The reclusive mastermind behind President Trump’s nationalist ideology and combative tactics made his public debut at the Conservative Political Action Conference, declaring that the new administration is locked in an unending battle to “deconstruct” an outdated system of governance. He also assured supporters that the president will fulfill his hard-line promises.
“Despite the best efforts of liberal activists around the country, the American people know better. Obamacare has failed, and Obamacare must go,” the vice president told the Conservative Political Action Conference.
The White House press secretary said the president sees “a big difference” between medical use of marijuana and recreational use, adding that states’ allowance of the drug for recreational purposes “is something the Department of Justice, I think, will be further looking into.”
Hostile questions have put GOP lawmakers on record criticizing some of the fights President Trump has picked or pledging to protect policies such as the more popular elements of Obamacare — and in many cases, contradicting their past statements.
Blazing tempos. Bluegrass-meets-jazz-meets-soul. Virtuosic guitar playing. This is Anacostia Delta, a style of blues that was born in Southeast Washington in the 1960s. A film that traces its origins is getting its first big screening this weekend.
The identification of VX, one of the most toxic and fastest-acting chemical warfare agents, as the substance that killed Kim Jong Nam adds to the pile of evidence suggesting the North Korean leader was behind the attack.