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The President Donald Trump administration is reportedly planning on diverting $20 million in foreign assistance funds to support Mexico deport up to 17,000 undocumented immigrants from the country. We can recall when Trump’s insistence that Mexico would pay for his border wall, it seems it is the other way round. He is alleged to be willing to shell out millions to Mexico in exchange for helping Trump in his crusade against immigration The Trump administration recently sent a notice to Congress saying it plans to divert $20 million allocated for foreign assistance to help Mexico deport up to 17,000 undocumented…

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President Donald Trump has been showing  a bright disposition towards the prospect of his increasingly likely impeachment, apparently trying to spin it as a positive that he could use to energize his re-election campaign, according to Axios. “He has repeated to folks that, if the Democrats impeach him, it would be a victory, politically, because it would be a complete overreach and he could exploit it and run against it in 2020” remarks Axios, which was quick to make clear that “this president is not interested in being an impeached president. His ego would not tolerate such a thing.” Considering…

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J.P. Morgan Chase Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon says he could defeat Trump in a head-to-head election. “I think I could beat Trump,” Dimon said Wednesday during an event held at his bank’s Park Avenue headquarters in New York. “Because I’m as tough as he is, I’m smarter than he is. I would be fine. He could punch me all he wants, it wouldn’t work with me. I’d fight right back.” Shortly after, Dimon addressed the uproar caused by his comments: “I should not have said it. I’m not running for president,” the CEO said about an hour after the…

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcKlPhFIE7w 17 years ago, President Donald Trump had an interview on September 11, 2001 , where he boasted about the fact that his building had just become the tallest in Lower Manhattan after the collapse of the Twin Towers during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Trump phoned into New Jersey’s WWOR-TV/UPN 9 News on 9/11 to discuss the horrific attacks that had taken place just hours earlier. During the conversation, Trump can be heard commenting that his building at 40 Wall Street “actually was the second-tallest building in downtown Manhattan, and it was actually — before the World Trade Center —…

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President Donald Trump‘s former lawyer, John Dowd, has made it known to Trump that he couldn’t testify in the Russia investigation because he’s “disabled” and “can’t tell the truth,” Bob Woodward said during an interview on The Late Show Monday night. The detail stems from a scene in the last page in Woodward’s book, Fear: Trump in the White House, out Tuesday, which describes Dowd and Trump rehearsing a potential meeting with special counsel Robert Mueller. “Right at the end, after they practiced a session…Trump goes ballistic, makes things up, starts screaming,” Woodward told host Stephen Colbert. “Dowd thought, had…

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President Donald Trump’s approval ratings has hit its lowest point in six months in eight major polls,. Trump’s declining popularity with voters outside of the Republican Party may put Republicans’ hopes of holding the House in jeopardy. Eight polling entities — ABC News/Washington Post, CNN, Gallup, IBD/TIPP, the Kaiser Family Foundation, Quinnipiac University, Selzer & Co. and Suffolk University — give the president an average approval rating of 38 percent, a drop of 3 points from Trump’s previous approval polling average, 41 percent. Only Rasmussen gives the president a total approval rating above 45 percent. Unlike other polling services, Rasmussen…

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There was a tweet that was never posted by President Donald Trump. Trump left it on draft― it had the potential to lead to war with North Korea, Bob Woodward said. “He drafts a tweet saying ‘We are going to pull out dependents from South Korea … Family members of the 28,000 people there,’” Woodward said on CBS “Sunday Morning” as he promoted his upcoming book, Fear: Trump in the White House. But a backchannel message from North Korea said bringing family members home would be considered a sign of an impending U.S. attack. “At that moment there was a…

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Barack Obama, 57, shared a funny story about his past with the nearby Disneyland  during his campaign in Anaheim, California, for seven Democratic congressional candidates. The then future commander in chief was kicked out of Disneyland for smoking on a ride in college. “I went to Disneyland twice when I was younger. The first time was when I was 11 years old. Now there is no better time to go to Disneyland than when you’re 11 years old. I lived in Hawaii, so this was my first big trip to the mainland,” Obama said. Noting that he traveled with his…

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Michael Moore is promoting his new documentary “Fahrenheit: 11/9”, which looks at President Donald Trump’s road to the White House and the ensuing controversial presidency. Debuting the film at the Toronto Film Festival, Moore discussed with ET Canada’s Roz Weston, who asked him about a particular section of the film that explores the disturbing sexual comments that Trump has continually made about daughter Ivanka. “Do you know more than we know,” asked Weston, “or are you just seeing what we see?” “I’m seeing what you see,” explained Moore, “although I’m not making a joke out of it. I don’t think…

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