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Terror United

May 24, 2017  •  City Journal

This much is now known about the Manchester arena suicide bombing, the deadliest terrorist attack in Great Britain since 2005. The perpetrator of the attack that killed 22 people, including children as young as eight, and wounded 59 others, was Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old British citizen born in Manchester, a seemingly unremarkable university student of business and management whose parents had emigrated from Libya.

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Ariana Grande Manchester concert attack: Another sickening terror success

May 23, 2017  •  Fox News

Mission accomplished. There was absolute panic, screaming, running, chaos and fear. The explosion itself and word of a bomb sent thousands of the 20,000 people attending the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, rushing towards the exits and the ticket area where the suicide bomber detonated a shrapnel-filled weapon soon after Grande had finished her performance.

Parents waiting for their children just outside the arena were equally panicked as they raced inside or watched, waited, and prayed that their children would be among those running down the arena's stairs to safety.

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Trump's big trip - A chance to change the political subject

May 19, 2017  •  Fox News

Before his surprise election as nation's 45th president, private citizen Donald J. Trump rarely left home. Travels abroad were usually brief and focused on clinching a property deal or ceremonial ribbon-cutting at a new hotel or golf course bearing his name.

Mr. Trump made no secret of the fact that he is a homebody who likes sleeping in his own bed -- be it at Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue n New York, or at Mar-a-Lago, his Palm Beach "winter palace" which he visited 7 times in his first 100 days as president.

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Breathing Room

May 19, 2017  •  City Journal

The surprise appointment Wednesday of Robert S. Mueller III as special counsel to investigate Russia's alleged efforts to sway the 2016 U.S. presidential election should have given President Donald Trump and his beleaguered administration political breathing room. But while Trump initially reacted stoically, denying "collusion" between his campaign and "any foreign entity" and casting the appointment as an opportunity to put such charges to rest "quickly," he could not leave well enough alone.

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Trump's Misstep on Comey

May 10, 2017  •  City Journal

There were many reasons why FBI director James B. Comey should have been seen long ago as the wrong man for such a sensitive job. So why was he fired now? In his brief letter terminating Comey, President Trump wrote that he was firing him to restore "public trust and confidence" in the bureau that the attorney general and deputy attorney general concluded he had lost.

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