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Donald Trump 'would STILL BEAT Hillary Clinton despite historically low approval ratings'

Donald Trump 'would STILL BEAT Hillary Clinton despite historically low approval ratings'

This is surely the "very positive info" Trump speaks of, but what Trump does not say is that at this same point in time, 77 percent saw President Obama as a strong leader. The margin of error is 3.5 percent. But during his campaign he referenced the point himself and promised to fight for a sweeping package of legislation as part of his 100-day plan in his " Contract with the American Voter ".


China is squeezing North Korea -- but not too hard

China is squeezing North Korea -- but not too hard

Meanwhile, Japanese Prime Minister Abe described his 30 minutes phone conversation with Trump as "intensive", public broadcaster NHK reported . North Korea has threatened to hold its latest atomic weapon demonstration at any time, a move that would escalate tensions in the region.



Macron, Le Pen through to French presidential run-off

Voters narrowed the presidential field from 11 to two. The Brexit vote by the British and Donald Trump's victory in the United States election created an atmosphere in which "everything is possible" and played in favor of the non-establishment candidates.



China calls for North Korea, US restraint

U.S. vice president Mike Pence said on Monday that the Vinson and its strike group would arrive in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) - which sits between the Korean peninsula and Japan - 'in a matter of days'. Although vague about what course of action Washington might pursue in Kim's case, Haley said it is looking to China to maintain pressure on North Korea.


Defense secretary: Syria keeps chemical weapons

Defense secretary: Syria keeps chemical weapons

Russian Federation has called for a thorough investigation of the chemical incident, which would include an on-site inspection in the rebel-held territory, before coming to any conclusions. "You don't fight fire with fire, that's what arsonists do", he said. It's the same now, ” Assad stated . Only Russia and Iran criticised what the Syrian government labelled "flagrant aggression".