The President suggests the practice gives him leverage in negotiating with Democrats on border policy

President Donald Trump suggested Saturday that he is using his administration’s separation of families at the US border as a negotiating tool to get Democrats to cave on his immigration demands, which include funding for a border wall, curbing legal immigration into the US, and tightening the rules for border enforcement.


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Trump cites as a negotiating tool his policy of separating immigrant children from their parents

  1. Trump cites as a negotiating tool his policy of separating immigrant children from their parents  Washington Post
  2. Will He or Won’t He? Conflicting Trump Messages Sow Immigration Confusion  New York Times
  3. Trump Injects Chaos Into Immigration Debate — Opposing, Then Backing GOP Bill  NPR
  4. Trump’s zero-tolerance policy is un-American  CNN
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North Korea Is Either Negotiating or Trying to Scuttle the Nuclear Summit. Here's How They're Doing It.

  1. North Korea Is Either Negotiating or Trying to Scuttle the Nuclear Summit. Here’s How They’re Doing It.  Slate Magazine
  2. Elderly North Korean spies trapped in South yearn for home  Yahoo News
  3. Trump’s hypocrisy, in 1 answer  CNN
  4. Bolton is the new Dr. Strangelove  Washington Post
  5. Trump Backs Away From Demand for Immediate North Korean Denuclearization  New York Times
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What Trump can learn from Reagan about negotiating with North Korea

  1. What Trump can learn from Reagan about negotiating with North Korea  The Hill
  2. Trump should get the Nobel Peace Prize for North Korea talks, Moon says  Washington Post
  3. Trump Should Win The Nobel Peace Prize, South Korea’s Moon Says  NPR
  4. US Wants Proof North Korea Will Dismantle Its Nuclear Program  Wall Street Journal
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Smallville Actress Allison Mack Is Negotiating a Possible Plea After Sex-Trafficking Arrest

  1. Smallville Actress Allison Mack Is Negotiating a Possible Plea After Sex-Trafficking Arrest  PEOPLE.com
  2. Allison Mack Tried to Recruit Emma Watson for Her Alleged Sex Cult  Vulture
  3. ‘Smallville’ star Allison Mack wants to cut plea deal in sex slave case  Page Six
  4. Inside a Secretive Group Where Women Are Branded  New York Times
  5. Allison Mack’s bizarre blog details life in alleged sex cult: ‘It seems like it has been a lifetime in here already’  Fox News
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Who Are the American Prisoners in North Korea? Trump Says 'Good Chance' of Negotiating Release

  1. Who Are the American Prisoners in North Korea? Trump Says ‘Good Chance’ of Negotiating Release  Newsweek
  2. If North Korea Talks Aren’t ‘Fruitful,’ Trump Says He’ll Walk Away  HuffPost
  3. Trump Believes ‘He Alone’ Can End the Korean War – and He Might Be Right  New York Magazine
  4. Sanctions Targeting North Korea Ripple Into Russia  NPR
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Mike Pompeo—Already Negotiating With North Korea—May Get Unprecedented Rebuke From Senate

  1. Mike Pompeo—Already Negotiating With North Korea—May Get Unprecedented Rebuke From Senate  Slate Magazine
  2. Fox & Friends says Senate should confirm CIA Director Mike Pompeo as secretary of state  Media Matters for America
  3. The Pompeo decision should be easy for red-state Democrats  Washington Post
  4. Mike Pompeo hunts for Democratic votes in his floor confirmation strategy  CNN
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Negotiating with Israel would be big mistake: Iran's Supreme Leader

Negotiating with Israel would be big mistake: Iran's Supreme LeaderAny move to negotiate with Israel would be an “unforgivable mistake”, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday, after Saudi Arabia’s crown prince said Israelis were entitled to live peacefully on their own land. Saudi Arabia – birthplace of Islam and site of its holiest shrines – does not officially recognize Israel, but Mohammed bin Salman’s comments, quoted in the U.S. magazine The Atlantic, are a further sign of an apparent thawing in bilateral ties.


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