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Trump’s impeachment inquiry ‘advertising tool’ for Democratic Party: Analyst
The impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump will fail to yield any results and is just an “advertising tool” for the Democratic Party to marshal popular support for the 2020 presidential election race, says an American political analyst and radio host.
‘Democratic Party is just as much a war party as the Republicans’: Mike Gravel
Former Democratic Senator Mike Gravel has said that “the Democratic Party is just as much a war party as the Republicans,” but praised US Representative and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard over her position on foreign policy.
Italy's 5-Star, opposition clash over potential cabinet roles
Talks on forming a new Italian government ran into trouble on Tuesday as the ruling 5-Star Movement and the opposition Democratic Party (PD) traded accusations over key jobs, including that of interior minister.
Congress should move forward with impeachment proceedings against Trump: Biden
Leading Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden has said that the US Congress should move forward with impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump if he blocks efforts to investigate matters "left undone" by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, just 18 months before the 2020 presidential election.
Trump lashes out at Democratic Party, presidential opponents at Wisconsin rally
US President Donald Trump has used a massive rally in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin to brag about a strong US economy and lash out at his Democratic presidential opponents who have pledged to prevent his re-election next year.
Furious row erupts over anti-Semitism in US Democratic Party
A furious row over anti-Semitism erupted in the US Democratic Party as its leadership attempted to pass a resolution in the lower chamber of Congress to condemn language used by a Muslim congresswoman.
Obama slams Walker, GOP 2016ers for 'foolish approach' on Iran deal
President Barack Obama swatted away as "foolish" pledges from would-be 2016 presidential candidates to undo the nuclear deal being finalized with Iran if elected.

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