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Trump Says Trip Shows Him Israel, Palestine 'Ready for Peace'

Abbas said his recent visit to the White House , at which Trump likewise promised economic aid, gave "so much hope and optimism of the possibility to make true a dream, a long-awaited dream and ambition, and that is lasting and justice-based peace".



Mueller should expand scope of his investigation

President Trump is reportedly asked to pursue independent legal advice amid the allegation that he fired James Comey to take off the pressure from the Russian investigation. This would conflict with Donald Trump's presidency. The firing comes just days after Sally Yates, who was acting USA attorney general until she, too, was sacked by President Trump , told a congressional committee that she had clearly warned the White House that retired Gen.



Chaffetz announced he'll resign from his seat in Congress

Various rumors exist about the reason behind Mr. Chaffetz' decision to leave early, but many have theorized that the congressman is taking the advice of Navy Admiral McCraven's newest book, "Make Your Bed". Chaffetz said then that the GOP's since-failed Obamacare replacement would force low-income Americans to choose between investing in health care or buying "that new iPhone that they just love".



Palestinian factions call for 'Day of Rage' during Trump visit

President coming to Israel during his first few months in office and going to the Kotel, which no President has ever done in office". He arrives in Israel on Monday after stopping first in Riyadh, while his Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt landed in Israel on Thursday to prepare for the president's visit.


Iran's foreign minister scorns Donald Trump after Saudi speech, arms deal

Iran's foreign minister scorns Donald Trump after Saudi speech, arms deal

Stamina and exhaustion were key talking points for Trump during the campaign trail, where he repeatedly said that his opponent Hillary Clinton did not have the "physical stamina" to be president. Qassemi said Washington was "reinvigorating terrorists in the region by its hostile policies" and "should stop selling arms to unsafe terrorists". "From Lebanon to Iraq to Yemen, Iran funds, arms and trains terrorists, militias and other extremist groups that spread destruction and chaos across ...



Unidentified object flies over North Korean border

Pyongyang's often-stated goal is to ideal a nuclear warhead that it can put on a missile capable of hitting Washington or other USA cities. "At the same time, we hope all parties can maintain restraint, not be influenced by every single incident, ...persist in carrying out Security Council resolutions on North Korea and persevere with the resolution of the issue through peaceful means, dialogue and consultation".