partners has touched off a barrage of criticism and retaliation. "Consumers are not in a bargaining position in the retail market", he said. Worries about the deepening trade tensions, however, were offset by a bullish report on the U.S.
  • Puerto Rico Deaths From Hurricane Maria In The Thousands

    Puerto Rico Deaths From Hurricane Maria In The Thousands

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    Places like Puerto Rico need the proper funding and federal attention in order to survive, and can't simply rely on fundraising by celebrities every time the government is unwilling to help. In November, they concluded that Puerto Rico had experienced an excess of roughly 1,100 deaths in the wake of Hurricane Maria . At the time, the number of fatalities in Puerto Rico stood at 16.
  • Socialist leader Sanchez wins vote to oust Spanish PM Rajoy

    Socialist leader Sanchez wins vote to oust Spanish PM Rajoy

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    An editorial in the influential El Pais newspaper said: "The no-confidence vote will remove Mariano Rajoy as Prime Minister but won't produce greater political stability". Sanchez dialed that back in his speech to parliament on Thursday, saying there was an opportunity for a new understanding on Catalonia although he wanted the region to stay part of Spain.
  • Trump reportedly wants to ban German cars from America

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    The president asked Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to consider whether the imports of automobiles, including trucks and automotive parts, threaten US national security . The Mercedes-Benz factory in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, builds a similar number of vehicles, and just previous year parent company Daimler invested $1.3 billion expanding the facility.
  • Meeting with Kim to Take Place as Planned

    Meeting with Kim to Take Place as Planned

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    Invoking the possibility of a secure and prosperous future, Mr. Pompeo made clear that the United States is looking for the "complete, verifiable, and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", a formulation to which North Korea has yet to agree.
  • Assad says US must leave Syria, vows to recover SDF areas

    Assad says US must leave Syria, vows to recover SDF areas

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    The SDF, which Assad dubbed the "only problem left in Syria", would be confronted with force if negotiations fail, the president said. "This is the first option". (Reportedly, a deal is in place to keep them there until 2092 .) The Iranians just seem to enjoy causing any trouble they can stir up for the United States and Israel.
  • Saving Jeff Sessions: Inside the GOP effort to protect the AG

    Saving Jeff Sessions: Inside the GOP effort to protect the AG

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    An FBI informant, Stefan Halper, an American professor at Britain's University of Cambridge, shared information with the FBI about conversations he had with three Trump associates during the campaign as the criminal investigative agency looked into Russian intrusion in the USA presidential race, but there is no indication that he was placed inside the campaign .
  • China vows to retaliate after U.S. imposes fresh tariffs

    China vows to retaliate after U.S. imposes fresh tariffs

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    The White House said Tuesday that it would provide details of the Chinese products affected by the new tariffs on June 15 and that they will take effect "shortly thereafter". Economists say the changes also can help generate jobs in China by allowing consumers to buy higher-quality goods locally instead of when they travel overseas.
  • North Koreans to deliver letter to Trump

    North Koreans to deliver letter to Trump

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    Trump warmly greeted Kim Yong Chol , the vice chairman of the North Korean ruling party's central committee, in the Oval Office, where a brief encounter meant for the hand delivery of a personal letter from Kim Jong Un became a longer discussion of areas of disagreement between the two countries.