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Mattis: Daesh will surge back after Trump's Syria withdrawal
Former US Defense Secretary James Mattis has said that Daesh "will resurge" in Syria, following President Donald Trump's withdrawal of troops from the region.
Trump has no ability to implement his agenda on Korean peninsula: Analyst
US President Donald Trump has no real ability to move forward on his agenda which is to resolve the Korean conflict and to get the American forces out of the Korean peninsula, a former American Senate foreign policy analyst says.
Federal courts rule against Trump over impeachment probe
Some federal courts dealt blows to US President Donald Trump on Friday just as the limits of his legal strategy to block an impeachment inquiry into his recent exchange with Ukrainian leader became clear.
Most Democrats willing to risk 2020 US election to impeach Trump: Poll
Most Democrats want to impeach US President Donald Trump, even if it increases the prospect for the re-election the Republican president in the 2020 US presidential election, according to a new poll.
Trump betrayed this nation, should be impeached: Biden
US President Donald Trump has “betrayed” the nation and “should be impeached,” says the top Democratic hopeful for the 2020 presidential election, Joe Biden, whose ties with Ukraine are at the heart of impeachment efforts in the House of Representatives.
Trump: Going to Middle East worst decision in US history
US President Donald Trump says the United States’ military engagement in the Middle East is the "worst decision ever made” in US history.
Trump’s withdrawal decision leaves Britain’s Syria policy in disarray
US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw American military forces from the Syria-Turkey border has caught everyone by surprise, including the UK, which counts as one of America’s strongest allies.
Democrats call on US diplomats to testify over Ukraine saga
A number of US diplomats have been called to Capitol Hill for closed-door testimony this week as Democrats build their impeachment case against President Donald Trump, while the White House considers ways to slow down the process.
Key Republican senators break with Trump over probing Biden
US President Donald Trump’s push to investigate his top 2020 rival, Joe Biden, has been rejected by several key Republicans, who think the presidential office should not be used to smear a political opponent.
‘I beat you like a drum’ in 2020 election: Biden to Trump
US Democratic presidential front-runner Joe Biden has lashed out at President Donald Trump for his efforts to "destroy" the former vice president and his family, vowing to beat the US president "like a drum" in the 2020 election.
Trump's trade tactics imperil jobs of those who might vote for his second term
US President Donald Trump’s cunning plan to make America great again by launching a trade war with China has officially backfired.
Trump’s impeachment inquiry seeks to divert attention from US problems: Analyst
The escalating impeachment inquiry by Democrats against US President Donald Trump is an effort to distract Americans from the nation’s foreign and domestic problems, a former US Senate candidate says.
Trump orders significant NSC staff cut
US President Donald Trump has ordered a significant staff cut in the National Security Council (NSC) as an imminent impeachment looms on the horizon.
Anti-Iran front falters: Israeli daily
The three leaders who have led an anti-Iran campaign in recent years are now mired in their own domestic crises, according to an analysis published in the Israeli newspaper, Haaretz.
Trump sees 'very good chance' of trade deal with China
US President Donald Trump says his administration has a "very good chance" of making a trade deal with China, and insisted there were no links between the trade talks and his request for Beijing to investigate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

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