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PARIS—Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in a locked down Paris Saturday morning to start a 10-day jaunt across Europe and the Middle East that comes amid a backdrop of the Trump administration’s last-ditch legal efforts to remain in office.
Iran will reduce the access international nuclear inspectors have to its sites following a new watchdog report indicating Tehran is stockpiling more than 12 times the amount of enriched uranium allowed under the 2015 nuclear agreement.
The Trump administration on Tuesday informed Congress that it intends to sell more than $22 billion in advanced weapons to the United Arab Emirates, part of the administration’s efforts to counter Iranian terror groups in the Middle East.
The Trump administration on Tuesday issued new sanctions on an Iranian smuggling operation that illicitly imported U.S. electronic devices and other materials into the Islamic Republic, according to the Treasury Department.
The surprise firing late Friday evening of a top Trump administration foot soldier has renewed focus on John McEntee, director of the White House Presidential Personnel Office. McEntee is the driving force behind several controversial White House nominations that have driven a wedge between President Donald Trump and Republican allies in Congress.
John Barsa, the acting administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), was forced to step down on Friday under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act, which only permits the acting heads of agencies to serve for 210 days.
President Donald Trump performed historically well among Jewish voters in Tuesday night’s contested presidential election, receiving the highest portion of the Jewish vote for any Republican candidate since 1988, according to early exit polling.
The Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) continues to pay terrorists and their families from government coffers, despite a massive cash crunch that has paralyzed the Palestinian government, according to a non-public State Department report obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.