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Trump Tweeted About Hillary Clinton & She Threw Back Some Covfefe

There's just one catch: She says her decisions weren't the reason that she lost to Donald Trump . But overwhelmingly, Clinton is focused on Russian interference in the election along with Comey's public statements about the investigation into her private email server as chief reasons for her defeat.



MetLife praises passing of Financial Choice Act in House

Legislation he voted in favor of on Thursday that will reverse numerous regulations involved in the controversial Dodd-Frank Financial reform act. According to Knight and other Republicans in favor of the new bill, Dodd-Frank, one of President Barack Obama's famed reforms, was harmful to economic growth and job creation.



May seen fighting for survival after election failure

A party wins the seat only if it gets the most votes in that constituency. Supporters see him as a refreshingly authentic alternative to the pro-business, budget-cutting Conservatives . After a night of high drama across the country, May insisted her party was still in pole position to lead, despite falling short by eight seats and having to turn to Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party for backing.


Uber reportedly fires 20 employees as part of sexual harassment probe

Uber reportedly fires 20 employees as part of sexual harassment probe

First reported in Bloomberg and confirmed with Uber, about 100 employees have so far been dismissed from those claims but another 57 employees are still under investigating, 31 are in some type of counseling or training for their actions and seven have received a written warning.



Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after UK vote

The Czech prime minister said Friday that Britain should not be granted any extension on the two-year deadline for the Brexit talks. We want to do it quickly, respecting the calendar, ' she said in comments reported by Sky News. With talks due to start in Brussels in ten days time, Mr Tusk said it was their "urgent task" to get on with the negotiations in "the best possible spirit".



The Aussie dollar is soaring against the British pound

With the majority of seats counted in the snap vote, British Prime Minister Theresa May had no way to win an outright majority in parliament. Bets that another drop in sterling would flatter worldwide firms' profits pushed London's FTSE up around 0.6 percent, while the Frankfurt, Paris and Milan bourses made nearly as much.