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US Court Keeps Trump's Travel Ban on Hold

US Court Keeps Trump's Travel Ban on Hold

Since that time, the Trump administration narrowed the scope of the order in response to an earlier appeals court decision that halted the ban. "These statements ", he wrote , "taken together, provide direct, specific evidence of what motivated both [executive orders]: President Trump's desire to exclude Muslims from the United States".


Did Pope Francis diss the President?

Did Pope Francis diss the President?

The thousands of pilgrims on hand forced Trump's motorcade to enter Vatican City from a side entrance rather than the grand entrance through St. Peter's Square. - President Trump has reportedly enlisted a private attorney to help him beat back the investigations into any potential collusion between his campaign and the Russian government.


US Senate confirms Indian-American Amul Thapar to key judicial post

US Senate confirms Indian-American Amul Thapar to key judicial post

The issue of concentrated money in our political system is one that doesn't split down party lines. Thapar is PresidentTrump's second judicial nominee to be confirmed. District Judge Amul Thapar of Kentucky has been confirmed for the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals by a 52-44 vote. Thapar was nominated by President George W.



Trump slams North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies on defense spending

The speech opened with a moment of silence for the Manchester attack and with an extended reflection on the danger posed by terrorists, who Trump called "losers", before pivoting to the question of defense funding. Asked about Trump not explicitly affirming United States support for Article 5, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said: "It goes without saying".



McConnell expects bipartisan support for bill reauthorizing FDA user fees

The Senate version says people must use the bathroom that matches their gender on their birth certificates. The CBO said federal deficits would fall by $119 billion between 2017 and 2026 under the Republican bill. Senate Republicans left their last lunch meeting before a weeklong recess optimistic that they can at least start working on their own version of a health care bill, with something on paper to discuss when they return in June.



Top senator calls for removal of Turkey's U.S. ambassador

At least nine people were injured, and several went to the hospital. On Tuesday, body guards working for Turkey's authoritarian president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan , clashed with Kurdish and Armenian protesters outside of the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington , D.C.