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President Donald Trump took a Twitter victory lap in his ongoing war of words with North Korea on Wednesday morning, seemingly ratcheting down tensions that have been raised for over a week between the United States and the reclusive country. The president seems likely to be talking about reports that North Korea had backed down from its threat of launching a missile attack against Guam, an American territory with strategic military value.

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Clay Aiken has finally taken a stand against President Trump‘s views on race, and he’s sorry it took him this long to get here. Did Trump call the shots on-set back in the day, according to Aiken?

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If You Lie Down With Dogs, You Come Up With Fleas [-0.12]

Posted on Aug. 16, 2017, 9:48 a.m. by AVC @ [source]

I don’t know enough to say with any confidence that our President is a supremacist.

Instead, for political reasons, if not for other reasons, we have our President asserting their morality.

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Wednesday, August 16, marks two years and two months to the day that Donald Trump descended the escalator in the eponymous Trump Tower and began arguably the most improbable presidential campaign in American history. That includes Saturday’s short and lacking statement, Monday’s more forceful, TelePrompTer-fed remarks and Tuesday’s unscripted Manhattan press conference.

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Celebrities really are just like us: Staring at their phones in disbelief as social media algorithms beam exhausting and omnipresent news.

And as POTUS’ remarks once again raised doubts about his condemnation of white supremacists, whom he called “very fine people,” celebrities added their voices to the national conversation.

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In the span of less than two days, five members of the President’s American Manufacturing Council have resigned. They’re distancing themselves from President Trump, and in response, he called them “grandstanders.” But a closer look shows strong differences between the resignations and fascinating moments in leadership.

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President Donald Trump condemned “both sides” for the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend that was sparked by a white nationalist rally.

Trump made the remarks at a press conference called to talk about infrastructure, but it quickly devolved into a shouting match as Trump appeared frustrated and angry when reporters asked him about his much-criticized response to the violence over the weekend.

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Former President Barack Obama’s tweet in response to the horrid acts of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has already become one of the most liked tweets in internet history.

Obama was praised for rising to the occasion with what many are calling a “presidential voice.” While President Donald Trump did give his regards to the people of Charlottesville over Twitter, his “so sad” tweet did not give people the hope that Obama’s tweet inspired.

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Trump retweets someone calling him a ‘fascist’ [-0.01]

Posted on Aug. 15, 2017, 12:41 p.m. by The Daily Dot @ [source]

President Donald Trump retweeted someone who referred to him as a “fascist” early Tuesday morning before quickly deleting the tweet.

The president appeared to be trying to share a story from Fox & Friends, a favorite morning talk show of the president’s, that said he was “seriously considering” pardoning Joe Arpaio, a controversial former Arizona sheriff.

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Following in the footsteps of Merck CEO Ken Frazier, the Under Armour CEO announced Monday evening that he will no longer serve on the president's council on manufacturing and jobs. In February, following the uproar over Trump's Muslim-focused executive order, the now-former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down from his post on the Strategic and Policy Forum.

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After several days of facing mounting criticism for not specifically denouncing the white supremacist groups at the center of violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, President Donald Trump called racism “evil” during a speech at the White House on Monday afternoon.

Trump’s remarks came two days after violence in Charlottesville reached a boiling point, culminating in the death of Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old counterprotester, when a driver with suspected ties to neo-Nazi groups plowed his car into a crowd and sped away.

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Donald Trump Jr. is always looking for ways to support his father.

Monday morning was no different, as Trump Jr. found a tweet from what appeared to be WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange claiming there was a “double standard” from people when comparing responses from President Donald Trump and other leaders in the wake of the white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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President Donald Trump takes a harsher stand against the media than he has against white supremacists in a campaign video released on Sunday.

The video, which is titled “Let President Trump Do His Job,” says the media has been “attacking our president” and labels them “enemies” that are preventing his “plan” from succeeding.

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President Donald Trump says he might attack Venezuela: “We have many options for Venezuela, including a possible military option if necessary.” He’s apparently not satisfied with the possibility of conflict with North Korea, a likely escalation in fighting in Afghanistan, continued military involvement in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen, a potential naval confrontation with Beijing in the South China Sea, and an ongoing army build-up in Europe. Conquer Caracas, install a friendly politician as the new president, and rebuild the devastated nation?

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One day after the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white supremacist protesters faced off against anti-racist counter-protesters, political leaders from across the spectrum have weighed in to condemn the violent and racist bigotry that was on display. A total of 19 people were reportedly injured in the attack, while one person―32-year-old paralegal Heather Heyer―was killed.

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Trump Not 'Dangerous' Enough On North Korea [-0.07]

Posted on Aug. 13, 2017, 4:01 a.m. by Forbes Real Time @ [source]

America, President Trump said on Friday, is ready for war. So far, the American leader is not doing nearly enough to force Kim in better directions.

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Donald Trump escalated his war of words with North Korean President Kim Jong-un Friday on Twitter, and some are questioning whether the president violated the app’s terms of service in the process.

Following a series of off-the-cuff remarks, Trump doubled-down on his willingness to unleash “fire and fury” on North Korea if the secluded nation continues to test its nuclear capabilities and threaten the United States.

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Jim Cramer spoke to Hassane El-Khoury, the president and CEO of Cypress Semiconductor, about the newly envisioned future of his company.

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Jim Cramer spoke with U.S. Concrete President and CEO Bill Sandbrook about the company's current undertakings and the state of U.S. infrastructure.

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Jim Cramer caught up with Adam Selipsky, the president and CEO of Tableau Software, for the latest on the company's machine learning developments.

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