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Trump Calls Comments by Danish Leader 'Nasty'

Newsmax – Politics President Donald Trump does not appreciate Denmark’s rejection of his idea to buy Greenland. The American leader told reporters on Wednesday that…

Romney: Putin, Kim Deserve Censure, Not Flattery

Newsmax – Politics Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, says Russian leader Vladimir Putin and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un deserve censure instead of flattery. “I think…

Tlaib: Trump Attacks Distract From US Steel Layoffs

Newsmax – Politics Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., said Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s recent attacks on her are distracting from more important issues, like the…

Jill Biden: Joe Most Electable Candidate

Newsmax – Politics Jill Biden says her husband is the most equipped Democratic presidential candidate to take on President Donald Trump. “I know that not…

Trump Promises: No Golden Trump Tower in Greenland

Newsmax – Politics President Donald Trump made a promise Monday night on Twitter to the people of Greenland: He will not plop a giant golden…

Scaramucci: Former Cabinet Members Will Rebuke Trump

Newsmax – Politics Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said Monday he’s pulling together former officials from President Donald Trump’s cabinet to denounce the…

Trump Calls Greenland 'Interesting' as Denmark Rules Out a Sale

Newsmax – Politics President Donald Trump said buying Greenland would be “a large real estate deal” that could ease a financial burden on Denmark, which…

Report: Foreign Policy Critic Dick Cheney to Attend Trump Fundraiser

Newsmax – Politics Former Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter, Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., are going to a Monday fundraiser for President Trump’s 2020…

Taliban: Killing of Leader's Brother Will Not Derail US Talks

Newsmax – Politics Afghan Taliban officials said on Saturday the killing of the brother of their leader in a bomb attack would not derail talks…

White House to Proceed With Ending Some Foreign Aid Payments

Newsmax – Politics The Trump administration will move forward within days with a plan to cancel certain foreign aid payments authorized by Congress, setting up…
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