Saturday, July 4, 2020

America Politics

Trump tweets hurt chances of his success in 2020 election

Nearly half of US voters see comments of President Donald Trump on Twitter as damaging his chances of success in the presidential election in 2020, according to a new poll. The survey, conducted by Politico magazine in collaboration with Morning...

Trump and his sons sued two major banks

US President Donald Trump and his sons sued two major banks to prevent them from handing over financial records of the family to congressional committees that have issued summonses to obtain information about them, CNN reported. The network said on...

Majority of Americans oppose Congress call for Trump’s removal: WP poll

Majority of Americans says they oppose a congressional call to start impeachment measures against President Donald Trump following the investigation of private lawyer Robert Mueller over Russian intervention in the 2016 election, a Washington Post poll with ABC News...

US election race began after Joe Biden announces his intention to run

The Los Angeles Times saw the first candidate in the US presidential election in 2020 as the defeat of Donald Trump. The newspaper considered that the election race began almost after the announcement of Joe Biden, the former vice president,...

Iran retreated from negotiating with US, Zarif calls for prisoner exchange deal

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif Khonsari  affirmed his country's readiness to exchange prisoners with the United States, noting that he could take this task upon himself in an attempt to ease the tension and escalation between the two...

Experts warn of the repercussions of Trump’s recent move towards Iran

Some US foreign, defense officials and experts have warned that President Donald Trump's decision to end the sanctions exemption for five countries still buying Iranian oil could trigger a negative reaction by causing double effects in countries such as...

Trump defends himself against issuing financial documents

Donald Trump defends himself against the attempt by the Democrats in Congress to gain insight into the finances of the US President. Lawyers of Donald Trump filed Monday on a lawsuit against the Democrats want to force the release of...

Former White House officials fear Trump’s revenge for their testimony to Robert Mueller

Former White House officials who testified to the Special Investigator in the Russian intervention case fear the retaliation of President Donald Trump following the revelations of Robert Mueller's report last week, The New York Times reported. Trump and his lawyers...

Trump vetoed resolution on military aid in Yemen

US president Donald Trump has vetoed a congressional resolution aimed at putting an end to American aid to the military operation in Yemen, led by Saudi Arabia. In the decision passed by both chambers of parliament, Trump was ordered...

Trump’s first challenger from his own ranks

US  President Donald Trump gets competition from his own party at his race for a second term in the White House. Bill Weld, the former governor of the East Coast state of Massachusetts, announced Monday that he would be...

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China: The Indian army has breached its obligations and launched provocative attacks, causing casualties

Zhang said - in a statement this evening about the clashes between the Chinese and Indian border forces in the Galvan Valley region -...

UK’s economy suffers from epidemic – 600 thousand jobs lost due to Corona

Official figures indicate that the number of employees in the UK payroll fell more than 600,000 between March and May, according to the BBC,...