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Melania Trump wears 'I don't care' jacket on plane to visit child detention centre

The US first lady wears a jacket reading, "I really don't care, do u?", as she boards a flight for an unannounced visit to a Texas facility housing migrant children separated from their parents.

Crikey /
‘You’re worse than me!’: Trump is playing catch up to Australian cruelty

Crikey readers respond to the story of a New Zealand boy currently in detention, as well as ongoing disappointment over the NBN. The post ‘You’re worse than me!’: Trump is playing catch up to Australian cruelty appeared first on Crikey.

The Age /
WikiLeaks publishes ICE employee database

 Wikileaks has published professional information and LinkedIn profiles of thousands of US ICE employees, as the fallout from the Trump ...

The Age /
Trump administration tightens rules for federal scientists talking to reporters

A new directive from the Trump administration instructs scientists with the US Geological Survey to get approval before interviews with reporters.

Crikey /
Is Melania Trump really wearing her disdain for immigrant children?

Melenia Trump was seen sporting a slogan apparently dismissing treatment of immigrant children, but the message might actually be directed a little ...

E! Online /
Melania Trump Faces Criticism for Wearing ''I Really Don't Care'' Jacket to Visit Immigrant Children

Melania Trump ruffled feathers on Thursday when she traveled to meet with immigrant children wearing a jacket that read "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" ...

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This is what Trump's executive order means for immigrant families at the border

Donald Trump signs an executive order to end the separation of immigrant families at the US-Mexico border. Here's why they were being separated and what the new order will change.

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Trump vs the world: How 'America first' is shutting down the world chorus

The trouble with organisations like the United Nations is that there are so many voices. Donald Trump prefers not a chorus but a duo, preferably one he dominates, writes chief foreign correspondent Philip Williams.

SMH /
North Korea returns remains of 200 US war dead: Trump

The US President says North Korea has returned the remains of 200 US troops missing from the Korean War, although there is no confirmation from the military.

The Age /
'Very strong' borders: Turnbull offered refugee advice to Trump

Early on in Malcolm Turnbull's infamous phone call with Trump the Australian Prime Minister revealed something that has largely been ignored.

The Age /
‘Womp Womp’: Lewandowski mocks Down Syndrome child kept from mother

Many called Lewandowski's remarks heartless and said they reflected the lack of empathy inherent in the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" ...

The Age /
In reversal, Trump signs order stopping family separation

Bowing to pressure from anxious allies, Trump signed an executive order ending the process of separating children from families.

The Age /
Pope criticises Trump administration policy on migrant family separation

"It's not easy, but populism is not the solution," Pope Francis said in relation to the deepening crisis in the US.

ABC /
Prince Harry's advice to Meghan's dad is right: We should all give Trump a chance

Donald Trump is so divisive that emotions kick in before objectivity has a chance. But we shouldn't overlook the President's success in office, from withdrawing from the UNHCR to tax reform and dealmaking with North Korea.

The Age /
Republicans scramble for legislative fix to family separation crisis

Trump has sought to link an end to the family separations to the passage of a wider immigration bill, with Democrats accusing him of using children as hostages.

The Age /
'Cesspool of political bias': US withdraws from UN Human Rights Council

The Trump administration has announced its departure from the UN's main human rights body in its latest withdrawal from an international institution.

The Age /
Surprise: Kim Jong-un arrives in Beijing

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has arrived in Beijing, where he is expected to brief Chinese President Xi Jinping on his summit last week with ...

The Age /
Trump's mid-term strategy: keeps base fired up by attacking migrants

Donald Trump sent his clearest signal yet he intends to make divisive, racially charged issues like immigration central going into the campaign season.

The Age /
In call with Markle's dad, Prince Harry 'expressed support' for Trump, Brexit

Prince Harry's father-in-law has revealed what the sixth-in-line to the throne really thinks about the US President.

The Age /
Donald Trump taunts Angela Merkel on Twitter over immigration

Donald Trump attacked Germany's Angela Merkel, claiming the German people were turning against her tenuous political coalition over immigration.

The Age /
Audio of distressed children separated from parents emerges

A newly released audio recording of children being taken away from their parents has added to the outrage over the Trump administration immigration ...

The Age /
Separating families at border a 'moral crisis', says Hillary Clinton

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the Trump administration action to separate children from parents "a moral and humanitarian crisis".

The Age /
'Sick loser': Trump blasts FBI agent who offers to testify before Congress

FBI agent Peter Strzok says he is willing to testify to clear his name following the discovery of anti-Trump text messages.

The Age /
Trump is trashing the American dream

Despite President Trump’s repeated assertions to the contrary, these forced separations are administration policy.

The Age /
China and Europe should teach Trump a lesson, says Chinese media

China Daily lashes Trump's 'wilful' style, as iron ore miner Rio Tinto thinks the effect on it will be minimal.

The Brisbane Times /
Don't kid yourself, Trump and Kim are up to no good

What did two of the most dangerous men in the world really talk about for two hours in a room, all alone?

The Brisbane Times /
After Kim meeting, Trump turns to Putin

US President Donald Trump is expected to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin next month while he is in Europe for a NATO summit.

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