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GOP pollsters believe that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the only Democrat equal to Donald Trump

Conservative pollster Frank Luntz suggested Tuesday that MP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (DN.Y.) is the only Democrat who is sincere enough to beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 elections, if only she could run. The US Constitution requires presidents to be at least 35 years old. Ocasio-Cortez is 29. "The key lies in authenticity," said Luntz to Fox News host Laura …

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Paul Pogba can beat Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United at equal Brighton

Paul Pogba can record a Manchester United record set this weekend by Cristiano Ronaldo. The French midfielder has been one of United's outstanding players since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in charge of the interim coach. December 2018 was his best month Pogba has reshuffled his game under Solskjaer and now looks like a gambler earning the media hype surrounding him …

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China says trade talks between the US and China should be equal and mutually beneficial

BEIJING (Reuters) – Trade talks between the United States and China should be equal and mutually beneficial, Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen said Friday, adding he hopes the two countries could find ways to overcome their differences in dialogue. FILE PHOTO: Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce and China Deputy Chinese Trade Representative Wang Shouwen speaking at the China …

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In Emmy Rossum's fight for equal salary on Shameless

After nine seasons playing Fiona Gallagher on Shameless Emmy Rossum announced that she will not be returning for the tenth season of the series. Although the actress did not claim that her compensation affected the decision, her earlier fight for equal pay had challenged viewers as to why she was leaving the show. Rossum, 31, wrote on Thursday in a …

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Illinois endorses the amendment on Equal Rights, 36 years after the deadline

Illinois House voted Wednesday evening to ratify the amendment on equal rights more than 45 years after its approval by Congress, distracting it from any possible legal issues in the United States Constitution Senate vote in April, the vote was only one vote more than was needed for ratification. It does not need the approval of Republican Governor Bruce Rauner, …

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Beijing Offers Equal Access to All Nations in the Development and Use of the Chinese Space Station, RT World News & # 39 ;.

China will not exclude nations willing to cooperate and participate in the development of its space station, and it will seek to accommodate private companies for its ambitious cosmic outpost, which is scheduled to go online in 2022. "All countries, regardless of their size and level of development, can participate equally in cooperation" to use the China Space Station (CSS), …

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The Pakistani Senate agrees to a law that gives the tribes equal rights

Pakistani MPs leave parliament after a meeting in Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, May 24, 2018. Pakistan's lower house of parliament, with rare support from the opposition, has passed legislation to 5 million people living in the tribal areas of the country. (19659002) by Associated Press 25. May at 6:32 pm ISLAMABAD – Pakistan's House of Lords of Parliament has passed a …

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Today is no Equal Pay Day for blacks, Latinas or Native American women

Although women achieve higher university degrees than men, research shows that more and more women, especially colored women, are in low-paid jobs. According to the National Women's Law Center, women account for 17 percent of total employment, accounting for 33 percent of the fastest-growing low-paid jobs such as retail, fast-food, personal care and home-based nursing. This means that colored women …

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Equal Pay Day 2018: Pay gap is better than you think

In this April 6, 2016, fans are behind a big sign of equal pay for the women's football team during an international friendly match between the United States and Colombia. AP Women earn less than men, but sexism is not always to blame. Many factors – including work experience, career choice, education and negotiation – play a role in the …

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