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Trump says US-China trade deal could include Huawei

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Trump says US-China trade deal could include Huawei President Donald Trump on Thursday for the first time linked a dispute over telecom giant Huawei, which he views as a threat to American security, with a deal to resolve the US-China trade war. "Huawei is something that is very dangerous," Trump told reporters at the White House. The two sides have hardened their stands over Huawei, with the US blacklisting the smartphone and telecommunications company over worries that China uses it as a tool for espionage, while Beijing has accused Washington of "bullying" the firm. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump calls 'treason' on Comey, McCabe and 'a number of people'

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Trump calls 'treason' on Comey, McCabe and 'a number of people' President Trump on Thursday escalated his attacks on those involved in launching the federal investigation into his campaign’s contacts with Russia, saying “a number of people” are guilty of treason. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

The Latest: Trump says Lindh will be watched closely

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The Latest: Trump says Lindh will be watched closely TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — The Latest on John Walker Lindh's release from prison (all times local): Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Devotes Press Conference to Instructing Aides to Explain That He’s Definitely Not Mad

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Trump Devotes Press Conference to Instructing Aides to Explain That He’s Definitely Not Mad Carlos Barria/ReutersAccused of having a temper tantrum at the White House the day before, President Donald Trump did what anyone trying to prove their serenity would do: He put together a press conference during which he asked five aides to attest to his calmness. On Thursday afternoon, Trump hosted a group of American farmers at the White House to tout his administration’s $16 billion aid plan for farmers afflicted by his ongoing trade war. But after singing their praises and promising relief to come, he quickly turned to the matter most clearly on his mind—reports that he’d lost his cool at a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi the day before.“Because I know they will always say that [I was angry]... I was so calm... I walked into the Cabinet Room, you had the group, Cryin' Chuck, Crazy Nancy... She’s lost it,” the president insisted on Thursday. For good measure, he later reiterated that he was an “extremely stable genius.”Over the course of several minutes, the president asked White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, top economic adviser Larry Kudlow, and two top communications hands—Mercedes Schlapp and Hogan Gidley—to relay to the gathered press that he was the picture of tranquility when he met Democratic congressional leaders day before. “Very calm—I’ve seen both and this was definitely not angry or ranting [during Wednesday’s meeting],” Sanders said, right after Trump summoned her before the cameras. “Very calm, and straightforward, and clear that we have to actually get to work and do good things for the American people.”Trump’s ‘Cover-Up’ Tantrum Means Democrats Can Go in for the KillThe showcase was vintage Trump: the policy push of the day overwhelmed by internal insecurities and grievances with press coverage bursting into public view. And it underscored the degree to which his warfare with Nancy Pelosi has gone from political to psychological.One day earlier, the speaker had accused the president of engaging in a “cover up” for refusing to comply with any congressional subpoenas and for instructing his top aides to not testify before relevant committees. When she and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) went to the White House later in the morning to discuss infrastructure reform, Trump admonished her and explained that he would not work with Democratic lawmakers on legislation until they dropped their investigations into Trump and his inner circle.Trump left after roughly three minutes and without waiting for anyone else to speak, decamping to the Rose Garden to give a press conference where he admonished Pelosi some more. Democratic leadership couldn’t have been more pleased with the events. One top House aide told The Daily Beast that Trump had handed the Speaker a gift. At a time when she is facing pressure within her base to pursue oversight of the administration more aggressively—including by giving impeachment a more honest consideration—Trump’s reaction could be held up as proof that her more meticulous approach was working. “There are a lot more Democrats than is being written about in the press that are ready to go on impeachment,” said the aide. “And there are a lot of people who don’t want to get in front of Nancy. Trump has only helped her here.” Trump to Congress: Stop Probing Me or I’m Done Talking With DemocratsOn Thursday morning, Pelosi convened a meeting of top House lawmakers to go over legislative priorities, during which she addressed the president’s response to her the day before. “They have a bag of tricks. First was, bang on the table and walk out the door.  The second was, call in the press and insult in the front of the press. And that didn’t work, neither of them worked for him,” she said, according to notes taken by an aide. “The third one was yesterday, and he’s blaming me for saying because I said cover-up – I’ve been saying cover-up for a long time…. What is driving him crazy is that I went out there and said – and they saw the tenor of this Caucus was not rapidly for impeachment.  He wants to see impeach so he can be exonerated by the Senate so he doesn’t have to go to court later.”An aide said that she did not see Trump’s Thursday press conference.Few recurring characterizations bother President Trump more than the (largely accurate) narrative that he has a hair-trigger temper behind the scenes, and that he can easily and frequently be sent into vulgar, sometimes volcanic hi Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump fires back at Pelosi: 'She's a mess'

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Trump fires back at Pelosi: 'She's a mess' The president offered a different account of his infrastructure meeting with the House speaker and the Senate minority leader. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Utah climber dies after climbing up Everest in 7 summit bid

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Utah climber dies after climbing up Everest in 7 summit bid SANDY, Utah (AP) — A Utah climber with a long-held dream to climb the highest mountains on the planet's seven continents died on top of Mount Everest after reaching his final summit, one of his daughters said. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

House Speaker Pelosi urges Trump family 'intervention' with U.S. president

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House Speaker Pelosi urges Trump family 'intervention' with U.S. president Trump fired back, questioning Pelosi's mental state by saying she has "lost it" while calling himself an "extremely stable genius." As the acrid fight intensified between the Republican president and the Democrats who control the House amid talk of impeaching Trump, work on a two-year federal budget deal has ground to a near standstill as the task of basic governing in Washington has become increasingly complicated. Trump, who is seeking re-election in 2020, and Democratic leaders for a second straight day lobbed accusations and insults at each other after the collapse of an infrastructure deal that could have pumped $2 trillion into the U.S. economy, if lawmakers and the president had found a way to pay for it. Trump took aim at Pelosi. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump doubts U.S. needs to send more troops to Middle East

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Trump doubts U.S. needs to send more troops to Middle East "I would certainly send troops if we need them." If needed, "we'll be there in whatever number we need," he added. Trump, who has been focused on trying to reduce the number of U.S. troops deployed around the world, spoke shortly before he was to be briefed at the White House on a new deployment plan by acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan. Shanahan said the Pentagon was considering sending additional U.S. troops to the Middle East as one of the ways to bolster protection for American forces there amid tensions with Iran. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Pelosi: Trump is 'crying out' for impeachment but House Democrats are not on that path for now

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Pelosi: Trump is 'crying out' for impeachment but House Democrats are not on that path for now Nancy Pelosi said Trump's refusal to work with Democrats on shared priorities was rooted in frustration that they were "not on the path to impeachment." Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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