President Trump called the outcome of the Korean summit ‘very exciting,’ but many experts remain skeptical.
The president promises federal aid and “whatever we have to do to make this perfect” in the wake of Florence.
The Polish president floats the name in a joint news conference with President Trump at the White House.
The guilty plea of Trump’s former campaign chairman sheds light on a 2012 dirty-trick campaign targeting “[O]bama jews.”
National security adviser John Bolton said criticism that Trump had been too deferential to Russia or blinkered in his view of Russian election interference played “zero” role in the new action.
Protests were expected over the U.S. leader’s policies on climate change, the Middle East and other issues.
Palestinian officials vowed to fight what they called bullying tactics and “collective punishment” of the Palestinian people.
The Center for American Progress report is aimed at giving Democrats talking points for countering Trump’s retreat from the global stage.
“At least Canada knows how I feel,” the president said at a Charlotte event meant to highlight an executive order on retirement security.
President Trump announced the trip at the start of a Cabinet meeting, at which he also renewed his false claim that Democrats are responsible for “loopholes” that led to his family separation policy at the U.S.-Mexico border.