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Twitter bans President Trump permanently

Twitter has suspended President Trump from its platform, the company said Friday evening.

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‘SNL’ returns to take shots at Donald Trump and Fox News

After a few weeks away, “Saturday Night Live” returned to take some shots at Fox News and President Trump.
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Did Trump just start a trade war with China?

President Trump’s decision Monday to slap tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines risks inflaming tensions with China and other big U.S. trade partners.
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Hedge fund manager: Trump asked me if Amazon is a monopoly

President Trump’s beef with Amazon came into view again this week.
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Trump rally being kept alive by mega profits. Will that continue?

The Trump rally on Wall Street was built on hopes of massive tax cuts. With tax reform’s fate uncertain in Washington, the rally is now being kept alive by massive corporate profits.
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Silicon Valley could spar with Trump on these issues

The disruptors want to avoid being disrupted.
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Trump campaign fact check: Armrests in first class seats did move

Donald Trump’s campaign has cited the immovability of arm rests between first class seats on the old Braniff Airways planes to refute an allegations of a 1979 sexual assault on a woman by the candidate.
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WSJ columnist urges voters to pick Clinton over ‘unstable’ Trump

A member of the Wall Street Journal’s editorial board has urged Americans to vote for Hillary Clinton to avoid a potentially disastrous Donald Trump presidency.
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