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Trump dismissed the idea that Putin wanted him to win. Putin just admitted that he did.

Trump dismissed the idea that Putin wanted him to win. Putin just admitted that he did.

Trump repeatedly dismissed the suggestion that the Russian government supported his presidential aspirations. Not it's on the record.

  • by Eugene Scott

Opinion & Perspectives

Trump, in sucking up to Putin, betrays his country

My fellow Americans, we are in trouble and we have some big decisions to make. This was a historic moment in the entire history of the US.

Thomas Friedman

    In Helsinki, Trump shows his weakness for Putin to the world

    This was a disaster for Donald Trump on his own terms, not just in the eyes of the ‘fake news’ media he so often derides.

    Nick Miller
      Nick Miller

      Eight alternative uses for Elon Musk’s Tiny Submarine

      I believe in Supermusk and I love his Tiny Submarine™ and I have been hard at work thinking of other ways he could save us with this delightful submersible.

      John Birmingham
        John Birmingham
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        North America

        'Open Treason': Trump slammed by media, everywhere but Russia

        'Open Treason': Trump slammed by media, everywhere but Russia

        Front pages in the US and around the world are slamming Donald Trump for "treasonous" comments in Helsinki. In Russia, it's a different story.

        • by Jenny Noyes
        Helsinki meeting leaves America First behind

        Helsinki meeting leaves America First behind

        When the history of Donald Trump's presidency is ultimately written, July 16, 2018, will have a special entry.

        • by Dan Balz

        Europe

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        Asia

        In Pakistan, even the terrorists can become politicians

        In Pakistan, even the terrorists can become politicians

        As the violence-marred election approaches, the Pakistani courts are allowing candidates to run even when they are on a terror watch list.

        • by Maria Abi-Habib
        Killer heat wave blankets flood-ravaged Japan

        Killer heat wave blankets flood-ravaged Japan

        An intense heat wave has killed at least 14 people in areas still recovering from floods that killed hundreds last week.

        • by Elaine Lies

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        Flashback: Nelson Mandela's journey to President complete

        Flashback: Nelson Mandela's journey to President complete

        Nelson Mandela was born 100 years ago today. On the anniversary we remember a pivotal moment in both his life and world history, the South Africa presidency.

        • by Ross Dunn

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