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Console makers seek to avoid 25% price bump driven by Trump’s trade war

This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through.

Enlarge / This could all be 25% more expensive if the Trump administration's latest Chinese tariff threats go through.

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Trump Wins: Judge Denies Obama Holdover's Suit Against Mulvaney Running CFPB

In a somewhat unsurprising decision, President Trump won a legal fight over who gets to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (at least for now).

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Trump Departs Macron With "Excruciating" 30 Second Handshake While Kissing French President's Wife

When Donald Trump arrived in Paris for his first official visit to Emmanuel Macron ahead of Bastille Day celebrations, the media was fascinated whether their "sequel" handshake would be another white-knuckle affair of the "not too innocent" kind, as Macron described his famous first handshake with the US president. In retrospect, it was a bit of a letdown, perhaps because since then the two had several opportunities to work on their greetings and appeared both more at ease, although questions did emerge about Trump's handshake with Brigitte Macron, which among other things, afforded Trump the opportunity to say the first lady was in "great shape."

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Meanwhile, In Germany...

The floats at Karneval parades across southern and western Germany are known for their biting satire. As The Local reports, this year the main target of their derision was only ever going to be one man.

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The 10 Biggest Leaks Of The Trump Presidency

Following Trump Chief of Staff Priebus' comments earlier, it is clear, as Axios notes, President Trump's biggest problem has quickly become a leaking administration.

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NSC Official Fired For Criticizing Trump

After the premature resignation of Michael Flynn over his alleged conversations with the Russian ambassador, the Trump administration has made it clear it will not tolerate any dissent within the ranks. Case in point: Craig Deare, who was recently appointed the U.S. National Security Council’s senior director for Western Hemisphere Affairs, was removed from the agency days after criticizing President Trump and senior White House officials, including son-in-law Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka Trump at a private event hosted by a Washington think tank, Politico reported.

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