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In the end, Sanders says the Eagles offered to send "only a tiny handful of representatives" to the event, "while making clear that the great majority of players would not attend". Trump has feuded with National Football League players over the past year, blasting on-field protests in which players sat or kneeled during the national anthem to protest racial bias in the United States criminal justice system amid accusations of excessive use of force against black people by police.
  • Trump may pardon deceased boxing great Muhammad Ali

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    He lost his boxing licence because of the fallout and was not allowed to return to the ring until 1970. The U.S. Supreme Court overturned his conviction in 1971. "There is no conviction from which a pardon is needed", he added. Earlier this week, he also commuted the life sentence of a woman whose cause was championed by Kim Kardashian West.
  • Judge Aaron Persky Recalled Over Brock Turner Rape Sentence

    Judge Aaron Persky Recalled Over Brock Turner Rape Sentence

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    In addition to his prison term, Brock was sentenced to three years probation and must remain a lawfully registered sex offender for the rest of his life. "This was such an egregious crime ", Kells said. Her statement, published in full by BuzzFeed, quickly went viral. The debate only intensified in 2017 as the #MeToo movement gained momentum and victims began going public against high profile men in countless sexual assault cases.
  • Giuliani says Stormy Daniels has ‘no reputation,’ affair not credible

    Giuliani says Stormy Daniels has ‘no reputation,’ affair not credible

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    In an attempt to discredit Daniels' defamation case against the president , Giuliani said women like Daniels don't deserve respect and lack credibility. "Someone who sells his or her body for money has no good name", he concluded. I say, you know what? Cohen's attorney, Brent Blakely, said Thursday night that he was reviewing the court filing and could not immediately comment.
  • Duterte says offices 'beyond control' to be put under Malacañang

    Duterte says offices 'beyond control' to be put under Malacañang

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    In this photo grab from PTV taken on Sunday, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte leans in to kiss a Filipino worker at the podium during a town hall-style meeting with overseas Filipino workers in Seoul , South Korea. I can only generate an emotion if I kiss a woman I love. Duterte's kiss came two days after the U.N.'s Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, Diego García-Sayán, hit out at the president for moves to oust the country's Supreme Court chief justice.
  • Macron likens talking with Trump to making sausage

    Macron likens talking with Trump to making sausage

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    According to a CNN report , White House staffers described Macron's call with Trump las week as " terrible ", as the conversation turned to the recent decision by the U.S. The official said that the tariffs imposed last Thursday had significantly increased tensions before the meeting, adding to the strain caused by the US withdrawal from the Paris accord on climate change and an agreement lifting sanctions on Iran.
  • US Democrats hope for 'blue wave' in primaries

    US Democrats hope for 'blue wave' in primaries

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    That includes the Lone Star State, where Democratic candidates have outnumbered Republicans in state races for the first time in recent memory. "So far this cycle, women have won 47 of 68 incumbent-less Democratic primary matchups with male candidates" for the U.S.
  • EPA head laughs off Chick-fil-A questions; senior aide quits

    EPA head laughs off Chick-fil-A questions; senior aide quits

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    Pruitt is now the subject of multiple inquiries into his actions at the agency from ethics watchdogs, federal auditors and congressional committees. Pruitt and his aides also put out feelers among government and private contacts about interior decorator work for Pruitt's wife, according to Chmielewski, who says he was sacked from the agency after challenging some of Pruitt's spending.
  • 10 found dead in Kenyan plane wreckage two days after crash

    10 found dead in Kenyan plane wreckage two days after crash

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    Let me thank the search and rescue teams drawn from the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, the Kenya Wildlife Service, the Kenya Air Force, Red Cross and elsewhere. Rescue teams have been mobilised and a search for the missing aircraft in mountainous areas where the signals were located is underway, but bad weather is hampering the efforts.
  • Putin, Trump 'Regularly Talk' Over the Phone

    Putin, Trump 'Regularly Talk' Over the Phone

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    Russia's President Vladimir Putin gestures during a joint news conference with Austria's President Alexander Van der Bellen in Vienna, Austria June 5, 2018. "The Austrians have conveyed their willingness to host a meeting between President Trump and President Putin", the official said on Thursday. "It can't be otherwise, particularly after the tragic events in Libya and Iraq", Putin said.
  • Australia 'saviour' Cahill deserves World Cup place, says Johnston

    Australia 'saviour' Cahill deserves World Cup place, says Johnston

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    From then on, Australia looked considerably more risky in attack than their European counterparts, who showed little to suggest their World Cup qualification failure was a fluke. We can train every day, that's very important, and to play two friendly games is enough. The 66-year-old Dutchman had to break the news to defender Fran Karacic , midfielder Josh Brillante and forward pair James Troisi and Nikita Rukavytsya that their World Cup dreams were over.
  • Paul Ryan contradicts Trump’s claim that the Federal Bureau of Investigation planted a ‘spy’

    Paul Ryan contradicts Trump’s claim that the Federal Bureau of Investigation planted a ‘spy’

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    Without evidence, Trump has accused the Federal Bureau of Investigation under then-President Barack Obama's administration of embedding an informant in his campaign as a spy, referring to the matter as " spygate ". "I want to run every lead down and make sure we get the final answers to the questions". Ryan is retiring at the end of the congressional term. Ryan said Congress has more digging to do and that he wished they had gotten the information earlier.
  • President Trump considering golf with Kim Jong Un

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    Trump added that North Korea has "tremendous" potential economically, and that Abe, South Korean President Jae-in Moon and Chinese President Xi Jinping have all expressed interest in doing business with North Korea. Watch above, via Fox News. The president also said the summit is just the beginning of a series of talks to hammer out a denuclearization deal. The current plan is for the Donald to meet his North Korean counterpart at Capella Hotel next Tuesday and return home the ...
  • Sen. Corker Defies Trump to Push Tariff-Blocking Bill

    Sen. Corker Defies Trump to Push Tariff-Blocking Bill

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    To be clear: No, they didn't. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was in Beijing from June 2 to June 3 for the third round of high-level trade negotiations, which focused on China agreeing to buying more U.S. Japan worries that there will be no resolution of the issue of Japanese citizens abducted by the North and that Trump would only deal with North Korea's ability to strike the United States, and pay less attention to shorter range missiles that could still target Japan.