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  • Donald Trump ready for another meeting with Kim Jong-un, says official

    Washington: White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has said that President Donald Trump was open to another meeting with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un despite National Security Adviser John Bolton’s assertion that Washington is still waiting for Pyongyang to take steps toward denuclearization. Trump has received another letter from Kim, which Sanders described on Monday as “very warm” and “very positive”, noting that the White House will not release the letter unless Kim

  • Sarah Sanders quashes reports of leaving White House

    Washington DC : White House Secretary Sarah Sanders on Wednesday quashed the reports of her leaving the White House. Sanders took to her Twitter handle to inform that she was attending her child’s event when false stories about her exit from the White House were released.

  • Donald Trump says ‘we’ll have to see’ on summit with Kim Jong-Un

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has reacted cautiously to North Korea’s threat to cancel a planned summit with Kim Jong-Un next month, saying “we’ll have to see.” after Pyongyang publicly voiced its concern over being pushed “into a corner” on nuclear disarmament.

  • PM Modi-Xi Jinping summit a ‘good thing’: White House

    Washington:  The White House has given a thumbs up to last week’s meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping, saying it was a “good thing” that the world leaders were getting along.

  • Release of controversial Republican memo fuels Trump and FBI distrust

    Washington : The bitterness between Donald Trump and the FBI has intensified after the release of a controversial Republican memo, with the president calling it a “disgrace” while the agency’s chief pledging to defend his agents.

  • White House tells Iran to respect citizens’ basic  right to protest

    “The citizens of Iran have paid a heavy price for the violence and extremism of their leaders and the Iranian people long to reclaim their country’s proud history, its culture, its civilisation and its cooperation with its neighbours” Sarah Sanders/White House Secretary.

  • Trump snubs questions on slurred speech, to release med records

    Washington : US President Donald Trump will have his medical tests next year after which doctors would release his health records, the White House said on Friday while dismissing as “ridiculous” the questions about his slurred speech, reports PTI.

  • Donald Trump to donate USD 1 million for Harvey flood relief ops: White House

    Washington: US president Donald Trump will donate USD 1 million of his personal money for flood relief operations in Texas and Louisiana which have been hit by the catastrophic Hurricane Harvey, the White House has said. Harvey has brought the heaviest rainfall in US history, soaking Texas with more than 52 inches since it first made landfall last Friday. At least 38 people have been killed as a result of the devastating

  • Donald Trump to address nation on US engagement in Afghan, South Asia

    Washington: President Donald Trump will address the US troops and the nation on his plans for Afghanistan and South Asia, the White House has said. “President Donald J Trump will address our nations troops and the American people tomorrow night at 9:00 pm (EDT)from Fort Myer in Arlington, VA, to provide an update on the path forward for America’s engagement in Afghanistan and south Asia,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said