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Ms Wilkinson said that she asked Ms Sanders to talk to her outside before explaining "that the restaurant has certain standards that I feel it has to uphold, such as honesty, and compassion, and cooperation". "I'm not a huge fan of confrontation", Wilkinson told the Post . Ms Sanders confirmed she was asked to leave in a tweet on Sunday. One fearless restaurant owner made a decision to take a stand against the Trump administration on June 23.
  • Immigration. Malgré les critiques, Donald Trump reste droit dans ses bottes

    Immigration. Malgré les critiques, Donald Trump reste droit dans ses bottes

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    Ce vendredi, l'administration américaine a annoncé que 2000 enfants ont été séparés de leurs parents tentant d'entrer illégalement aux Etats-Unis depuis la mi-avril. dans un restaurant mexicain. L'enregistrement des cris d'enfants dans les centres de détention. " Nous ne pouvons pas et n'allons pas encourager les gens à amener des enfants en leur donnant une vaste immunité face à nos lois ", s'est ainsi justifié hier, Jeff Sessions, le ministre de la Justice.
  • Critics Rip NYT for Killing Audio Interview With Stephen Miller

    Critics Rip NYT for Killing Audio Interview With Stephen Miller

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    The issue is that Davis interviewed Miller a few weeks ago for a big story about the topic, but hadn't discussed the other ways the audio could be used. "White House officials objected, saying that they had not agreed to a podcast interview". White House senior adviser Stephen Miller waits for the arrival of President Donald Trump to the National Space Council in the East Room of the White House, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Washington.
  • Melania Trump is basically an anti-Trumper

    Melania Trump is basically an anti-Trumper

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    That question, included in a document given to immigrants who are arrested and separated from their children at the U.S. -Mexico border, is at the heart of the Trump administration's new policy toward immigrant families. Officials said American parents are also separated from their children if they break the law and have to go through the judicial process. US first lady Michelle Obama , right, and former USA first lady Laura Bush laugh as they participate in an African First ...
  • Dead, 20 Injured Following Shooting At New Jersey Festival

    Dead, 20 Injured Following Shooting At New Jersey Festival

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    An all-night arts festival in Trenton, N.J. ended in chaos as gunfire broke out, resulting in 22 injuries, 17 of them by gunshot wounds, and the death of one shooting suspect. Saturday to 3 p.m. Sunday. Onofri said police were investigating a possible attempted carjacking in an alley outside the festival after the shooting, when a man may have pointed a gun at a vehicle carrying three people.
  • To prosecute migrants, 'you have to take the children away'

    To prosecute migrants, 'you have to take the children away'

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    ProPublica has released a recording of children sobbing and wailing after being separated from their parents at the southern USA border. Since the announcement of President Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" approach over immigration began earlier this year, almost 2,000 children were separated from their parents at the border.
  • China may have 'underestimated' Trump's resolve

    China may have 'underestimated' Trump's resolve

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    The benchmark index of Chinese stocks fell nearly 4 per cent, other Asian share markets declined and US equity futures traded lower, while safe havens including the yen, gold and Treasuries climbed. Beijing immediately retaliated by matching the USA levy, but Mr Trump asked officials on Monday to identify $200bn of Chinese goods to be subject to a 10% tariff.
  • Attaque au cutter au supermarché — Var

    Attaque au cutter au supermarché — Var

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    L'expert psychiatre qui a examiné cette personne âgée de 24 ans estime que sa personnalité n'était pas atténuée lorsqu'elle s'en est pris, à la caisse d'un supermarché Leclerc, à un client âgé de 60 ans en criant " Allahou Akbar", avant de blesser une caissière de 28 ans qui tentait de s'interposer.
  • DHS Secy: Trump Administration Did Not Create Policy That Separates Families

    DHS Secy: Trump Administration Did Not Create Policy That Separates Families

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    The family separations have prompted bipartisan outrage. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen speak to the media during the daily briefing in the Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House , Monday, June 18, 2018 . Border Patrol agents are now referring nearly all illegal immigrants at the border for prosecution, and prosecutors are bringing cases against majority.
  • Emmanuel Macron recadre un collégien:

    Emmanuel Macron recadre un collégien: "Tu m'appelles Monsieur le président"

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    Ce lundi 18 juin 2018, Emmanuel Macron a commémoré l'appel à la résistance du général de Gaulle, au Mont-Valérien, comme l'ont fait ses prédécesseurs. Et Emmanuel Macron ne s'est pas arrêté à cette remontrance. Donc tu peux faire l'imbécile, mais aujourd'hui c'est la Marseillaise , le Chant des partisans , donc tu m'appelles "Monsieur le président de la République" ou "Monsieur".
  • Près de 90 % des Allemands veulent plus d'expulsions | Europe — Migrants

    Près de 90 % des Allemands veulent plus d'expulsions | Europe — Migrants

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    La CSU demande que l'Allemagne refuse à sa frontière les migrants ayant déjà été enregistrés dans d'autres pays de l'Union européenne, ce qui marque une rupture avec la politique d'ouverture d'Angela Merkel . "La justice a ouvert une enquête pour " corruption " et " dépôt en bande organisée de demandes d'asile abusives ". Le vice-chancelier Olaf Scholz, un social-démocrate, a appelé ses partenaires à mettre fin au conflit: " la tâche de gouverner notre pays n'est pas un nouvel épisode de ...
  • US troops in SKorea not part of talks

    US troops in SKorea not part of talks

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    The Pentagon said Friday that it will begin working to align its training and readiness activities to the stated desire of President Donald Trump to end military exercises on and around the Korean peninsula. Meanwhile, former USA officials and defence analysts said Trump's decision on joint military exercises could weaken allied defenses in the Asia-Pacific, and potentially damage diplomatic relations in the region.