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Trump Assures Trudeau On Trade, Defends Immigration Policies

Among the press conference highlights between President Trump and PM Trudeau,  the two leaders agreed on the need for greater infrastructure investment, a joint council to benefit women entrepreneurs in North America, a fight against drugs crossing the border, as well as a focus on the US immigration policy.

Trump Signs Executive Orders Rolling Back Dodd-Frank, Fiduciary Rule

As previewed earlier today, moments ago President signed two executive aimed at starting the process of rolling back the regulatory system put in place after the financial crisis. Among the targets are rules that protect against predatory lenders, force brokers to lower fees for retirees and ban proprietary trading.

Nigel Farage Joins Fox News

Following his comments yesterday that he "was proud to have played [his] part in Trump's election," Nigel Farage has announced that he will be joining Fox News channel as a contributor.

Trump Announces Sprint Bringing 5,000 Jobs Back To US, Says UN Might Be "Waste Of Time & Money"

Trump said Sprint Corp and a U.S. satellite company OneWeb will be bringing a total of 8,000 jobs to the United States, celebrating the moves as a result of optimism associated with his election. It was unclear how the 8,000 jobs are related to a $50 billion investment announced recently by Japan's SoftBank, which is associated with both companies. SoftBank's head Masayoshi Son said at the time his investment would create 50,000 jobs.

Ron Paul: "US Interferes In Foreign Elections All The Time"

"If you review the history of how many elections we’ve been involved with, how many countries we’ve invaded and how many people we’ve killed to have our guy in, I’ll tell you what – we don’t have very much room for condemning anybody else."

Nancy Pelosi Retains House Minority Leadership Position

After a long-fought battle between Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Tim Ryan (D-OH) for leader of the House minority party, as expected, Pelosi has emerged the victor.  Seems the Democrats learned very little from the 2016 Presidential election cycle.