Trump denies racism and silence of Republican leaders.

Trump denies racism and silence of Republican leaders.

Donald Trump vigorously defended on Tuesday any racism, but his violent tweets aimed at four minority Democratic candidates have caused unease among many elected Republicans, party whose leaders remain silent for the time being. “These tweets were NOT racist, there is not an ounce of racism in me!”, The US president urged, calling on his […]

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Theresa May finds Trump 's recent tweets totally unacceptable

Theresa May finds Trump ‘s recent tweets “totally unacceptable”

Decidedly, President Donald Trump seems to have provoked via Twitter one of his specialties. This Sunday, the US head of state has attacked several elected Democrats suggesting they “return to the places broken and infested with crimes from which they came”. The British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned them as “totally unacceptable”. If Donald Trump […]

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Donald Trump maintains his racist attacks on four Democratic elected

Donald Trump ‘s government wants to deny asylum to Mexico migrants.

Donald Trump’s government announced on Monday a measure that locks access to asylum for migrants arriving at the southern border, arousing the wrath of Mexico and immediate legal recourse. The republican administration said it would refuse, as of Tuesday, asylum applications made at the southern border by migrants who have not sought refugee status in […]

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Donald Trump maintains his racist attacks on four Democratic elected

Donald Trump maintains his racist attacks on four Democratic elected

Her violent tweets against minority women elites provoked outrageous reactions even in her own camp. The US president persisted Monday. With the approach of the presidential election of November 2020, Donald Trump seems determined to play racial tensions in order to galvanize his electoral base – mostly white – but also to sow division among […]

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Four elected Democrats respond to Trump attacks

Four elected Democrats respond to Trump attacks

Four elected Democrats in the House of Representatives respond to Donald Trump’s racist attacks on them. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (New York), Ilhan Omar (Minnesota), Ayanna Pressley (Massachusetts) and Rashida Tlaib (Michigan) point out at a press conference in Washington that the President of the United States is making a diversion to avoid discuss its policies, especially […]

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United States has more girls graduates than boys graduates

United States has more girls graduates than boys graduates

Now the majority of the workforce graduates, women are still less well paid. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, there are for the first time more women than men with a doctoral degree in the US labor market. A historic step attesting to a transformation of gender inequalities in this area. Since […]

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Tolled in Washington after Trump attacks with xenophobic accents

Tolled in Washington after Trump attacks with xenophobic accents

“If you’re not happy here, you can go!”: After a series of tweets with xenophobic accents, Donald Trump intensified on Monday since the White House his attacks against four elected Democrats, accusing them of disliking America . The presidential tweets of the weekend, advising four minority women to “return” to their country of origin, sparked […]

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Trump confirms an eviction operation of undocumented migrants this weekend.

Trump confirms an eviction operation of undocumented immigrants this weekend.

US President Donald Trump confirmed Friday that a huge operation to expel undocumented immigrants would begin this weekend. “They came illegally,” he told reporters from the White House gardens, saying the immigration police would “send (these illegals) back to their country.” This wave of arrests was announced on June 21 by the Republican billionaire, then […]

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Giant power blackout in New York, Times Square in the dark

Giant power blackout in New York, Times Square in the dark

A giant blackout powerless for a few hours on Saturday night part of Manhattan, plunging into the dark subway stations, blocking elevators, turning off traffic lights and light signs from Times Square, New York’s hotspot . West of Manhattan, about 73,000 users were deprived of electricity in the early evening, said at a press briefing, […]

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United States thousands of illegal immigrants in the anguish of expulsion

United States: thousands of illegal immigrants in the anguish expulsion

Thousands of illegal immigrants were anxiously waiting in the United States for the wave of police raids announced for Sunday by President Donald Trump, prior to a deportation operation he considers an “obligation”. Dozens of protests across the country and calls for restraint will have done nothing. Earlier Sunday, immigration officials (ICE) are expected on […]

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