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Trump calls Manchester Arena attack perpetrators 'evil losers'

Trump initially sparked deep concern among Palestinians when he backed away from the long USA commitment to a two-state solution to the conflict. "I know you've heard it before - I am telling you, that's what I do", Trump said during remarks at the Israel Museum.


Motorist who mowed down Times Square pedestrians to face murder charges

Motorist who mowed down Times Square pedestrians to face murder charges

Alyssa Elsman, of Portage, Michigan, was killed in the crash. NYPD sources say the Bronx native told officials he experienced hallucinations, and later "alluded to suicide by cop" and "the end of days". Numerous people have offered condolences to Elsman's family, including a bystander who was at the scene Thursday and aided in detaining the teen's accused killer, and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio .



Trump calls Manchester attack perpetrators 'evil losers'

Relying on one of his preferred insults, Trump said he would call the perpetrators "losers, because that's what they are". You could tell by the tone of the President that he meant business when he thinks they're a lot more than "losers".



19 dead in Manchester Arena terrorist attack

Rasmussen, the USA official, says this remain a big worry, though the thinking is evolving. Abedi, also known as Salman Ramadan Abedi, is believed to have travelled to Manchester from London by train before the attack, Reuters reported.


No sign of the ultimate deal as Donald Trump leaves Israel

No sign of the ultimate deal as Donald Trump leaves Israel

In a joint appearance with Trump in Bethlehem, Abbas said the Palestinians wanted a peace agreement based on the two-state solution: a Palestinian state in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem alongside Israel . Trump". " President Trump , working with you, I believe we can advance a global peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors as well as the Palestinians", Netanyahu said.


Iran funds terrorists: Trump calls for its global isolation in Saudi speech

Iran funds terrorists: Trump calls for its global isolation in Saudi speech

President, we look forward to your visit". Trump was not only the first U.S. President to fly directly from Saudi Arabia to Israel, Trump was also the first U.S. "I don't think it was a softer speech, I think it was tough", the White House official told reporters on background, having earlier stated that the president's rhetoric "toughens" in this speech.