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    “Serious levers of influence”: how the work of Shanghai on the post of interim head of the Pentagon may affect the procurement of F-35

    Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was suspected of lobbying the interests of the Boeing corporation, in which he had worked for more than 30 years. This is reported by the American media. In particular, according to sources, and. about. Pentagon chiefs systematically and severely criticize the implementation of the fifth generation F-35 fighter development […] More

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    Shutdown: “We have to build the wall,” Trump insists

    Washington | US President Donald Trump hammered Sunday his will to build the wall on the border with Mexico, while the “shutdown”, partial paralysis of the federal government, has entered its third week. Insisting that he had “tremendous support” in the Republican party, Trump hinted that he would not give in on this point in […] More

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    Trump says he received a “wonderful” letter

    WASHINGTON | US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that he had received a”wonderful” letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, which he would “probably” meet again. “I just got a great letter from Kim Jong Un. We really did a very good relationship. We will probably have another meeting, “said Trump, adding that […] More

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    Man Arrested For Allegedly Drawing Swastikas On Trump’s Star

    A man was arrested for drawing a swastika on Donald Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame, the famous sidewalk that pays homage to celebrities in Hollywood. José Ortega, 29, was arrested on 23 December after being caught by a passerby drawing a swastika on the businessman’s star on the “Walk of Fame”, a tiled […] More

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    Trump defends Syria pullout during surprise visit to Iraq

    US President Donald Trump makes an unannounced Christmas visit to US troops in Iraq, his first trip to a conflict zone nearly two years into his presidency and days after announcing a pullout of troops from neighbouring Syria “The United States can not continue to be the policeman of the world. It’s unfair when the […] More

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    Erdogan invites Trump to Turkey

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has invited his US counterpart Donald Trump to visit Turkey, while Ankara and Washington are tightening their relations to coordinate the expected withdrawal of US troops in Syria. The White House announced Monday evening that Mr. Erdogan had invited Mr. Trump to visit in 2019 in Turkey. “Although nothing definitive […] More

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    Donald Trump, now alone on stage

    Washington | At the dawn of his third year at the head of the world’s leading power, Donald Trump has (almost) emptied around him. One by one, in silence or with a crash, the heavyweights, the strong personalities, the ministers or advisers who tempered – a little – the impetuous American president were thanked or […] More

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    Trumpy trump on the wall with Mexico, risk of “shutdown”

    US President Donald Trump on Thursday rejected a congressional budget compromise because it does not include funding for a border wall with Mexico, pushing federal administrations to the brink of shutdown. In the absence of agreement on government funding before midnight Friday, some administrations may have to close and put employees out of work. “The […] More

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    the Trump administration wants more weapons

    More armed personnel in the schools, more former soldiers and return to the old disciplinary procedures: a commission, set up by Donald Trump after the slaughter in a high school of Florida in February, made conclusions muscled Tuesday. The commission, chaired by Education Minister Betsy DeVos, makes a number of recommendations in her report to […] More

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