The tenure and ouster of Stephen Bannon, the president’s chief strategist and champion of his nationalist impulses, exposed deep fissures within the Trump-era Republican Party that are hindering efforts to kick-start a sputtering GOP legislative agenda.
The handful of rally attendees ended their event Saturday without remarks from planned speakers. Police said 27 people were arrested. President Trump praised police and later tweeted support for protesters “speaking out against bigotry and hate.”
Last weekend’s Unite the Right rally included virtually every kind of white nationalist the U.S. has ever known. Amid them were young men who appeared clean-cut and unashamed. Who were they? And what had so aggrieved them that they came from across the nation?
Outside France, many see him as a symbol of youthful dynamism and a darling of social democrats. But the man who won a landslide victory less than four months ago now has a domestic approval rating near President Trump’s.
People in Spain struggled to make sense of a bizarre reality: that a group of childhood friends from the countryside — some of whom still lived with their parents — could have planned such a deadly and complicated assault.
Carl Icahn said he wasn't stepping down over the president's remarks over violence in Charlottesville, instead saying he wanted to avoid conflicts of interest over regulations that affect an oil-refining company he owns.