Germany: NATO worried over Donald Trump’s remark

NATO is worried by a remark by US President-elect Donald Trump that the 28-member alliance is “obsolete,” says German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Steinmeier voiced the military alliance’s worries and his own “amazement” following a meeting with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels on Tuesday. “I’ve spoken today not only with EU foreign ministers but… Read More Germany: NATO worried over Donald Trump’s remark

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Donald Trump ‘willing to work with Russia and China’

US President-elect Donald Trump says he is willing to work with Russia and China, providing they cooperate. Mr Trump told the Wall Street Journal that newly-imposed sanctions on Russia would remain “at least for a period of time” but could then be lifted. He also said the One China policy, in which the US no… Read More Donald Trump ‘willing to work with Russia and China’

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Donald Trump Calls Unsubstantiated Russia Allegations ‘Nonsense’

President-elect Donald Trump called the new unsubstantiated allegations that Russia is in possession of compromising personal and financial information about him as “nonsense.” “A thing like that should have never been written, it should never been had and it should certainly never have been released,” Trump said during his first press conference since the election.… Read More Donald Trump Calls Unsubstantiated Russia Allegations ‘Nonsense’

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Donald Trump Calls Meryl Streep “Hillary Lover” For Calling Him Out In Her Golden Globes Speech

Donald Trump was called out by actress Meryl Streep…She blasted the president-elect when she accepted the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes on Sunday… The iconic actress criticized Trump on a number of issues, including immigration and allegedly making fun of a disabled newspaper reporter while he was campaigning last fall. In a… Read More Donald Trump Calls Meryl Streep “Hillary Lover” For Calling Him Out In Her Golden Globes Speech

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Asia’s richest man, Jack Ma meets with Donald Trump on plans to create 1million jobs in US (photo)

Asia’s richest man, Jack Ma, the billionaire founder and executive chairman of the Alibaba Group met with Donald Trump on Monday to discuss plans for creating “one million” jobs in the U.S. through the company’s e-commerce platform. “Jack plans to share how Alibaba will create 1 million U.S. jobs by enabling 1 million small businesses… Read More Asia’s richest man, Jack Ma meets with Donald Trump on plans to create 1million jobs in US (photo)

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Donald Trump inauguration: Bill and Hillary Clinton to attend

Bill and Hillary Clinton plan to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration in a decision that will put Hillary Clinton on the stage as her bitter rival from the 2016 campaign assumes the office she long sought. The Clintons announced their decision to attend the ceremony on 20 January shortly after former president George W Bush’s office… Read More Donald Trump inauguration: Bill and Hillary Clinton to attend

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Donald Trump: North Korea intercontinental missile ‘won’t happen’

Donald Trump has dismissed North Korea’s claim to be developing missiles capable of striking America. In a tweet, the US president-elect derided the claim by North Korea’s Kim Jong-un that preparations were in the final stage, saying: “It won’t happen.” It was not clear if Mr Trump was expressing doubts about North Korea’s nuclear capabilities… Read More Donald Trump: North Korea intercontinental missile ‘won’t happen’

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Donald Trump set to repeal many of Obama’s laws and policies as soon as he takes office

The US president-elect is yet to be sworn in but he is already taking a wrecking ball to Obama’s legacy. This is according to his chief press secretary, Sean Spicer who made a series of revelations during an appearance on ABC’s This Week. Spicer told host, Jonathan Karl, that the future Commander-in-chief will ‘sign a… Read More Donald Trump set to repeal many of Obama’s laws and policies as soon as he takes office

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Donald Trump praises Vladimir Putin for delaying any retaliation against the US after Pres. Obama’s sanctions

Russian president Vladimir Putin has decided not to retaliate against the US for expelling 35 Russian diplomats and imposing sanctions on two of the country’s intelligence agencies on Thursday. He made this statement after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said the country planned to expel 35 U.S. diplomatic staff from Moscow and close two facilities… Read More Donald Trump praises Vladimir Putin for delaying any retaliation against the US after Pres. Obama’s sanctions

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