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Source: Washington Post

Why does Emmanuel Macron’s presidential approval rating keep falling?

Monday 08:05 GMT

In France, the man whose landslide victory in May marked the end of Europe’s populist surge is falling out of favor — and fast.

Especially given the relief that followed Macron’s trouncing of the far-right Marine Le Pen — has baffled political operatives and pollsters here. And although poll numbers fluctuate, the latest figures also have many wondering about the viability of the president’s newly established political party and his ambitious economic proposals.

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Source: Common Domain

No, Trump's support hasn't collapsed, but yes, he's increasingly alone

Monday 21:52 GMT

In the annals of the modern presidency, few chief executives have been as alone as President Trump appears now — shunned by major business leaders, at odds with his party’s congressional leadership and deeply estranged from more than half the nation.

They’ve demonstrated something else as well: Like other embattled presidents, including even Richard Nixon at the height of Watergate, Trump continues to hold the support of a hard core of determined backers.

71 Articles
Source: Fox News

Charlottesville covers Confederate statues with black shrouds

Today 08:06 GMT

Shrouded statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in black on Wednesday as the city grappled with an outbreak of deadly violence at a white nationalist rally earlier this month.

He insisted he was defending himself, saying he did it "because my only other option was knocking out his teeth."

71 Articles
Source: Fox News

Charlottesville covers Confederate statues with black shrouds

Today 08:06 GMT

Shrouded statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in black on Wednesday as the city grappled with an outbreak of deadly violence at a white nationalist rally earlier this month.

He insisted he was defending himself, saying he did it "because my only other option was knocking out his teeth."

71 Articles
Source: Fox News

Charlottesville covers Confederate statues with black shrouds

Today 08:06 GMT

Shrouded statues of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee and Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson in black on Wednesday as the city grappled with an outbreak of deadly violence at a white nationalist rally earlier this month.

He insisted he was defending himself, saying he did it "because my only other option was knocking out his teeth."

18 Articles
Source: The Guradian

Are old photos of ‘westernised’ Afghan women driving Trump’s foreign policy?

Today 08:07 GMT

Accompanying the photos, they write comments that compare Afghan women with western women, claiming Islam has “oppressed” women to the point where they can no longer dress how they want, and that they should take note from western women because they are “free”.

The photos are regularly discussed on Reddit threads, with “Afghan women in the 70s vs Afghan women today” photo comparisons popping up year after year.

169 Articles
Source: CBS News

Trump goes after the Senate, Jeff Flake and media on Twitter

Today 08:07 GMT

President Trump on Wednesday posted a series of tweets blasting the GOP-controlled Senate and one senator in particular, and he claimed that the media didn't cover his Charlottesville comments fairly, though he didn't explain what he thought was unfair.

Mr. Trump posted the tweets the morning after his "Make America Great Again" campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona in which he claimed he doesn't engage in "Twitter storms."

169 Articles
Source: CBS News

Trump goes after the Senate, Jeff Flake and media on Twitter

Today 08:07 GMT

President Trump on Wednesday posted a series of tweets blasting the GOP-controlled Senate and one senator in particular, and he claimed that the media didn't cover his Charlottesville comments fairly, though he didn't explain what he thought was unfair.

Mr. Trump posted the tweets the morning after his "Make America Great Again" campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona in which he claimed he doesn't engage in "Twitter storms."

169 Articles
Source: CBS News

Trump goes after the Senate, Jeff Flake and media on Twitter

Today 08:07 GMT

President Trump on Wednesday posted a series of tweets blasting the GOP-controlled Senate and one senator in particular, and he claimed that the media didn't cover his Charlottesville comments fairly, though he didn't explain what he thought was unfair.

Mr. Trump posted the tweets the morning after his "Make America Great Again" campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona in which he claimed he doesn't engage in "Twitter storms."


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte