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Twitter's new troll filtering might actually prevent more abuse than any ban

Twitter's new troll filtering might actually prevent more abuse than any ban


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A deputy had a strange encounter on a highway in central Florida.

President Trump declines to side with US intelligence that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election.

Instead, Trump repeatedly asked about the Democratic National Committee's email server and Hillary Clinton's missing emails.

The number of asylum seekers crossing between legal entry points has steadily decreased.

.@TerryMoran to @GStephanopoulos on Trump-Putin presser: "I think we are witnessing a fundamental shift in American foreign policy towards the Kremlin."

NEW: Former CIA Director John Brennan calls Pres. Trump's joint presser with Vladimir Putin "nothing short of treasonous."

Russian President Vladimir Putin denies'so-called Russian interference' in the U.S. 2016 presidential election.

Maritime seafood exports to Japan should increase with TPP, says ambassador #pei

Russian President Vladimir Putin presents a soccer ball to President Trump to recognize the United States co-hosting the World Cup in 2026.

President Trump then bounced the ball to first lady Melania Trump.

Pres. Trump on Russia meddling into U.S. election: "Pres. Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today, and what he did is an incredible offer—he offered to have the people working on the case come and work with their investigators."

Just in case you didn't know... #BruceWillis says #DieHard isn't a #Christmas movie.

Pres. Trump, in joint presser with Vladimir Putin: "What happened to Hillary Clinton's emails? 33,000 emails gone, just gone. I think in Russia they wouldn't be gone so easily."

Pres. Trump says intelligence community believes Russia was behind 2016 election interference, but Pres. Putin says Russia was not.

"I don't see any reason why it would be...I have confidence in both parties."

That AP reporter just asked Trump to side with the US over Russia. And he didn't.

WATCH: @POTUS says he holds "both countries responsible" for the poor relations between the U.S. & Russia.

Russian Pres. Putin says he "will look into" 12 Russian intel officers indicted last week for alleged hacking effort in 2016 election, and that he will allow special counsel Mueller's team into Russia to witness interrogations.

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