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Op-Ed: Trump's withdrawal from WHO another sign he's not fit to lead

The U.S. State Department and the United Nations say the Trump administration formally notified the UN Monday of its intention to withdraw from the WHO, triggering a 12-month withdrawal process that will end with the US exiting on July 6, 2021.

Trump plans Afghanistan withdrawal of another 4,000 troops

As part of the peace deal the US signed with the Taliban the end of February the US agreed to withdraw troops down to 8,600 by the end of July. But by last week officials announced that withdrawals had already reached that target.

Op-Ed: Evidence emerges of Trump's interference in key COVID-19 research

A case has been made, based on official government documents, that President Trump has personally interfered in blocking a U.S. collaboration on coronavirus research, aimed at attempting to ascertain the origins of the virus.

Pentagon 1033 program helps to militarize US police

When US police flooded street across the US to control protesters a couple of weeks ago, to many the scene looked as if the army had been deployed as many police had camouflage uniforms and combat gear, armored vehicles, and high-powered assault weapons.

Trump may veto suggested Senate changes to the NDAA

While the US House controlled by Democrats often challenges Trump policy in the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) it is not often that the Republican-controlled Senate does so but Senate revisions are provoking a possible Trump veto.

Op-Ed: Trump's scorn of global warming kills our chance to stay below 2C

The Trump administration has expressed little concern over climate change or the environment as it pursues its goal of American dominance in the energy market.

Op-Ed: Trump orders 9,500 US troops back from Germany

Relations between the US and Germany have reached such a low level that the Trump Administration has announced that 9,500 troops will be returning from Germany to the US.

Op-Ed: Trump agrees US may not need active troops to control protests

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper opposed President Donald Trump's idea of invoking the Insurrection Act so as to deploy active-duty US troops in US cities to quell protests against the murder of George Floyd by a police officer.

Op-Ed: Skanktopia — Trump and McCarthy vs America

Washington - The infamous Senator Joe McCarthy and Trump have a lot in common. McCarthy started years of persecution of individuals, blacklists, and attacked opponents, whether they existed or not. Trump is much too similar.

Op-Ed: Threats, lies and executive orders — The Trump presidency

With the death toll from the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. now over 100,400 people, President Donald Trump, more concerned about his reputation and reelection in November, is taking his war with Twitter to a new level.

Op-Ed: Trump touts new military asset — A 'Super-Duper missile'

President Donald Trump on Friday boasted that the US military is developing a new "super-duper" missile that he claimed can travel 17-times faster than anything in the current arsenal, a claim the Pentagon was unwilling to confirm.

Op-Ed: Trump vetoes Congress resolution to limit his power to start wars

The Iran War Powers resolution was passed in the US Senate in February and then In the House of Representatives in March. On Wednesday it was vetoed by President Trump who claimed it was insulting and dangerous as it limited his ability to attack Iran.

Op-Ed: Trump wants all troops out of Afghanistan amid coronavirus fears

With a peace deal signed in February between the Taliban and the 12,00 US, troops are already being withdrawn from Afghanistan. However, as concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic rise Trump would like to remove all US troops sooner rather than later.

Op-Ed: US demands more cost-sharing money from South Korea for US troops

US has for months been demanding that South Korea pay a huge percentage of the cost of keeping US troops in the country. However, the issue still remains unresolved.

Op-Ed: Georgia governor displays lack of knowledge about health issues

Brian Kemp, the Republican governor of Georgia, admitted on Wednesday that he had only just learned that asymptomatic individuals can still spread coronavirus — even though health experts had warned about the possibility as early as January.

Op-Ed: US envoy warns Palestinians not to pan Trump plan at the UN

Kelly Craft, US Ambassador to the United Nations, on Friday issued a statement warning the Palestinians against expressing any criticism of Trump's "Deal of the Century" peace plan. She said that any complaints would achieve nothing.

Taliban annoyed at US added demands prior to peace talks

President Trump has recently demanded that the Taliban unconditionally agree to a "reduction of violence" before peace talks on Afghanistan can even commence. This has frustrated the Taliban who were annoyed by additional US demands.

Op-Ed: Was Soleimani killed for saying 'bad things' about the US?

President Trump has changed his narrative as to what justified the US assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani. He first stressed that Soleimani was assassinated because of an imminent threat of his attacking US interests.

Op-Ed: Esper denies seeing evidence of imminent attack on US embassies

On Friday President Trump said he believed that assassinated Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was plotting to attack four US embassies. However, Trump offered no evidence for his belief. The appended video contains Trump's remarks on the imminent attacks.

President Trump signs $738 billion defense spending bill for 2020

Washington - US President Donald Trump signed a huge defense bill on Friday that authorizes $738 billion for fiscal year 2020. The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) grants a based budget of $658.4 billion plus $71.5 billion for overseas contingency operations.

Op-Ed: South Korea rejects US demands for annual $5 billion payment

After just two days of negotiations between South Korea and the US on cost-sharing of the US military operations in the country the talks have ended in failure. No more talks have been scheduled before the existing deal expires on December 31,

Op-Ed: US officials claim US will not leave Syria any time soon

Mark Esper, US Secretary of Defenses and General Mark Milley testified to the US House Armed Services Committee that the US will continue to have troops in Syria for many years. They claimed it was hard to foresee all US forces withdrawing anytime soon.

The number one most inflammatory topic at work is Trump

New data reveals President Trump is the #1 topic most likely to cause a heated argument at work. This is especially timely now as the impeachment hearings continue taking center stage in the news.

NATO reduces percentage of budget US pays from 22 percent to 16

NATO has announced a change to its budgeting. The change will reduce the percentage of its central budget that will be paid by the US. The US contribution will be reduced from 22 percent of the budget to just 16 percent.

Review: Randy Rainbow pokes fun at impeachment inquiry with parody video Special

On November 22, acclaimed comedian and singer Randy Rainbow released his new parody video "He's Just a GURL Who'll QUID PRO QUO."

Trump condemns two Congress motions on Turkey

As Turkish president Recep Erdogan is expected to visit the White House next week, US president Donald Trump has expressed his opposition to two recent resolutions of the US Congress.

US reported to be building two bases near Syrian oil fields

Local sources in eastern Syria report that the US appears to be preparing to build two substantial military bases in the Soor area which is close to major oilfields that the Trump administration claims it will retain.

Trump notifies UN of intention to withdraw from Paris agreement

World leaders and environmental groups have reacted with a mix of anger and dismay as Donald Trump has signalled the U.S.'s intention to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement.

Trump's claim to Syrian oil complicates US mission in Syria

President Trump in a recent speech in Chicago said that the US was staying in Syria to control the oil. However, he also said that the US was "keeping the oil" and claimed it was worth $45 million per month.

Op-Ed: Doubts surface about Trump's account of viewing Baghdadi death

Washington - Parts of Trump's narrative about Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's death are likely made up rather than actually seen by the president. Trump makes it sound like he was watching a Hollywood film when in reality what he was watching was quite different.
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