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Most Americans no longer think Trump is keeping his promises, poll says

Most Americans no longer think Trump is keeping his promises, poll says

In the two months since, however, Trump appeared to walk away from repealing the Affordable Care Act after Republicans failed to agree on the healthcare replacement bill that Trump stood behind. At the start of April, Gallup had Trump's approval rating at 38 percent, among the lowest numbers of his young presidency. The polling did, however, come amid Trump's decision to strike Syria militarily, which he authorized on April 6, shifting the stance he took in multiple tweets from 2013 and 2014 ... Read More

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Kim Jong-un condemns US strike in Syria

Kim Jong-un condemns US strike in Syria

Trump appears to be attempting to pressure North Korea into abandoning their nuclear programme alongside China, Japan and South Korea. He did acknowledge that Kiselyov's "position is close, but not every time". The Kremlin realizes however, those same officials say, that the process will be harder and take longer than originally thought and the result is likely to be more limited in scope. Read More

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Massive US bomb death toll rises to 94

Dubbed the "Mother Of All Bombs", the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb was unleashed in combat for the first time Thursday, hitting ISIS positions in a remote, rugged area of eastern Nangarhar province. Afghans have since resumed offensive operations against ISIS , Waziri said. But he said it could be "significant" because the attack came at evening prayer time, when fighters might have been concentrated in one area. Read More

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Senate Confirms Gorsuch To Supreme Court

Senate Confirms Gorsuch To Supreme Court

Judge Gorsuch will be sworn in on Monday, in two ceremonies. Candidate Donald Trump, meanwhile, made no secret of his determination to nominate a pro-Second Amendment judge to the fill Scalia's vacant seat. Democratic Sen. Tom Udall of New Mexico said there are plans afoot among a bipartisan group of senators to organize a private meeting in the Old Supreme Court Chamber, located in the Capitol, later this year. Read More

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Georgia officers fired after 'assaulting' suspect

Michael Bongiovanni, a 19-year police veteran. On Thursday, the Gwinnett County Police in Georgia announced the termination of an officer who was caught on camera stomping on the head of a man who was on the ground in handcuffs. The man who was beaten by the officers was seen walking out of jail with a bloody nose and lip on Thursday. "I am nearly at a loss of words about what we have had to go through today for the unwarranted actions of two of my officers", he said. Read More

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Iranian President Rouhani to seek second term

He has made much of his successes in controlling inflation and reaching a landmark nuclear deal with world powers that ended many sanctions. He is the custodian of a powerful organisation in charge of Iran's holiest shrine. After the registration, Raisi called for "respect to the law" by both people and the officials. Ultimate authority rests with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has accused the West of using women as a tool to advertise products and satisfy "disorderly and ... Read More

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