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Trump told top US general to ‘crack skulls’ of racism protesters, book claims

Gen Mark Milley, the top US military leader, resisted Donald Trump’s demands that his forces “crack skulls” and “beat the fuck out” of protesters marching

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G7 leaders seek right balance in dealing with their China dilemma

In an extra-secure, 90-minute session, with the phones and wifi cut off, all designed to block any eavesdropping by a prying foreign state, leaders of

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Man impersonated Trump relatives online to trick donors, prosecutors say

Joshua Hall of Pennsylvania allegedly created fake online identities for ex-president’s brother and son A Pennsylvania man has been charged with creating fake online identities

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US seeks dismissal of cases against Trump for clearing Lafayette Square

Lawsuits filed by protesters who were forcefully removed from a park near the White House before a photo op for Donald Trump last June should

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Patrick Byrne: pro-Trump millionaire pushing election conspiracy theories

This Memorial Day weekend, several prominent conservative allies of Donald Trump, who have promoted almost nonstop his false narratives about the 2020 election results, are

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US investigating if Ukrainian officials interfered in 2020 election – report

Federal prosecutors in New York are investigating whether Ukrainian officials attempted to interfere in the 2020 presidential election to undermine Joe Biden and help Donald

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Senate Republicans will likely sink Democrats’ bid to set up Capitol attack commission

Senate Republicans were poised on Thursday to kill an attempt by Democrats to establish a bipartisan commission to investigate the 6 January attack on the

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PM refused Trump’s call to bomb Iraq after legal advice, Cummings claims

Boris Johnson rejected a call from Donald Trump’s White House to participate in airstrikes in Iraq last March after an intervention by the UK government’s

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Will rule of law succeed where Congress failed and hold Trump accountable?

Standing in court, the former president pleaded not guilty to charges of financial crimes that he insists are part of a politically motivated witch hunt.