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A Democrat presidential candidate faced hackers at home yesterday while President Donald Trump paid a rare compliment to his 2016 challenger.
We will look at the following today.
Buttigieg learns the dangers of campaigning for president as mayor
"Bring the racist people off the street!"
South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg was confronted with furious cries and interjections when he spoke during a tense and emotional town hall meeting on Sunday about the deadly execution of a black man by a white police officer a week ago.
It was one of the first major trials for the mayor as he rose from darkness to the top. Presidential candidate.
He learns harshly that mayors can be immediately brought to justice on the President's campaign path, in particular when problems arise at home.
Trump dismisses Khashoggi with compliments Hillary Clinton
President Donald Trump said he did not want to go to war with Iran, but if he does, there will be "extinction, as you've never seen before."
"But I'm not going to do that," the president added in an exclusive interview with Chuck Todd of NBC for "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
In the sweeping interview, Trump also dismissed the brutal assassination and dismemberment of Saudi Arabia by the contribution of Jamal Khashoggi of the Washington Post. He said the Middle East was "a devilish, hostile place" and defended the regime as a valuable trading partner.
"I'm not a fool who says," We do not want to do business with them. "Trump added that if the US does not do that, the Russians and Chinese will do so.
"Take her money. Take her money, Chuck ," he added.
The 2020 election and said he would rather run for re-election against former Vice President Joe Biden as his 201
To make a rare compliment to his former opponent, he said Clinton was a great candidate. She was very smart. She was very tough. She was ruthless and vicious.
View the full unprocessed interview below or read the transcript here.
Palestinians reject Trump's economic plan for peace in the Middle East
The White House has On Saturday the economic part of its long-delayed Middle East peace plan will publish tens of billions of dollars for the Palestinian economy.
The Peace to Prosperity plan will be presented this week at a conference in Bahrain at which the Trump Government wants to push its economic vision to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
But Palestinians and their supporters in the Arab world have already rejected it immediately – it's called "unrealistic and illusory" Robocalls, say Lawyers.
The shattering weight of Michelle Lannon's college debt – nearly $ 200,000 lar in federal loans and $ 15,000 in personal loans – keeps track of them until she goes to sleep. When her phone rings with an unknown number, which happens on a daily basis, it tenses up.
College graduates across the country plagued by student debt have become prime targets for "bad actors" longing for a piece of student loan industry – and one of their key methods is harassing, aggressive and seemingly never-ending calling of robots.
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