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Donald Trump calls Hillary Clinton ‘devil’

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has called his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton “the devil”, taking name calling a step further, media reports said.

At a campaign rally in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Trump on Monday night told the crowd that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders “made a deal with the devil” when he agreed to back Clinton and help bring his supporters on board for her campaign, CBS News reported.

“He made a deal with the devil,” Trump said, adding “She’s the devil. He made a deal with the devil.”

Trump went on to say Sanders and his supporters all know he made a “bad deal” when he endorsed Clinton last month.

Trump has linked Clinton to the devil before, saying in the past that Sanders “sold his soul to the devil” but this is the first time he has been so explicit in this attack, NBC News reported.

Such language adds to the barrage of other insults he levels at her regularly the most popular with his supporters being the moniker, “Crooked Hillary”.

He did admit, however, to looking forward to meeting Clinton later this fall on the debate stage.

“I look so forward to the debate with Hillary, I look so forward,” NBC News quoted the Manhattan billionaire as saying.

Last week, Trump was in the midst of criticism from Democrats and Republicans for his remarks about a US Muslim soldier’s parents.

Former Republican candidate John McCain became the latest senior party membet to criticise Trump for his attack on the parents of US Army Captain Humayun Khan, who was killed by a car bomb in 2004 in Iraq, at the age of 27.

Trump created controversy by suggesting that Humayun Khan’s mother Ghazala Khan had been prevented from speaking alongside her husband Khizr Khan at the Democratic convention last week.

The soldier’s parents told the BBC it was time to stand up to Trump but he accused them of “viciously” attacking him.

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Trump confirms CIA chief met Kim Jong Un in North Korea

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Donald Trump confirmed CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with the leader of North Korea last week.

“Mike Pompeo met with Kim Jong Un in North Korea last week. Meeting went very smoothly and a good relationship was formed, ” U.S. President Trump says in Twitter post.

He added: “Details of summit are being worked out now. Denuclearization will be a great thing for world, but also for North Korea!”

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President Trump says WTO ‘unfair to U.S.

China, which is a great economic power, is considered a Developing Nation within the World Trade Organisation.

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WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump blasted the World Trade Organization on Thursday, saying the international trade body was “unfair” to the United States while giving China “tremendous perks and advantages,” but he offered no evidence or examples to back up his claim.

“China, which is a great economic power, is considered a Developing Nation within the World Trade Organization. They therefore get tremendous perks and advantages, especially over the US Does anybody think this is fair. We were badly represented. The WTO is unfair to US,” Trump wrote on Twitter.

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President Trump suggests no deal on DACA

He also urged Republicans in charge of the Senate to “go to Nuclear Option to pass tough laws Now.”

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Washington, April 2 : US President Donald Trump suggested on Sunday that there would be no deal to legalize the status of hundreds of thousands of “Dreamers”, undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children.

“No MORE DACA DEAL!” Trump said in an emphatic tweet Sunday morning. DACA refers to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, an Obama administration program that shields Dreamers from deportation, Xinhua reported.

Trump shut it down last fall but gave lawmakers six month to come up with a permanent solution.

Though Congress has been unable to reach a consensus on the issue and stalled the progress, legal challenges to the Trump order has managed to keep DACA in place for now.

The President tweeted a claim on Sunday that Border Patrol agents can’t do their jobs properly because of “ridiculous liberal (Democrat) laws” that allow people caught for illegally staying in the country to be released while awaiting a hearing.

He also urged Republicans in charge of the Senate to “go to Nuclear Option to pass tough laws Now.”

In order to end debate and move forward to a vote on a measure or piece of legislation, Senate rules require 60 votes in the 100-member Senate. Republicans now only control 51 seats, and GOP Senate leaders have opposed Trump’s repeated call to change the longstanding rules.

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