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CNN: Assassinating Trump Could Keep Obama Administration in Power

As the nation prepares for the peaceful transfer of power on Inauguration Day, CNN is dreaming up scenarios whereby the Obama administration can keep power if President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence were blown up as they prepared to take to oath of office. Via: breitbart.com On the Wednesday, January 18 broadcast of CNN’s The Situation Room, host Wolf ...

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Trump’s hardline on China to help counter a “belligerent” Beijing

Amid increasingly tense Sino-U.S. ties, John Bolton, a former American ambassador to the U.N. and a top adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, has called for a closer U.S. military relationship with Taiwan to help counter a “belligerent” Beijing. Via: .japantimes.co.jp In a commentary published Tuesday in The Wall Street Journal likely to stoke anger in China, Bolton said Washington “could enhance ...

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Donald Trump Inaugural Parade Rehearsal – 15 /1/17

Donald Trump Inaugural Parade Rehearsal – 15 /1/17 15:00 Donald Trump Inaugural Parade Rehearsal – 15 /1/17 15:00 – Capitol Hill The military stand-ins for the President, Vice President and their wives, salute the troops while standing on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building during the Pass and Review during the Department of Defense Dress Rehearsal, in front of ...

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The U.S. Has Done It In 45 Countries Worldwide – Election Interference

America has a long history of meddling in the elections of foreign countries, new research shows Via : vocativ.com Russia’s attempt to sway the 2016 election continues to consume American politics as the Obama administration struck back with a series of punishments targeting Russia’s spy agencies and diplomats. The White House on Thursday moved to expel 35 suspected Russian intelligence operatives from the ...

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How Trump Tapped Into Social Networks’ Power

In February 2014, a friend called Marc Andreessen, a founder of Netscape and a board member of Facebook, and asked if he wanted to meet with a man with an idea that sounded preposterous on its face.  Via: Brünnhilde Always game for something new, Mr. Andreessen headed to the San Francisco airport late one night to hear the guy out. A ...

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Fort Lauderdale Int’l Airport shooting suspect Esteban Santiago

Federal law enforcement sources said the suspected gunman in a deadly attack at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport got into an argument during his flight from Alaska to Florida. Records suggest the Fort Lauderdale Airport shooter Esteban Santiago is Puerto Rican, a fan of Japanese anime cartoons, and possibly a radical Islamic terrorist. This is a developing story and there’s a ...

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After Israel and Russia, outgoing US administration meddles in Indus Waters dispute

The fabled Narendra Modi-Barack Obama friendship may have been just for the cameras. For the outgoing US administration led by President Obama has started something that won’t be appreciated by Prime Minister Modi as the best parting gift from the former. According to a report in Pakistani newspaper Dawn, the US has started the process for “peacefully” resolving the Indus ...

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The last 24 hours of Trump

President-elect Donald Trump long ago earned a reputation for being unpredictable in his statements, but he outdid himself on Thursday. In the span of just a few hours, Trump shook international relations by undercutting the Obama administration over a UN resolution on Israeli settlements, indicated he would ramp up nuclear competition with Russia and then jolted a major defense contractor ...

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Facebook’s secret rules of deletion

Facebook refuses to disclose the criteria that deletions are based on. SZ-Magazin has gained access to some of these rules. We show you some excerpts here – and explain them. Introductory words These are excerpts of internal documents that explain to content moderators what they need to do. To protect our sources, we have made visual edits to maintain confidentiality. ...

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IBM Employees Launch Petition Protesting Cooperation With Donald Trump

IBM EMPLOYEES ARE taking a public stand following a personal pitch to Donald Trump from CEO Ginni Rometty and the company’s initial refusal to rule out participating in the creation of a national Muslim registry. In November, Rometty wrote Trump directly, congratulating him on his electoral victory and detailing various services the company could sell his administration. The letter was published on ...

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