Nancy Pelosi reaffirms opposition to wall construction

Nancy Pelosi reaffirms opposition to wall construction

Nancy Pelosi, president of the US House of Representatives, warned Donald Trump on Thursday that it was out of the question to include funding for the construction of the wall he intends to erect at the Mexican border in the budget negotiations of the United States. border security. “There will be no wall funding in […]

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Trump receives a tough Senate snub after the withdrawal from Syria

Trump receives a tough Senate snub after the withdrawal from Syria

The US Senate inflicted Thursday a snub on Donald Trump by voting by a large majority on an amendment criticizing his decision to withdraw troops from Syria, a sign of the strong malaise in the Republican’s own ranks of the president. This amendment “expresses the feeling of the Senate that the United States is currently […]

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Trump describes US intelligence chiefs as naive

Trump describes US intelligence chiefs as “naive”

The words surprise in the mouth of an American president: Donald Trump Wednesday accused the heads of his own intelligence services to be “naive”, having been contradicted by them on several major axes of his foreign policy. If this is not the first time that Donald Trump attacks these large federal agencies highly respected in […]

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US intelligence contradicts Trump's foreign policy

US intelligence contradicts Trump’s foreign policy

In preparing its annual table of major global threats, US intelligence on Tuesday denied Donald Trump major axes of his foreign policy, from North Korea to Iran through the withdrawal from Syria. The often impulsive diplomacy of the Republican billionaire has already shaken many US allies since arriving at the White House two years ago. […]

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United States Trump wants 5 billion for wall, shutdown cost 11.

United States: Trump wants 5 billion for wall, shutdown cost 11.

Congress has three weeks to reach an agreement, and the US president is not optimistic … The shutdown was expensive. The partial closure of federal government services for more than a month has cost the US economy $ 11 billion, of which some $ 3 billion will not be recoverable, according to Congressional Budget Services […]

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Washington administration is thinking of tapping into its oil reserves

Washington administration is thinking of tapping into its oil reserves

The Trump administration plans to tap into the strategic oil reserves of the United States to mitigate the impact on prices of new sanctions against Venezuela, government sources said on Tuesday. “No decision has yet been taken”, he was said. The government imposed Monday sanctions against the Venezuelan oil company PDVSA in order to pressure […]

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Washington warns Caracas against temptation to attack Juan Guaido

Washington warns Caracas against temptation to attack Juan Guaido

Washington : The White House warned Tuesday the Venezuelan regime of Nicolas Maduro against the temptation to attack the opponent Juan Guaido, she recognized as acting president. “Those who try to sabotage democracy and attack Guaido will suffer the consequences,” tweeted Donald Trump’s national security advisor, John Bolton. Bolton was reacting to the decision of […]

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Is Donald Trump right to say that ISIS is defeated in Syria and Iraq

Is Donald Trump right to say that ISIS is defeated in Syria and Iraq?

After the loss of ISIS territories in Iraq and Syria, the group is still a concrete threat to civilians but also to the armed forces on the ground. It also continues to inspire attacks in Europe, like that of December in Strasbourg. “We defeated ISIS in Syria”. This is what Donald Trump asserts in a […]

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When Trump cheats on the shutdown, do you think he doesn't know what he's doing

When Trump cheats on the shutdown, do you think he doesn’t know what he’s doing?

The president Trump is calling for an America where everyone would get along with the help of their neighbor, but certainly not with the federal government. It is most likely the airports that gave up the dikes. Friday, January 25 in the afternoon, while the media relayed loop air disturbances and shutdown [part of the […]

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