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On Sunday's CNN's "State of the Union" , Kudlow called Trudeau's criticism of us tariffs "non-factual", adding that Canada had "enormous tariffs" on USA imports. Mr Kudlow said: "He held a press conference and he said the U.S.is insulting ". Canada's Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland responded by saying the US was the one insulting its ally.
  • Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore for Trump-Kim summit

    Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore for Trump-Kim summit

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    That is not something that other countries would have - I would say - initial domain over a discussion with us. Citizens in the North Korean capital watched the coverage on a big screen TV and read it on the front page of newspapers. Trump needs to walk away from the meeting "with some sort of document", says Joel Wit , a former State Department official who's negotiated with Kim's representatives - and it must include the word "denuclearization".
  • North Korea delegation enjoys fruits of Singapore's capitalism

    North Korea delegation enjoys fruits of Singapore's capitalism

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    He added: "If diplomacy does not move in the right direction, those measures will increase". The North Korean leader's vehicle was surrounded by running body guards while at a summit with American President Donald Trump in Singapore . If there is "tangible progress" on denuclearization, Seoul-based analysts said Washington should compensate Pyongyang for taking steps for abandoning nuclear arsenal by providing security guarantees for the Kim Jong-un regime.
  • Californians to vote in November on breaking into 3 separate states

    Californians to vote in November on breaking into 3 separate states

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    Northern California would include cities between the Bay Area and the OR border. Southern California would include 12 counties, including areas as north as Madera and Fresno counties, Bakersfield, Riverside and San Diego. The measure, like every other initiative eligible for the ballot, comes with a short summary of its estimated fiscal impact. President Donald Trump would then be required to sign that legislation.
  • President Trump And Chairman Kim Jong Un Before Bilateral Meeting - Transcript

    President Trump And Chairman Kim Jong Un Before Bilateral Meeting - Transcript

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    Trump also said he would "absolutely" invite Kim to the White House. "We'll see how far we get, but I'm very optimistic that we'll have a successful outcome from (Tuesday's) meeting between these two leaders", he added. Trump said that he and the North Korea leader he once denounced as "Little Rocket Man" had "developed a very special bond". "Getting a good picture everyone, so we all look nice and handsome and thin.perfect".
  • Business as usual in North Korea as public unaware of summit

    Business as usual in North Korea as public unaware of summit

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    Great to be in Singapore , excitement in the air! The format for the historic talks , at a luxury island hotel, was still far from clear. The session will be expanded to a bilateral meeting and will include advisors. If it follows the usual routine, state media will probably wait until the event is over before it puts out its first reports. As Kim's black Mercedes arrived at the St Regis hotel in downtown Singapore , it was flanked by bodyguards in identical black suits jogging ...
  • Another ZTE twist: White House tries to stop Senate repealing Trump’s deal

    Another ZTE twist: White House tries to stop Senate repealing Trump’s deal

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    However, the corporation would have to pay $1 billion in penalties, adding another $400 million in escrow in order to cover possible future fines . However, this year the Commerce Department reimposed the sanctions when it emerged that the telecoms company - China's second-largest - had not, in fact, disciplined the management.
  • White House trade adviser apologizes for inappropriate comments on Canadian PM

    White House trade adviser apologizes for inappropriate comments on Canadian PM

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    Earlier on Tuesday at the Washington conference , White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett said the US and Canada need to "take a deep breath". Chris Coons, a Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations, told MSNBC Trump had welcomed authoritarian leaders in other countries even as he "picks fights as he just did at the G7 with our longest, oldest closest allies: democracies, developed Western countries like Canada".
  • Top North Korean official meets Trump at White House

    Top North Korean official meets Trump at White House

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    The president , however, did not want to raise expectations. "Hopefully we will have a meeting on the (June) 12th", Trump said, adding there may be multiple meetings but "maybe we'll have none". Pompeo spoke to reporters in NY after meeting Thursday with Kim Yong Chol , the former military intelligence chief. The president teased reporters about the contents of the letter, saying, "That letter was a very nice letter".
  • U.K. Minister Phillip Lee Resigns Ahead of Brexit Bill Showdown

    U.K. Minister Phillip Lee Resigns Ahead of Brexit Bill Showdown

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    The battle now moves to the House of Lords, where the government will formally reveal how much it has conceded in the wording of a new amendment expected on Monday or Tuesday. But if the amendments being debated in Parliament this week force a change to the government's negotiating strategy, the wound could yet reopen. "Thirdly, we must under all circumstances respect the result of the referendum".
  • Pope accepts resignations from bishops in sex abuse scandal

    Pope accepts resignations from bishops in sex abuse scandal

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    Barros submitted his resignation to Pope Francis alongside every other active bishop in Chile at the close of a May 15-17 meeting between the pope and Chilean prelates, during which Francis chastised the bishops for systematic cover-up of abuse throughout the country.
  • U.S. fighter jet crashes into sea off Japan

    U.S. fighter jet crashes into sea off Japan

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    Both pilots on board were able to safely eject and treated for minor injuries. Military news website Stripes.com , however, reported that the pilot was in "serious condition". A United States military fighter jet has crashed into the sea off Japan's southern prefecture of Okinawa. The U.S. military has launched an investigation into the crash.
  • Trump says everyone was actually very friendly in G7 viral photo

    Trump says everyone was actually very friendly in G7 viral photo

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    The President of the United States, Donald Trump , has threatened to impose a tax on imported vehicles. MacLauchlan also took the opportunity to affirm his support for the supply management system in Canada's dairy industry, which has been heavily attacked by members of the Trump administration.
  • Some Americans say friendly ties with Canada will persist despite Trump tirades

    Some Americans say friendly ties with Canada will persist despite Trump tirades

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    After leaving the summit early, Trump tweeted he was pulling USA support from a joint statement and he accused Trudeau, the summit's host, of being weak and dishonest during a news conference. Trump's statements could be merely "chest thumping", he said, but after moving to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum on the basis of national security, the threat of new taxes must be taken seriously.
  • Goodbye FYR, hello North! Macedonia and Greece resolve name dispute

    Goodbye FYR, hello North! Macedonia and Greece resolve name dispute

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    Greece argued that by calling itself Republic of Macedonia the neighboring country was stating a territorial claim of the Greek northern province, also called Macedonia . "The European Union perspective of the Western Balkans ... remains the most powerful stabilising force for the region", they added. The name deal must still be ratified by the Macedonian and Greek parliaments and by a Macedonian referendum, expected in September.
  • Putin dismisses G7 criticism as 'babbling', calls for cooperation

    Putin dismisses G7 criticism as 'babbling', calls for cooperation

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    Putin said: 'The US president has repeatedly said that it's reasonable to hold such a meeting. President Donald Trump's top economic adviser says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "really kind of stabbed us in the back" when Trudeau said at the end of the Group of Seven summit that Canada wouldn't be pushed around by the USA and its trade tariffs.