FOX News: NYU political science professor blasted for tweeting fake Trump quote, calling it ‘plausible’

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Foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and a New York University political science professor, got in trouble for a tweet of a fake quote attributed to President Trump.

FOX News


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World – TIME: President Trump Becomes the First World Leader to Meet Japan’s New Emperor

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(TOKYO) — President Donald Trump got the red carpet treatment Monday at Japan’s Imperial Palace where he made history, becoming the first world leader to meet with the new emperor of Japan.

Emperor Naruhito ascended to the throne on May 1, opening what is called the era of “Reiwa,” or “beautiful harmony.” The president and first lady Melania Trump kicked off the formal visit with handshakes and greetings with Naruhito and Empress Masako.

The president, who is on a four-day state visit to Japan, was treated to a welcome ceremony full of pomp and pageantry. On a hot, sunny day, Trump stood at attention alone atop a platform before he walked along a red-carpeted route to review troops. Military bands played and Trump passed in front of a group of schoolchildren feverishly waving U.S. and Japanese flags.

Trump later will go to the Japanese state guest house for meetings, a working lunch and joint news conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

The president will also be the guest of honor at an imperial banquet at the palace hosted by the emperor.

World – TIME


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Sociopaths with power: What Wilhelm II and Donald Trump have in common

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M angel to tact and sense of proportion, little serenity, instead of exaggerated urge to achieve; one of the most powerful features in the world, Donald Trump.

However, the Chemnitz historian Frank-Lothar Kroll, when he formulated this description, by no means the 45th US President in mind, but a very different powerful man: Wilhelm II, the King of Prussia and German Emperor by the grace of God.

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Es gibt erstaunliche Parallelen zwischen dem 45. US-Präsidenten und dem letzten deutschen Kaiser

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Schon im Alter von sechs Jahren beschäftigte sich Wilhelm mit Schiffen. Das Brandenburg-Preußen Museum im brandenburgischen Wustrau …

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… erhielt durch einen anonymen Spender fünf Kinder- und Jugendzeichnungen des späteren Kaisers.

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Sie stammen aus dem Nachlass des ehemaligen Hauslehrers des Kronprinzen.

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Später beließ es Wilhelm II. nicht bei Strichzeichnungen, sondern förderte den Aufbau einer riesigen Schlachtflotte.

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“Huis Doorn” in der Provinz Utrecht. Wilhelm II. ließ das im 14. Jahrhundert errichtete und 1780 umgebaute Gebäude aufwändig verändern, bevor er es 1920 bezog.

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Hier hielt der Ex-Kaiser, inmitten zahlloser Erinnerungsstücke, weiterhin Hof.

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Zahlreiche Monarchisten besuchten Wilhelm in seinem Exil und unterstützten ihn bei seinem Steckenpferd, dem Sägen von Baumstämmen.

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Der Inhalt von 59 Güterwaggons füllte das Haus.

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Seit den Fünfzigerjahren ist “Haus Doorn” ein Museum.

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Wegen Subventionskürzungen drohte für 2013 die Schließung …

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… stattdessen soll ab September 2013 in Doorn an den Ersten Weltkrieg erinnert werden, an dessen Ausbruch Wilhelm II. maßgeblich beteiligt war.

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Reuters: World News: Pro-Europe vote fragments but limits nationalist gains in EU election

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Parties committed to strengthening the European Union held on to two-thirds of seats in the EU parliament, official projections from the bloc’s elections showed on Sunday, though far-right and nationalist opponents saw strong gains.

Reuters: World News


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