On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that places modest restrictions on police chokeholds, calls for improved training requirements, aims to track problem officers when they change jobs to avoid punishment, and urges local governments to pair police with social workers when responding to certain types of calls. The president lost no time [
• Trump did not know Britain was a nuclear power, asked if Finland was part of Russia, Bolton writes.
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz in an interview on Sunday about his forthcoming book that
The trip to Washington would come as the U.S. plans a controversial drawdown of troops in Germany.
Former Solicitor General Neal Katyal explained that President Donald Trump has no real hope of stopping John Bolton’s book from being spread far and wide and his efforts seem “desperate and incompetent.” MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace cited Peter Baker’s latest story citing excerpts of Bolton’s book and explained that in the George W. Bush White House, [
The basic facts are these: Sunday morning, Donald Trump tweeted about the “great people” in a video in which one of his supporters yelled “white power.” Three hours later, he deleted the tweet. Through the rest of Sunday and Monday, neither Trump nor any official spokesperson condemned the use of “white power” as a rallying cry. But how did it happen?
Aides couldn’t immediately reach the president to get him to take down offending tweet because he was on the course at his golf club and had put down his phone, officials said.
The White House said Sunday that President Trump didn’t hear someone shouting “white power” in a now-deleted retweet of a pro-Trump rally in Florida.
President Trump removed Sunday his retweet of a protest video that showed a supporter yelling "white power," a comment that the White House said he never heard. "President Trump is a big fan of The Villages. He did not hear the one statement made on the video," said White House
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Trump didn't actually order a slowdown.
Officials insisted the president did not hear the racist phrase and pointed to his decision to delete the tweet hours later.
The White House on Monday admitted that President Donald Trump was involved in the removal of US Attorney Geoffrey Berman after Trump had claimed he was "not involved" in the process this weekend.