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President Trump faced widespread condemnation for reportedly referring to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries" during an immigration meeting with senators ThursdayTrump denied the reports, but Democratic SenDick Durbin (Ill.), who was at the meeting, said he "personally heard" the "hate-filled, vile, and racist" commentsRepublican SenTim Scott (S.C.) said he spoke to his fellow South Carolina senator, Lindsey Graham, who was also in the room and told him the reports were "basically accurate." Trump's comments also derailed important immigration talks, with the Congressional Black Caucus' chairman, RepCedric Richmond (D-La.), claiming the remarks are "further proof that his Make America Great Again agenda is really a Make America White Again agenda." Source: The Washington Post, The New York Times Edit 2. Wall Street Journal: Trump lawyer paid adult film star for silence on 2006 affair President Trump's lawyer arranged a $130,000 payment to former adult film star Stephanie "Stormy Daniels" Clifford to ensure she not speak publicly about an alleged sexual encounter she had with the president at a 2006 golf tournament, The Wall Street Journal reportsThe payment was allegedly coordinated in October 2016The encounter was reportedly consensual, although another adult film star, Jessica Drake, claimed in October 2016 that Trump kissed her and two other women without consent at the same tournament"Rumors that I have received hush money from Donald Trump are completely false," Clifford wrote in a statement to the Journal. Source: The Wall Street Journal Edit 3. Trump signs waiver to uphold the Iran deal for 120 more days President Trump signed a waiver Friday to uphold the terms of the Iran nuclear deal, setting a deadline of 120 days for European partners to overhaul the pact or else the U.Swill reimpose deal-breaking sanctionsTrump is reportedly pressuring signatories to make uranium enrichment restrictions on Iran permanent, to allow for the inspection of Iranian facilities, and to formally consider Iran's long-ranging missile program as part of its nuclear program"This is the last time [Trump will] issue waivers [on sanctions] unless they reach an agreement," said top White House officials although "European partners were unanimous today in our determination to preserve the deal and tackle Iran's disruptive behavior," said British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday. Source: The New York Times, BBC Edit 4. Trump cancels February trip to Britain, cites U.Sembassy real estate On Thursday night, President Trump announced on Twitter that he has called off a February visit to Great Britain, explaining the "reason I canceled my trip to London is that I am not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for 'peanuts,' only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollarsBad dealWanted me to cut ribbon-NO!" Trump had been widely expected to attend the U.Sembassy's opening as part of a state visit, but the White House had never "nailed down the details of the trip," BBC News reports, and Trump was reportedly concerned about massive protestsThe visit may be rescheduled. Source: BBC News, The Daily Telegraph Edit 5. Facebook alters algorithm to favor posts from friends over companies Facebook said Thursday that it plans to change its algorithm to give its two billion users more content from friends and families, favoring it over news and brands"We built Facebook to help people stay connected and bring us closer together with the people that matter to us," Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote"But recently we've gotten feedback from our community that public content — posts from businesses, brands, and media — is crowding out the personal moments." The change marks a major shift from Facebook's long-held focus on user engagement, which has been credited with pushing its revenue to a record $34 billion last yearThe change follows complaints that the old strategy spotlighted too much inflammatory and misleading content. 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