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The president’s son-in-law has been in the headlines almost daily and has complained to friends about the nonstop negative attention.
The president was annoyed and surprised by top diplomat’s entreaty for talks with North Korea “without precondition.”
Recent victories point toward a winning Democratic formula strategists say is powered largely by a rejection of Trump.
The president told advisers he does not want the Republican defeat to be seen as a referendum on him.
The president had bucked many in his party to endorse Roy Moore.
Trump’s lawyers in the Russia probe face criticism that they are outmatched, but the president has bonded with them and by most accounts is satisfied.
The president gave a brief speech and toured a Mississippi museum commemorating the movement’s leaders.
The Republican president relived his election defeat of Democrat Hillary Clinton more than a year ago.
The tense history between the two men includes the president’s request that his niece stop using the Romney name at the RNC.