President Trump invited families of Americans killed by those in the country illegally to tell their stories of being “permanently separated” from their loved ones, an implicit comparison to the temporary family separations carried out under his hard-line policy.
President Trump’s will and migrants driven by desperate circumstances are powerful forces colliding in shelters, crossings, courts, detention centers and the desert along the U.S. southern border. The struggle is playing out with all the predictability, clarity and order of an earthquake.
As the Mexican presidential election nears, the social media giant is trying to battle abuses and fake news. But the trickiest area for the company has been domestic disinformation sources that are harder to stop than foreign operators because of free speech issues.
President Trump called Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) a “nasty guy,” eliciting boos and nervous laughter. Zero lawmakers of two dozen questioned by The Post backed up Trump’s claim that they “applauded and laughed loudly” as he dissed Sanford, but few called him out for his false portrayal.