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Message from a veteran to President Trump: One Korean war was enough

Message from a veteran to President Trump: One Korean war was enough

As the brown bomber jacket-clad vice president was briefed near the military demarcation line, two North Korean soldiers watched from a short distance away, one taking multiple photographs of the American visitor. The vice president earlier visited a military installation near the DMZ, Camp Bonifas, for a briefing with military leaders at the joint U.S. While the North did not conduct a nuclear test, the specter of a potential test and an escalated US response has trailed Pence as he ...


Trump aides differ over Assad's future

Trump aides differ over Assad's future

When asked by Tapper whether Trump was considering "tougher sanctions on Russian Federation and Iran", Haley said that the issue of new sanctions was already being discussed. "Or do they want it to be a relationship in which we can find areas of cooperation that are in our mutual interest?" He said he would call on Russian Federation "to fulfill the obligation it made to the worldwide community when it agreed to be the guarantor of the elimination of the chemical weapons".



Real Brexit talks will only start after June vote: EU Commission

Mrs May shocked the country by announcing on Tuesday her intention to hold a snap election on June 8, declaring it the ideal way to strengthen her position with her European counterparts. She said the early ballot would strengthen Britain's negotiating hand with the 27-member EU. By contrast Labour is wracked by divisions, over Brexit and Corbyn's left-wing leadership, which is opposed by many of his more centrist MPs.



After GOP Forces Runoff for Georgia House Seat, Trump Says Dems 'Failing'

He'll face veteran GOP candidate and former Georgia secretary of state Karen Handel in a June 20 runoff. If the president's party loses an election, the logic goes, it's seen as a bellwether of dissatisfied voters to come. The fact he was even competitive is mind-blowing to Washington Democrats. Republicans now hold a 238-193 advantage in the chamber. That's a little oversimplified, and doesn't always play out to form-as the 2016 presidential results prove-but it's undeniable that low ...