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Trump in foul-mouthed tirade on old ally Netanyahu: Report

Former U.S. president Donald Trump spat an expletive about his old ally, Israel's ex-prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, for congratulating Joe Biden on his victory in last year's election, according to a new book.

Trump lashed out in an interview for a book on U.S.-Israel relations during his presidency, author Barak Ravid wrote on the Axios website on Dec. 10.

Iveta Cherneva: The US National Security Establishment needs a Paradigm Shift. Now.

Iveta Cherneva is an Amazon best-selling author, political commentator and human rights activist. Her latest book is "Trump, European security and Turkey". Cherneva's career includes Congress and the UN; she was a top finalist for UN Special Rapporteur on freedom of speech in 2020.

Trump ally Bannon surrenders to face Capitol riot probe charges

Former president Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon expressed defiance on Nov. 15 after surrendering to the FBI to face charges of contempt of Congress after refusing to testify on the January 6 Capitol assault.

He accused President Joe Biden of having "ordered" the Justice Department to prosecute him.

Trump Voices Concerns Over ‘Abandoned’ Kosovo-Serbia Agreements

Former US President Donald Trump said in Thursday that the agreements between Kosovo and Serbia he brokered during his last year in the White House should be implemented, while his former Balkan envoy, Richard Grenell, called on Joe Biden's administration to become "more aggressive" in his leadership towards the region.

Obama faults Russia, China for 'lack of urgency' on climate

Barack Obama expressed confidence at U.N. climate talks on Nov. 8 that the Biden administration will ultimately get its $555 billion climate package through Congress, and faulted U.S. rivals China and Russia for what he called a "dangerous lack of urgency" in cutting their own climate-wrecking emissions.

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