Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan have met in Washington to try to iron out their differences. Ryan continues to be coy about endorsing Trump, but sees common ground on "core principles."
The ANO party, funded by the billionaire Andrej Babis, has come in a strong first place with about 31 percent of the vote. The projected future prime minister is currently awaiting trial on fraud charges.
Republican Bob Corker, a former supporter of Trump, has voiced "concern" at the US president's actions, which he says could lead to war. The comment comes amid a growing spat between the two men.
Andrej Babis, a Czech billionaire compared to Donald Trump for his attacks on established political parties and the EU, looks likely to become the country's next leader after elections. Tim Gosling reports from Prague.
Neera Tanden, senior Clinton campaign adviser, tells Conflict Zone that the role of the Democratic Party right now is to fight Trump and provide alternatives. But how exactly should that work?
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