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WASHINGTON – In a stunning turn of events, President Donald Trump has invited Russia’s Vladimir Putin to the White House this fall. Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel weighed in on the invite, saying that she thinks […]
President Donald Trump knows all about accountability in the business world. A successful businessman, Trump has successfully built his businesses by holding people accountable. The president also promised during his campaign to “drain […]
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IDF chief Gadi Eisenkot landed in the United States for a work go to in the American capital on Thursday night time, the military stated. During his keep, Eisenkot will meet with US army and […]
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Washington, DC – the United States capital saw half a million protesters on Saturday following President Trump’s inauguration for the Women’s March on Washington. Locals and visitors alike saturated city streets chanting “Welcome to your first day – we will not go away” and other slogans in numbers that forced the route to change from its planned path. The march organisers had originally applied for a 200,000-people permit, but said nearly half a million attended the march.