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As a trade war looms with the U.S. and nuclear negotiations slow, Xi Jinping is making his debut visit to North Korea, shortly after Kim Jong Un's recent trip to Russia.
Mohammed Morsi was toppled by a military-backed coup amid more mass protests in 2013 and arrested on various charges.
Three-quarters of Democrats say sexism factored into Hillary Clinton's 2016 loss but a sizable chunk of left-leaning male voters still don't trust a woman to defeat President Donald Trump in 2020.
"We are making an important step toward the rise of Ramat Trump," Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a special ceremony.
The South Bend, Indiana mayor made the remarks in response to the suggestion he is "too young, too liberal [and] too gay" to be president.
The Republican senator said he supports a military strike against Iran in the wake of attacks against commercial oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week.
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"The president is perfectly happy with continuing the tariff movements that we've already announced, as well as imposing the new ones that he has temporarily suspended," Ross said.
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