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Melania Trump appears to swat the president's hand away

Melania Trump appears to swat the president's hand away

Check out the footage of the cool move below. The White House has not responded to CNN's request for comment and context on the moment, but the video clip is already going viral. Oftentimes, one awkward moment is extrapolated to mean so much more, when in truth it was just an awkward moment. On Monday, welcoming the Trumps at the airport, and again at the residence, she used a supply tucked inconspicuously at her side.


'Never mentioned' Israel in meeting with Russians

'Never mentioned' Israel in meeting with Russians

A screen on the official White House website previewing upcoming statements by Trump and Netanyahu noted the location as " Jerusalem , Israel". Trump, wearing a yarmulke, placed his right hand on the wall and swayed slightly back and forth with his eyes closed for almost a minute.



Iran's Rouhani says missile tests will continue 'if necessary'

This has now become a well-known pattern among the Iranian population since the presidential election of 2009 and the tragic events that followed it. Both of them have worked with Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's religiously appointed Supreme Leader, and both have worked years in Iran's political bureaucracy.


Monica Lewinsky Wrote a Scathing Goodbye to Roger Ailes

Monica Lewinsky Wrote a Scathing Goodbye to Roger Ailes

Ailes steered the channel to the top of the cable news ratings heap, becoming, as The Washington Post reported , "a primary architect of the modern-day Republican Party and conservative movement". She explained how she became obsessed with the coverage of her life, and said she 'watched the news around the clock'. "News doesn't have to be boring, insisted Ailes" "Orchestra Pit Theory".



UN Security Council condemns N.Korea's latest missile launch

North Korea said Monday it is ready to start mass-producing a new medium-range missile after a weekend test-launch confirmed its combat readiness. South Korea's military officials have earlier said the Pukguksong-2, which is a land-based version of Pyongyang's submarine-launched weapon, uses solid fuel.


Senate confirms Iowa Governor Branstad as ambassador to China

Senate confirms Iowa Governor Branstad as ambassador to China

They say the voter ID law will maintain election integrity, though there's little evidence of fraudulent voting. He served from 1983 to 1999 before entering the private sector. Mr Branstad will be thrust into the heart of one of the most important and sensitive relationships in global diplomacy, one that faces rising tensions in the South China Sea.