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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Today, 05:44 PM
    LOL.... Idiot.... Come back and say the same when Donaldof has accomplish anything worth talking about...so far, everything he has tried, it has not worked right for him...does that bothers you, probably does. And when you end up paying more taxes while Donaldof pays nothing, which is usual for him anyways, then come back and say the same.. I will be here laughing at you as I am doing right now while I am typing these words....because man, you are so dumb, really dumb..for real.....
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Today, 05:40 PM
    I am not as knowledgeable about pigs like you do, and that explains why you are so fond and such a deep admirer of Donaldof Trumpler, aren't you?...maybe in a distant past life you were a pig too just like Donaldof...who knows, right?
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    Today, 05:22 PM
    Former Trump adviser Mike Flynn under DOD investigation, had been warned not to take foreign payments Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn was warned by the Pentagon against receiving payments from foreign governments in 2014 after leaving the Defense Intelligence Agency, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., revealed today. Cummings, the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee, released three documents on Flynn, including a letter from the DIA counsel's office in response to an inquiry from Flynn in October 2014. The letter, a primer on ethics restrictions that apply to retired military officers, warned that Flynn was prohibited from receiving foreign payments without prior approval, under the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution. "The Pentagon's warning to Gen. Flynn was bold, italicized and could not have been clearer," Cummings said at a news conference today. Flynn, who was President Trump's first national security adviser, was fired after it was discovered that he misled Vice President Mike Pence about conversations he had with a Russian official. Cummings also revealed today that the Defense Department's inspector general has opened an investigation into whether Flynn sought permission to receive foreign payments, including payments in exchange for an appearance in Russia. Another document, an unclassified letter from the Defense Intelligence Agency, indicates that the DIA "did not locate any records" relating to his receiving foreign payments or any records that he sought permission to do so. "These documents raise grave questions about why Gen. Flynn concealed the payments he received from foreign sources after he was warned explicitly by the Pentagon," Cummings said in a statement. Cummings called on the White House to provide documents on Flynn requested by the House Oversight Committee as part of its investigation into him. "There's obviously a paper trail," Cummings said. A Pentagon spokesman confirmed that on April 4 the Defense Department's inspector general began an investigation into Flynn's alleged violations of the emoluments clause. ABC News has reached out to Flynn's lawyer for comment.
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    Today, 05:19 PM
    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin can't guarantee middle class wouldn't pay more under tax plan Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin today told ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos that he couldn’t say how Donald Trump's sweeping tax overhaul plan would affect the president personally, while also declining to guarantee that middle-class families wouldn't pay more under the proposal. "I can't make any guarantees until this thing is done and it’s on the president's desk. But I can tell you, that’s our number one objective in this," Mnuchin said on "Good Morning America." The blueprint, which the White House unveiled Wednesday, calls for dramatically cutting federal taxes for businesses and simplifying rules for individuals. The plan would slash corporate taxes to 15 percent for large and small businesses, as well as consolidate categories for individual taxpayers, lowering the top bracket from nearly 40 percent to 35 percent. But the Trump administration left key questions about the tax plan unanswered, such as how it would affect the middle class and the wealthy. Mnuchin avoided sharing further details of the plan in the interview with "GMA" this morning. "The details of taxes are very complicated and we're committed to working quickly and getting this done," the treasury secretary said. Another "objective" of the plan, Mnuchin said, is to ensure no absolute tax cuts for the wealthy. But when pressed further by Stephanopoulos, he declined to make any guarantees on that point as well, and said he couldn't say how the plan would affect Trump himself, amid continued calls for the president to release his tax returns. "Let me just say this isn’t about President Trump’s tax returns; this is about the American public’s tax returns," Mnuchin said. "This is about creating economic effect for small and medium-sized businesses and making sure they have the same opportunities as large corporations." During a press briefing at the White House Wednesday, Mnuchin told reporters the president has "no intention" of releasing his tax returns. "The president has no intention. The president has released plenty of information and I think it's given more financial disclosure than anybody else and the population has plenty of information,” Mnuchin said Wednesday when pressed at the briefing by ABC News' Jonathan Karl on whether the U.S. public has the right to know what's in Trump’s tax returns. "What this is about is creating jobs and creating economic growth." Experts interviewed by ABC News Wednesday largely agreed that the proposed tax cuts would significantly reduce federal revenue and balloon the federal deficit. One analysis, by the bi-partisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, estimates that Trump’s tax plan would cost anywhere between $3 trillion and $7 trillion in lost revenue over the next decade. Experts also said the broad brushstrokes of the blueprint lack the necessary details on the issue's more complex and controversial questions. I TOLD YOU....THE RICH GETTING RICHER, AND YOU, THE TAXPAYER, PAYING MORE AND MORE.....YOU MUST BE COMPLETELY IDIOTIC NOT SEE THE SCHEME THAT DONALDOF IS BREWING.... EVEN A BLIND MAN CAN SEE IT....SO, WHEN THE TAX PLAN IS UNVEILED AND YOU SEE THAT HE WILL ZERO TAXES AGAIN, AND YOU ARE PAYING 25, 30 AND 40 %..... I WILL BE HERE LAUGHING MY ASS OFF ......AND I WILL TELL YOU OVER AND OVER,.....I TOLD YOU AND I TOLD YOU...
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    Today, 05:14 PM
    And this is Donaldof Trumpler's Corrupt Family as well their history
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Today, 05:07 PM
    Well, it is seems that he put something in you too, because you like it, don't you?.........................stupid blind idiots like yourself can't reach the grasp of reality, can you?
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Today, 05:05 PM
    LOL !! LOL !! Hey, crap cleaner, but you are still reading it ! Are you not?
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  • millionairetobe71's Avatar
    Today, 05:03 PM
    If you say so.....continue living in your own crap buddy...at the end, it is you who is living in your own lie.... and I am still here laughing at you..... Ich kann es nicht richtig buchstabieren, aber es ist viel besser als du...
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 06:58 AM
    By John Lee. The Head of the Missan Oil Company (MOC) has said that the third and final phase of work to expand the Halfaya oil field has been launched. Adnan Noshi told Reuters that the target is to double Halfaya’s capacity to 400,000 barrels per day in 2018. He said Halfaya, operated by PetroChina, is Maysan Oil’s largest field, currently producing 200,000 of the MOC’s total output of 380,000 bpd. (Source: Reuters) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Today, 06:58 AM
    By John Lee. Iran Khodro (IKCO) has said that 2,500 units of its Samand model (pictured) are expected to be produced this year in its Iraq plant. The site at Iskandariya has been upgraded with new equipment, and now has the capacity to make 45 to 50 cars per day. (Source: IKCO) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 06:58 AM
    The global organization Mercy Corps has begun providing civilians in the eastern half of Mosul with cash assistance, the first international aid organization to do so. The government of Iraq estimates that military operations in Mosul have led more than 362,000 people to flee their homes. “As we’ve entered previously inaccessible areas in the city, we’re learning more about the very difficult circumstances under which families are living,” says Su’ad Jarbawi, Iraq Country Director for Mercy Corps. “Adults are telling us they try to eat less and skip meals so that their children can eat. Most families we’ve spoken to so far say they can’t afford the basics, even food and medical care.” Mercy Corps surveyed 712 families in east Mosul in March and April, revealing a concerning level of humanitarian need: 89 percent of those surveyed said they weren’t able to meet their most basic needs, namely food, medical care and shelter; 68 percent of adults reported eating less, skipping meals or otherwise restricting consumption due to lack of resources; 64 percent reported that no family members were currently employed; 93 percent reported going into debt to purchase food and other essentials. Mercy Corps is delivering cash distributions of $400.00 to families in need, and currently expects to reach nearly 4,000 families – approximately 20,000 people – impacted by the crisis in Mosul. “Cash is the quickest and most efficient way to help people because they can buy what they and their families need most,” Jarbawi says. “And an important side benefit to cash is that by spending money, people are supporting the local economy.” Mercy Corps has operated continuously in Iraq since 2003, providing assistance to 5 million Iraqis affected by war, violence and displacement in all 18 governorates. Currently the organization is addressing the needs of people affected by conflict, including refugees from Syria, displaced Iraqi civilians and Iraqi host communities. (Source: Mercy Corps) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Today, 06:58 AM
    By Hamdi Malik for Al Monitor. Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.* As talk of an independence referendum for Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) grows, Iran’s role is becoming more visible, especially that of Qasem Soleimani (pictured), the powerful commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ Quds Force. But it appears that this role is retreating in the face of Kurdish ambitions for more independence. Kurdish media outlets reported April 10*that Soleimani had met senior leaders of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) in Sulaimaniyah. Rudaw, a media organization aligned with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), reported April 11*that the goal of the visit was to prevent the KRG*from holding an independence referendum. But it appears that PUK officials were not the only parties to the meeting. Soleimani had discussed the poll with*KRG President Massoud Barzani in Erbil. Soleimani is Iran’s top official in Iraq, according to KRG Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani. As such, he has had many relationships with Kurdish figures, especially in the PUK and the Kurdish Movement for Change (Gorran), since the 1990s. Iraqi Kurdish political forces recently have increased their calls for a referendum on Kurdish independence. The leadership of the KDP has said such a poll will be held this year. The KDP and the PUK agreed to set up a joint panel*April 2 to decide how the poll would be run and set a date for it. Iran is against such a step and sees an independent KRG as a red line, something KDP Secretary-General Fadel Mirani dismissed on April*11, saying,*“We don’t need permission from anyone to hold a referendum.”*But it is impossible to ignore the clout of neighboring states opposed to Kurdish independence. Iran especially enjoys serious influence over the*PUK and Gorran in Sulaimaniyah, which is close to the Iranian border. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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  • Kickabuck's Avatar
    Today, 04:33 AM
    MTB/BULTN, things moving too fast for you? Cruz trying to fund the wall with El Chapo's money? VOICE and the Tax bill bothering you? Squirm baby squirm...you have a LOT more coming.
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  • 40plus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:49 PM
    https://www.rt.com/usa/386259-trump-bear-ears-review/ ..of the people, by the people, for the people...federal land freed up by President Donald J Trump!!
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    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    http://canadafreepress.com/article/isis-monsters-killed-by-.-.-.-rampaging-wild-boars Here's some pigs that got tired of talking about IQ's & decided to do something about it. Oh, the outrage...the triggers..the misplaced anger!!!! Pigs against Is-lame unite!!!!!
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  • 40plus's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:53 PM
    My, my... a bright response from a pig whisperer.. You don't know if anything's been pushed, yet you 'resist'? Hmmm. "Pigs do not try to tell idiots about their embarrassing low IQ's..." So, do they try to tell intelligent people? Perhaps you and MNt(BS) could offer them a chair in your circle-jerk cry sessions..
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  • bultn's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:54 PM
    I don't know if the idiot has pushed anything and pigs do not try to tell idiots about their embarrassing low IQ's...
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    Yesterday, 02:18 PM
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  • Screaming Eagle's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:51 AM
    Trump really is up in you, every time he pushes you squeal like a little pig!!
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  • bultn's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:19 AM
    Because all except you and the other idiots know that Trump is an idiot.
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  • Investors Iraq News's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:13 AM
    Petrofac has secured a series of contract awards worth more than US$70 million for engineering, operations and maintenance services in Iraq. Petrofac’s Engineering and Production Services’ (EPS) East business secured the awards during the first quarter of 2017 with two major International Oil Companies and the South Oil Company (SOC). Petrofac has been providing services in Iraq since 2010 and has developed a significant track record for helping our clients to unlock value from their onshore and offshore operations. Featuring prominently in the mix are awards in region for operations and maintenance and a new brownfield scope for engineering and procurement services. In addition, the company has been awarded new scopes from South Oil Company. This includes the installation of offtake facilities and a mooring system for an additional Single Point Mooring. This additional scope builds on the company’s six-year tenure as the provider of operations and maintenance for the offshore international crude oil export expansion production facility. Mani Rajapathy, Managing Director, Engineering & Production Services East, said: “We’re delighted to have made such a positive start to 2017, securing important awards with key clients in one of our core countries. “There has recently been a considerable shift in the wider region’s market dynamics and consequently I believe these awards reflect our clients’ continued confidence in our ability to deliver cost-effectively and in line with their quality requirements. “Over the coming months we will focus on effective deployment of our operations, engineering and projects’ activities across the contracts to enable our clients to unlock maximum value from their oil and gas assets.” (Source: Petrofac) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 12:13 AM
    By John Lee. Swiftships LLC has been awarded a $27,402,593 firm-fixed-price modification to a previously awarded contract (N00024-14-C-4217) for the accomplishment of continuous lifecycle support for the Iraqi Navy. The contractor will provide technical expertise in preventative and planned maintenance, emergent repairs and platform overhaul support services for Iraqi patrol boats, offshore vessels, and defender boats. Work will be performed on Umm Qasr Naval Base, Iraq, and is expected to be completed by March 2018. (Source: US Dept of Defense) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 12:13 AM
    From Al Jazeera. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. Iraqi forces retake full control of one the largest neighbourhoods of west Mosul from the Islamic State group after a week of intense fighting, a top commander says. Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 12:13 AM
    U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 35 strikes consisting of 78 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today. Officials reported details of yesterday’s strikes, noting that assessments of results are based on initial reports. Strikes in Syria In Syria, coalition military forces conducted 19 strikes consisting of 24 engagements against ISIS targets: Near Abu Kamal, two strikes destroyed five ISIS wellheads. Near Dayr Az Zawr, nine strikes destroyed 10 ISIS oil-processing equipment items, four ISIS fuel trucks and three ISIS wellheads. Near Shadaddi, a strike engaged an ISIS tactical unit, a fighting position and a mortar system. Near Tabqah, seven strikes engaged three ISIS tactical units; destroyed three ISIS command-and-control nodes, a fighting position and a heavy machine gun; and suppressed two ISIS tactical units. Additionally, two strikes were conducted April 23 that have closed within the last 24 hours. On April 23, near Raqqa, two strikes engaged two ISIS tactical units, destroyed two fighting positions and suppressed two ISIS tactical units. Strikes in Iraq In Iraq, coalition military forces conducted 16 strikes consisting of 54 engagements against ISIS targets: Near Kisik, two strikes engaged an ISIS tactical unit and suppressed a mortar team and a rocket team. Near Mosul, five strikes engaged five ISIS tactical units; destroyed four weapons caches, two vehicle-borne bombs, a mortar system, a rocket-propelled grenade system, an ISIS fuel truck, a front-end loader, a rocket system and an ISIS staging area; and damaged four ISIS supply routes and a fighting position. Near Sinjar, eight strikes destroyed five weapons facilities, two ISIS staging areas, a weapons cache, a vehicle-borne bomb factory and an improvised bomb factory. Near Tal Afar, a strike engaged an ISIS tactical unit and destroyed a weapons cache, an ISIS staging area and a vehicle-borne bomb. Part of Operation Inherent Resolve These strikes were conducted as part of Operation Inherent Resolve, the operation to destroy ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The destruction of ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria also further limits the group’s ability to project terror and conduct external operations throughout the region and the rest of the world, task force officials said. The list above contains all strikes conducted by fighter, attack, bomber, rotary-wing or remotely piloted aircraft; rocket-propelled artillery; and some ground-based tactical artillery when fired on planned targets, officials noted. Ground-based artillery fired in counterfire or in fire support to maneuver roles is not classified as a strike, they added. A strike, as defined by the coalition, refers to one or more kinetic engagements that occur in roughly the same geographic location to produce a single or cumulative effect. For example, task force officials explained, a single aircraft delivering a single weapon against a lone ISIS vehicle is one strike, but so is multiple aircraft delivering dozens of weapons against a group of ISIS-held buildings and weapon systems in a compound, having the cumulative effect of making that facility harder or impossible to use. Strike assessments are based on initial reports and may be refined, officials said. The task force does not report the number or type of aircraft employed in a strike, the number of munitions dropped in each strike, or the number of individual munition impact points against a target. (Source: US Dept of Defense) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 12:13 AM
    By John Lee. The*Central Bank of Iraq (CBI)*has reported that 35 banks and 11 remittance companies took part in its currency auction on Tuesday. A total of $150,855,122 sold at a price of 1184 Iraqi Dinars (IQD) per dollar. (Source: Central Bank of Iraq) Source: Iraq-BusinessNews.com. Post your commentary below.
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    Yesterday, 12:03 AM
    Crap, crap, and more crap.
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    Yesterday, 12:00 AM
    Ryyyyyyght. MillionaireTobe71, the self-proclaimed "moron" (one of millions, he says) calls President Trump an idiot???? How's that? This coming from a guy who can't spell, doesn't know proper diction (in several languages) and posts nothing but incredibly stupid crap?? This "breathtaking" AP article is nothing more than the usual stink coming from intolerant, mentally disordered progressive SJ/PC lunatics..but you know that already..as do they; but they're too deep in the tank to have the guts to try and be real. The joke is on YOU, MNT(BS)71, you freaking butt-wipe! USA! USA! USA! GOOOOO TRUMP! MAGA BABY!!!!
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    04-25-2017, 08:15 PM
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    04-25-2017, 04:43 AM
    AP FACT CHECK: Misfires in Trump's AP interview TRUMP: "No administration has accomplished more in the first 90 days." — Tuesday at the Kenosha, Wisconsin, headquarters of Snap-on tools THE FACTS: Trump's legislative victories are minor, surpassed by those of a variety of high achievers in the White House. Taking office in the Great Depression, Roosevelt quickly declared a banking holiday to quiet panic, called a special session of Congress and won passage of emergency legislation to stabilize the banking system. He came forward with a flurry of consequential legislation that set the pillars of the New Deal in place within his first 100 days, "the most concentrated period of U.S. reform in U.S. history," say Alan Brinkley and Davis Dyer in "The Reader's Companion to the American Presidency." No fewer than 14 historic laws were enacted in that time. Trump's big agenda items, like his promised tax overhaul and infrastructure plan, have yet to reach Congress. His attempt to secure the borders from people from terrorism-prone regions is so far blocked by courts. His first attempt to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care law failed in Congress. Trump needn't look as far back as FDR to see a president who got off to a fast start. Obama signed a $787 billion stimulus package into law in his first month, while also achieving laws expanding health care for children and advancing equal pay for women in that time. Like Roosevelt, Obama came to office in an economic crisis, the worst since the Depression. Lawmakers from both parties were inclined to act quickly and did, even as they fought over the details of the big stimulus package that defined Obama's early days. President Ronald Reagan's 100 days were considered the hardest-driving since FDR's time, even though Reagan was shot March 30, 1981. He presented Congress with the most consequential tax, spending and government-overhaul plan it had seen in decades, a comprehensive package that exceeds in scope anything Trump has brought forward, including his first run at health care. Congressional approval came later. ___ TRUMP: "The weak illegal immigration policies of the Obama Admin. allowed bad MS 13 gangs to form in cities across U.S. We are removing them fast!" — tweet, Tuesday THE FACTS: Obama can't be blamed for allowing MS-13 to form as a nationwide gang because that happened long before he became president. A fact sheet from Trump's own Justice Department states that the gang, which originated in the 1980s in the Central American community in Los Angeles, "quickly spread to states across the country." The department indirectly credits the Obama administration, in its early years, with helping to rein in the group: "Through the combined efforts of federal, state, and local law enforcement, great progress was made diminishing or severely (disrupting) the gang within certain targeted areas of the U.S. by 2009 and 2010." The U.S. carried out record deportations during the Obama administration and, on MS-13 specifically, took the unprecedented action of labeling the street gang a transnational criminal organization and announcing a freeze on its U.S. assets. Such actions were not enough to bring down the group and the Trump administration says it will do more. According to an FBI assessment from January 2008, before Obama took office, the gang was operating in at least 42 states and the District of Columbia, roughly the same number of states estimated now. The assessment said the group was made up of Salvadoran nationals and first-generation Salvadoran-Americans. The FBI at the time did not provide a breakdown of how many of the gang's members were immigrants or U.S. citizens. ___ TRUMP: "I didn't soften my stance" on China. "Nobody's ever seen such a positive response on our behalf from China, and then the fake media goes 'Donald Trump has changed his stance on China.' I haven't changed my stance. China's trying to help us." — Fox interview Tuesday THE FACTS: It's hard to imagine a clearer switch in positions than the president's abandonment of his campaign pledge to declare China a currency manipulator, a move that would have set the stage for trade penalties. China had once devalued its currency to make its exports artificially cheaper, crowding out other countries' products, but in recent years has let market forces do more to shape currency exchange rates. Even as Trump railed against Chinese currency manipulation in the presidential campaign, there already were signs that China was taking steps to keep the value of the yuan from sinking further against the dollar. Trump didn't let go of his accusation easily. As recently as April 2 he told The Financial Times that the Chinese are "world champions" of currency manipulation. ___ TRUMP, speaking about fellow NATO members, says he wants to "make sure these countries start paying their bills a little bit more. You know, they're way, way behind." — remarks in Kenosha THE FACTS: That's an oversimplification of NATO financial obligations, and one Trump has made repeatedly. NATO members are not in arrears on payments. They committed in 2014 to ensuring that by 2024, they would be spending 2 percent of their gross domestic product on their military budgets. Most NATO countries are spending less than that now, and Washington is putting pressure on them to do more. In any event, the commitment is for these nations to spend more on their own military capabilities, which would strengthen the alliance, not to hand over money. ___
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