Trump Wants Puerto Rico Debt Handled in Court, Not Wiped Out

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There at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Drumpf attempted his variation of "Puerto Rico", by accentuating the name (not in kind, seemingly) not once, not twice, but three times.

That leads us to this brilliant piece of Internetting that mashed up Trump's stunt with a vintage Larry Bird performance in a 3-point shooting contest.

"The Iranian regime supports terrorism and exports violence and chaos to Middle East", Trump said, noting that Iran will not allow possession of nuclear weapons. "But I do think that we should call on all media to a higher standard".

The cash-strapped island's 2035 8% bonds traded down to 32 cents on the dollar last Wednesday, down 12.5 points from the previous day after Trump said the debt had to be wiped out.

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Whatever Stephen Paddock intended when he chose to go on a murderous rampage in Las Vegas on Sunday night, it probably wasn't to stop Donald Trump focusing on North Korea. Sanders reeled herself back saying she had cited the country only as an example, and added ominously: "There are several examples there". Sanders agreed: "He certainly doesn't want to lay out his game plan for our enemies".

Or could Trump be messing with the press?

Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. "As we've said many times before, I know the president has, as I have from this podium on quite a few occasions, we're never going to say in advance what the president's going to do".

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