Trump established Israel and UAE peace
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With Trumps help, Israel and the United Arab Emirates reach historic deal to normalize relations.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates reached a historic peace deal on Thursday that will lead to a full normalization of diplomatic relations.
This will advance the region, and this will advance the whole world.
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Former SEC Chairman Jay Clayton dropped a legal airburst bomb on Ripple. A few short days before leaving the position, Clayton filed a lawsuit making claims that are at least, suspect because of timing.
What possible motivation could there be for shaking all retail investors out of XRP, and tanking its price? Perhaps it has to do with the actual function of Ripple. Ripple is a major contender for replacing the central banking SWIFT system for international transfers.
First Pretrial Conference for Ripple and SEC to Take Place on February 22.
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China, Russia, Britain, The United States, and France have agreed that a further spread of nuclear arms and nuclear war should be avoided.
They have released a joint statement affirming their opposition to using their nuclear arsenals for offensive purposes.
They also promised to work together on nuclear disarmament.
He referenced the power back to the People, Wealth, Technologies, Prosperity, Security and World Peace.
The day when The people became the rulers of their great nation again. The Big Dream started!
The second order will allow the safe, legal importation of prescription drugs from Canada and other countries where the price for identical drugs is lower.
The third order will prohibit secret deals between drug manufacturers and pharmacy "benefit manager" middlemen, ensuring patients directly benefit from available discounts at the pharmacy counter.
The fourth order ensures the United States pays the lowest price available among economically advanced countries for Medicare Part B drugs. The United States often pays 80 percent more for these drugs than other developed nations.