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Qatar's top diplomat also rejected interference in his country's foreign policy, ruling out a military solution to the ongoing crisis. The president also underscored the importance of the Gulf Cooperation Council and the need for regional stability.
  • Truth-teller Trump: Comey lied

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    Here's how this works in the case of Comey. A Democratic senator says he expects tough questions for Attorney General Jeff Sessions about his involvement in the firing of FBI Director James Comey when he testifies to Congress on Tuesday.
  • White House looking for healthcare vote this summer

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    Reconciliation, which allows certain types of legislation to pass the Senate without any danger of a filibuster, can only be used to for bills that affect government revenue and entitlement spending - not expenditures on things like infrastructure.
  • Rallies against Islamic law draw counterprotests across US

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    In New York, three dozen ACT for America protesters clad in flags were outnumbered by a few hundred rival protesters, including labor union activists and Jewish and Muslim protesters, many of whom hoisted placards reading "Fascists Out of NYC".
  • Trump's credibility is Comey's primary target

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    For the first time in the long investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election and questions about possible collusion by associates of President Trump's campaign, the focus has moved inside the White House and, specifically, to questions about the president's conduct in office.
  • Senate Moving to Devastate Health Care Safety Net

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    While McConnell's recommendation appears to be the leading plan as of now, the issue is still being debated as conservatives want a lower growth rate for the per person funding cap and moderates are calling for a more gradual reduction in Medicaid funding reduction.
  • Trump 'prepared to testify' over exchanges with Comey

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    Asked by a reporter if he had told Comey to drop the investigation into former national security adviser Flynn, Trump said , " I didn't say that ". When asked if he had tapes of his discussions with former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , President Donald Trump said that he would answer that question "in the very near future".
  • After closed-door meeting, Senate GOP says healthcare bill coming soon

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    The Senate plan gives more money directly to higher ed and also fully funds TOPS. Chuck Grassley, and agreed to over 160 Republican amendments to the bill . "What a great team this is", Trump said ahead of Tuesday's meeting. The pace of the Medicaid-expansion rollback is hardly a minor issue. "I support seven, I support seven", Heller said on his way into a Capitol Hill meeting, according to an account by The Hill 's Peter Sullivan .
  • This One Tweet May Lead to Donald Trump's Impeachment

    This One Tweet May Lead to Donald Trump's Impeachment

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    Back in December 75 percent said the president tweets too much, jumping to 82 percent six months later. But this is not a partisan issue, because Republicans are growing anxious about how frequently Trump uses Twitter as well. Twelve percent said they do not have an opinion and 4 percent said Trump is not tweeting enough. I couldn't believe he was making such statements on Twitter, as opposed to in an official White House statement, which we, the press, rely on for responses to world ...
  • Protests, counter-protestors rally over Muslim law across US

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    People hold up signs during a rally to support muslims rights as a counter protest to an anti-sharia law rally origanized by ACT for America on June 10, 2017 at Foley square in NY. Another rally was held nearby to counter the ACT for America rally. "No hate...there isn't no hate...it's called Sharia law that's the hate...people need to go read the constitution, they need to go educate themselves", Mary stated.
  • United States environment chief exits G7 climate talks early

    United States environment chief exits G7 climate talks early

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    Trump, however, argued the agreement had disadvantaged the U.S. Senate bill 559 is created to develop strategies and procedures to lower greenhouse gases statewide, which is a major doctrine of the Paris agreement . "Billions of dollars" that reportedly should be invested in America "will be sent to the very countries that have taken our factories and our jobs from us".
  • Congressional Investigators Probe James Comey Leak Network

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    Washington has not seen a spectacle quite like this since the days of Watergate, Iran-Contra or President Bill Clinton's impeachment. Trump fired Comey in May, saying "this Russian Federation thing" was on his mind when he made a decision to dismiss the head of the nation's top law enforcement agency while Comey was leading its probe into Russia's alleged meddling in last year's election.