Voice of America: EU’s Juncker: Risk of No-deal Brexit Remains

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There is a still a concern that Britain may leave the European Union without a deal to smooth the way, the bloc’s chief executive said Saturday, urging Britain to take advantage of a six-month delay to work out the details of its departure. 

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made the comments in an interview with German newspaper FUNKE Mediengruppe, a week after EU leaders gave Britain six months more to exit the EU. 

“Nobody knows how Brexit will end. This is creating great uncertainty. There is still a fear that there will be a hard Brexit without any withdrawal treaty arrangements,” Juncker said, citing the long-term negative impact on Europe’s economy. 

‘Best solution’

Even though the extension to Oct. 31 offers little clarity on when, how or even whether Brexit will happen, Britain should use the time wisely, he said. 

“I hope that the British will make use of this time and not waste it again. We cannot keep on putting off the withdrawal date indefinitely. The best solution would be for the British to adopt the Withdrawal Agreement during the extra time that has been agreed,” Juncker said. 

The withdrawal deal negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May with the EU has been rejected three times by the British Parliament. 

Juncker, who is scheduled to meet U.S. President Donald Trump at the G-20 meeting in Osaka in June, predicted a “lively discussion” ahead. 

“The last discussion lasted six hours and it is good that you were not there,” Juncker said, referring to raised voices at his last talks with Trump. 

Trade relations between the United States and the EU have soured in recent months after Washington hit the bloc with tariffs and threatened more. Asked about possible new tariffs ahead of the G-20 meeting, Juncker counseled patience. 

Call for more spending

He called on Germany and other countries to spend more to boost growth in the bloc, which is expected to see a slowing economy, a day after German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz ruled out taking on new debt to stimulate his country’s anemic growth. 

“However, Germany should use its financial leeway to further reduce public debt and boost investment. This also includes eliminating bureaucratic hurdles,” Juncker said. 

He also cautioned there was a risk of foreign manipulation around next month’s European Parliament elections, where euroskeptic groups are expected to gain ground. 

With Britain expected to take part, the proportion of the assembly’s seats held by euroskeptics is seen rising to 14.3 percent from around 10 percent currently, according to the compilation of national polls commissioned by the European Parliament. 

“I can see an attempt to rig the European Parliament elections. This comes from several quarters, and not only from outside the EU. States within the EU are also seeking to direct the will of voters in a particular direction with fake news,” Juncker said, adding that the commission was ready to deal with 

the issue.

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Вести.Ru: Кубок Стэнли. “Торонто” Зайцева обыграл “Бостон” и вышел вперед в серии

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В пятом матче серии первого раунда плей-офф НХЛ “Торонто Мэйпл Лифс” на выезде обыграл “Бостон Брюинз” со счетом 2:1. Российский защитник гостевой команды Никита Зайцев провел на льду 22 минуты 33 секунды и очков не набрал.

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Взгляд: Турция рассердилась на Макрона

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Пресс-секретарь МИД Турции Хами Аксой раскритиковал президента Франции Эммануэля Макрона за встречу с делегацией так называемых Сирийских демократических сил.

Встреча Макрона с СДС прошла в пятницу. На ней, по сообщению Парижа, обсуждалась борьба против террористов из «Исламского государства», передает РИА «Новости».

Анкара осудила Макрона, так как считает, что СДС связана с Рабочей партией Курдистана, которая в Турции объявлена террористической организацией.

Турция заявила, что Париж сделал «неправильный шаг», пытаясь «придать искусственную легитимность террористической организации». Такой поступок, по мнению Анкары, «не согласуется с отношениями между союзниками».

МИД Турции призвал не допускать «повестки, наносящей ущерб политическому единству Сирии».

При этом Турция подчеркнула, что не откажется от мер, которые необходимы для обеспечения нацбезопасности.

Напомним, Анкара также обвиняет США в поддержке курдов, которая нарушает равновесие в регионе и мешает установлению мира между народами Сирии.

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Газета.Ru – Новости часа: Посольство РФ отреагировало на отчет по “российскому делу” 120-страничным докладом

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Российское посольство в Соединенных Штатах отреагировало на публикацию отчета спецпрокурора Роберта Мюллера о “российском вмешательстве” 120-страничным докладом. Он размещен на сайте ведомства.

Как отмечается, в докладе …

Газета.Ru – Новости часа


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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Посольство РФ отреагировало на отчет по “российскому делу” 120-страничным докладом

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Российское посольство в Соединенных Штатах отреагировало на публикацию отчета спецпрокурора Роберта Мюллера о “российском вмешательстве” 120-страничным докладом. Он размещен на сайте ведомства.

Как отмечается, в докладе …

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Voice of America: Trump Rips Ex-advisers Who Spoke With Mueller

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President Donald Trump lashed out Friday at current and former aides who cooperated with special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, insisting the deeply unflattering picture they painted of him and the White House was “total bullsh**.” 

 

In a series of angry tweets from rainy Palm Beach, Fla., Trump laced into those who, under oath, had shared with Mueller their accounts of how Trump tried numerous times to squash or influence the investigation and portrayed the White House as infected by a culture of lies, deceit and deception.

“Statements are made about me by certain people in the Crazy Mueller Report, in itself written by 18 Angry Democrat Trump Haters, which are fabricated & totally untrue,” Trump wrote, adding that some were “total bullsh** & only given to make the other person look good (or me to look bad).” 

The attacks were a dramatic departure from the upbeat public face the White House had shown just 24 hours earlier, when Trump celebrated the report’s findings as full exoneration and counselor Kellyanne Conway called it “the best day” for Trump’s team since his election.

While the president, according to people close to him, did feel vindicated by the report, he also felt betrayed by those who had painted him in an unflattering light — even though they were speaking under oath and had been directed by the White House to cooperate fully with Mueller’s team. 

 

The reaction was not entirely surprising and had been something staffers feared in the days ahead of the report’s release as they wondered how Mueller might portray their testimony and whether the report might damage their relationships with Trump. 

 

While Mueller found no criminal evidence that Trump or his campaign aides colluded in Russian election meddling, nor did the special counsel recommend obstruction charges against the president, the 448-page report released Thursday nonetheless paints a damaging picture of the president, describing numerous cases where he discouraged witnesses from cooperating with prosecutors and prodded aides to mislead the public on his behalf to hamper the Russia probe he feared would cripple his presidency. 

 

The accounts prompted Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, who has sometimes clashed with Trump, to release a statement saying he was “sickened at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land, including the president.” 

 

“Reading the report is a sobering revelation of how far we have strayed from the aspirations and principles of the founders,” he said. 

 

The report concluded that one reason Trump managed to stay out of trouble was that his “efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful … largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or accede to his requests.” 

 

That didn’t spare those who defied Trump’s wishes from his wrath.  

Trump appeared to be especially angry with former White House counsel Don McGahn, who sat with Mueller for about 30 hours of interviews, and is referenced numerous times in the report. 

 

In one particularly vivid passage, Mueller recounts how Trump called McGahn twice at home and directed him to set in motion Mueller’s firing. McGahn recoiled, packed up his office and threatened to resign, fearing the move would trigger a potential crisis akin to the “Saturday Night Massacre” of firings during the Watergate era. 

 

In another section, Mueller details how Trump questioned McGahn’s note-taking, telling the White House counsel that “lawyers don’t take notes” and that he’d “never had a lawyer who took notes.”

“Watch out for people that take so-called ‘notes,’ when the notes never existed until needed,” Trump said in one of his tweets Friday. Others whose contemporaneous notes were referenced in the report include former staff secretary Rob Porter and Reince Priebus, Trump’s first chief of staff. 

 

Trump ended his tweet with “a … ,” suggesting more was coming. More than eight hours later, he finally completed his thought, calling the probe a “big, fat, waste of time, energy and money” and threatening investigators by saying, “It is now finally time to turn the tables and bring justice to some very sick and dangerous people who have committed very serious crimes, perhaps even Spying or Treason.” There is no evidence of either.  

Trump, who is in Florida for the Easter weekend, headed to his West Palm Beach golf club Friday after some early-morning rain had cleared. There he played golf with conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh “and a couple friends,” according to the White House. 

 

He’ll spend the rest of the weekend with family, friends and paying members of his private Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach. 

 

As Trump hopped off the steps from Air Force One on Thursday evening, he was greeted by a throng of supporters, who clamored for autographs and selfies. He repeatedly told the crowd “thank you, everybody” as they yelled encouragement. 

 

Ari Fleischer, who served as White House press secretary to former President George W. Bush, said in an appearance on Fox News that he didn’t understand why Trump decided to send his tweets lashing out at former aides. 

 

“I think it’s over,” he said. “If I were the president, I would have basically declared victory with the Mueller report and everything that came out and move beyond it.” 

 

Still, he said he hoped the White House had learned some lessons. 

 

“The president and his entire team needs to realize how close they came to being charged with obstruction,” Fleischer said. “Asking your staff to lie and engaging in some of the activities that the Mueller report stated the president engaged in is too close to obstruction. And that’s a lesson I hope everybody at the White House takes with them going forward.”

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“Оппозиция в России” – Google News: The Real Russia. Today. Two Russian video-game magnates, Frolov on the Zelenskiy presidency for Moscow, and the Rosneft-Reuters feud – Meduza

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The Real Russia. Today. Two Russian video-game magnates, Frolov on the Zelenskiy presidency for Moscow, and the Rosneft-Reuters feud  Meduza

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“US – Russia relations” – Google News: The Real Russia. Today. Two Russian video-game magnates, Frolov on the Zelenskiy presidency for Moscow, and the Rosneft-Reuters feud – Meduza

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The Real Russia. Today. Two Russian video-game magnates, Frolov on the Zelenskiy presidency for Moscow, and the Rosneft-Reuters feud  Meduza

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Voice of America: Warren Is First 2020 Democrat to Call for Impeachment

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Friday became the first 2020 Democratic presidential candidate to make a full-throated call for the House of Representatives to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump after the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s redacted report. 

 

Mueller, who investigated whether Trump’s campaign coordinated with Russia during the 2016 election and whether the president tried to interfere with the inquiry, found no evidence of a conspiracy between Russia and the Trump campaign and offered no verdict on obstruction of justice. Mueller did find, however, that Trump made numerous attempts to interfere with the investigation but was largely foiled by those around him. 

 

In a series of tweets, Warren said it would be damaging to “ignore a president’s repeated efforts to obstruct an investigation into his own disloyal behavior” and would give license to future presidents to act in the same way. 

‘Constitutional duty’

“The severity of this misconduct demands that elected officials in both parties set aside political considerations and do their constitutional duty. That means the House should initiate impeachment proceedings against the president of the United States,” Warren, a senator from Massachusetts, tweeted. 

 

Other 2020 Democratic presidential candidates, while supportive of the idea of impeachment, were more circumspect in their responses.  

Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro said Friday on CNN that it would be “perfectly reasonable for Congress to open up those proceedings.” 

 

Both Gov. Jay Inslee of Washington and Rep. Eric Swalwell of California said the question of impeachment should not be taken off the table.  Other Democratic candidates, including Sens. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Kamala Harris of California, indicated it was too soon to initiate impeachment proceedings. 

 

“We don’t have an unredacted version of the report. We don’t have the underlying materials that that report was written upon. We haven’t had yet an opportunity to have hearings where we interview Mueller,” Booker said during a campaign stop in Reno, Nevada. 

 

Harris was asked Thursday night on MSNBC to comment on House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer’s remarks that impeachment hearings against Trump would not be “worthwhile” because the 2020 election is coming up and voters can decide if they want to keep Trump in office.    

“I think that’s there definitely a conversation to be had on that subject,” Harris said, referring to impeachment, “but first I want to hear from Bob Mueller and really understand what exactly is the evidence that supports the summary that we’ve been given.” 

 

Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind., said the best recourse for Trump’s actions as president would be to vote him out.  

  

“If we really want to send Trumpism into the history books, the best thing we can do is defeat it decisively at the ballot box in 2020,” Buttigieg said on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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Blogs from Michael_Novakhov (21 sites): The FBI News Review: “fbi criticism” – Google News: A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department – The New York Times

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“fbi criticism” – Google News: A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department – The New York Times
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Voice of America: Judge: Federal Land Coal Sales Need Review

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A federal judge Friday ruled that the Trump administration failed to consider potential damage to the environment from its decision to resume coal sales from U.S. lands, but the court stopped short of halting future sales.

U.S. District Judge Brian Morris in Montana said Interior Department officials had wrongly avoided an environmental review of their action by describing it “as a mere policy shift.” In so doing, officials ignored the environmental effects of selling huge volumes of coal from public lands, the judge said.

The ruling marks another in a string of judicial setbacks for President Donald Trump’s attempts to boost North American energy production.

A previous order from Morris blocked the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would transport crude from Canada’s oil sands. Other courts have issued rulings against the administration’s plans for oil and gas leasing and coal mining.

40% US coal from federal lands

More than 40% of U.S. coal is mined from federal lands, primarily in Western states. Companies have mined about 4 billion tons of coal from federal reserves in the past decade, contributing $10 billion to federal and state coffers through royalties and other payments.

The Obama administration imposed a moratorium on most federal coal sales in 2016. The move followed concerns that low royalty rates paid by mining companies were shortchanging taxpayers and that burning the fuel was making climate change worse.

Trump lifted the moratorium in March 2017 as part of his efforts to revitalize the slumping coal industry.

“The moratorium provided protections on public lands for more than 14 months,” Morris said in Friday’s 34-page order. He added that lifting the moratorium was a “major federal action” sufficient to trigger requirements for a detailed analysis of its environmental impacts.

Consider the consequences

Morris ordered government attorneys to enter negotiations with states, tribal officials and environmental groups in order to determine the next steps in the case.

“The court held clearly that the Trump administration needs to rationally consider the consequences of its decision. Those include dire impacts to clean water, public health and our climate,” said Earthjustice attorney Jenny Harbine, who represents environmental groups and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, which had sued to stop the lease sales.

The attorneys general of California, New Mexico, New York and Washington, all Democrats, also had sued over the resumption of the federal coal lease program. They said it should not have been revived without studying what’s best for the environment and for taxpayers.

Representatives of the Interior Department did not immediately respond to emailed and telephone requests for comment.

Utah coal leases

In February, Interior officials had announced a sale of coal leases on public lands in Utah by issuing a statement headlined “The War on Coal is Over.” They said the sale would not have been possible if the administration had not overturned the moratorium.

The department’s Bureau of Land Management administers about 300 coal leases in 10 states. Most of that coal, 85%, comes from the Powder River Basin in Wyoming and Montana. Other states with significant federal coal reserves include Colorado and New Mexico.

Production and combustion of coal from federal lands accounted for about 11% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2014.

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Lenta.ru : Новости: «Уральский Халк» попал в больницу и отменил предстоящий бой

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Российский боец MMA Иван Штырков попал в больницу накануне боя с американцем Дэвином Кларком в рамках турнира Абсолютного бойцовского чемпионата (UFC). Кларк уточнил, что из-за госпитализации «Уральского Халка» поединок, который должен был состояться 20 апреля в Санкт-Петербурге, отменен.

Lenta.ru : Новости


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Газета.Ru – Новости дня: Токио продолжит закупать у США F-35A вопреки катастрофе с истребителем ВВС Японии

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Токио намерен продолжить закупать у Вашингтона истребители F-35A, несмотря на недавно произошедшую с одним из самолетов катастрофу, об этом сообщает Kyodo.

Отмечается, что глава японского минобороны Такэси Ивая провел переговоры с и. о. …

Газета.Ru – Новости дня


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Взгляд: Обвиняемый в убийстве военных уроженец Чечни оправдан

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Присяжные в Северо-Кавказском окружном военном суде в Ростове-на-Дону вынесли оправдательный вердикт Расамбеку Бекмурзаеву, которого обвиняли в убийстве трех военных, сообщила пресс-секретарь суда Алена Катькало.

Присяжные совещались с 15.00 до 22.00 мск, передает ТАСС.

Следствие считало, что в 2000 году Бекмурзаев на рынке Урус-Мартана застрелил трех военнослужащих, один из которых был сотрудником ФСБ. После этого, по версии следствия, Бекмурзаев забрал у убитых автоматы и боеприпасы, которые, как считалось, передал неизвестному, передает РИА «Новости».

Сообщалось, что в 2001 году Бекмурзаев несколько месяцев состоял в банде, которая совершала нападения на военных и правоохранителей, а после работал водителем такси.

В пресс-службе суда добавили, что судья покинул совещательную комнату, сообщив об освобождении Бекмурзаева из-под стражи с подпиской о невыезде.

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“russia” – Google News: Obama administration ‘did not do itself proud’ on Russia probe, Examiner editor says – Fox News

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Obama administration ‘did not do itself proud’ on Russia probe, Examiner editor says  Fox News

Washington Examiner opinion editor Byron York said the Obama administration “did not do itself proud” when it came to dealing with the Russian interference …

“russia” – Google News


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