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Though  all the criticism that posed  to the U.S. President Donald Trump for his situation with Saudi Arabia because of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi ,Trump declared today in an interview his defense for Saudi Arabia as an important ally in the Middle East despite the  “very vicious” murder of Khashoggi.

In an aired interview ,Trump was asked about  the case of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi and if US will take a decision of punishment against Saudi Arabia for committing this brutal crime as well he was asked about crown prince Mohammad Bin Salman if he was indulging in this crime and if he who ordered to kill  Khashoggi?

president Trump replied  that Saudi Arabia is an important Ally in the Middle East while the crown prince Mohammad Bin Salman had no knowledge about the killing.

 Adding ; Well, will anybody really know?” US president Donald Trump said

Also the US president was asked whether he listened to the audio recording of the murder or not ?

Trump said During the Fox News interview, that Turkey has given the U.S. government the tape but he doesn't want to listen to It because of it’s a suffering .

" it’s a terrible tape.” US president added

The interview was taped on Friday, hours before government sources said the CIA had briefed the Trump administration on the murder and its belief that MbS ordered it.

Trump said on Saturday that the CIA assessment was “very premature” and in the interview that aired on Sunday he said it may never be possible to know who ordered Khashoggi’s murder.

Trump faces intense pressure from senior Democratic and Republican lawmakers to take tougher action against Saudi Arabia. Some have said the United States should suspend arms sales to the kingdom and drop his support for MbS, but Trump has so far resisted that pressure.

The U.S. government on Thursday imposed economic sanctions on 17 Saudi officials for their alleged role in the killing, but the sanctions did not target the Saudi government.

 

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By|Christian Megan

Washington

    

A new kill bill in Trump's administration was announced about last friday, this is time the killed rules on offshore oil and gas drilling that were imposed after the deadly 2010 rig explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

according to the The Associated Press said that WH said that there is 

an unnecessary burden on industry and rolling them back will encourage more energy production.

An offshore-drilling group welcomed the rollback, while environmentalists said Trump was raising the risk of more deadly oil spills.

A division of the Interior Department published the proposed change Friday in the Federal Register. The public will have until Jan. 29 to comment.

The Obama administration imposed tougher rules last year in response to the 2010 explosion on a drilling rig called the Deepwater Horizon and used by BP. The accident killed 11 workers and triggered a massive oil spill.

 

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By|Christian Megan

Washington

  In his way to support the Tax Cuts, Mr president Trump and His administration are working hardly to ensure your vision of how thie proccess will serve the middle class and support their life.

President Trump has taken decisive action to promote freedom, opportunity, and prosperity for every American. To revive America's economy, the Trump Administration has been rolling back regulations that stifle American businesses and have eroded opportunities for working families for far too long. Under the Unified Framework supported by the President, middle-income America will see tax cuts, job creation, and business growth.

"I've traveled across America this year. Every place I visit, working families and job creators have told me one thing: They told me that the biggest obstacle to their success is our country's broken tax code. One after another -- I've sat at tables in California and in cities large and small with small-business owners and families -- one after another have spoken to me about the burden that our tax system places on them and the barrier that it puts in-between them and reaching and achieving their dreams," said Vice President Pence at the American Enterprise Institute.

while vice president  Pence said : It's Time to Fix the Country's Broken Tax Code and added "American economy must be for every American  American...let's hear what he said.

 

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By|Christian Megan

    Castle Journal started to add the photo of the Day from USA- white House...

The photo of today is for  ....President Donald J. Trump, joined by Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and FEMA officials, attends a briefing on the continuing Hurricane Harvey relief and recovery efforts | October 25, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks)

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   During the 15 minutes of speech by Mr. President of USA ,Trump said he will 

declare next week a national emergency on opioid abuse, a move that could give states access to federal funds to fight the drug crisis.

The United States is battling a surge in opioid-related deaths, including 33,000 lives lost in 2015, more than any year on record, according to federal data.

As it was expected of Trump to provide a preview of his plans for tackling drug demand and the opioid crisis in his statement on Thursday.

 Trump told Fox Channel:“Next week, I’m going to (be) declaring an emergency, (a) national emergency on drugs.”

Sources: Fox news- reuters

 

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 in the morning statement by President Donald  Trump who answered the journalists on their questions he paid an important and anger answer about Obama and democrtic party and their failure hopes for winning the election .

Trump said that he considers the Obama-era approval of a uranium deal involving a Russia-linked entity to be a modern version of Watergate.

“I think the uranium sale to Russia and the way that it was done—so underhanded with tremendous amounts of money being passed—I actually think that’s Watergate, modern-age," Trump told reporters on Wednesday.

The comparison comes a day after Republican representatives announced the launch of an investigation into the 2010 deal, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Critics have also accused the Trump administration of bringing up the uranium sale as a way to divert attention from the investigation into the president’s own alleged involvement with Russia. 

The recent attention may have been sparked, at least in part, by a report from The Hill last week which stated “the FBI had gathered substantial evidence that Russian nuclear industry officials were engaged in bribery, kickbacks, extortion and money laundering designed to grow Vladimir Putin’s atomic energy business inside the United States, according to government documents and interviews.” 

“Rather than bring immediate charges in 2010, however, the Department of Justice (DOJ) continued investigating the matter for nearly four more years…during a period when the Obama administration made two major decisions benefiting Putin’s commercial nuclear ambitions," the piece further notes.

According to The Hill, one of these decisions included “the partial sale of Canadian mining company Uranium One to the Russian nuclear giant Rosatom, giving Moscow control of more than 20 percent of America’s uranium supply.” 

Hillary Clinton has also been drawn into the controversy, with the New York Times reporting in 2015 that some of the people who had helped build Uranium One had contributed more than $2 million to the Clinton Foundation. 

The alleged transfer of money occurred during a time when Mrs. Clinton was head of the U.S. State Department, one of several agencies that had to weigh in on the sale.

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    Today Mr. president Donald Trump has answered on the questions of the journalists at the white house and Delivered a Statement Upon his Departure.

Trump talked about numbers of issues as the critical case of ISIS attacks , Russia file, Clinton accusation and attack and others issues he also replied on the accusation by 

Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson who was killed in Niger, said in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America" Monday that the President stumbled on her husband's name and suggested the only reason he knew it was because the report was right in front of him.
"I was really nice to her. I respect her, I respect her family, I certainly respect La David, who I, by the way, called La David right from the beginning," Trump said Wednesday. "They put a chart in front, La David, it says La David Johnson."
let's follow the video that takes 15:13 minutes.
 
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