Donald Trump promised to bring Christmas back (as if it ever went away), telling his biggest fans over and over again that Christmas would be better than ever. Welp, after his decision to move the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the mayor of Nazareth is pulling the plug on a planned Christmas celebration. From the NY Daily News:

The Israeli town of Nazareth has canceled Christmas celebrations, with the mayor saying the end of festivities is due to President Trump.

What Putin wants

Anne Applebaum, a Washington Post columnist, professor at the London School of Economics and author of the new book "The Red Famine," gave a concise description of what Vladimir Putin's Russia aims to achieve by interfering in elections in Germany and throughout the West this week on NPR's Fresh Air:

Reînhumare a militarilor români căzuți la Stalingrad, fără onoruri militare, la dispoziția lui Rogozin

La Cimitirul Militar românesc de la Rossoşka, în apropiere de Volgograd - fostul Stalingrad - are loc astăzi ceremonia de reînhumare a rămăşiţelor a 345 de militari români decedaţi în luptele din 1942-1943. Aceasta s-ar putea, însă, desfășura fără onorurile militare cuvenite ostașilor căzuți în luptă, conform unei dispoziții emisă de vicepremierul rus Dmitri Rogozin.
Ceremonia este organizată în cooperare cu societatea rusă Memoriale militare, în baza Acordului interguvernamental româno-rus din anul 2005, precizează Radio România Actualități.

Kim Jong-un Called Trump a ‘Dotard.’ What Does That Even Mean?

People in Pyongyang, North Korea, watched a television broadcast on Friday of the leader Kim Jong-un’s response to President Trump’s speech at the United Nations. Credit Ed Jones/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
HONG KONG — When President Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea and mocked its leader, Kim Jong-un, as “Rocket Man” in a speech on Tuesday at the United Nations General Assembly, the rhetorical retaliation from Pyongyang was inevitable.

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