Foreign leaders stop playing nice with Trump on trade

Most leaders have tried to charm the unpredictable president into softening his policies. Until now. By MEGAN CASSELLA 06/09/2018 06:44 AM EDT Updated 06/09/2018 07:35 PM EDT Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has sat patiently through several rounds of talks to renegotiate NAFTA, only to see Trump repeatedly threaten to tear up the agreement. | Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images Frustrated foreign leaders who failed to stop President Donald Trump’s protectionist trade policies are trying one last-ditch […]

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Trump stuns allies, won’t sign G-7 joint agreement

The president touted great relationships with other G-7 leaders — but then abruptly reversed on signing a joint statement and lashed out at the Canadian prime minister. By ANDREW RESTUCCIA and BRENT D. GRIFFITHS 06/09/2018 02:37 PM EDT Updated 06/09/2018 08:44 PM EDT Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel (center) speaks with President Donald Trump during the G7 summit in Quebec, Canada on June 9. (From left, front row: White House National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow, […]

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BREAKING: Inspector General Report Torches Andrew McCabe For Being a Serial Liar

  Katie Pavlich | Posted: Apr 13, 2018 2:43 PM     DOJ inspector General Michael Horowitz has released a scathing report detailing multiple lies, the majority under oath, told by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe before he was fired. The report shows McCabe lied on multiple occasions under oath and to inspector general and FBI investigators about the FBI’s criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton, the FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation and more. He […]

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Google should not be in business of war, say employees

Thousands of Google employees have signed an open letter asking the internet giant to stop working on a project for the US military. Project Maven involves using artificial intelligence to improve the precision of military drone strikes. Employees fear Google’s involvement will “irreparably damage” its brand. “We believe that Google should not be in the business of war,” says the letter, which is addressed to Google chief executive Sundar Pichai. “Therefore we ask that Project […]

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