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China, asked about U.S. election interference, says does not interfere in other countries' affairs

19.09.2018 3:49

China' foreign ministry said on Wednesday China does not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, when asked about U.S. President Donald Trump's tweet accusing China of trying to sway the U.S. election.

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Naked truth about Trump, by Stormy

19.09.2018 3:10

THE porn star who claims to have had an affair with Donald Trump has revealed details of their time together including alleging that he did not want to be president and offered to let her cheat on his reality show – as well as an excruciating description of his private parts.

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[Ticker] Poland seeks 'Fort Trump' US military base

19.09.2018 2:59

Polish president Andrzej Duda has asked US president Donald Trump to create an American military base in Poland called "Fort Trump". Trump told him in Washington Tuesday "we're looking at it very seriously" and said Russia had "acted aggressively" in the region. Trump also said he would help Poland stop a Russian gas pipeline to Germany, Nord Stream 2, and consider a visa waiver for Polish visitors to the US.

From: euobserver.com

Hillary Clinton in blistering new attack on Trump: 'Our democracy is in crisis'

19.09.2018 2:12

‘Trump and his cronies do so many despicable things that it can be hard to keep track,’ Clinton writes in the afterword to What Happened. Hillary Clinton has unleashed a blazing attack on Donald Trump, accusing the man who beat her in 2016 in the race for the White House of cruelty, negligence, corruption, dishonesty, racism and malevolence that have combined to put democracy in America into crisis. In an afterword to the new paperback edition of her book on her 2016 presidential election defeat, What Happened, Clinton makes her most excoriating takedown yet of Trump’s character and actions since he took office.

South Korean president jets to Pyongyang for 'heart-to-heart' nuclear talks with Kim Jong-un

19.09.2018 2:12

Moon Jae-in, South Korea’s president, will seek to revive stalled talks on nuclear disarmament between the US and North Korea when he jets into Pyongyang on Tuesday morning for a three-day summit with Kim Jong-un. Mr Moon will be the first South Korean leader to visit North Korea’s capital in 11 years and he will be accompanied by an entourage of  senior business executives and K-pop stars as he attempts to bolster economic, cultural and security ties.  He is expected to land at 10am (2am BST), and may be greeted personally by Kim at the airport before proceeding to the negotiating table and a banquet in the evening.  On the eve of his departure for his third direct meeting with Kim this year, Mr Moon pledged to hold “heart-to-heart talks” to push for better ties between Pyongyang and Washington.  “What I want to achieve is peace. I mean irreversible, permanent peace that is not shaken by international politics,” Mr Moon said during a meeting with top advisers, according to his office.  But Im Jong-seok, his chief-of-staff, played down expectations that the summit will produce a major breakthrough on the process of denuclearisation, which has plunged into a deadlock since the historic meeting between Kim and Donald Trump, the US president, in Singapore in June.  Mr Moon will push for a second summit between Kim and Mr Trump, where he believes progress can be made on disarmament. His aides revealed that he wants to find “a middle ground” between the US position on denuclearisation and the North’s request for assurances over security and ending hostilities.  In a press briefing, Mr Im predicted that the summit would take “meaningful” steps to “fundamentally remove the danger of armed clashes and ease fears of war” between the two Koreas, moving them closer to formally ending the 1950-53 Korean War with a peace treaty. Proposals could include the disarmament of sections of the jointly controlled border area or the removal of front-line guard posts.  Trump-Kim summit in pictures: Best photos from Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un's meeting in Singapore While the moves would be significantly more modest than Kim giving up his nukes, analysts say they are key to building an atmosphere of trust that will avoid future military escalations on the Korean Peninsula.  “Most of the crises around North Korea have been started by some kind of small-scale military exchange on the border that has threatened a larger war,” said Joe Cirincione, president of the Ploughshares Fund, a global security foundation.  “Anything you can do to decrease that possibility – moving artillery pieces and physical forces back - would be good for decreasing tensions,” he told The Telegraph.  “Are we getting closer to our goal of denuclearising the Korean Peninsula? No. But we have a dramatically reduced risk of war on the Korean Peninsula compared to this time last year.”    

Brett Kavanaugh: Republican senators demand delay in vote on Trump Supreme Court pick after sexual assault claims

19.09.2018 2:12

Republican heavyweights have joined Democrats in demanding a delay to Donald Trump’s controversial US Supreme Court nomination, Brett Kavanaugh, after a woman who has accused the judge of sexual assault went public. Senators Jeff Flake and Bob Corker both said a vote should wait until senators had heard from Christine Blasey Ford – who claims Mr Kavanaugh attacked her when they were both teenagers.

China to penalize $60 billion of U.S. imports in tit-for-tat move

19.09.2018 1:13

China and the United States plunged deeper into a trade war on Tuesday after Beijing added $60 billion of U.S. products to its import tariff list in retaliation for President Donald Trump's planned levies on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.

From: feeds.reuters.com

Trump hails 'exciting' agreements by North Korea's Kim

19.09.2018 1:09

U.S. President Donald Trump welcomed developments on Wednesday at an inter-Korean summit in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang as "very exciting".

From: feeds.reuters.com

Hillary Clinton: Trump 'left unchecked' in midterms could do lasting damage

19.09.2018 0:45

Washington (CNN)Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that if there isn't a "very big rejection" of President Donald Trump's "authoritarian tendencies" in the midterm elections, she's worried about what an unchecked Trump could do to the government. Clinton told Rachel Maddow on MSNBC's...

US to slash refugee admissions to historic low of 30,000, Pompeo confirms

19.09.2018 0:11

The US will allow no more than 30,000 refugees into the country in the coming year, down by a third from last year’s cap, the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has announced. The latest cut reflects a victory by White House hardliners on immigration over both the state department and the Pentagon. When Donald Trump took office the ceiling on refugees the US was prepared to welcome each year was 110,000.

From: www.yahoo.com

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