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Trump could win 2020 election despite being ‘most unpopular’ US President – and here’s how

The past year has been eventful for Mr Trump as he fights continued allegations over connections with Russia, escalated the rhetoric with North Korea, fought the battle at home over healthcare and fired the head of the FBI, amongst taking swipes at the media and announcing plans to move the US embassy to Jerusalem. He is the only US President since Harry Truman to have a negative net approval rating after a year in the White House and finds himself an unbelievable 24 points below where Barack Obama was at…

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REVEALED: This is where World War 3 will break out – and it is NOT North Korea

Dr Paul Miller, who served on the US’s National Security Council (NSC) under former presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama, believes if another world war was to break out it would be in the Baltic states.  According to the former White House staffer, he predicted Russia’s invasion of Crimea in 2014 two years before it happened and he now warns that Vladimir Putin plans to claim more territories in eastern Europe. Dr Miller first unveiled his forecast for the Baltics in 2016 and despite recent provocations from North Korea…

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Trump blasts Roe v. Wade in satellite address to anti-abortion rally

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump addressed anti-abortion activists at the March For Life Friday, beaming into the Washington, D.C., rally via satellite from the White House Rose Garden. “The March for Life is a movement born out of love,” Trump said. As he spoke, huge cheers erupted from the crowd gathered just a few miles away. Trump lambasted Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court ruling that reinforced a woman’s constitutional right to an abortion, as a decision that allowed for “some of the most permissive abortion laws in the…

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Government shutdown likelihood grows amid Senate standoff

WASHINGTON — Just hours ahead of a midnight deadline to fund the government, a high-stakes standoff in the Senate is making the prospects of a shutdown more likely by the minute. The Senate convened Friday without a clear path forward on how to fund the government with Democrats demanding more progress on a deal on DACA, or Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals, while some Republicans, frustrated with the spate of month-long spending bills, are likely to block the current proposal on the table, which would keep the government running for…

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Trump’s border wall models thwart US commandos in tests

Recent assaults by tactical teams on prototypes of President Donald Trump’s proposed wall with Mexico indicate their imposing heights should stop border crossers, a U.S. official with direct knowledge of the rigorous assessment told The Associated Press. Military special forces based in Florida and U.S. Customs and Border Protection special units spent three weeks trying to breach and scale the eight models in San Diego, using jackhammers, saws, torches and other tools and climbing devices, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the information was not authorized…

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Donald Trump WILL meet Theresa May at Davos World Economic Forum, says White House

The Prime Minister had wanted to clear the air with the US President following his aborted visit to the UK. But it had been suggested that Donald Trump was too busy to see her, despite having a chat pencilled in with Emmanuel Macron. However the White House said this evening a meeting would go ahead. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said they would have a discussion on the sidelines of the meeting. And she said Mr Trump wants to further strengthen the “US-UK special relationship.” This year’s forum will be…

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World War 3 warning: USA to turn on China as trade battle looms

It comes days after US President Donald Trump said Washington was considering a big “fine” as part of a probe into China’s alleged theft of intellectual property.  And now a trade expert has warned Mr Trump is “determined to bite somebody”.  The former president of the National Foreign Trade Council, William Reinsch, told CNBC: “The prevailing view in Washington now is that, this year, he is determined to bite somebody and China  is the most likely target.” Mr Trump has claimed that trade with China is unfair to the US…

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A year after the March, women are sprinting forward

Ginny Dameron didn’t know what to expect from the Women’s March in Austin, Tex., last January. She usually avoids big crowds, and worried about the potential for confrontation. But seeing tens of thousands of people show up at the state capitol, she says, “wowed” her: “It was the sense that we were not alone.” Odelia Younge also felt conflicted over whether to join the March in San Francisco — at first. Her top causes: reproductive and social justice, especially for the black community. “I decided to show up in a…

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Judd Trump net worth: The No.3 snooker player competing in Masters 2018 has THIS sum

Judd Trump, an English professional snooker player, was formerly world number one in the sport.  He has today beat Shaun Murphy in the quarter-finals of the Masters 2018 snooker tournament. The 2018 Dafabet Masters runs from 14th to 21st of January and is the 44th staging of the tournament.  Despite his surname, Judd, who is also known as The Juddernaut, is no relation of US president Donald Trump. However, one might remember Judd’s bizarre rant about Donald Trump, complaining the link made life difficult for him.  Judd turned professional in…

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North Korea WARNING: Expert reveals Kim’s hostile plans to lure US allies in military TRAP

North Korea has been harbouring reunification ambitions since the Korean War failed to result in a peace treaty between the two sides. Experts have warned North Korea could attempt to exploit its recent charm offensive with the South to push the US military presence out of the peninsula to strike its neighbour. North Korea expert Bradley K. Martin warned US President Donald Trump to continue monitoring Pyongyang to avoid surprise attacks. He said: “We should be very wary because North Korea never falters from its basic strategy which is to…

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