Supreme Court Authorizes Trump to Block Recruitment of Transgender Soldiers

Supreme Court Authorizes Trump to Block Transgender Soldiers Recruitment

The US president had asked the country’s highest court to block the recruitment of transgender soldiers, citing “a great risk to the efficiency and lethal power of the military.” Justice still has to decide on this issue on appeal. The United States Supreme Court on Tuesday authorized the administration of President Donald Trump to block […]

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Trump signs a decree restricting in the right of asylum

Trump signs a decree restricting in the right of asylum

Donald Trump signed Friday a decree drastically restricting the right of asylum in the United States. The text prohibits any immigrant who has arrived illegally in the United States from applying for asylum, contrary to what has been authorized for decades.  WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Donald Trump signed a decree Friday drastically restricting the right to […]

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Donald Trump apologized to the judge Brett Kavanaugh and his family

Donald Trump apologized to the judge Brett Kavanaugh and his family

Confirmed Saturday by the Senate after an intense political struggle of several weeks, Brett Kavanaugh was officially sworn in this Monday. At this White House Supreme Court inauguration ceremony, Donald Trump apologized to the judge and his family, referring to allegations of sexual abuse against his candidate. “On behalf of our nation, I wish to […]

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Donald Trump apologizes "in the name of the nation" to Judge Kavanaugh

Donald Trump apologizes “in the name of the nation” to Judge Kavanaugh

Judge Kavanaugh: The President of the United States Donald Trump  sworn in the 53-year-old magistrate, confirmed this weekend by the Senate after an intense political struggle of several weeks. “On behalf of our nation, I wish to apologize to Brett and the entire Kavanaugh family for the terrible pain and suffering that you have been […]

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Senators who voted for Kavanaugh represent only 44% of Americans

Senators who voted for Kavanaugh represent only 44% of Americans

Since it is elected in less populous states, the majority of Republican senators represent fewer voters than a minority of Democratic senators. Judge Brett Kavanaugh‘s confirmation process, which has been charged with sexual assault and is suspected of lying under oath, has been one of the most controversial in American history. While a narrow majority […]

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Brett Kavanaugh Trump's judge divides america

Brett Kavanaugh : Trump’s judge divides america

Washington (AFP) – On the verge of being inducted into the United States Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh shares with Donald Trump a fundamental characteristic: his personality radically divides Americans. Except last minute reversal, the conservative magistrate of 53 years will be confirmed Saturday to the prestigious institution by a vote on the wire of the […]

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