• Trump as U.S. president: Twitterati want Michelle Obama to contest in 2020

    Trump as U.S. president: Twitterati want Michelle Obama to contest in 2020

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    Her speech-giving skills could prove useful should she take up the many wishes on Twitter for her to head back to the White House in 2020. She is an extremely popular in U.S. Electing Michelle Obama for president can't undo what's been done, but it can send a necessary message. Public Speaker: all of Obama's speeches that I have seen videos of, show a woman who is truly authentic and passionate about what she says.
  • Anti-Trump Protest In Portland, Ore., Turns Destructive, Declared A Riot

    Anti-Trump Protest In Portland, Ore., Turns Destructive, Declared A Riot

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    On the East Coast, protests took place in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and NY, while on the West Coast demonstrators rallied in Los Angeles , San Francisco, Oakland, California, and Portland, Oregon. It was the third-straight night of protests in Portland. From New England to heartland cities like Kansas City and along the West Coast, demonstrators bore flags and effigies of the president-elect, disrupting traffic and declaring that they refused to accept Trump's victory .
  • Children will need cuddles and understanding now

    Children will need cuddles and understanding now

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    The scene at Discoveries Educare this morning. Images showed the uprooted large tree lying across an outdoor play area, with media outlets reporting the centre's owner Ajit Singh saying the children had been struck by branches rather than the tree's trunk.
  • Led coalition strike kills 16 civilians near Raqa: monitor

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    The SDF has made some gains since the Raqqa offensive began Sunday, taking over almost a dozen villages. But he said Turkey was "taking measures" after its partners did not keep promises regarding the Syrian city of Manbij, from where Turkey has repeatedly said the YPG must withdraw.
  • Donald Trump Wins the Presidency, Hillary Won't Concede

    Donald Trump Wins the Presidency, Hillary Won't Concede

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    Both Clinton and President Obama stressed the importance of a seamless, peaceful, and cooperative transfer of power to President-elect Trump, but they also communicated a need to defend against Trump's more incendiary policies around religious bans and mass deportations.
  • Scottish leader slams Trump's 'abhorrent' views

    Scottish leader slams Trump's 'abhorrent' views

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    At the end of October, Theresa May promised Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon , the Welsh first minister, Carwyn Jones, and Northern Ireland's first minister, Arlene Foster, and her deputy, Martin McGuinness, a "direct line" to Davis, her Brexit secretary, and set up the regular forum, which is meant to allow the devolved administrations to help shape Britain's strategy as it leaves the European Union.
  • Trump's big wall more like a humble fence under GOP proposal

    Trump's big wall more like a humble fence under GOP proposal

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    Mexico will seek to establish with the new USA administration "a relationship of dialogue, respect and confidence, because the two countries are allies, partners and neighbors", he said. And if Trump follows through on his promise of increased deportations, "what are those people going to do?" The Senate is set to begin hearings this week on the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, which Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo said will bring benefits.
  • Canada''s Trudeau Signals Readiness to Talk Trade with Donald Trump

    Canada''s Trudeau Signals Readiness to Talk Trade with Donald Trump

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    He also backed off the promise, which Canada has long clung to, that the US would always come to the defence of its allies. Trudeau told students at an event in Ottawa that he sees a message in the election. Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose issued a statement congratulating Trump and asserting that the USA would "remain Canada's closest friend and ally".
  • House Republicans test Trump on his US-Mexico wall

    House Republicans test Trump on his US-Mexico wall

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    The president later conceded that the invitation had been too hasty but insisted he was right to open dialogue with a potential future U.S. president. "Cars made in Mexico are $3,000 cheaper than in the United States, I don't know if North Americans are prepared to pay $3,000 more for every vehicle they buy", Montoya said.