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Chinese delegation may meet Trump team in Davos

Chinese delegation may meet Trump team in Davos

Beijing [China], Jan. 13 : There is possibility of a meeting between the Chinese delegation and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's transition team members on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland next week.

According to observers, with concerns over trade protectionism and anti-globalization swirling, such a meeting could help narrow positions on trade and sensitive political issues, reports the China Daily.

President Xi Jinping will lead the Chinese delegation to Switzerland for a state visit from Sunday to Wednesday. On Tuesday, he will become the first top Chinese leader to attend the Davos meeting.

Trump finally acknowledges Russian involvement in DNC hack

Trump finally acknowledges Russian involvement in DNC hack

New York [USA], Jan. 12 : U.S. President-elect Donald Trump for the first time has acknowledged Russian involvement in the Democratic National Committee (DNC) server hack but refuted intelligence reports that Moscow acted to help him win the presidential race.

"I think it was Russia," the CNN quoted Trump as saying at a news conference in New York on Wednesday.

He added that Russia is not the only nation that hacks U.S. targets and accused Democrats of not having sufficient cyber-security programs.

The news conference opened with his spokesman, Sean Spicer, slamming a "political witch hunt" following reports that Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Trump.

Alibaba's Jack Ma meets Trump to discuss job creation in U.S.

Alibaba's Jack Ma meets Trump to discuss job creation in U.S.

Beijing [China], Jan. 10 : Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's chairman Jack Ma, in a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump in New York, has discussed plans to create one million new jobs in America, by helping small businesses sell goods to China.

The meeting,on Monday, which comes under strained relations between Beijing and the incoming U.S. administration, is a sign that a door has been left open for pragmatic cooperation with Chinese companies, despite Trump's tough stance on China, according to Chinese experts.

Experts fear China's wrath as Trump calls Taiwan Prez

Experts fear China's wrath as Trump calls Taiwan Prez

London [UK], Dec. 3 : Experts have expressed fear of a showdown between China and the United States as President-elect Donald Trump spoke to Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen over telephone on Friday.

The call is thought to be the first between the leader of the island and the US President-elect since ties between the United State and Taiwan were severed in 1979, at Beijing's behest, reports the Guardian.

The US closed its embassy in Taiwan - a democratically-ruled island which China considers a breakaway province - in the late 1970s following the historic rapprochement between Beijing and Washington that stemmed from Richard Nixon's 1972 trip to China.

Bangladeshi Hindus seek Trump's intervention to save non-Muslims in Bangladesh

Bangladeshi Hindus seek Trump's intervention to save non-Muslims in Bangladesh

New York [U.S.], Nov. 28 : In the wake of atrocities laid on their community, few Hindu Bangladesh nationals rallied yesterday in front of Trump Tower here demanding the intervention of President elect Donald J. Trump to save the non-Muslims in their country.

The rally was taken out by the Hindus from Bangladesh origin demanding that President elect Trump should save the non-Muslim populations there from the racial hands of militant Islam.

"We had voted for Mr. Trump and now we want to appraise him that the Hindus and other religious minorities in Bangladesh are routinely persecuted with no end of it in sight," Organizer Sitangshu Guha said.

"We wish President Trump do something for the sake of humanity while in office," he added.

Trump is 'man of bad character', says Jaish-e-Mohammad

Trump is 'man of bad character', says Jaish-e-Mohammad

Islamabad [Pakistan], Nov 24 : Militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) has described U.S. President Elect Donald Trump as a man of bad character and a threat to Muslims across the world.

In a message to its followers in Pakistan and elsewhere, the JeM said it has issued a warning to Muslims worldwide to beware of Donald Trump.

Writing in the Pak-based Al Qalam Weekly (Nov. 18-24, 2016) the JeM ideologues Maulana Mansoor Ahmad and Talhe As-Saif have stated that while the international media has used Trump's victory to create fear among Muslims, this victory was actually depressing for the United States itself, rather than for the rest of the world.

Eight days after U.S. elections, still no love between Trump and media

Washington D C [United States], Nov.17 : The media is fuming. President-elect Donald Trump and his family gave his shadow media a slip and went for a family dinner on Tuesday night at New York's famed 21 Club restaurant. On Wednesday, he launched a Twitter storm against the media, saying his transition process was on schedule and the media speculation that the Trump team was in a tizzy trying to fill cabinet posts was just that: baseless speculation.

Putin calls Trump, stresses on bilateral cooperation

Putin calls Trump, stresses on bilateral cooperation

London [UK], Nov. 15 : Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with US President-elect Donald Trump yesterday, for the first time after the latter's win in the election, and emphasized on the potential for bilateral cooperation.

According to a Kremlin summary of the phone call, Putin said he was ready for "a dialogue of partnership with the new administration based on the principles of equality, mutual respect and non-interference in the internal affairs of each other", reports the Guardian.

A statement from Trump's team said the Russian President congratulated the newly elected president on winning "a historic election".

Trump "fine" with same sex marriage, against abortion rights

Trump "fine" with same sex marriage, against abortion rights

Washington [USA], Nov. 14 : United States President Barack Obama's successor Donald Trump, who has been a consistent opponent of marriage equality, has said that he is "fine" with same-sex marriage remaining legal across the country.

He said in an interview that he wouldn't appoint Supreme Court judges with the goal of reversing the ruling on same sex marriage, reports the CNN.

"It's irrelevant because it was already settled. It's law. It was settled in the Supreme Court. I mean it's done," he said.

However, standing by his stance against abortion rights, Trump pledged to appoint judges who oppose abortion rights and oppose restrictions on Second Amendment gun rights.

Trump asks supporters to "stop" harassing minorities

Trump asks supporters to "stop" harassing minorities

Washington [USA], Nov. 14 : United States President-elect Donald Trump has urged his supporters to stop harassing minorities over reports that Latinos and Muslims are being harassed in the country post his win.

In his first televised sit-down interview since becoming President-elect, Trump said, "I am so saddened to hear that. And I say, 'Stop it.' If it -- if it helps, I will say this and I will say right to the cameras: 'Stop it.'", reports the CNN.

Trump's radical stance on immigration and regional issues has left many minorities fearful about the future.

Trump said he's seen "a very small amount" -- including "one or two instances" -- of racial slurs being directed at minorities, particularly in largely white schools, since his election.

Shootings at an anti-Trump rally in Seattle, many injured

Shootings at an anti-Trump rally in Seattle, many injured

Washington D.C. (U.S.) Nov. 10 : Many persons have been injured in shooting in Seattle, Washington, as hundreds of people took to the streets to protest against U.S. Republican candidate Donald Trump's victory in 2016 Presidential election.

According to American media report, the shooting took place at Pine Street and 3 Avenue and the police have arrived at the scene.

The investigation into the incident is underway.

Trump was yesterday elected the President of the United States.

The Republican nominee won after capturing Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes, putting him over the 270 threshold.

Trump's surprising performance at the polls ended Hillary Clinton's quest to make history as the first female president of the United States.

Donald Trump to be the 45th president of US

Donald Trump to be the 45th president of US

Washington D.C. [United States], Nov. 9 : Republican Donald Trump has been elected as the 45th president of the United States and Mike Pence will be his Vice President.

Trump's surprising performance at the polls ended Hillary Clinton's quest to make history as the first female president of the United States.

Trump, a 70-year-old celebrity businessman who had never before run for office, is poised to become the oldest president ever elected to a first term, reports the Washington Post.

Will Trump have the last laugh courtesy blue collared whites?

Will Trump have the last laugh courtesy blue collared whites?

New York [USA], Nov. 8 : Even as on Sunday, Hillary Clinton led Donald Trump 48 percent- 43 percent in a Washington Post/ABC tracking poll, 44 percent - 40 percent in an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll and 45 percent - 42 percent in a Politico/Morning Consult poll, the most recent surveys find that the win is still not very clear.

Most analysis are saying that Trump is in striking distance of winning the election and there's just one reason for that - he is leading white voters without a college degree by a huge margin and Clinton isn't.

Among this particular group, the Republican nominee leads his Democratic opponent by 59 percent to 30 percent, reports the New York Times.

Is Trump following Obama's footsteps?

Is Trump following Obama's footsteps?

New York [USA], Nov. 8 : Comparing incumbent US President Barack Obama with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump may look bizarre to any American. However, the duo indeed has something in common from a political perspective.

Trump has been reckless with his words in many of his speeches, leading many to believe that racism is at the core of his campaign while Obama being the first elected black President in the US history stands quite opposite to Trump's assertion so far.

But what Trump has said is on the same issues and frames that Obama raised in 2008 and 2012. The Republican nominee has, however, changed the story lines, writes the New York Times.

Trump's son attends 'aarti' ahead of Election Day

Florida [USA], Nov. 6 : United States presidential nominee Donald Trump's son Eric on Saturday took part in a traditional Indian 'aarti' ahead of the crucial Election Day on November 8th to pray for his father's victory.

This is not the first that the Trump campaign has tried to woo the Hindu and the Indian-American community as his daughter-in-law Lara Trump had visited a Hindu temple last month in Virginia.

Taking the campaign further, the Republican nominee even appeared speaking Hindi for a presidential campaign ad ahead of Diwali.

Trump was seen uttering "Ab Ki Baar Trump Sarkaar (This time Trump government)" - adapting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 2014 vote-winning catchphrase as his.

Clinton leads by five points as presidential campaign heads into final two weeks

Washington D.C., Oct. 25 : With the Presidential campaign heading into its final two weeks, Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 5 points with the Democratic nominee's support just shy of the 50% mark, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.

Keeping all three presidential debates in mind, both candidates appear to have consolidated some support among their core supporters as Clinton has expanded her edge among younger voters and non-whites, while Trump has boosted his support among the whites without college degrees who make up the majority of his supporters, CNN reports.

Clinton now stands at 53% among voters under age 45, compared with 47% in the previous CNN/ORC poll.

Trump says 'the world hates Obama'

London [UK], Oct. 22 : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that President Barack Obama and the United States are despised around the world, which is driving countries such as the Philippines into the arms of its adversaries.

"The world hates our president. The world hates us. You saw what happened with the Philippines after years and years and years; they're now looking to Russia and China, because they don't feel good about the weak America" the Guardian quoted Trump, as saying at a Friday rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Hindus to have a 'true friend' at White House if I become President: Trump

New Jersey [United States], Oct. 16 : Asserting that he was a 'big fan' of India, Republican candidate Donald Trump played a major diplomatic card saying that if elected as President, the Indian and Hindu community would have a true friend at the White House.

Addressing a charity event organised by the Republican Hindu Coalition, Trump branded India as a key strategic ally and made a sweeping declaration that India and the U.S. would become 'best friends' with a phenomenal future, if he comes to power.

Trump vows to jail Hillary Clinton over emails if he wins presidential election

London [UK], Oct. 10 : Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, has said that if he was elected as the president of the United States, he would instruct the attorney general to "investigate" Hillary Clinton and to put her behind bars for using her personal and unsecured email server during her tenure as secretary of state.

Speaking at the second presidential debate in St Louis in front of millions of viewers, Trump told the Democrat that she should be "ashamed of herself" for deleting 33,000 emails, reports the Independent.

Trump said he would appoint a special prosecutor to look into the matter because she had endangered national security while she served as President Barack Obama's chief diplomat from 2009-2013.

Footage released of Trump bragging about 'groping women'

Washington D.C.,[US] Oct. 8 : A shocking previously unaired footage from 2005 has surfaced in which presidential candidate Donald Trump can be seen unabashedly bragging about trying to sleep with a married woman and being able to grope women as well.

According to CNN, Trump is heard talking about women in vulgar terms during an off-camera banter during the taping of a segment for "Access Hollywood," footage which was obtained by The Washington Post.

During the vulgar conversation captured by a microphone which Trump was wearing on his lapel, Trump can be heard talking about how he tried to "f***" an unidentified married woman before bragging that he is "automatically attracted to beautiful (women)" and just starts "kissing them."

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