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Democratic election victories widely viewed as referendums on Trump
The election victory of several Democratic candidates in a number of US states this week is a referendum on Republican President Donald Trump and “backlash” against his policies, analysts say.
Dems to introduce bill barring Trump from preemptive strikes without Congress approval
Some Democratic senators in the United States are planning to introduce a bill preventing Republican President Donald Trump from launching a preemptive strike on North Korea or other countries without the approval of Congress, according to a report.
Democratic mega donor launches Trump impeachment campaign
Billionaire investor and Democratic backer Tom Steyer has launched a national campaign to impeach US Republican President Donald Trump, saying he has brought the United States “to the brink of nuclear war.”
US Democratic leaders react to Charlottesville deadly clashes
The US Democratic leaders are responding to a recent instance of hate crime by American white supremacists.
Bill to remove Trump from office gaining Democratic support
At least 25 Democrats in the House of Representatives support a bill that would give them a path to remove US President Donald Trump from office if he is found mentally unfit.
196 Democratic lawmakers sue Trump over foreign payments
Nearly 200 Democratic lawmakers have sued US President Donald Trump over payments he has accepted from more than 20 foreign governments since January.
Iran's democratic process mutually respectful, informative: Analyst
Pye Ian, an economic and political researcher, says the process of democracy in Iran is “mutually respectful and informative,” whereas in the United States it is one of "distraction."
South Africa opposition party files charges against regional leader over tweet
South Africa’s Democratic Alliance (DA), the country’s main opposition party, has brought up charges against a powerful regional leader over a tweet she posted hailing the era of colonialism.
Japan party demands readiness amid Pyongyang threat
Japan's Liberal Democratic Party said Wednesday the government should consider developing the capability to strike enemy bases if the country is attacked, citing North Korea's missile and nuclear threats.
US Democratic congressman suggests Trump should be mentally examined
A US Democratic lawmaker has suggested that President Donald Trump needs a mental check-up after blasting him for defending his executive order banning entry of citizens from some Muslim countries.
Democratic lawmakers to take on 8 of Trump’s appointments.
Democratic lawmakers are set to take on eight of the appointments by US President-elect Donald Trump for his cabinet ahead of his inauguration later this month.
Most Democratic voters don't want Clinton to run again: Poll
A majority of Democratic voters in the US don’t want Hillary Clinton, the party's 2016 presidential nominee, to run again in a presidential election, according to a new poll.
Clinton team to partake in Wisconsin recount, possible future ones
The campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will be participating in a recount of votes set to take place in the battleground state of Wisconsin, which she narrowly lost in the US 2016 presidential election.
I would have been elected US president: Bernie Sanders
Former US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has said that he could he could have defeated Republican nominee Donald Trump in a general election, rejecting the notion that his campaign undermined Hillary Clinton's chances of winning the White House.
Clinton pulls away from Trump in first post-debate poll
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has slightly pulled ahead of her Republican rival Donald Trump after their first debate on Monday, a new poll shows.

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