The U.S. representative from Hawaii, a Democratic presidential candidate, forcefully defended her foreign policy positions on Thursday at a Washington Post Live event.
Buttigieg, the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Ind., delivered a foreign policy speech that provided a fuller picture of the Democratic presidential candidate’s political philosophy.
Pelosi remains frustrated with Facebook over its handling of a distorted video of her remarks.
The leaders of the Brexit movement have not yet scheduled meetings with President Trump, although Trump said he “may” meet with them.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has been considering an insurgent White House bid that would champion traditional GOP values.
Buttigieg and Moulton accuse the president of faking a medical condition to avoid military service.
In a memo issued late Thursday, the president ordered intelligence agencies to cooperate with the attorney general’s audit of surveillance surrounding Trump’s campaign.
“He brings you into his narrative. You can’t resist. It’s kind of a mind trap,” says author Bret Easton Ellis. “Trump is a great unifier in some horrifying way.”
The vice president mentioned his boss just once in a eulogy for the former senator from Indiana that exemplified his uneasy role in reassuring traditional Republicans while not distancing himself from the president.
Giuliani says Trump’s legal team plans to send a letter to Mueller that will rebuff an offer of a presidential interview that would include questions about possible obstruction of justice.