O'Rourke Unveils LGBT Plan
On Wednesday, Beto O’Rourke unveiled a plan to protect LGBT rights. O'Rourke pledged to reverse President Donald Trump’s restrictions on transgender people serving in the military. He would also..
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Trump to Kim Jong Un: Won't let the CIA spy on North Korea
President Donald Trump has again sided with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying on Tuesday that he would not allow the CIA to spy on Pyongyang while he's in power. Asked about a report that Kim..
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Trump says he received 'beautiful' letter from NK's Kim
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he received a very warm letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday, calling the correspondence "beautiful." Rough Cut (no..
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A year since Singapore, has Trump made progress?
It's been one year since the Singapore summit, but Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un still can't seem to cross a certain threshold when it comes to North Korea's nuclear weapons. The two sides now appear as..
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Trump Says He Won’t Use Kim Jong Un’s Family For Spying President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he would not let his administration use Kim Jong Un’s family members to spy on the North Korean ruler. Speaking to... Daily Caller 5 days ago Also reported by • FOXNews.com • USATODAY.com • SBS • New Zealand Herald • WorldNews
Trump and Kim one year on: A "beautiful letter", stalled diplomacy By Josh Smith SEOUL (Reuters) - A year after President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un met for the first time, they appear committed to a personal... WorldNews 4 days ago Also reported by • Reuters
Matthews, Brennan Wonder If Trump Could Tell CIA to ‘Call Off’ Spying on Kim Jong-un Check out the link to the full post here from NewsBusters! On Tuesday’s Hardball, MSNBC host Chris Matthews and MSNBC contributor/Obama-era CIA Director John... CNSNews.com 3 days ago Also reported by • WorldNews Trump publicly opposes using CIA informants against North Korea's Kim U.S. President Donald Trump took a public stance against the use of CIA informants to spy on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday, saying it would not... Reuters 5 days ago