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The president's awards prompted a bit of a backlash.
The president has explained that he amazed medical staff last week by walking on a treadmill.
Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig penned an essay in October outlining a series of hypothetical scenarios that could take place were an ongoing probe to find evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia ahead of the election.
"I love the people. There’s a tremendous warmth. And they’re very hard-working people," Trump said, before taking them off the immigration list.
Silicon Valley relies on more foreign-born workers than domestic ones, reports say.
Brady reportedly collided with a teammate.
What progress China helps accomplish with Pyongyang is swiftly undone by Moscow, the U.S. leader said.
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