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Vice President Mike Pence Warns Russia 'On the Wrong Side of History'

Vice President Mike Pence Warns Russia 'On the Wrong Side of History'”

"And with the help of groundbreaking technologies that are advanced by America's private enterprise we know we will go faster and at a lower cost to taxpayer than ever before", Pence told the audience.

The issue boiled over on Friday, when Mr Pence and his senior staff were on an eight-hour flight to Peru to attend the Summit of the Americas.

Trump demanded Pence boot Lerner, but after Pence got the president on the phone to calm him down, it seemed that the vice-president would prevail in this internecine squabble.

"This is something we can not accept, the use of chemical weapons on civilians", Trudeau said, "and the worldwide community needs to continue to stand extremely strongly as we continue to hold Syria accountable".

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Syria came under attack one week after a suspected chemical weapons attack hit the Syrian town of Douma near Damascus.

Pence repeatedly praised the "strong leadership" of President Donald Trump and American allies in responding to the chemical attacks in Syria.

In condemning the US-led attack, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad insisted on Saturday that the missile strikes would only strengthen his nation's resolve to keep its fight against Western-backed terror groups and "crush terrorism in every inch of the nation". That day, when they passed (Friday 13 April) at the Penny held two separate meetings with the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique peña Nieto.

There had been hopes leading up to this weekend's summit that an agreement might be signed, but that did not happen and instead, US negotiators softened their demands on autos even as Trump said he will to renegotiate "forever".



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