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Donald Trump resembled an “intoxicated traveler” on his first trip abroad, which saw clumsy handshakes with the French President, pushing the Prime Minister of Montenegro and bringing on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to proclaim the finish of the US cooperation with Europe. A US State Department official impacted the “arrogance” of the President as he flew from Saudi Arabia and Israel to Europe a week ago. See how Trump pushed NATO leaders so he’s in front of the camera “When it comes to diplomacy, President Trump is a drunk tourist,” the unnamed official told The Daily Beast. “Loud and tacky, shoving…

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There’s one thing clear about President Trump’s first trip abroad: He avoided the press as much as possible. “It is unheard of to go overseas for nine days with the President of the United States and have the press corps there … and not take formal questions,”” said April Ryan, a CNN political examiner and the White House reporter for American Urban Radio Networks, on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on Sunday. Columnists could hurl just five inquiries at the president in foyers or meeting rooms on the outing. Trump just reacted to two of those inquiries, as per notes taken by CNN…

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Donald Trump said North Korea has shown ‘great disrespect’ for China after its newest ballistic missile test. “North Korea has shown great disrespect for their neighbour, China, by shooting off yet another ballistic missile,” the President tweeted. He added: “But China is trying hard!” North Korea has shown great disrespect for their neighbor, China, by shooting off yet another ballistic missile…but China is trying hard!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 29, 2017 @realDonaldTrump Is this another one of those topics that you just found out was harder than expected??? … like healthcare, world peace, shaking hands … — Rob Szczerba (@RJSzczerba)…

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The video, posted Friday by Animation on Fox, depicts Trump making one last attempt to try to patch things up with fired FBI director James B. Comey.

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Real estate mogul Thomas Barrack, under investigation in Italy, played a critical role in Trump’s 2016 US presidential campaign A dear companion and real pledge drive for Donald Trump is under scrutiny in Italy for supposedly dodging €170m (£147m, $190m) in assessments after the sale of an extravagant resort on Sardinia’s Emerald Coast, the shoreline play area frequented by Gulf Arabs and Russian oligarchs. Thomas Barrack assumed a basic part in Trump’s 2016 decision crusade and initiation and has been portrayed as one of the president’s key counselors outside the West Wing. At the center of allegations against Barrack in Italy are cases…

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► France: New French President Emmanuel Macron said his now-well known white-knuckled handshake with Trump was a think endeavor to show that he wouldn’t be harassed by the American president. “One must demonstrate that you won’t make little concessions, even typical ones, but also not over-publicize things, it is possible that,” he told the French daily paper Journal du Dimanche. “My handshake with him — wasn’t innocent.” ► Germany: Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday at a Bavarian brew corridor that Europe can at no time in the future “completely depend” on its partners abroad. On climate issues, she stated, the Group of…

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TONIGHT – @jessebwatters has an exclusive interview with @EricTrump. Tune in to @WattersWorld at 8p ET on Fox News Channel! pic.twitter.com/NFivenEysU — Fox News (@FoxNews) May 27, 2017

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Full clip: Trump wanders off, ignores BiBi and staff have to bring him back, looking still lost. @AdamParkhomenko pic.twitter.com/0vlyTf3z5w — Pesach ‘Pace’ Lattin (@pacelattin) May 26, 2017

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#VIDEO What do you think the flashing lights are in the @WhiteHouse right now? They seem to be inside the 2nd floor residence. #FOX35 pic.twitter.com/37Iga3XQOL — Tom Johnson (@FOX35Tom) May 29, 2017

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