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Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

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Congressional Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with Russia, saying the security clearance of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law may need to be revoked. Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks, calling them “fabricated lies”, in a flurry of tweets. And his Homeland Security head defended the idea of establishing that kind of communication as a “smart thing” and said he didn’t see “any big issue here” for Kushner. But to the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, it’s “obviously very concerning” that a key Trump campaign figure was possibly seeking secret communications with a country that intelligence experts say intervened in the 2016 election.


Trump: Azerbaijan is valued partner of US

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President of the United States of America Donald J. Trump has congratulated President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev, in a letter for the celebration of azeri Republic Day. “Azerbaijan is a valued partner of the United States. Together, we are working to enhance global security through our joint counterterrorism efforts. We stand with the people of Azerbaijan and are committed to strengthening our relationship through dialogue on security, economic cooperation, and democratic principles”, noted the US president. “The United States also strongly supports the peaceful resolution of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict”, said Trump.


Netanyahu: Trump added $75 million in defense aid to Israel

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Trump added $75 million in defense aid to Israel.Washington announced a $110-billion US sale of ships, tanks and the latest anti-missile systems to Saudi Arabia on Saturday as Trump began a two-day visit to the Gulf state before travelling on to Israel.Trump added package for the missile defense program. According to Lieberman the weapons deals in the Middle East just in 2016 reached $215-216 billion and this is no small sum.The White House said that in talks with Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Monday, “President Trump underscored the United States’ ironclad commitment to Israel’s security, including to the maintenance of Israel’s qualitative military edge”. The thrust of the deal with Riyadh aims to help the Saudi military bolster its defenses to deter bitter rival Iran and its missile program, which Netanyahu has said potentially poses an existential threat to the Jewish state.


Trump budget keeps pledges: Cuts for poor, more for military

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President Donald Trump fulfilled a major campaign promise Tuesday, proposing a $4.1 trillion budget plan that would upend Washington in a big way. But he drew rebukes, even from some Republican allies, for the plan’s jarring, politically unrealistic cuts to the social safety net for the poor and a broad swath of other domestic programs. The budget, Trump’s first as president, combines his spending plan for the upcoming 2018 fiscal year with a promise to balance government books after a decade, relying on aggressive cuts, a surge in economic growth — and a $2 trillion-plus accounting gimmick. “Through streamlined government, we will drive an economic boom that raises incomes and expands job opportunities for all Americans”, Trump declared in his budget message.

In Bethlem, Trump says loser terrorist must be obliterated

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Due to the frequent changes, Palestinian organizers could not provide a finalized itinerary in advance of the visit. As it happened, Trump was met by Abbas and an honor guard at presidential headquarters in Bethlehem around 10:30 a.m. Following a half-hour meeting with Abbas, Trump also spoke briefly with other senior PA officials. The two leaders then convened a joint press conference, after which Trump returned to erusalem.Streaking at a joint press conference in Bethlehem on Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas condemned Monday night’s terrorist attack in Manchester, England, and expressed renewed commitment and hope for an Israeli-Palestinian peace. Trump conviction terrorism and he said that not only Usa but also every country must fight terrorism. Abbas, spoken about the conflict between Israel and Palestine, said that the Palestinians are committed to a two-state solution based on 1967 borders with east Jerusalem as their capital, and called for support for the Saudi Peace Initiative. Palestne are keen to open the door to dialogue with our Israeli neighbors in order to create a genuine peace. Our problem is with the occupation and settlements and the failure of Israel to recognize the state of Palestine in the same way we recognize it. The problem is not between us and Judaism; it is between us and occupation.


It Has Brought In Riyadh With Bensalah Trump Greets Bouteflika

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The President of National Council met Donald Trump during the summit to Ryhad. He brought President’s respectful. Trump remembered the bilateral cooperation between two Countries and auspicated a major cooperation. President of National Council agrees with Trump, and remembered the historical relationship between two Countries, with the recognition of independence of United States in 1783 and the sustain of USA to the independence of Algeria during the decolonization. He then talked about Libya, Mali, Syria and Sahara and said that military solutions are unsuccessful, the only way is the diplomatic way. President of National Council expressed his sustain to the relations between United States and Muslims Countries and added that he want a new Middle East based on union. He then talked about the situation affirming that there won’t be peace without an official recognition of the Palestinian State with capital Jerusalem.

King Salman: Iran spearheading global terror

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King Salman, during his speech at the International Summit, held on 21st May, has declared the participation of Trump is useful to indicate his keenness in reinforcing and assuring cooperation in various fields. What is noting and noteworthy is, during this conference, was possible to assist at inter religious cooperations and also to shared value like countering terrorism and extremism and realizing an united front to fight against them, pursuing a common aim. King Salman has kept on condemning the use of Islam religion in order to achieve political aims as some groups do, for example Hezbollah group, ISIS and also Iranian regime. In addition to this, King Salman has also declared the importance of stopping the revolutionary regime in Iran, established since Khomeini revolution. Iran has neglected all forms of neighborhood. The Gulf Coordination Council has also adopted, with the signing of an agreement with USA, the application of firm measures against terror financing, establishing a center in Riyadh.

President Trump arrives in Israel

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President Trump’s arrival, joining US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, Israeli Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer, Israeli ministers, and IDF top brass set to greet the president.Air Force One touched down in Israel Monday afternoon, marking the second leg of President Trump’s five-state trip; his first trip abroad as president. trump called Nethanyau “his old friend”. Nethanyau, when Trump was arrived he said that “welcome my friend”. Nethanyau also said “Your visit is a symbol of the unbreakable bond between Israel and America. You are the president of Israel greatest, most important ally. You are true friends of Israel and the Jewish people.“Mr. President, the world needs a strong United States. The Middle East needs a strong United States. Israel needs a strong United States. And may I say, the United States needs a strong Israel”. In the evening Nethanyau host Trump and his wife at a state dinner in the Prime Minister’s residence.

US President Donald Trump touches down in Israel on Monday, and nobody knows what’s going to happen.

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US President Donald Trump touches down in Israel on Monday, and nobody knows what’s going to happen. Sure, every step of the way has been choreographed and coordinated between the Trump team and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office. Every word, every photo  and every stop on the way has been vetted, dissected and analyzed to prevent any improper interpretation or misplaced symbolism from occurring. Nobody knows what’s going to happen – he’s a loose cannon entering a volatile minefield. So when you combine the inclination to utter off-script statements with a less-than-average knowledge of the facts at hand, you’ve got the perfect recipe for any number of cringe-worthy moments during Trump’s appearances in Jerusalem and Bethlehem. From Israel’s point of view, the best thing to do would be to stay out of the line of fire as much as possible, while walking the tightrope between giving the necessary honor to the office of the presidency and at the same time not fawning over the strangest president in American history. The only thing we know about Trump’s policy regarding Israel is that it could change at any time. Trump may be no better or worse than any of his modern-day predecessors, except that due to the alarming lack of stability emanating from his fickle presidency, he’s a liability for Israel.

Trump says hasn't ruled out visiting Western Wall with Netanyahu

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Trump says he has not ruled out visiting Western Wall with Netanyahu.In an exclusive interview with Israel Hayom, US President Donald Trump says “I love the people of Israel, I’m working hard to finally have peace for Israel and the Palestinians” US President Donald Trump has not yet decided who will accompany him to the Western Wall during his upcoming visit to Israel, but he told Israel Hayom in an exclusive interview Thursday: “We have great respect and friendship for [Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu”. On Tuesday, the White House said that Netanyahu would not accompany Trump on the first visit to the holy site by an incumbent U.S. president. “No Israeli leaders will join President Trump at the Western Wall,” National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster told reporters.The decision to visit the Western Wall “with the rabbi is more traditional, but that could change”, Trump told Boaz Bismuth at the White House Thursday, when asked why Netanyahu would not accompany him.In the interview, the American president reiterated his desire to reach a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.

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