Trump Stance on Breast-Feeding and Formula Criticized by Medical Experts

  1. Trump Stance on Breast-Feeding and Formula Criticized by Medical Experts  New York Times
  2. US effort to weaken an international breast-feeding resolution has a long history  Washington Post
  3. Report that US suppressed breastfeeding resolution shocks advocates  NBCNews.com
  4. The US bullied the world to stop a pro-breastfeeding resolution? That’s the American way  Los Angeles Times
  5. The WHO breastfeeding resolution behind the debate  CNN
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Merkel says climate change is a fact, laments US stance

  1. Merkel says climate change is a fact, laments US stance  ABC News
  2. Trump criticism supports far-right Germans against Angela Merkel  New York Daily News
  3. How Far Will Bavaria’s CSU Go to Fend Off Germany’s Far-Right?  Foreign Policy (blog)
  4. Trump says crime in Germany is way up. German statistics show the opposite.  Washington Post
  5. RPT-Macron’s euro zone reforms: Grand vision reduced to pale imitation  Reuters
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Trump says his push to save ZTE is part of a 'larger trade deal,' contradicting administration stance

  1. Trump says his push to save ZTE is part of a ‘larger trade deal,’ contradicting administration stance  CNBC
  2. Trump says China has ‘much to give’ in trade negotiations: Twitter  Reuters
  3. Stephen Colbert Calls Out Trump for ‘Taking Bribes’ From China  Daily Beast
  4. The Finance 202: Trump caved to China on ZTE. Now other countries are sensing weakness.  Washington Post
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Shakeup in Trump's legal team may usher in tougher stance

Shakeup in Trump's legal team may usher in tougher stancePresident Donald Trump hired an attorney who represented President Bill Clinton during his impeachment process as the White House shifted to a more aggressive approach to a special counsel investigation that has reached a critical stage. The White House announced Wednesday the hiring of Emmet Flood after disclosing the retirement of Ty Cobb, who for months has been the administration’s point person dealing with special counsel Robert Mueller. It’s the latest shakeup for a legal team grappling with unresolved questions about how to protect the president from legal and political jeopardy in the probe into potential collusion with Russia, which is nearing the one-year mark.


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