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Donald Trump

Pentagon will allow transgender people to enlist in military despite Trump’s tweets

[ad_1] Trump's tweets sparked protests this summer.Image: Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesBy Nicole Gallucci2017-12-11 20:09:50 UTC The Pentagon announced Monday it will allow transgender recruits to enlist in the military next year, despite Trump's efforts on Twitter in July to enforce a ban. Speaking to the Associated Press,...

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Al Franken’s resignation only makes the GOP’s failures stand out more

[ad_1] On Thursday, Senator Al Franken (D-MN) announced his resignation following weeks of mounting allegations of sexual harassment and calls from colleagues to step down. But even as Franken stepped aside, the spotlight on the GOP side of things only shines brighter.  Though Franken remained defiant...

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Donald Trump’s slurred speech confuses the hell out of Trevor Noah

[ad_1] Donald Trump's announcement that the United States will recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel risks causing further instability in the Middle East. But leaving aside geopolitics, something quite disturbing happened during Trump's speech, as noted by many commentators and late-night hosts.  Toward the end...

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Female senators set example for GOP as they ask Al Franken to resign

[ad_1] The nation's capital is not where most Americans look for leadership on sexual harassment and assault.  President Donald Trump's aides, supporters, and even the Republican party still insist he never committed sexual assault, despite the fact that more than a dozen women have shared credible...

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TIME Person of the Year poll honors the women who broke the silence with #MeToo

[ad_1] The #MeToo campaign is TIME's "Person of the Year" for 2017, beating U.S. President Donald Trump.  The magazine cover, with the headline "The Silence Breakers," pays tribute to the "voices that launched a movement."  It features actress Ashley Judd, popstar Taylor Swift, Uber whistleblower Susan Fowler...

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