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Yahoo NewsMay 24, 2019
Trump, Pelosi trade insults as their feud heats up
WASHINGTON (AP) — She's calling for an "intervention" to save the nation from him. He says she's "crazy."


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Trump, Pelosi wage Twitter war over ‘stammer' video (NY Post National News)

CNN Top StoriesMay 24, 2019
Analysis: Trump falls for Pelosi's trap
President Donald Trump keeps taking Nancy Pelosi's bait.

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Donald Trump falls for Nancy Pelosi's trap (CNN Most Recent)

CNN Most RecentMay 24, 2019
Trump suggests using Huawei as a bargaining chip in US-China trade deal
US President Donald Trump has raised the possibility of easing restrictions on Huawei as part of a broader trade deal with Beijing, despite labeling the Chinese telecommunications giant "very dangerous."

Washington Post NationMay 24, 2019
Harriet Tubman is already appearing on $20 bills whether Trump officials like it or not
A New York designer is using 3-D stamps to replace slave owner Andrew Jackson's face with the woman who escaped slavery and led hundreds of others to freedom.

Fox NewsMay 23, 2019
Trump impeachment debate 'torturing' Democrats, Matt Gaetz tells Sean Hannity
Democrats are "tortured" by the issue of whether to impeach President Trump, one Republican congressman said Thursday in reaction to news that Trump has given Attorney General William Barr the authority to declassify documents regarding the origins of the Russia investigation.

Top Stories - Google NewsMay 23, 2019
Senate Passes $19.1 Billion Deal on Disaster Aid - The Wall Street Journal
Senate Passes $19.1 Billion Deal on Disaster Aid  The Wall Street JournalDeal struck to pass $19 billion disaster relief package without border funds  CNNSenate approves deal on disaster aid, leaves out border money Trump demanded  The Washington PostSenate approves $19 billion disaster aid package  Fox NewsSenate passes $19 billion disaster relief bill that excludes Trump's border funding  NBC NewsView full coverage on Google News

New York Times - Front PageMay 23, 2019
Julian Assange's Indictment Aims at the Heart of the First Amendment
The Trump administration seeks to use the Espionage Act to redefine what journalists can and cannot publish.

NY Post National NewsMay 23, 2019
Trump reveals $16B farm aid package amid trade war with China
WASHINGTON — President Trump announced $16 billion in fresh aid to help farmers and ranchers who have been hurt by his year-long trade war with China. "We will ensure that the farmers will get the relief that they need and very, very quickly. It's a good time to be a farmer, we're gonna make sure...

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President Trump Announces $16 Billion Of New Aid For American Farmers (NPR U.S. News)

Top Stories - Google NewsMay 23, 2019
Trump Gives Attorney General Sweeping Power in Review of 2016 Campaign Inquiry - The New York Times
Trump Gives Attorney General Sweeping Power in Review of 2016 Campaign Inquiry  The New York TimesTrump gives AG Barr authority to declassify documents related to 2016 campaign surveillance  Fox NewsTrump orders intel agencies to assist Barr with review of Russia probe  CNNTrump orders intelligence agencies to cooperate with attorney general's investigation into origins of Mueller probe  CNBCSchiff blasts Trump's 'un-American' order to intel agencies to cooperate with Barr probe | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

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AG William Barr given power to declassify documents on surveillance activities into Trump campaign - Washington Examiner (Top Stories - Google News)

Reuters US NewsMay 23, 2019
Bank CEO charged in Manafort bribery scheme designed to get Trump post
The head of a Chicago-based bank was charged in an indictment unsealed on Thursday with bribery and accused of approving $16 million in high-risk loans to President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort in a scheme to land a top Trump administration post such as secretary of the U.S. Army.

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Chicago bank CEO Stephen Calk charged with bribery, accused of issuing Manafort loans in attempted trade for Trump post (Chicago Tribune)

CNN Most RecentMay 23, 2019
Washington Post: Trump 'aggressively' pushing for GOP donor's company to get border wall contract
President Donald Trump has "aggressively" pushed for the Army Corps of Engineers to award a contract to a North Dakota-based construction company to build sections of his proposed wall along the southern US border, The Washington Post reported Thursday.

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‘He always brings them up': Trump tries to steer border wall deal to North Dakota firm (Washington Post Nation)

Yahoo NewsMay 23, 2019
Huawei needs Google's Android and Microsoft's Windows 10 like fish need water
The import ban the Trump administration imposed on Huawei a few days ago was the next logical step in the trade war against China. While some people may have foreseen it, given the ZTE practice run from before, it still sent shockwaves through the industry. Huawei is prepared to fight, even as numerous business partners from the US and other countries confirm they're putting their business dealings with the Chinese giant on hold.One of the things Huawei confirmed earlier this week is that it'll move forward with an operating system of its own, which we'll call Huawei OS for lack of a better alternative, and which could launch as early as fall. That operating system is based on Android, and it's supposed to run both on smartphones and tablets. But, make no mistake, Huawei needs Google's version of Android and Microsoft's Windows 10, no matter what.Huawei might be in a hard place right now, but things will work out one way or the other. With the ban in place, it's not just Huawei that loses, but US and international companies as well. That said, Huawei will probably want to be more prepared in the future, which is why it makes sense to see it launch an operating system of its own.Huawei OS, however, only has a chance to catch on over in China, where Google doesn't have a presence, and where Huawei could easily make an Android of its own. Convincing smartphone users in Western markets to ditch a phone with Google's Android, on the other hand, will be an uphill battle. Huawei doesn't h

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Trump: 'I can imagine Huawei being included' in a US-China trade deal - CNBC (Top Stories - Google News)

Top Stories - Google NewsMay 23, 2019
Deal struck to pass $19 billion disaster relief package without border funds - CNN
Deal struck to pass $19 billion disaster relief package without border funds  CNNSenate approves deal on disaster aid, leaves out border money Trump demanded  The Washington PostSenate passes $19 billion disaster relief bill that excludes Trump's border funding  NBC NewsMcConnell threatens disaster vote as deal remains elusive | TheHill  The HillSenate Passes $19.1 Billion Deal on Disaster Aid  The Wall Street JournalView full coverage on Google News

Reuters Top NewsMay 23, 2019
Trump orders intelligence community to cooperate with review on Russia probe origins
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered the intelligence community to cooperate with Attorney General William Barr's review of the events that prompted an investigation into links between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Yahoo NewsMay 23, 2019
Pelosi v Trump: how a 'stable genius' president met his match
With calls for an intervention on his behalf, the House speaker has knocked an ‘extremely calm' leader off balancePelosi lifted up Trump's skin, got under it, and began scratching furiously. Photograph: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty ImagesIt has been almost four years since Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign from the gilded escalator of Trump Tower. In that time he has come to be feared by Democrats and Republicans alike for his personal attacks that always seem to supremely rile his opponents.Now he has finally met his match.Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic speaker of the House, has spent the past 48 hours doing to Trump what he has done to so many others. She lifted up his skin, got under it, and began scratching furiously.Asked at her weekly news conference on Thursday whether she was concerned about the president's well-being, she replied: "I am," adding she was also concerned about "the well-being of the United States of America".And then she delivered the coup de grace: "I wish that his family or his administration or staff would have an intervention for the good of the country. Maybe he wants to take a leave of absence."Coming on top of the previous day's goading, in which Trump angrily flounced out of a White House meeting with her after Pelosi had accused him of being "engaged in a coverup", the House speaker's call for an intervention appeared to hit its mark.Trump responded on Thursday by going on what can only be described as a Pelosi rant, at a White House event for farmers and ranchers. He began b

CNN Top StoriesMay 23, 2019
Read: Trump orders intel agencies to assist Barr with review of Russia probe
President Donald Trump ordered all intelligence agencies late Thursday evening to assist Attorney General William Barr in his review of surveillance issues surrounding Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, delegating significant authority to Barr to declassify intelligence documents as the attorney general sees fit.

CNN Top StoriesMay 23, 2019
The President ratcheted up his feud with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a nearly half-hour-long diatribe against his Democratic rivals
President Donald Trump ratcheted up his feud with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday, turning an event organized to announce a multibillion-dollar aid package to farmers into a nearly half-hour-long diatribe against his Democratic rivals.

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Pelosi hits back at Trump: I'll work with him when he 'starts acting more presidential' (Fox News)

CNN Top StoriesMay 23, 2019
Harriet Tubman descendant fires back at Trump administration: Smacks of racism
Ernestine Wyatt, a distant niece of Harriet Tubman, says Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's claim that the Tubman $20 bill will not happen during the Trump administration is a decision that was motivated in part by racial reasons.

NPR U.S. NewsMay 23, 2019
Missouri Farm Bureau President Reacts To Trump's Aid Package For U.S. Farmers
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Blake Hurst, president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, about how the Trump administration's aid package could affect U.S. farmers.
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