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In our news wrap Monday, President Trump met with members of the U.N. Security Council at the White House, where he warned them that the situation in North Korea is "unacceptable" and stressed that they may need to take firm, new action. Also, former President Obama made his first public appearance since leaving office, urged compassion in dealing with illegal immigration.
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US President Donald Trump congratulated NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson for her record-breaking time in space, during a video conference from The White House to the International Space Station (ISS), Monday. During their conversation the president asked Whitson if there is "a timing for actually sending humans to Mars? Is there a schedule and when would you see that happening?" Whitson reminded Trump that he had signed a bill last month that intends for humans to go to Mars in the 2030s. The astronaut also pointed out that "space flight takes a lot of time and money, so getting there will require some international cooperation." "Well we want to try and do it during my first term or at worst during my second term, so we will have to speed that up a little bit," responded Trump. Video ID: 20170424 029 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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After two weeks away, the 535 members of Congress return to Washington on Monday facing a critical deadline: they have five days to keep the government from shutting down, on the 100-day milestone of Donald Trumps presidency. In a rare show of bipartisanship, Democrats and Republicans are united in their determination to keep the lights on. But its unclear how they will navigate the competing interests of their parties and the White House to find a solution that the three sides...
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What a class act. Cenk Uygur and John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "At Monday's White House Easter Egg Roll, President Trump fumbled his way through the national anthem, chatted up the Easter Bunny about the future of America, then headed into the crowds to spend a little time with the children. While shaking hands and greeting people, Trump was asked by a kid to sign a hat. He graciously agreed. Then he graciously threw the hat to... somewhere… The hat-owner-slash-young-person can be heard screaming "no!" (albeit a little dramatically) while Trump laughs about the whole thing. There's a hand reaching out to accept it back maybe, oh, three inches from the hat before it gets tossed gleefully. He has fun!”* Read more here: http://mashable.com/2017/04/17/trump-throws-hat/#gJ8WOatu2aqs Hosts: Cenk Uygur, John IadarolaCast: Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola *** The Largest Online News Show in the World.
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Being spoofed on Saturday Night Live is a time-honored tradition and most politicians of both parties realize, at minimum, the PR advantages of appearing to be in on the joke. Not so for White House press secretary Sean Spicer. At the Easter Egg Roll Monday, Spicer was questioned by CNN about the latest Melissa McCarthy sketch spoofing him this past weekend (see also: "Holocaust centers"). He said he hasn't been able to catch it because, wouldn't you know it, SNL is on very late and he's usually in bed. Also, he's not familiar with YouTube, apparently. SEE ALSO: LOL Melissa McCarthy just destroyed Sean Spicer again on 'SNL' Read more... More about Entertainment and Entertainment
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Yesterday, when discussing what the precursor for future US air strike on Syria could be, we said expect to hear much more about white phosphorus in the coming days: it will be the catalyst for the next round of Syrian airstrikes. In retrospect, we may have been aiming too high. In the latest apparent shift of the White House's official stated position on what could draw a U.S. military response in the Syrian conflict, on Monday afternoon press secretary Sean Spicer warned that the use of either chemical weapons or the use of barrel bombs on civilians could draw fire, literally, from the Trump administration. Here is the exchange in question: Question: Is the red line for this White House chemical warfare? Is conventional warfare enough to get the president to go further than this White House is going? SPICER: I think the president has been very clear that there are a number of lines that were crossed last week.
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Last month UNC basketball coach Roy Williams lit into the president for tweeting out 'bulls***'. Now he says he'll need to 'think on' a visit to the White House to celebrate Monday's win.
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