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  • If Donald Trump is unfit, use constitutional powers to remove him from office, says US Senator

    Washington: A US Senator has said that it was time to use constitutional powers to remove President Donald Trump from office if top officials thought he was unfit for the job. “If senior administration officials think the President of the US is not able to do his job, then they should invoke the 25th Amendment,” Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren told CNN on Thursday.

  • Official’s attack treason, gutless: Donald Trump

    Tokyo : Donald Trump’s “erratic” and “amoral” behaviour is “detrimental” to America’s health, an anonymous official has warned in an explosive op-ed in a leading US daily and said many top officials are working diligently to frustrate parts of the President’s agenda and his “worst inclinations”.

  • US President Donald Trump slams book on his administration

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has slammed an explosive book about his administration. Trump on Wednesday said the book, written by US veteran investigative journalist Bob Woodward, “means nothing” and called it “a work of fiction” during a photo op with visiting Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah at the White House, Xinhua reported.

  • NAFTA talks with Canada going very well, says Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that negotiations with Canada to incorporate it into the revised North American Free Trade Agreement are going “very well”, and he revealed that he spoke this week with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

  • China denies Donald Trump’s claim it hacked Clinton’s emails

    Beijing: China has denied an accusation by US President Donald Trump that it hacked the emails of Hillary Clinton, his Democratic opponent in the 2016 election. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said at a regular briefing today that “We are firmly opposed to all forms of cyberattacks and espionage.”

  • US President Donald Trump accuses Google of rigged search results about him

    Washington: President Donald Trump is accusing Google and other US tech companies of rigging search results about him “so that almost all stories & news is BAD” – and though he is offering no evidence, a top adviser says the White House is “taking a look” at whether Google should face federal regulation. Google is pushing back sharply, saying Trump’s claim simply wasn’t true: “We never rank search results to manipulate political sentiment.”

  • US Senator John McCain passes away at 81 due to brain cancer

    New York: Influential US Senator John McCain, a Vietnam war hero and a towering figure in the American political scene, who turned out to be a prominent critic of President Donald Trump has died following a battle with an aggressive form of brain cancer. He was 81.

  • Prosecutors grant immunity to longtime Trump finance chief

    New York : US President Donald Trump’s finance chief, a confidant who has worked for the family’s real estate business since the early 1970s, was granted immunity in the federal probe of former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, two people with knowledge of the situation has told The Associated Press.

  • Twitterati react to TIME magazine’s latest cover which shows US president Donald Trump drowning in Oval Office

    Time magazine has again put US President Donald Trump on their cover. The latest cover, shows Trump in the Oval office, the office is flooded with water. Times shared this cover on twitter which was captioned “In Deep”. The magazine cover for this week is a continuation of a three part series which shows the problems surrounding the Oval Office.

  • Donald Trump hell-bent on isolating the US

    The world may not be against the United States but three countries – Turkey, Russia and Iran – have good reason to be. Add Donald Trump’s $717 billion defence bill aimed at China, bickering over trade with the European Union, and the grim challenge of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and one gets some idea of the formidable isolation in which the Lone Superpower finds itself.

  • US-China trade talks end with no breakthrough

    Washington/Beijing : US and Chinese officials ended two days of talks on Thursday with no major breakthrough as their trade war escalated with activation of another round of duelling tariffs on $16 billion worth of each country’s goods.

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    US President Donald Trump declares emergency in Hawaii as Hurricane Lane approaches

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has declared a state of emergency in Hawaii given the imminent arrival of Hurricane Lane, which is threatening to develop into the most powerful storm in decades in the archipelago. The declaration on Thursday authorises the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to coordinate their rescue and relief efforts in natural disasters and to funnel federal funds to the areas affected, Efe news reported.

  • China, US trade war escalates amid talks

    Beijing : China on Thursday slapped 25 per cent tariffs on American imports worth about $16 billion in retaliation to a similar move by the US as the two economic giants escalated their trade war.

  • Donald Trump’s ex-lawyer Michael Cohen says ‘happy’ to aid Russia probe

    Washington: US President Donald Trump’s ex-lawyer, Michael Cohen, is said to be “more than happy” to speak to the inquiry into alleged collusion with Russia. Cohen pleaded guilty on Tuesday to violating finance laws during the 2016 presidential election by handling hush money for Trump’s alleged lovers.

  • United States slaps 50% anti-dumping duties on India metal pipes

    Washington : The US has announced hefty preliminary anti-dumping duties on metal pipes imported from India, China and four other countries, in an aggressive tactic by the Trump administration to protect the American industry and lower the trade deficit.

  • US-China trade war hits $100 bn in goods

    Washington: From iconic Harley Davidson motorcycles and American bourbon to machinery and computer processors, the world’s two largest economies have exchanged punitive tariffs that slice through a wide swath of key products.