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Abe Frets About Trade in Chamber Speech Before Trump Meeting

February 10, 2017
Isabel Reynolds, Margaret Talev, Jennifer Jacobs | Bloomberg Politics
Abe will meet today with President Donald Trump and then travel to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida for the weekend.
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Backing away from a fight, Trump to honor one-China policy

February 10, 2017
Simon Denyer, Philip Rucker | The Washington Post
President Trump just backed down from what could have been a serious fight with China.
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Yemen Withdraws Permission for U.S. Antiterror Ground Missions

February 8, 2017
David Sanger, Eric Schmitt | The New York Times
Yemen has withdrawn permission for the United States to run Special Operations ground missions against suspected terrorist groups in the country.
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Trump Defends Travel Ban, Supports NATO

February 7, 2017
Alexis Simendinger | Real Clear Politics
President Trump defended his immigration order to temporarily bar travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries Monday.

Donald Trump’s worldview and how the world views the new president

February 3, 2017
The panel reports on the new world order of the Trump administration and the influencers jockeying for power inside the White House.
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Trump administration sanctions Iran on missile test

February 3, 2017
Carol Morello, Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
The Treasury Dept. placed new sanctions on Iran Friday, in response to a ballistic missile test that led the White House to announce it was putting Iran "on notice."
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Trump Tells Israel New Settlements May Hurt Peace Process

February 3, 2017
Joe Sobczyk, Margaret Talev | Bloomberg Politics
President Trump told the Israeli government that building new settlements in disputed West Bank territory may complicate attempts to reach a peace with the Palestinians.
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Trump Embraces Pillars of Obama’s Foreign Policy

February 3, 2017
Mark Landler, Peter Baker, David Sanger | The New York Times
President Trump, after promising a radical break with the foreign policy of Barack Obama, is embracing some key pillars of the former administration’s strategy.
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