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Rep. Andy Harris, Maryland Republican, blamed Democrats, saying they should have been willing to vote for a bill that will legalize more than 1 million illegal immigrants. President, these people support you". Trump has been interrupted several times by protesters who have been led out without incident. Trump also held a small roundtable with representatives from the mining industry and local leaders before the rally.
  • Russian Federation coach hopes for more celebrations after Egypt win

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    But the talismanic forward, who missed the Egyptians' 1-0 loss to Uruguay in their group-stage opener as he continued his recovery, couldn't force a different outcome in their second outing of the tournament on Tuesday evening. With Egypt's loss, Arab teams are left with zero points from five games. The defeat stunned Egypt, a soccer insane nation of some 100 million people whose hopes have been pinned on Salah delivering the desired result .
  • Senegal fans celebrate victory over Poland by cleaning the stadium

    Senegal fans celebrate victory over Poland by cleaning the stadium

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    Senegal became the first African team to win at this World Cup , with a Polish own goal and a controversial second goal following M'Baye Niang's return to the pitch after an injury. "An important aspect of Japanese society is making sure that everything is absolutely clean, and that's the case in all sporting events", sports reporter Scott McIntyre says.
  • Would you trade Jaylen Brown and Terry Rozier for Kawhi Leonard?

    Would you trade Jaylen Brown and Terry Rozier for Kawhi Leonard?

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    If the Spurs are to move forward with trading Leonard, the Lakers reportedly would face an uphill battle in prying him away. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich traveled to Southern California to meet with Kawhi Leonard on Tuesday ahead of the 2018 National Basketball Association draft Thursday, reports ESPN and Yahoo Sports.
  • Spain back on track after nervous win over Iran

    Spain back on track after nervous win over Iran

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    Subs used: Mohammadi (5), Jahanbakhsh (4), Ghoddos (n/a). Man of the match: Isco . Silva had the best chance of the opening period on the half-hour mark. The entire Iranian bench poured onto the pitch when Saeid Ezatolahi fired an equaliser for the Lions of Persia just before the hour. Made breaks in the second half to try and create chances.
  • Saudis put drubbing and plane scare behind them ahead of Uruguay game

    Saudis put drubbing and plane scare behind them ahead of Uruguay game

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    Egypt and Saudi Arabia have been eliminated. Russian Federation and Uruguay , though, can look forward to a likely second-round meeting against either Portugal or Spain, depending on the outcome of Group B's remaining contests. However, Uruguay began to gain control of the match after 65 minutes, keeping a good shape at the back and not giving Saudi Arabia space to maneuver.
  • NBA Draft: Could Luka Doncic Fall to Hawks at #3?

    NBA Draft: Could Luka Doncic Fall to Hawks at #3?

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    He also won the EuroLeague Rising Star and Liga ACB Best Young Player awards for the second straight season. The NBA Draft is less than 48 hours away, and more trade rumors involving the Dallas Mavericks continue to circulate. The draft will be later this week (Thursday, June 21st) and will most likely be more exciting than the entirety of the National Basketball Association regular season.
  • Hornets trading Howard to Nets for Mozgov

    Hornets trading Howard to Nets for Mozgov

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    Shortly after, Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania confirmed the deal and the pieces being flipped. According to former National Basketball Association player Brendan Haywood, members of the Hornets' locker room had grown "sick and tired" of the antics of the big man.
  • Japan & Senegal sweeping all before them

    Japan & Senegal sweeping all before them

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    Senegal took full advantage of their opponents' errors to beat Poland 2-1 in their opening Group H match at Spartak Stadium in Moscow. It's also noted Japan supporters carried out a similar job following their participation in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
  • Ronaldo goal earns Portugal 1-0 victory over Morocco

    Ronaldo goal earns Portugal 1-0 victory over Morocco

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    The Portugal forward celebrated his goal with a trademark run and soaring leap toward the corner flag at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow . Morocco lost their first game against Iran Friday after an own goal by Aziz Bouhaddouz in the extra time of the second half.
  • Phil Mickelson chases after, hits moving ball on green | US Open

    Phil Mickelson chases after, hits moving ball on green | US Open

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    At that time, I just didn't feel like going back and forth and hitting the same shot over. "That's where we clarified that 'Phil, you make a stroke at a moving ball, so we have to apply that rule'". That earned him a two-stroke penalty. He'll then grin, touch the brim of his cap and give a goofy thumbs up to the "I love you Phil" brigade and charm his admirers with his latest left-field theory.
  • Plane of Saudi Arabian football team catches fire

    Plane of Saudi Arabian football team catches fire

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    Airline Rossiya have leased the plane since April 2016. The plane of the Saudi Arabia World Cup team caught on fire as they traveled to their next match in Russian Federation. The team did not clarify at what point during the flight the fire broke out. Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Alsahlawi, foreground, jumps for the ball with Russia's Alexander Samedov during the teams' Group A match June 14.
  • Poland stunned by Senegal in World Cup opener

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    An unfortunate Thiago Cionek own goal and a first global strike from M'Baye Niang helped Senegal upset Poland in their Group H clash in Moscow . M'Baye Niang then took full advantage of a defensive mix-up from the Eagles to get his country's second goal on the hour, before Grzegorz Krychowiak pulled one back late on to set up a tense finish.
  • Ashwin Willemse feels walkout incident 'was rooted in racism'

    Ashwin Willemse feels walkout incident 'was rooted in racism'

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    Willemse had indicated through his legal representatives that he felt the independent probe was not an appropriate forum to "redress the infringement on his human rights and dignity". When contacted by TimesLIVE on Tuesday afternoon‚ Willemse declined to comment. In an email from Mallett to executive producer Scott Seward in October 2016, the former Bok coach says: 'I really enjoy working with Bobs [Gcobani Bobo] and Xola [Ntshinga], Scott.
  • Koepka holds off Fleetwood for U.S. Open title

    Koepka holds off Fleetwood for U.S. Open title

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    He wasn't through. He hacked out of the hay over the green at No. 12, pitched beautifully to 7 feet, and made the par . No one from the final 22 groups could match par . Open he won a year ago at Erin Hills. "You don't get mulligan's in business at this level. how can this team keep doing this without consequences". But even Fleetwood (282) left Shinnecock with regrets, missing an 8-foot birdie putt on 18 that would have given him a 62 and tied him with Koepka for the lead.
  • First VAR causes controversy over Griezmann penalty

    First VAR causes controversy over Griezmann penalty

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    Russian Federation is holding its first time ever edition of the FIFA World Cup , which kicked off in Moscow with a spectacular opening show at the Luzhniki Stadium on the night of June 14. Nobody expected us to play like that against France . It had been rumoured that the Manchester United player could lose his place in the starting line-up at the World Cup after a hit-and-miss season, but France coach Didier Deschamps eventually kept faith in Pogba.