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1. Avenatti says he thinks Trump will resign

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Avenatti says he thinks Trump will resign

Stormy Daniels lawyer, Michael Avenatti speaks to CNN's Erin Burnett following Michael Cohen asserting his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination regarding his involvement in a hush money deal involving porn star Stormy Daniels and the President.


2. Avenatti Says He's Vetting At Least Two Other Women Claiming To Have Signed Trump NDAs

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Avenatti Says He's Vetting At Least Two Other Women Claiming To Have Signed Trump NDAs

Stormy Daniels isn't the only woman claiming to have signed NDAs with President Trump. Her attorney says he's been thoroughly vetting two other women with such claims. Michael Avenatti says that once the vetting's completed, the women may come forward. Daniels is suing Trump and his personal attorney Michael Cohen over the non-disclosure agreement.


3. Trump says he doesn't think Kim Jong Un is "playing"

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Trump says he doesn't think Kim Jong Un is

President Trump said he doesn't think Kim Jong Un is "playing" as the U.S. looks to set up a meeting with North Korea over its nuclear program. The president spoke about North Korea while he was meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the Oval Office.


4. Trump Says He Doubts China Trade Talks Will Be Successful

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Trump Says He Doubts China Trade Talks Will Be Successful

May.17 -- President Donald Trump comments on U.S.-China trade relations during a press briefing with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.


5. Economic adviser resigns hours after Trump says he likes "conflict"

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Economic adviser resigns hours after Trump says he likes

White House economic adviser Gary Cohn is resigning from his job. CBSN political contributor and national political reporter for RealClearPolitics Caitlin Huey-Burns joins "Red & Blue" to discuss the timing of Cohn's announcement.


6. Kanye West Asked If He Thinks Donald Trump Will Support Him In His 2024 Campaign, Part 2

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Kanye West Asked If He Thinks Donald Trump Will Support Him In His 2024 Campaign, Part 2

Kanye West Asked If He Thinks Donald Trump Will Support Him In His 2024 Campaign, Part 2


7. Trump praises inter-Korean summit, but says he will not be fooled

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Trump praises inter-Korean summit, but says he will not be fooled

U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed hope for the Korean Peninsula,... following the inter-Korean talks on Friday. While he said he hoped the two Koreas could achieve peace,... he also said his administration will not play games when it comes to the denuclearization of the North. Park Hee-jun reports. U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday, congratulated South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on their ground-breaking summit. Here are his words of hope and optimism,... during a ceremony for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic team at the White House. "On the occasion of this week's meeting between President Moon and Kim Jong-un, I want to express my hope that all of the people of Korea, North Korea and South, can someday live in harmony, prosperity and peace. And it looks like it could happen." Trump also said he's looking forward to meeting Kim in the "coming weeks" where they will seek denuclearization,... and that it "should be quite something." He added that he hopes Olympic athletes will be able to compete on a Korean peninsula,... that is "free of nuclear weapons." On the same day at a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... President Trump made it clear that he won't be "played" like his predecessors when it comes to denuclearization. While acknowledging the enthusiasm surrounding the peace talks and how they've never come this far before,... he said: "The United States has been played beautifully like a fiddle because you had a different kind of a leader. We're not going to be played, OK? We're going to hopefully make a deal. If we don't, that's fine." He also said that the location of the potential U.S.-North Korea summit is "down to two countries," but didn't specify what those two countries are. Park Hee-jun, Arirang News.


8. Trump praises inter-Korean summit, but says he will not be fooled

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Trump praises inter-Korean summit, but says he will not be fooled

U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed hope for the Korean Peninsula,... following the inter-Korean talks on Friday. While he said he hoped the two Koreas could achieve peace,... he also said his administration will not play games when it comes to the denuclearization of the North. Park Hee-jun reports. U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday, congratulated South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on their ground-breaking summit. Here are his words of hope and optimism,... during a ceremony for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic team at the White House. "On the occasion of this week's meeting between President Moon and Kim Jong-un, I want to express my hope that all of the people of Korea, North Korea and South, can someday live in harmony, prosperity and peace. And it looks like it could happen." Trump also said he's looking forward to meeting Kim in the "coming weeks" where they will seek denuclearization,... and that it "should be quite something." He added that he hopes Olympic athletes will be able to compete on a Korean peninsula,... that is "free of nuclear weapons." On the same day at a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel,... President Trump made it clear that he won't be "played" like his predecessors when it comes to denuclearization. While acknowledging the enthusiasm surrounding the peace talks and how they've never come this far before,... he said: "The United States has been played beautifully like a fiddle because you had a different kind of a leader. We're not going to be played, OK? We're going to hopefully make a deal. If we don't, that's fine." He also said that the location of the potential U.S.-North Korea summit is "down to two countries," but didn't specify what those two countries are. Park Hee-jun, Arirang News.


9. Trump says he thinks meeting with Boeing CEO brought positive results

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Trump says he thinks meeting with Boeing CEO brought positive results

President-elect Donald Trump spoke briefly to reporters, Dec. 21, outside the Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla.


10. Michael Wolff Says He Thinks His Book Will End Trump's Presidency

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Michael Wolff Says He Thinks His Book Will End Trump's Presidency

Michael Wolff gave an interview to BBC Radio 4 to discuss his new book “Fire and fury.” During the interview Wolff said that the view that Trump is unfit to be president is becoming widespread. He went on to say that his book lends itself to “the perception and the understanding that will finally end.. This presidency.” Donald Trump and The White House have dismissed the book as “tabloid fiction.


11. Ex-Trump Aide Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Grand Jury Order. Unless He Doesn’t.

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Ex-Trump Aide Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Grand Jury Order. Unless He Doesn’t.

Ex-Trump Aide Sam Nunberg Says He Will Refuse Grand Jury Order. Unless He Doesn’t. But they are unfairly targeting Roger Stone.” The subpoena also demands any documents related to Carter Page, a former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser who was secretly surveilled by the Justice Department as part of the Russia investigation, as well as Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman, and his deputy, Rick Gates. Sam Nunberg, a onetime Trump campaign aide who recently met with investigators for the special counsel, set cable news alight on Monday when he declared that he was subpoenaed to go before a grand jury on Friday, but that he was unlikely to appear or to provide documents he was ordered to hand over. They include President Trump; the departing White House communications director, Hope Hicks; the former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski; Stephen K. Bannon, the president’s former chief strategist; Mr. Trump’s longtime bodyguard, Keith Schiller; the former Trump Organization lawyer Michael D. Cohen; and Mr. Stone, a longtime confidant of Mr. Trump’s. Mr. Nunberg was fired by Mr. Trump during the summer of 2015 and thus was gone from the campaign in November. Mr. Nunberg added that the president often sounded “like a moron, but this whole thing is a witch hunt.” Mr. Nunberg said he anticipated his lawyer, Patrick J. Brackley, would fire him for speaking publicly. Part of the subpoena document, which Mr. Nunberg provided to , is dated Feb. 27 and makes no mention of requiring him to appear before the grand jury.


12. Exclusive : Joe Rogan Says, He will resign with UfC at 2017 end

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Exclusive : Joe Rogan Says, He will resign with UfC at 2017 end

Exclusive News: Joe Rogan Asked He will resign with UfC at 2017.


13. No regrets - says the Wall Rahul Dravid on being asked whether he still thinks about not winning a World Cup as a player.

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No regrets - says the Wall Rahul Dravid on being asked whether  he still thinks about not winning a World Cup as a player.

No regrets - says the Wall Rahul Dravid on being asked whether he still thinks about not winning a World Cup as a player.


14. Trump says he will nominate James Mattis to be defense secretary

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Trump says he will nominate James Mattis to be defense secretary

President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday night made a surprise announcement at his "thank you" rally, saying he will nominate retired general James "Mad Dog" Mattis to be his defense secretary.


15. Trump says he will allow JFK documents to be made public

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Trump says he will allow JFK documents to be made public

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17. Judge Gorsuch says he will stand up to Trump

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Judge Gorsuch says he will stand up to Trump

Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch faced hours of questioning on Capitol Hill on Tuesday. Despite being nominated by President Trump, Gorsuch adamantly insisted he would stand up to Mr. Trump. Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the hearing.


18. McCain Says He Will Continue To Support Trump

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McCain Says He Will Continue To Support Trump

On Wednesday, Arizona Sen. John McCain said he intends to support Donald trump, period. He will not go back on his pledge to support Trump as the Republican Party's presidential nominee regardless of many Trump comments that have brought reprimands from McCain and other top Republicans. McCain said he will not expand on the long statement he issued in response to Trump's criticism of the parents of an Army captain killed in Iraq in 2004.


19. Trump Says Wall Cost Will "Come Way Down" Once He Starts Negotiating

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Trump Says Wall Cost Will

Donald Trump tweeted Saturday about how he will bring the cost of the border wall "way down."


20. Donald Trump says he will 'leave business' to focus on presidency

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Donald Trump says he will 'leave business' to focus on presidency

Donald Trump made a major announcement this morning on Twitter – he’s finally announced he’s leaving his business to focus entirely on the presidency.