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US Secretary of State John Kerry said that he does not believe that president-elect Donald Trump will repeal everything he says he will when his administration comes into power on Friday, speaking at the World Economic Forum, in Geneva on Tuesday. SOT, Thomas Friedman, journalist for the New York Times (English): "There are people here, Mr. Secretary, myself included, are walking around with a pit in their stomach, a fear that so many of the things you just articulated and achieved could be reversed in a week." John Kerry, US Secretary of State (English): "I don't believe they will be. I just don't believe that. I mean take Iran for instance: if the United States were to decide suddenly and say 'Hey we are not going to pursue this' and so, I'll bet you - I haven't talked to all of them, but I'll bet you - that our friends and allies who negotiated all of this with us will get together.
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Just four days before he hands power to Donald Trump, President Obama welcomes the members of the Chicago Cubs team -- who in November won their first World Series title since 1908 -- to a light-hearted White House ceremony.
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Later, having realised the importance of the research, Steele reportedly continued his investigation without being paid. The 35-page dossier contains a series of unproven allegations against Trump and the assumption that Russian intelligence services could use video recordings and other material as potential blackmail material against the next US President. The claims were summarised in a two-page synopsis prepared for Trump and Barack Obama ahead of a national security briefing last week. Trump has dismissed the “dirty dossier” as “fake news”, “phoney stuff” and “crap”. Without mentioning Steele’s name, he said the author of the dossier was a “failed spy afraid of being sued”. It now turns out that the phony allegations against me were put together by my political opponents and a failed spy afraid of being sued.... Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 13, 2017 On 12 January, US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper released a rare statement, saying that he met with Trump to express his “profound dismay” over the dossier.
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Incoming US President Donald Trump should find a way where both the United States and Russia cut back their nuclear arsenals, otherwise no nuclear arms reduction deal with Moscow will work, says an American author and investigative journalist. In an interview with The Times of London published on Monday, Trump said he will offer to end sanctions imposed on Russia if the Kremlin agrees to “substantiallyreduce its nuclear weapons arsenal. Dave Lindorff, a columnist for Counter Punch and a contributor to Business Week and other news organizations, told Press TV on Monday that Trump’s proposal is “consistent with what he has been saying for some time.” “But because he has been getting hit so hard by the Obama administration’s political appointees and the intelligence community and by the US media, and people trying to say that he is a puppet of Vladimir Putin, he has to look for some kind of a way to do it where he is getting tit for tat in dropping the sanctions,” the analyst explained.
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The president is blaming everyone but himself for his own failed legacy
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