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  • 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.

  • American media dying to see me make mistake: US President Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump said the American media was “dying to see” him make mistake, as he continued his public criticism of the press a day after the White House barred a reporter from attending one of his events.

  • US President Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star vandalised

    Los Angeles: US President Donald Trump’s star on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles has been vandalised again, officials said. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) on Wednesday said Trump’s star on Walk of Fame was vandalised with pickaxe by a man who turned himself in to Beverly Hills police later, Xinhua news agency reported.

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    American people have to bear the cross

    Donald Trump is truly different — he evokes a lot of smirks and scowls but having been elected to such a high office, he is lord of his own destiny till such time as the US elects the next President. Strange are the ways of destiny. There had to be an American President to question and repudiate past international agreements like the climate deal of Paris and the US-Iran nuclear deal, agreements

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    US-Russia summit: Donald Trump a ‘little wet noodle’, says Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Los Angeles: Veteran action star and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has attacked President Donald Trump saying he acted like a “fan boy” of Russian President Vladimir Putin in their “embarrassing” press conference. The “Terminator” star, 70, slammed Trump in an Instagram video after the president held a press conference with Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.

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    Trump-Putin Summit! US and Russian President pledge fresh start to their troubled relations

    Helsinki: President Trump stood next to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia on Monday and publicly challenged the conclusion of his own intelligence agencies that Moscow interfered in the 2016 presidential election, wrapping up what he called a “deeply productive” summit meeting with an extraordinary show of support for a leader accused of attacking American democracy, reports the New York Times.

  • US President Donald Trump arrives in Scotland amid protests

    Glasgow: US President Donald Trump has arrived in Scotland as thousands of people gathered to protest against his visit. The President and First Lady Melania Trump touched down at the Prestwick Airport at 10.10 p.m. on Friday after completing his two-day working trip to the UK, reports the BBC.

  • Former President Barack Obama voted best US President of recent years: Survey

    Washington: Forty-four per cent of Americans believe that former President Barack Obama did “the best job” of any president in their lifetime, according to a new survey. Obama, who served two terms, is the best or second-best president of their lifetime, Politico quoted the Pew Research Centre survey.

  • Breast is best: Pamela Anderson writes to UN

    Los Angeles: As US President Donald Trump’s administration officials opposed a breastfeeding resolution of the World Health Organisation (WHO), actress Pamela Anderson on behalf of PETA wrote a letter to UN stating the importance of breastfeeding for newborns.

  • President Trump denies US opposition to WHO breastfeeding resolution

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has defended US efforts to reportedly undermine a World Health Organisation measure in support of breastfeeding. A New York Times report claimed US officials fought against language that all governments should “protect, promote and support breastfeeding”. The report alleges that the US threatened countries over the resolution, which eventually passed. A government spokesperson called the reports “patently false” on Monday, BBC reported. On Twitter, Trump “called

  • Nandita Das to speak at Les Napoleons in France

    Mumbai: Actor-director Nandita Das will be speaking at Les Napoleons session in France’s Arles. The 48-year-old actor, known for films such as “Fire” and “1947: Earth”, will talk about the importance and relevance of truth in art and cinema.

  • Sacha Baron Cohen teases new project ‘mocking’ Trump

    Los Angeles: Actor-comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has posted a teaser for a new project that appears to take on US President Donald Trump. “He’s back… as you’ve never seen him before.” The words are interspersed with a “Happy Fourth of July” message from Trump and footage of the President saying “Sacha Baron Cohen, go to school! Learn about being funny”, reports variety.com.

  • JK Rowling calls out Donald Trump over typos, declares him ‘the Gratest Writer’

    London, Author JK Rowling took potshots at US President Donald Trump for making a grammatical error in a tweet while boasting about his writing ability. Trump in a tweet, hailed himself as “best selling” author. “After having written many best selling books, and somewhat priding myself on my ability to write, it should be noted that the Fake News constantly likes to pour over my tweets looking for a mistake.