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'Trump is the most powerful unifying force the Democrats could imagine'
Is Donald Trump falling apart? US media reports in recent weeks have portrayed a president who's losing the plot. Nine months into his presidency, polls show Trump is deeply disliked in much of the world, but they also reveal he's the least popular new president in US history. Our guest, Nelson Cunningham, is a former special advisor to President Bill Clinton. He gives us his take on Trump and tells us why he's confident the Democrats can stage a comeback in the 2018 midterm elections.

Hustler publisher Larry Flynt offers $10 million for info leading to Trump impeachment
Hustler Magazine publisher Larry Flynt offered $10 million Sunday for dirt to help remove from office US President Donald Trump, in a full page ad in the Washington Post.

Government wins landslide victory in Venezuela poll, opposition cries foul
President Nicolas Maduro's government won a majority of governorships in Venezuela's regional election on Sunday, drawing fraud suspicions from the opposition whom polls had shown poised for a big win.

By pulling out of international deals, is Trump acting in the US interest?
At first, US President Donald Trump ripped up, or vowed to renegotiate, a number of trade deals. Then, he pulled out of the Paris climate pact and UNESCO. On Friday, he refused to certify the Iran nuclear deal, all in the US's interest. But is it?

Live: Watch Donald Trump's speech on the Iran nuclear agreement
In a speech from the White House on Friday, Donald Trump is expected to strike a blow to the Iran nuclear accord, in defiance of other world players, and outline a more aggressive strategy to check Iran’s power.

NYC, London police probe Weinstein sex assault claims amid new rape allegation
The case against disgraced Harvey Weinstein took on an international dimension Thursday, with police in New York and Britain launching investigations -- while the movie mogul was accused of rape by a fourth person.

Democrats under fire as Weinstein scandal turns political
The sexual assault accusations against Harvey Weinstein have seeped into America's partisan politics, with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton accused of waiting too long to disavow their friend and party donor.

Brazil's never-ending crisis: Will Temer be impeached next?
It's been over a year since Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's first female president, was impeached for manipulating the public accounts. Today, her successor Michel Temer finds himself bogged down in a wide-ranging corruption scandal. His survival depends on Congress, which has the power decide to send him to court. So is Brazil bracing itself for yet another impeachment procedure? Our correspondents report.

Allegations mount against Hollywood mogul Weinstein
The New Yorker reported on Tuesday that 13 women have claimed that movie producer Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed or assaulted them, including three who told the magazine they had been raped.

Who's the 'moron'? Trump claims his IQ is higher than Tillerson's
President Donald Trump suggested he's smarter than Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, saying in an interview published Tuesday that if Tillerson did call him a moron, as reported, the two should "compare IQ tests".

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