The weekend barrage of presidential tweets came after a difficult week and ahead of what may be another for Trump.
Twelve Senate Republicans joined Democrats to challenge Trump over his move to circumvent Congress.
The annual ritual of the American president hosting the leader of Ireland in celebration of the intertwined history of the two countries dates to 1959, and evokes a political era of patronage and old-school Irish American pols.
The president’s “cost plus 50” formula has struck fear in the hearts of countries that host American troops.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis praised the president and said, “I have a similar plan to make the Czech Republic great again.”
Trump’s worldview has been boiled down to a mantra lacking labels and ideology: It is what Trump says it is.
In about-face from December, Trump “100%” endorses view that a small U.S. force is needed to protect military gains.
Addressing CPAC, the vice president tied 2020 Democrats to policies he blamed for economic collapse in Venezuela, as the U.S. special envoy denied plans to invade.
U.S. officials say two sides will continue to talk. The North Koreans are noncommittal.
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.