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Ivana Trump Says Donald's Not Racist, Just Confused

Ivana Trump Says Donald's Not Racist, Just Confused

Trump was meeting with lawmakers about a potential deal on immigration last week when he questioned why the USA should admit more people from Africa and Haiti . Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. President Donald Trump is not a racist, Rep. Mark Meadows says. "I know what was said and I know what I said", Graham told The Post and Courier .


House Intelligence Committee Republican calls for release of FISA abuse memo

House Intelligence Committee Republican calls for release of FISA abuse memo

The four-page memo was made available to members of Congress this week, following a party-line committee vote . The Intelligence memo allegedly provides proof of the Obama administration's surveillance over the 2016 Trump campaign. Matt Gaetz , R-Fl., said. "Once the public sees it, we can hold the people involved accountable in a number of ways". Trump adviser Carter Page and campaign chair Paul Manafort were also both reportedly subject to surveillance warrants under FISA.


Egypt, Ethiopia Leaders Say Nile Dam Must Not Ruin Relations

Egypt, Ethiopia Leaders Say Nile Dam Must Not Ruin Relations

Gebeyehu made the remarks during his discussion with his Egyptian counterpart Sameh Shoukry on the sidelines of the 6th Ethiopia-Egypt Joint Ministerial Commission meeting on Wednesday, the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.


Trump's Physical Exam Inadvertently Sparks #Girther Movement

Trump's Physical Exam Inadvertently Sparks #Girther Movement

Fresh off a White House doctor declaring his health excellent, President Donald Trump swiped at his predecessors on North Korea, while saying he "scored the highest on tests". In making the case to CNN's Dana Bash that Trump isn't well served by his own administration, Graham is apparently trying to circumvent the White House to appeal to the President himself as Congress nears a shutdown due, in part, to disagreements about immigration.


Armenia PM to participate in World Economic Forum in Davos

Armenia PM to participate in World Economic Forum in Davos

Stating that India's economy is growing rapidly and it has been recognised by the world, including all rating agencies, Modi said Davos is a "good opportunity" for the country as it is a big market with the strength of demographic dividend.