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A Democratic presidential nominee faced comforters at home yesterday, while President Donald Trump gave his contender a rare compliment in 2016
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Buttigieg learns the dangers of presidential campaigning as a mayor
"Get people who are racists from the streets!" Mayor Pitt Buttigie was greeted with exasperated cries and excited He spoke during a tense and emotional meeting in the mayoralty on Sunday about the fatal shooting of a black man by a white policeman a week ago.
This is one of the first major tests for the mayor, as he rises from the darkness of the top
He learns the hard way that mayors can be held immediately responsible by way of the presidential campaign especially when there are challenges at home.
Trump rejects Kashogi's murders, compliments President Donald Trump said he did not want a war with Iran, but if it does, there will be "destruction that you have never seen before."
"But I'm not going to do that," the president added in an exclusive interview with Chuck Todd for NBC on Friday, which was broadcast on Sunday.
In a broad interview, Trump rejected the brutal murder and splitting Saudi Arabia, Washington Post Associate Jamal Khashoggi, who said the Middle East was "a vicious, hostile place," and defended the regime as a valuable trading partner
"I'm not like a fool who says," We do not want to do business with them ". "Trump said, adding that if the United States does not do so, the Russians and the Chinese will do so." "Take their money. Take the Chuck "he added, and said he would run for re-election against former Vice President Joe Biden rather than his 201
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Palestinians Reject Trump's Economic Plan for Peace in the Middle East
The White House Free Economics part of its long-awaited peace plan Saturday promising tens of billions of dollars for the Palestinian economy
The Peace of Prosperity Plan will be presented at a conference in Bahrain this week when the Trump administration wants to promote its economic vision of the Palestinians and their supporters in the Arab world have already rejected it – calling it "unrealistic and illusory."
"It's madness." Michelle Lannon's college debt, nearly $ 200,000 in federal loans and $ 15,000 in a private loan, is pursuing her until she falls asleep. When her cell phone rings with an unknown number that happens daily, she strains.
College graduates across the country are burdened with student debt and have become major targets for "bad actors" wishing part of the industry for student loans – and one of their key methods is harassing, aggressive, seemingly endless robocalls.
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THINK ON  Women in the Democratic Party's first debates will make history this week – especially if moderators help shout bad behavior like wisdom Barbara Lee writes in a comment.
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