• Trump 'spoke to prank caller for four minutes, didn't realise'

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    At this time Trump had been flying back from a rally in North Dakota . Senator Menendez is a long-time campaigner for immigration reform and a Democratic senator from New Jersey . But President Donald Trump , who likes to field his own telephone calls and prefers spontaneity to protocol, is a different breed. "I mean we did this as a goof, I'm a comedian", said John Melendez , better known as Stuttering John of Howard Stern fame.
  • Protesters flood United States cities to fight Donald Trump immigration policy

    Protesters flood United States cities to fight Donald Trump immigration policy

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    Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to rally across the country Saturday to protest the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy , according to organizers. Translation: "Calm down, Trump, or I will calm you down". Winnie Wong, a political adviser for the liberal National Women's March, predicted the protest would translate into "the energy we will need to see to at the ballot box in November".
  • People to protest against Trump in all 50 U.S

    People to protest against Trump in all 50 U.S

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    Singer John Legend serenaded the crowd and Democratic politicians who have clashed with Trump had strong words for the president, including U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters who called for his impeachment. We do not separate families and we do not put children in cages. But now Nhim has a master's degree in autism spectrum disorders and helps children in her job as a behavioral analysis.
  • Trump has repeatedly told aides he wants to quit the WTO - Axios

    Trump has repeatedly told aides he wants to quit the WTO - Axios

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    It would totally [screw] us as a country", a source who has discussed the subject with Trump told Axios . "I'm not talking about pulling out", Mr. "Faced with these unjustified tariffs, the United States will take all necessary actions under both USA law and worldwide rules to protect its interests", he said.
  • Gunman angry at Maryland newspaper kills five in targeted attack

    Gunman angry at Maryland newspaper kills five in targeted attack

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    The New York Police Department has deployed counterterrorism teams to news media organizations in response to the shooting at a newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland . "There is no active threat at this time ", he said. "I was breathing really loud and was trying not to, but I couldn't be quiet". A shooter killed five people and wounded others at the newspaper Thursday.
  • European Union leaders defend migration deal as doubts emerge

    European Union leaders defend migration deal as doubts emerge

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    The IOM also tweeted that the situation was "not a migration crisis , rather a humanitarian one", with more than 16,000 migrants dead or missing at sea since 2014. European Union leaders declared victory yesterday, claiming to have set aside major differences over how best to handle migrant arrivals as they commissioned new plans to screen people in North Africa for eligibility to enter Europe.
  • GM warns against potential vehicle tariffs

    GM warns against potential vehicle tariffs

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    An official told the Star at the time that the tariff list was created to put political pressure on key decision-makers south of the border. The Department of Commerce is now accepting rebuttal comments for responses already submitted until July 6, and will hold public consultations in Washington in July.
  • 11 members of a family found dead in Delhi home

    11 members of a family found dead in Delhi home

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    The dead include seven women. A police team has been rushed to the spot and an investigation is underway to ascertain if it was a case of mass suicide or murder. They are now scanning the CCTV footage from the area. "We are investigating from all possible angles, we are not ruling out anything", said Rajesh Khurana, joint commissioner of Central Range police.
  • Annapolis-native Patriots' Bill Belichick saddened by Capital Gazette shooting

    Annapolis-native Patriots' Bill Belichick saddened by Capital Gazette shooting

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    Ramos wrote he was only told there was a "suitability" concern. "I was extremely scared that he was going to do something to me and my family". It listed the five people's names. New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is expressing sympathy for the families and friends of those killed at the office of the Capital Gazette , which he called his 'hometown newspaper'.
  • U.S. government says it will detain migrant children with parents

    U.S. government says it will detain migrant children with parents

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    The British Broadcasting Corporation reports that there are protests in Washington DC, New York, and many other cities using the hashtag #familiesbelongtogether . "We are all immigrants", one said. "It is the duty of every decent American to demand that it promptly reunite these children with their parents".
  • Immigration protests today: Trump immigration policies protested in many USA cities today

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    Others marked " We Care " on their palms, reported ABC News . We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World. According to US Capitol Police, 575 of them were arrested. Children joined in. A little girl in Washington, D.C., carried a handwritten sign: "I get my mommy".