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Afterwards, he intends on returning to Washington. I wish Senator McCain a full recover from primary glioblastoma, a devastating form of cancer. McCain, who is now serving his sixth term, said that he plans to "maintain a work schedule" during his treatment and plans to return to Washington at the end of Congress' August recess.
  • Donald Trump holds Nicolas Maduro responsible for jailed opponents` health

    Donald Trump holds Nicolas Maduro responsible for jailed opponents` health

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    Maduro joins three other heads of state directly under USA sanctions: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, and Robert Mugabe, the 93-year-old president of Zimbabwe. The opposition contended the vote was rigged in order to pack the assembly with Maduro supporters who could dissolve the opposition-controlled national assembly, and fire officials who disagree with the government.
  • Trump Personally Dictated Misleading Statement About Son's Meeting With Russian Lawyer

    Trump Personally Dictated Misleading Statement About Son's Meeting With Russian Lawyer

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    Two senior-level sources confirmed to ABC News a Washington Post story on Monday that Trump personally dictated the July 8 statement on his son's behalf while returning to the US from the G-20 summit in Germany aboard Air Force One. "He certainly didn't dictate, but. he, like I said, weighed in, offered suggestion, like any father would do", said Sanders. Is that shocking that they sometimes make a mistake? "The president was coming back from the G20 as this was going on, as you know".
  • Late-Night Hosts All Revel In Scaramucci's White House Dismissal

    Late-Night Hosts All Revel In Scaramucci's White House Dismissal

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    Pity poor Anthony Scaramucci: reportedly getting divorced , sacked from his job after a mere 10 days - and now there's an erroneous report that he's dead. Noah was pleasantly befuddled by the latest White House disarray, particularly tickled that Scaramucci's official first day was August 15, meaning he had gotten fired before actually beginning his job.
  • Trump dictated son's false story of meeting with Russian lawyer

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    Trump's eldest son later acknowledged that he took the meeting after being promised damaging information on Trump's presidential opponent, Hillary Clinton . And attempting to spin his son's email chain in order to mislead the public about the nature of the June 2016 meeting could possibly fall under that definition.
  • Trump son's statement on Russian Federation lawyer meeting was 'true': White House

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    The White House acknowledged Tuesday that President Trump played a role in drafting a now controversial statement issued by his son. She says Trump Jr.'s statement is true and there was "no inaccuracy" in the statement. Emails show that Trump's eldest son Donald Jr, his son-in-law Jared Kushner and his then campaign manager Paul Manafort met Kremlin-connected officials in June 2016 in the hope of getting dirt on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton .
  • Fight Breaks Out Between Security Guard, Fan at A's-Giants Game

    Fight Breaks Out Between Security Guard, Fan at A's-Giants Game

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    Footage from the clash in the upper deck of the stadium appeared to show a security guard throwing punches at what appears to be a female fan before pulling her down by the hair. Shane Siegrist, who posted video of the incident online, said the guard "assaulted an innocent woman". His video is only 7 seconds long and what exactly occurred isn't clear.
  • Former Thai PM declares innocence in rice subsidy scheme

    Former Thai PM declares innocence in rice subsidy scheme

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    Thailand's military government, which seized power in a coup shortly after the elected Ms Yingluck was forced from office in 2014, accused her of grossly mishandling the scheme. "I'm giving her moral support". Yingluck's government was toppled by the army in 2014 and she was then retroactively impeached. The rice subsidy was a flagship policy that helped Yingluck's party win the 2011 general election.