In the wake of last week’s deadly school shooting in Florida, President Trump has expressed support for a measure that would give states incentives for reporting crimes to the national criminal background system. The bill is still being amended, the White House cautioned, and officials did not address how Trump would react to more aggressive gun control measures.
What started as a gossipy tale of White House romance evolved into a story about national security that continues to roil the White House, with officials offering conflicting accounts about what they knew and when.
Make no mistake about it: Anger is definitely one of the factors fueling the legions of women running for office across the country in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s loss, Donald Trump’s election, the Women’s March and the #MeToo movement.
After snubbing last year’s Gridiron Club dinner, the president said he will join an elite group of top Washington journalists for the event next month, but there's no word if he will attend the correspondents’ splashier televised affair April 28.