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President Donald Trump blasted Democrats on Thursday in a flurry of tweets, accusing them of angling for a government shutdown and suggesting that they are prioritizing protecting Obamacare over spending on defense and border security. “I promise to rebuild our military and secure our border. Democrats want to shut down the government. Politics!” Trump wrote in one of six messages posted on Twitter within minutes of one another. “What's more important? Rebuilding our military — or bailing out insurance companies? Ask the Democrats,” he added in another. With Trump’s administration nearing its 100th day, White House officials and Republicans on Capitol Hill have yet to reach a deal on must-pass legislation to keep the government open past Friday. And even as work continues on a government funding package, the White House has reportedly been pushing GOP leaders to schedule another vote on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, the previous iteration of which failed to garner enough votes in the Republican-controlled House.
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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) said Thursday she is "troubled" that former President Barack Obama, who has, like Warren, decried income inequality and criticized Wall Street bankers, will reportedly receive $400,000 from a Wall Street firm to speak at its health care conference. Money in politics is like "a snake," Warren warned during an interview on Sirus XM's "Alter Family Politics" after she was asked about Obama's speaking fee. "What do you think about President Obama accepting $400,000 from Wall Street?" Warren was asked. "Well, I was troubled by that," the Massachusetts Democrat responded. Warren cited several ways that money influences politics in the nation's capital, saying she and others need to "fight back" against the "rich and powerful." Both Obama and Warren have been outspoken critics of income inequality and Wall Street. Obama blamed Wall Street bankers for the 2008 financial crisis, publicly calling for their accountability, and in 2009 referred to them as "fat cats.
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are not a mugwump. This is a double headed programme. I can't be aloft and detached. It's impossible. I can push you to one side in the screen anyway. Now, when it comes to love it's often said opposites attract. That's certainly true for one couple in Pennsylvania whose politics.
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Harry Styles opened up about his thoughts on equality [BBC] And now the 23 year old has shared some of his core values in an interview with French TV show, Quotidan. The performer was asked a series of questions about Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, when he revealed that he did not talk about politics in public. As a result, the host Yann Barthès then quipped: "But you're in favour of equality: men, woman, gay people, ...
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than people think. For more on the local elections, you can watch the Sunday Politics Show at 11 o'clock on Sunday on BBC One. Richard Long is the only artist to have been short-listed for the Turner prize four times - he won it in 1989. Next week, his largest exhibition in almost a decade will open.
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THERESA May will underline the Toriesattempts to turn the General Election into a presidential campaign by insisting the June 8 vote is about putting either herself in Number 10 or Jeremy Corbyn.
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Theresa May has highlighted warnings from the German Chancellor that the UK will be worse off after Brexit to argue that she needs every vote at the General Election.
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voting Tory and what they said is look, the patriotic thing, irresponsible of politics is faux conservative because she needs a strong hand in negotiations which is a very persuasive argument until you realise she has had her own hands in negotiation, the Prime Minister, by saying I am not going to.
ITV
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but it has taken a High Court ruling for us to hear about it before the election. Pollution campaigners welcome it. It isn't a matter of politics, what the judge said is that when you have a legal obligation and a court order to do something as important as cleaning the air, politics doesn't.
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A final budget won't be known until after bids are opened up, but the province has directed that the project be built within its original $1-billion allocation.
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"The View" co-hosts discuss whom the tax plan will benefit -- and who will suffer.
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"The View" co-hosts discuss the motivations behind the review.