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Trump and Merkel: Everything’s great!

Following remarks in which President Trump told the head of NATO that Germany was too dependent on Russia for its natural gas and not spending enough defense, Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the press their own meeting, which seems to have been hastily scheduled, was going great. Said Trump: “We’re having a great meeting. We’re discussing military expenditure, we’re talking about trade. We

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Merkel Hit by Tomato Hurled by Open-Borders Opponent

Angela Merkel was hit by a tomato that was apparently thrown by an opponent to her policy of letting untold numbers of immigrants from terrorist-harboring regions into Germany, and therefore into Europe. Here she is around the moment the tomato landed. Unfortunately, you can’t really see it being thrown. Okay, I’m not saying it was a good thing it was thrown, just, if it gets

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Video || Trump and Merkel Finally Shake Hands

Here they are, meeting in Germany. If you look closely at this video, which is a dumb thing to do but fun so I did it, it looks like she started to try to shake his hand a couple of times, thought better of it, and then finally went for it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VykzrUyeAho Remember, last time, President Trump refused to shake her hand.

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Frumpy Frau Merkel’s Fishy Hissy Fit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is steaming mad that an American leader declined to follow her dictates on the environment and asked her to spend a little less on socialism and a bit more on her own defense. “The times in which we could rely fully on others, they are somewhat over. This is what I experienced in the last few days,” she said following her

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Merkel’s Eloquent Toast to Obama and the United States

I don’t know, maybe I’m just not used to Europeans expressing gratitude to the United States. Or politicians delivering eloquent statements immersed in real thoughts, feelings, and history – however uncomfortable and true. But Chancellor Merkel’s toast to President Obama and the United States tonight struck a chord with me, and I thought you might like to read some excerpts. Barack Obama, I think what

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Obama Takes Bowing a Step Further

Well, Benetton, which make overpriced clothing and reportedly isn’t doing that great in the down economy, has produced photos of world leaders kissing each other as part of its new I’M NOT GOING TO BE IGNORED advertising campaign. Well, that’s not the official name of the campaign. The being WHITE HOUSE Dossier, I provide you the photos of Obama, here seen kissing Hu Jintao and

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WHD Exclusive: Merkel Starving After State Dinner

A famished German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seen staggering about Washington’s restaurant-heavy Georgetown neighborhood last night looking for something to eat following a State Dinner thrown in her honor at the White House. The portly Merkel had been treated to a healthy meal by Michelle Obama, who has finally begun serving the type of lean foods at the White House she recently put on kids’

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Michelle Obama Serves a Healthy Meal!

Well, fair is fair. We’ve called the first lady on all the fattening stuff she eats and ladles out to her guests even as she campaigns for our children to straighten out their diets and rein in their bellies. But at tonight’s State Dinner, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to be treated to a tasty yet not particularly lard-heavy meal. There’s fish, salad, vegetables and

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Obama Reels Goolsbee’s Spin Back In

President Obama today contradicted his senior economic adviser, suggesting more concern about Friday’s lame jobs report than Counsel of Economic Advisers Chairman Austan Goolsbee has been letting on. During a news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Obama revealed that there must be fear in the White House that the report – which said the unemployment rate had lifted from 9 to 9.1 percent while the

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