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    D.C. and Maryland sue Donald Trump

    The attorneys general for the District of Columbia and the state of Maryland have banded together to move forward with an effort to sue U.S. President Donald Trump, claiming that he has violated anti-corruption clauses in the Consititution by accepting millions of dollars from foreign governments during his presidential term thus far. Specifically, there is […]

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    Kirsten Gillibrand uses f-word twice at public event

    In a rare case of vulgarity in U.S. Congress, Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand from New York said in a speech to activists, “If we are not helping people, we should go the f**k home.” She immediately apologized, but justified her usage of the language by saying that they were a younger audience. Later in the […]

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    James Comey accuses Trump of lying in highly anticipated hearing

    James Comey, former director of the FBI, appeared before the U.S. Senate in a Thursday hearing that captivated an above-average number of Americans who would normally never tune into such committee gatherings. In the hearing, Comey expressed his belief that U.S. President Donald Trump tried to push Comey off of an investigation into former national […]

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    Eric Trump Foundation accused of helping finance Donald Trump

    According to a report by Forbes magazine, Eric Trump’s Foundation, which is advertised as a charity for child cancer research, funneled $100,000 worth of donations from the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which has been linked with unscrupulous spending in the past, to the Trump family coffers. Eric Trump said that the money was mostly given […]

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    Rex Tillerson ordered by Trump to fix relationship with Russia

    In the wake of an identity being revealed in the investigation into leaks from the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says that he has received a mandate from the Chief Executive to improve ties with Russia. According to Tillerson, “The President has been clear to me: Do not let […]

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    Qatar cut off by four powerful Middle East nations

    Four of the most powerful nations in the Middle East cut off diplomatic relationships with Qatar on Monday, a strong move being made after accusations of Qatari rulership supporting terrorist groups and actively inflaming regional conflicts. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain all released separate, but seemingly synchronized, statements informing that they […]

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    Nigel Farage potential “person of interest” in Russia-Trump investigation

    Nigel Farage, former leader of the right-wing United Kingdom Independence Party, is now being called a “person of interest” in the United States’ investigation into contact between aides in the presidential campaign of Donald Trump and officials in the Russian government. Farage called the reports of his potential involvement in the FBI investigation “extremely doubtful” […]

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    Trump backs off on promise to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem

    U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an order delaying a move of the American Embassy in Israel from the secular center of Tel Aviv to the capital of Jerusalem, marking a departure from one of his campign positions. Trump had not mentioned that decision in last week’s official visit to Israel. This move by Trump […]

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    Mike Dubke, Trump communications director, resigns

    Mike Dubke, the communications director hired by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump, has resigned from his post. This news comes as rumors have continued growing around a potential shakedown of Trump’s staff after leaks and scandals have not ceased in their frequency. According to reports, Dubke announced his resignation in a private meeting […]