Donald Trump: Meeting with Kim Jong-Un ‘May Not Work Out’

“You never know about deals…..I’ve made a lot of deals,” he told reporters in the Oval Office on Tuesday during a meeting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. “You never really know … It may not work out for June 12.”

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The Art of the Deal: Trump’s DACA Roundtable Changes Everything

It will be remembered as a moment that defined his presidency: Donald Trump, flanked by leading Democrats, and joined by members of both parties, led a roundtable discussion Tuesday about how to resolve the problems created by the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and illegal immigration in general.

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Netanyahu: Peace Will Come from Working with Arab Partners

JERUSALEM – Working with Arab nations is the key to peace with the Palestinians, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the White House press conference Wednesday, while President Donald Trump concurred, calling the idea “terrific.”

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Netanyahu, Obama To Hold Meeting In New York On Wednesday

TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama will meet in New York on Wednesday during the United Nations General Assembly, to discuss the recently agreed U.S.’ military aid agreement.


LAPD Took Mexican Mafia Killer to Dinner for $22,000

On Friday, the Los Angeles Police Department released a report delineating the details of the appearance of a former shot caller for the Mexican mafia at a dinner for some members of the LAPD and business leaders. The LAPD admitted

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LAPD Arranged Downtown Speaking Gig for Convicted Mexican Mafia Lord

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is taking criticism after acknowledging that the LAPD and business leaders met with Rene “Boxer” Enriquez, 52, a former shot caller for the Mexican mafia, while using public resources to aid his transportation and security. Beck said Thursday “mistakes were made” and pledged to “more thoroughly review future events before committing LAPD resources,” according to the Los Angeles Times.

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