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  1. How Did The G7 Meetings Go? Depends On Which World Leader You Ask

    05.28 / 21:49 - Politics
    Watch Video President Donald Trump is back at the White House after his first international trip, applauding his work overseas. But some other world leaders have a different view of the NATO and G7 meetings — most notably Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron."It was a tremendously productive meeting where I strengthened America bonds. We have great bonds with other countries," Trump said Saturday.Merkel said she left the meetings in Italy and Brussels feeling l…
  2. Sec. John Kelly Calls Leaking 'Borderline' Treason

    05.28 / 20:51 - Politics
    Watch VideoHomeland Security Secretary John Kelly told NBC's Chuck Todd what he thinks of U.S. officials leaking classified information:"It's borderline, if not over the line, of treason," Kelly said.He's talking about crime scene photos of the Manchester bombing that were first published by The New York Times. British intelligence shared the photos with U.S. intelligence, who then reportedly leaked them to U.S. media. That led British police to temporarily stop…
  3. President Donald Trump Still Won't Commit To The Paris Agreement

    05.27 / 20:39 - Politics
    Watch VideoThe U.S. is the only G-7 member that hasn't agreed to honor the Paris Agreement.G-7 is an alliance of the seven most industrialized economies in the world: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the U.K. and the U.S.The European Union also participates at G-7 summits but isn't listed as an official member.SEE MORE: Trump Reportedly Says Germans Are 'Bad, Very Bad' At NATO MeetingOn Saturday, the group issued its annual declaration addressing various economic…
  4. Judge Throws Out Lawsuit Against Hillary Clinton Over Benghazi Deaths

    05.27 / 20:39 - Politics
    Watch VideoOn Friday, a federal judge threw out a lawsuit that blamed Hillary Clinton for the deaths of two Americans at a diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012.Patricia Smith and Charles Woods filed the suit in August. Each lost a son in the attack. They said Clinton's use of a private email server jeopardized confidential information and was to blame for the attack.But a law known as the Westfall Act gives federal officials "absolute immunity from common-law…