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N.J. car dealer accused customer of plotting to give the Taliban a Mercedes: lawsuit

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PARAMUS – A New Jersey man has sued luxury car dealership Prestige Motors Inc., claiming a manager refused to sell him a Mercedes Benz because the manager thought the buyer was linked to the Taliban, according to the recordonline.com. Surjeet Bassi, 50, claims the manager told him that he came from a “high-risk area” where people…

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Richard Engel goes off on Trump for trying to ‘confuse’ Americans with ‘sand and blood’ slur on Middle East

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NBC correspondent Richard Engel on Wednesday lashed out at President Donald Trump for portraying the Middle East as "sand and blood" to "confuse" Americans about the U.S. retreat from Syria.

In a statement from the White House on Thursday, the president announced that he was lifting all sanctions on Turkey after President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an promised to enact a "permanent" ceasefire against the Kurds.

“Let someone else fight over this long bloodstained sand,” the president said. At another point, he described the Middle East as "tribal."

Following the president's remarks, Engel appeared outraged.

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Trump’s quid pro quo isn’t Mitch McConnell’s only headache

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William Taylor is the US senior diplomat to Ukraine. He gave testimony to Congress Wednesday confirming what we already know: the president held up aid in exchange for Ukraine’s president to announce publicly that he was investigating Joe Biden.

That, my friend, is a quid pro quo.

This article was originally published at The Editorial Board

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WATCH: Trump delivers incoherent rant about Obama during fact-free announcement on Syria withdrawal

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President Donald Trump delivered an incoherent rant about former President Barack Obama on Wednesday as he announced that he would lift sanctions on the Turkish government.

Even though America's Kurdish allies are still furious after the president gave Turkey a green light to invade their territory in northern Syria, Trump nonetheless portrayed his policies as an unqualified success.

"It’s too early for me to be congratulated, but we have done a good job," Trump said. "We’ve saved a lot of lives. Most importantly, we have avoided another costly military intervention that could have led to disastrous far-reaching consequences. Many thousands of people could have been killed."

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