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Trump's sustained attacks on American rights
(CNN) Two years ago Sunday, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump derided US District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel, hearing a lawsuit against Trump University, for his "Mexican" heritage and complained of being "railroaded" by the legal system.


Josh Holt: President Trump welcomes American held in Venezuela ...
President Donald Trump announced Saturday morning American prisoner Josh Holt has been released from prison in Venezuela. His wife, Thamy Holt, was ...
Joshua Holt, American Citizen Held in Venezuela, Released, Trump AnnouncesNew York Times
American freed from Venezuela meets with President Trump: 'I'm just overwhelmed with gratitude'USA TODAY

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BBC News

North Korea's Kim Jong-un 'set on Trump summit'
BBC News
It is North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's "fixed will" that a summit with US President Donald Trump in Singapore should go ahead, state media say. This followed a surprise meeting on Saturday between Mr Kim and the South's Moon Jae-in, who said the North ...
Trump's Off-And-On North Korea MeetingNPR
North and South Korean Leaders Meet in Bid to Salvage US TalksNew York Times
Leaders of two Koreas hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopesReuters
CNBC -The Hill -The New Yorker
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New York Times

Trump Versus Law Enforcement: A Confrontation With No Precedent
New York Times
For more than a year, President Trump has been at war with law enforcement agencies that answer to him, interjecting himself into an investigation in which he himself is a subject. And he has escalated the conflict drastically in recent days by ...
Week 53: Trump Goes Spy Hunting and Gets SkunkedPOLITICO Magazine
Trump: Why didn't FBI tell me about 'phony Russia problem' during campaignThe Hill
Trump's war of attrition against Mueller bears fruit among RepublicansWashington Post
The Atlantic -BBC News -New York Magazine
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Vanity Fair

Trump Blames His Own Cruel Child-Separation Policy on Democrats
Vanity Fair
Amid growing outrage over his administration's policy of separating migrant families crossing the U.S. border, President Donald Trump on Saturday pretended that it wasn't his problem, and suggested the blame should lie with Democrats. “Put pressure on ...
Trump calls family separation policy 'horrible' in tweetPolitico
Trump calls for Democrats to end 'horrible law' that he says separates children from parents at borderFox News
Transcript: White House Chief Of Staff John Kelly's Interview With NPRNPR

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New York Magazine

Trump's Credibility Problem Is Now America's
New York Magazine
Less than a year and a half into his term, President Donald Trump has done more damage to U.S. foreign policy credibility than even the right-wing bogeyman version of Obama managed to do in eight years, yet strangely, few of these credibility hawks ...
South Korean president says he delivered Trump's message to Kim Jong UnABC News
Trump: Date and location for Kim summit 'hasn't changed'CNN
Trump optimistic about North Korea summit as Moon, Kim hold surprise meetingFox News
The Atlantic
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Washington Post

Trump falsely accuses the New York Times of making up a source. It was an official who briefed reporters.
Washington Post
President Trump on Saturday falsely accused the New York Times of using an unnamed source “who doesn't exist” in a story on negotiations between the United States and North Korea, but the official cited spoke to reporters Thursday in a briefing ...
Trump's Saturday of Lies: President Says Official Who Briefed Reporters “Doesn't Exist”Slate Magazine
Trump Falsely Says Times Made Up Source in Report on Korea Summit MeetingNew York Times
The curious case of the White House official Trump says 'doesn't exist'CNNMoney
CBS News -ABC News -NPR
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New York Times

America Last: Trump's Attack on the Amazon Job Machine
New York Times
President Trump has declared war on Amazon, the nation's second most valuable company. Amazon is creating more jobs than all but a handful of entire states. And nearly every major city in the country is vying to land the second headquarters of this ...

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Congress sounds bipartisan alarm as Trump deals on ZTE
WASHINGTON — As the Trump administration reached a deal Friday to reduce sanctions on the Chinese telecom giant ZTE, Congress has shown rare unity in working to prevent the president from giving in to the foreign-backed company in a way that would ...
What President Trump Doesn't Know About ZTETechCrunch
Trump says he'll spare Chinese telecom firm ZTE from collapse, defying lawmakersWashington Post
Trump Administration Plans to Revive ZTE, Prompting BacklashNew York Times
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ABC News

House hopefuls draw on Trump's refusal to reveal tax returns - ABC ...
ABC News
House hopefuls releasing tax returns capitalize on Trump's refusal to show his.

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