Former president Barack Obama on Sept. 20 said in a speech at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers event that ending the Affordable Care Act would cause “real human suffering.”
Former president Barack Obama on Sept. 20 said in a speech at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Goalkeepers event that “nationalism and xenophobia” are among the challenges that the world faces.
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Michael Cohen, a lawyer for President Trump, briefly addressed journalists on Sept. 19 at the Capitol. He had been scheduled to speak with staff on the Senate Intelligence Committee, but the meeting was postponed.
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The president’s son reportedly told friends he wants more privacy.
The president’s nationalist agenda has led to widespread anxiety among the American allies and partners gathered for the U.N. General Assembly.
Democratic lawmakers are using fuzzy numbers to make a politically advantageous point.
As the multiple Russia investigations deepen, President Trump has gathered a group of controversial lawyers to represent him, both from within the White House and outside it.
In an address to Vietnam War veterans on Sept. 18, Vice President Pence said veterans “will never have a better friend in the White House than” President Trump.
Johnathan Holifield, the new director for the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, spoke about his hopes for the institutions under President Trump on Sept. 18.
National security adviser H.R. McMaster and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Trump will still withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord as of Sept. 17, however they maintained the president is also open to re-negotiation.