President Trump is blaming North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for changing the scope of their planned summit. But in South Korea, many are pointing fingers at Bolton, Trump’s national security adviser, after he touted the “Libya model” as a guide for negotiations over nuclear weapons.
The comment constitutes a remarkable admission from a member of President Trump's Cabinet that could be interpreted as conspiring to remove a sitting House speaker belonging to the president's own party. A spokeswoman called the remarks “purely hypothetical.”
Even as President Trump was accusing the Chinese government of investing in American start-ups to gather “cutting-edge technologies and intellectual property,” a state-backed firm took a multimillion-dollar stake in Formlabs.
The president certainly has female supporters, but he continues to rely much more heavily on men to make up his base. In a recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, one third of women said they approved of the job Trump is doing, while nearly 2 in 3 said they disapproved.
In the wake of the Parkland school massacre, Moriah Engdahl, 16, began voicing her support for stricter gun control and her opposition to arming teachers as she sought to change minds in conservative Gillette, Wyo.
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