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Trump rolls back parts of 'terrible' Obama Cuba policy

Trump rolls back parts of 'terrible' Obama Cuba policy

Cheered by Cuba hardliners in both parties, Trump's new policy is broadly opposed by US businesses eager to invest in Cuba . GAESA is the joint venture in between the several foreign firms, and it is the boon to the tourism, including the Marriott hotel chain.


Doctors Upgrade Rep. Scalise's Condition To 'Serious'

Doctors Upgrade Rep. Scalise's Condition To 'Serious'

Scalise is said to be somewhat responding to medical staff and family, according to the doctors. \The #democrats emerged victorious, 11-2, but handed the Congressional baseball trophy to the Republicans , for it to be displayed in Scalise's office until he recovers from bullet wounds he sustained one day before.



Schiff Says Congress Won't Allow President To Fire Mueller

In a panel discussion over the weekend on "Fox News Sunday", former House Speaker Newt Gingrich called Mueller's investigation "a witch hunt." At a hearing in Congress last week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein mentioned that Mueller could not be dismissed directly by President, but Trump could give Rosenstein a commission to dismiss the counsel.



Furious Trump blasts Comey sacking probe 'witch hunt'

The term "witch-hunt" is how Mr Trump characterises the probe into Russia's election interference and possible ties to his campaign associates. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, had written a memo castigating James Comey before Trump dismissed the Federal Bureau of Investigation director - a memo that the White House at first said was critical to the decision, before Trump suggested it was irrelevant because his mind was already made up.



Trump Administration Keeps DACA in Place But Ends DAPA

The DHS issued the guidance ahead of a court-ordered deadline in a lawsuit created to halt Obama's effort to expand the program to parents of Dreamers and people with green cards. The program, which was announced by President Barack Obama in 2014, never took effect because it was blocked in a federal court. But raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement ( ICE ) agents have caught up many people with minor legal violations and families that have lived in the country for decades.



Chris Ruddy: President Trump Is Considering Firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller

Ruddy re-argued that Mueller's special counsel status was "illegitimate" because Trump interviewed him for a government position shortly before Mueller was placed in his current role. "Never one to leave well enough alone, Mr. Trump accused Mr. Comey of lying and offered to give his own testimony", he said. "His exculpatory recollections under oath, whatever they are, will not be more credible than Mr.