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which one to generate some excitement of the last last days of the campaign No briefly of course of a week or so ago this is looking like a one horse race at the Poles of certainly closing that we go in for a final exciting few days to think what we ask me I think it's it look like to be a presidential profession did it at the start this campaign and set me the polls America Jeremy Corbyn leaves outperform people's expectations during the campaign um so if he is going to be exciting Tories have been rattled slightly and nervous starting to show I still think there in the end you're a 10 point lead in the polls if you believe the polls has a pretty substantial 14 Theresa May in the last time the campaign in there will be a focus on that this choice between her and Jeremy Corbyn and the possibility of this called and with that only become prime minister at the head of a coalition involving the SMP for the Dynamics of a campaign should favour Theresa May in the last time the campaign she still got a substantial lead.
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is because she is to tell me to get her campaign back onto the central question as far as they're concerned which is this presidential choice between her and Jeremy Corbyn so I think she will be trying to focus on leadership and then that context you be talking a lot about brexit and should be talking about the response to the Manchester terrorist attack last week I think I'm Jeremy Corbyn spotted yes I think he wants to get away from the question of personality and all the rest and back onto policy you sticky labels policies to spend more money on public services infrastructure and all the rest of it so don't be trying to get back on the Dead call messages because I'm sure the actions only 10 days away and the girls this is the closest I get exposed to a proper leaders debate do you think this all shed much light only the person that has a potential pro prime minister and change people's Minds to do things really change people's opinions fucking sometimes people look at leaders in a slightly different ways.
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who predicted trump or breakfast or auntie called in sick so it's a wee wee but you've got a something that is indeed a possibility I still think when it comes down to it the public will look at Jeremy Corbyn and think what angle set the only way that he could conceivably cousin's number 10 Downing Street will be at the head of a coalition which involved the SMP I think that was that was in the end what what's really did Ed Miliband go back in 2015 wasn't the idea of some English Tory voters thinking anglers that you've got a week Labour leader I'm having the strings called behind the scenes by Nicola Sturgeon up in Edinburgh and I wouldn't go for it so I still think at the end of the day Theresa May will be Prime Minister but it's not been the presidential profession that many people predict this is certainly getting a lot more interesting George Parker the political editor of the Financial Times thanks a lot for joining us at 7:16 your.
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The Iran Project
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He put the number of the foreign visitors to Isfahan Province during the first and second thirty days of the 60-day period at 85,000 and 123,810, respectively. The official added in the same period of time, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands, the UK, Austria, China and Japan ranked first to 10 respectively, in terms of having the largest number of tourists to Isfahan. “The number of tourists to Isfahan Province did not drop even during the days when Iran’s presidential and local elections was the country’s hottest topic and candidates had reached the peak of their electoral campaigns, holding campaign meetings and delivering stump speeches.” Foreign tourists in front of the traditional bazaar of Isfahan – a popular tourism site in the city. He said many of the foreign visitors were shocked by Iraniansmassive turnout in the elections, adding they said this was the first time they were witnessing this level of democracy being practiced in a Middle Eastern country.
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By Tom Engelhardt | ( Tomdispatch.com ) | Hes huge. Outsized. He fills the news hole at any moment of any day. His over-tanned face glows unceasingly in living rooms across America. Never has a president been quite so big. So absolutely monstrous. Or quite so small. Hes our Little Big Man. I know, I know... he induces panic, fear, anxiety, insomnia. Shrinks in liberal America will tell you that, since November 2016, their patients are more heavily medicated and in worse shape. Hes a nightmare, a unique monster. Its been almost two years since he first entered the presidential race and in all that time I doubt theres been a moment when the cameras havent been trained on him, when he wasn't breaking news. (By May 2016, he had already reportedly received the equivalent in earned media of nearly $3 billion in free advertising.
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Ebrahim Deen | (Informed Comment) | Hassan Rouhani’s victory in Last Friday’s Iranian presidential election, by a large majority, portents a continuation of the country’s path toward global reengagement, both on a more popular level and in terms of economic and political cooperation. The intensified nature of this electoral campaign does however point to an increasing tension between state institutions such as the presidency and the more ‘shadowy’, parallel institutions, including the Guard Core (IRGC) and parts of the clerical establishment, tasked with protecting the Islamic nature of the 1979 revolution. This is especially since historically presidents have always been more confrontational with such institutions in the latter ends of their tenures, best evidenced by former president Ahmadinejad’s fallout with the Supreme Leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei) in 2011.
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The BJP leadership, on a high after the victories in the last round of assembly polls, is keen to prove its strength in every electoral contest to establish its political supremacy.
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President Donald Trump returned to the life he is accustomed to in Washington Sunday, assailing news media reports on the White House turmoil linked to investigation of his aides and their ties to Russia. On his first morning back from a 9-day trip to the Middle East and Europe, Trump declared on Twitter that his "trip was a great success for America. Hard work but big results!" Then, he quickly turned to long-standing grievances against the media. "It is my opinion that many of the leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media," Trump said. "Whenever you see the words 'sources say' in the fake news media, and they don't mention names, it is very possible that those sources don't exist, but are made up by fake news writers. #FakeNews is the enemy!" Trump and White House aides face months of investigations into their alleged ties to Russia officials during the presidential campaign and afterwards.
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Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday cast doubt on reports that White House adviser Jared Kushner sought to establish secretive lines of communications with Russian officials. “I don't trust this story as far as I can throw it,” the Republican senator said. The Washington Post reported on Friday that Kushner discussed during the presidential transition the possibility of establishing back channel communications with the Kremlin that would have evaded U.S. monitoring, according to intercepted conversations between Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and Moscow. The South Carolina Republican said he found it “suspicious” that Russia would allow such a dialogue to be caught by U.S. monitors. “I think it makes no sense that the Russian ambassador would report back to Moscow on a channel that he most likely knows we’re monitoring,” he told host Dana Bash on CNN’s “State of the Union.
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On social media there were strong feelings, with many pointing to the suspect's apparent extreme right wing views. Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted that no one should have to endure this racist abuse. And no one should have to give their lives to stop it. After the attack, the Council on American-Islamic Relations urged President Trump to speak out against increasing.
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Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, pressed on White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s reported attempts to establish secretive lines of communication with Russia during the presidential transition, said any such channels of communication are “a good thing.” While not confirming reports that Kushner discussed with Russian officials how to create secret back channels of communication that escaped potential U.S. monitoring, Kelly said that any attempts to strengthen dialogue with Russia were a positive. “I dont know if it is true or not, I know it’s being reported in the press,” Kelly said on Fox News Sunday, before being told by anchor Chris Wallace that the network had confirmed that the discussion between Kushner and Russian officials had taken place. “I think that any channel of communication back or otherwise, with a country like Russia is a good thing,” he said.
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whose spread bigotry. Violent words can lead to violent acts. On social media there were strong feelings, with many pointing to the suspect's apparent extreme right wing views. Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted that no one should have to endure this racist abuse. And no one should have to give their lives to stop it
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During the presidential transition, when a friend called me to discuss whether he should accept a national security post in the Trump administration, I advised him to do so. My thinking was that the more mature, thoughtful people we had in the administration, the better. But over the last two weeks, I have come to think I was wrong. I no longer believe in the “adults in the room” theory of containing President Trump and the similarly erratic and ignorant people around him. The prime reason I have come to believe I was wrong was the experience of watching Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Trump’s second national security adviser, make a series of statements. On the evening of Monday, May 15, he appeared before cameras at the White House to respond to a Washington Post article reporting that the president had shared sensitive intelligence about terrorism with Russian visitors.
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Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted that no one should have to endure this racist abuse. And no one should have to give their lives to stop it. After the attack, the Council on American-Islamic Relations urged President Trump to speak out against increasing Islamophobia in the US. CHANTS: Not in our town!.
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