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The trio, who were joined by two women, chatted for roughly three hours, per our source. Ruddy, you may recall, was until recently saying Priebus was in over his head and was to blame for some of Trump’s stumbles. Priebus and Bannon have been telling every journalist in town that yes, they do get along. **SUBSCRIBE to Playbook: http://politi.co/1M75UbX ATTN. CAPITOL HILL -- Trump Month Two: Talks on health care and on tax overhaul, by AP's Julie Pace: White House chief of staff Reince Priebus told The Associated Press that he expects a health care plan to emerge in 'the first few days of March.' Pressed on whether the plan would be coming from the White House, Priebus said, 'We don't work in a vacuum.' On Sunday, White House advisers held a three-hour meeting on health care at Trump's South Florida club, their third lengthy discussion on the topic in four days.
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They “misled nobody” and there was “no falsification whatsoever” to the public he told MPs. As if a product not breaching regulations has ever formed the basis of a good advert. Nobody at VW talks to each other Tory MP Mark Menzies criticised the VW boss for repeatedly starting sentences by reminding MPs that what he was about to say was “only to the best of [his] knowledge”. To the “best of [his] knowledge”, the UK director told MPs, it is still “implausible” that senior staff knew about a scandal affecting 1.2million vehicles in the UK. “It’s only [his] opinion”, though remember. To the “best of his knowledge”, there will be no “physicalreport published by Jones Day – a firm specifically hired by VW to produce an “independentreport investigating what went wrong at the company. “One can only conclude because it contains evidence that runs counter to what they’ve said publicly and to this committee,” said transport minister John Hayes.
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The group operates a website where people who want to explore leaving white extremism can submit contact information. It also conducts educational and counseling programs including the Facebook group where members sometimes chat with extremists trying to change their lives, Picciolini said. "I started the organization ... because it was so difficult to leave that movement," he said. "Even though I'd abandoned the ideology, I wasn't ready to give up my community and my power and my identity, and I knew how hard it would be for other people to leave this type of ideology or this type of movement." Another group, One People's Project, was started by Daryle Lamont Jenkins of Philadelphia. Aside from monitoring racist groups, Jenkins — who is blackconfronts white nationalists at public gatherings and talks one-on-one with willing white supremacists as he can, trying to show them there's a way other than hate.
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Jenner said she still gets "choked up" when she talks about the terrifying ordeal
Daily Express
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NORWAY has said it would like to be included in any transitional Brexit talks between the UK and EU.
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NORWAY has said it would like to be included in any transitional Brexit talks between the UK and EU.
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However, Der Speigel claims that even Neumann was surprised by how advanced the talks were, because GM had promised his electric car brand ideas would be put to a board-level vote by May. The negotiations with PSA are understood to have involved Detroit-based GM executives, with no input from GM Europe officials. Indeed, German publication Business Week has also reported that the deal to sell Opel to PSA was handled behind the backs of Opel officials by US-based GM officials. It claims Neumann was aware of negotiations but was advised of GM's true intention to sell to PSA only late last week. He was reportedly under the impression the negotiations were based around further platform sharing rather than the outright sale of Opel. GM boss Mary Barra reportedly travelled to Germany together with board member Dan Ammann to talk to Opel board members.
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NORWAY has said it would like to be included in any transitional Brexit talks between the UK and EU.
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