ニュースの中での Trump

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The Independent
· Tucker Carlson's top writer quits Fox News amid allegations he secretly posted racist comments about black and Asian people  
Carlson himself has been repeatedly accused of making racist remarks on-air, and was earlier this week hailed as a potential replacement for Mike Pence as Donald Trump’s 2020 running mate by former KKK leader David Duke.
Express.co.uk
· UK taking back control with or without Brexit deal: £750m border plan to transform Britain  
Donald Trump has made it clear that a US/ UK trade deal could be jeopardised if Huawei is not excluded from 5G and Britain could even face sanctions.
Washington Post
· It’s Roger Stone now. Manafort and Flynn are next.  
Trump’s safest course of action, I said, would be to wait until after Election Day — Nov. 3, 2020 — to do the dirty deed, but cautioned, “Trump’s impulsiveness, however, is a wild card.” And faced with his longtime henchman heading to the hoosegow next week, Trump couldn’t hold off — so Stone was given clemency in the form of commutation of his prison sentence.
The Independent
· 'Historic corruption': Romney slams Trump for commuting sentence of ally Roger Stone  
Mitt Romney strongly condemned Donald Trump’s decision to commute the prison sentence of his longtime friend and ally Roger Stone on Saturday.
FRANCE 24
· Disney World reopens as WHO urges virus caution  
The health agency's comments came as US President Donald Trump was forced to cancel an election rally in New Hampshire, citing an approaching storm.
The Age
· 'Unprecedented, historic corruption': Trump's defiant help for Stone adds to tumult  
Washington: President Donald Trump’s intervention into a criminal case connected to his own conduct drew fierce rebukes Saturday from Democrats and a few lonely Republicans, with calls for investigations and legislation.
Axios
· Supreme Court expands religious freedoms in schools, employment  
Between the lines: The Trump administration has made the appointment of conservative judges a priority, including Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch.
Washington Post
· Iran’s president warns lockdowns could lead to protests  
Iranian officials have been particularly eager to remove restrictions on its economy, already crippled by sanctions the U.S. imposed after the Trump administration’s 2018 withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement.
Washington Post
· Montgomery County students could start classes remotely, return to campus gradually in the fall  
President Trump recently stepped up his call to fully reopen the nation’s schools, threatening to cut federal funding to those that don’t.