Free Press Journal
  • White House pays tribute to 9/11 victims

    Washington: US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have attended an observance in Pennsylvania — the site of where a fourth plane crash had crashed on September 11, 2001.

  • UK facing political crisis

    Long before he became US president, Richard Nixon observed after touring India that the wonder was not that India was badly governed but that it was governed at all. That remark could more appropriately be made now about Britain in which both the ruling and opposition parties are torn apart by bitter internal wars. As for Brexit, the country doesn’t know whether it’s coming or going.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.”

  • 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.

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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.

  • 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.

  • Trump setback: Ex-aides convicted

    Paul Manafort is convicted of bank & tax fraud; Michael Cohen guilty of campaign finance violation, admits to paying hush money to women, implicates US President.

  • Law enforcement authorities launch search operation for man who threatened to shoot Donald Trump

    Washington: Law enforcement authorities have launched a search operation for a man who’s suspected of threatening to shoot US President Donald Trump, a media report said. Shawn Richard Christy, of McAdoo, Pennsylvania, was last seen in Cumberland, Maryland, on Sunday night driving a stolen vehicle, CNN quoted the authorities as saying on Monday. The US Marshals Service is offering $20,000 for information leading to Christy’s arrest. Christy has been wanted on a

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    US President Donald Trump admits son met Russian lawyer for information on opponent

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has admitted his son met a Russian lawyer in June 2016 “to get information on an opponent”, but argues it was legal. It is his most direct statement so far on the reason for Donald Trump Jr’s meeting with Kremlin-linked lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya in June 2016, BBC reported on Monday.

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    Donald Trump administration plans steeper tariff on import of Chinese products

    Washington: On the direction of US President Donald Trump, his administration is considering to increase the proposed tariff of 10 per cent on import of Chinese products to 25 per cent, a top trade negotiator has said. Such a move would more than double its proposed tariff on import of Chinese products worth USD 200 billion.

  • Donald Trump willing to meet Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani without preconditions

    Washington: US President Donald Trump announced that he was willing to meet his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani without preconditions and “whenever they want”, a sharp departure from his threats against Tehran last week. “I would certainly meet with Iran if they wanted to meet,” Trump said on Monday during a joint news conference at the White House alongside Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. “I do believe that they will probably end up wanting to

  • US President Donald Trump threatens government shutdown over immigration

    Washington: President Donald Trump today threatened a government shutdown if the US Congress refuses to back major changes to immigration policies like establishing a merit-based system, saying America is the “laughing stock of the world” due to the “worst” immigration laws.

  • Donald Trump calls American journalists ‘very unpatriotic’, accuses of putting lives at risk by their reporting

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has called American journalists “unpatriotic” as he accused them of putting lives at risk by their reporting. “When the media – driven insane by their Trump Derangement Syndrome – reveals internal deliberations of our government, it truly puts the lives of many, not just journalists, at risk! Very unpatriotic!” Trump said in a series of characteristic tweets.