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Will Trump convince Kim Jong Un to give up nuclear weapons?

Will Trump convince Kim Jong Un to give up nuclear weapons?

Each week, the “Can He Do That?” podcast explores critical questions about what today’s news means for our nation and its highest office. Listen here. When President Trump announced his plan to sit
In fundraising speech, Trump says he made up trade claim in meeting with Justin Trudeau

In fundraising speech, Trump says he made up trade claim in meeting with Justin Trudeau

President Trump boasted in a fundraising speech Wednesday that he made up information in a meeting with the leader of a top U.S. ally, saying he insisted to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that
Transcript of Trump’s remarks at fundraiser in Missouri on March 14

Transcript of Trump’s remarks at fundraiser in Missouri on March 14

President Trump spoke at a fundraiser Wednesday for Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley, who is taking on Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) in November's midterm election. The Washington Post obtained an
Visiting California, Trump says Gov. Jerry Brown is doing a ‘terrible job’

Visiting California, Trump says Gov. Jerry Brown is doing a ‘terrible job’

SAN DIEGO — President Trump, on his first trip to California since taking office, on Tuesday trashed the state’s Democratic governor, saying Jerry Brown is a “nice guy” but doing a “terrible job.”
Tillerson emphasizes allies in first remarks since firing but doesn’t mention Trump

Tillerson emphasizes allies in first remarks since firing but doesn’t mention Trump

Outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson delivered a statement to reporters at the State Department after President Trump fired him Tuesday. Absent in his speech were remarks about Trump’s “America
Trump fires White House assistant John McEntee, who promptly rejoins Trump’s campaign

Trump fires White House assistant John McEntee, who promptly rejoins Trump’s campaign

President Trump has fired his White House personal assistant John McEntee, who had been with the president since early in his campaign, an administration official confirmed Tuesday. The president's
California Gov. Jerry Brown says Trump’s upcoming visit should focus on bridges, not the wall

California Gov. Jerry Brown says Trump’s upcoming visit should focus on bridges, not the wall

SAN DIEGO — On the eve of President Trump’s first visit to California since taking office, the state’s Democratic governor, Jerry Brown, is questioning Trump’s decision to highlight prototypes for his
Does the president have the power to downsize the government?

Does the president have the power to downsize the government?

Each week, the “Can He Do That?” podcast explores critical questions about what today’s news means for our nation and its highest office. Listen here. From practically the first day of President
White House says Trump-Kim meeting contingent on ‘concrete, verifiable actions’ by Pyongyang

White House says Trump-Kim meeting contingent on ‘concrete, verifiable actions’ by Pyongyang

President Trump will insist on “concrete, verifiable actions” from North Korea before holding a promised summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the White House said Friday, adding conditions and
Only two people have met both Trump and Kim Jong Un. One is Dennis Rodman.

Only two people have met both Trump and Kim Jong Un. One is Dennis Rodman.

In another bizarre twist in modern politics, former NBA player Dennis Rodman is praising President Trump after the White House announced Trump had agreed to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
President Trump’s company reveals how much foreign profit it donated to the U.S. Treasury: $151,470

President Trump’s company reveals how much foreign profit it donated to the U.S. Treasury: $151,470

This post has been updated President Trump's hotels made $151,470 in profit from doing business with foreign governments in 2017, the Trump Organization announced Friday. The company donated that
Trump claims ‘there is no chaos’ in White House, but he warns of future firings

Trump claims ‘there is no chaos’ in White House, but he warns of future firings

President Trump claimed Tuesday that “there is no chaos” in response to recent reports in The Washington Post and elsewhere of volatility in his White House. But the president also warned of future
Trump claims ‘there is no chaos’ in White House, but warns of future firings

Trump claims ‘there is no chaos’ in White House, but warns of future firings

President Trump claimed Tuesday that “there is no chaos” in response to recent reports in The Washington Post and elsewhere of volatility in his White House. But he also warned of future staff firings
‘You’re not going to save anybody’: What the last person to rebuff an independent counsel subpoena would say to Sam Nunberg

‘You’re not going to save anybody’: What the last person to rebuff an independent counsel subpoena would say to Sam Nunberg

Refusing to comply with a subpoena from the Russia probe’s special counsel Robert S. Mueller III — as former Trump aide Sam Nunberg has vowed to do — could have real consequences. Susan McDougal, a
Trump trade adviser says no exceptions for allies on new aluminum and steel tariffs

Trump trade adviser says no exceptions for allies on new aluminum and steel tariffs

The Trump administration sent mixed signals Sunday about its new aluminum and steel tariffs, saying that any exceptions for allies are unlikely but also leaving room for an unpredictable president to
Trump says North Korea ‘called up,’ seeking talks with the United States

Trump says North Korea ‘called up,’ seeking talks with the United States

President Trump said Saturday that North Korea has recently sought talks with the United States and that he “won't rule out direct talks with Kim Jong Un,” the North Korean leader. “Now we're talking.
Can the president run the White House like a family business?

Can the president run the White House like a family business?

Each week, the “Can He Do That?” podcast explores critical questions about what today’s news means for our nation and its highest office. Listen here. If you look back at the history of U.S.
White House softens tone on gun-control measures after Trump meets with NRA

White House softens tone on gun-control measures after Trump meets with NRA

The White House appeared to soften its tone on gun-control measures Friday after President Trump met privately with officials from the National Rifle Association the night before. Press secretary
Trump attacked Sessions again. But can he actually fire him?

Trump attacked Sessions again. But can he actually fire him?

In this occasional series, we will bring you up to speed on the biggest national security stories of the week. 1. Can President Trump fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions? What are the consequences?
Perhaps to state’s delight, Trump vows not to prioritize wall on California border with Mexico

Perhaps to state’s delight, Trump vows not to prioritize wall on California border with Mexico

President Trump seems to have done for California what a federal judge would not: halt plans for the border wall he has promised with Mexico. At least temporarily. A day after U.S. District Judge