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Melania Trump Hints Some WH Staff Untrustworthy

Ben Carson News
First lady Melania Trump says she thinks she’s “the most bullied person” in the world, based on what “people are saying” about her.

Mrs. Trump also says there are people in the White House she and President Donald Trump can’t trust. She didn’t name names but added that some of them “don’t work there anymore.”

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The Trump administration has dealt with numerous staff departures and an anonymous senior official’s newspaper op-ed critical of the president.

Mrs. Trump was interviewed during her recent Africa trip by ABC, which aired portions Thursday on “Good Morning America.” She promoted her Be Best initiative, which tackles online bullying.

The president frequently attacks people on Twitter.

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Donald Trump News
President Donald Trump says the U.S. is looking into the fate of a Saudi writer missing and feared murdered, but expressed reservations over calls to withhold further U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia, warning that such a move “would be hurting us.”

Decades of close U.S.-Saudi relations, which have only intensified under Trump, appeared in jeopardy by the suggestion of a carefully plotted murder of a government critic, Jamal Khashoggi, who disappeared a week ago after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey. The wealthy former government insider had been living in the United States in self-imposed exile.

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In an interview Wednesday with “Fox News @ Night,” Trump said he wanted to find out what happened to Khashoggi but appeared reluctant to consider blocking arms sales, citing economic reasons.

“I think that would be hurting us,” Trump said. “We have jobs, we have a lot of things happening in this country. We have a country that’s doing probably better economically than it’s ever done before.”

He continued: “Part of that is what we’re doing with our defense systems and everybody’s wanting them. And frankly I think that that would be a very, very tough pill to swallow for our country. I mean, you’re affecting us and, you know, they’re always quick to jump that way.”

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