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President Donald Trump has now been in office for one month and the media and political firestorm around him shows no signs of letting up any time soon, as Mr.
A surprise meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Friday with the FBI Director yielded a surprise reaction from Senators, as normally chatty members of the Senate said next to nothing about their closed door meeting, raising eyebrows over that discussion and that panel’s investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The announcement of President Trump’s visit to Melbourne, Florida today didn’t come from the White House.
In the face of widespread calls from Republicans to end a special Obama Administration plan that allowed certain younger illegal immigrants to avoid being deported, President Donald Trump signaled again this week that he is not yet ready to simply shut down the “DACA” program, disappointing some of his supporters, but drawing hopeful expressions of support from lawmakers in both parties.
Brushing aside complaints from critics, the Senate on Friday approved President Donald Trump’s choice of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to be the next head of the Environmental Protection Administration, as Democrats blocked quick votes on four other Trump nominations, delaying action on them until later this month.
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Before becoming president, Donald Trump spoke out against former President Barack Obama’s travel expenses on numerous occasions.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly has drafted a sweeping set of new guidelines that would expand the nation's immigration detention system and expose many more unauthorized immigrants to deportation.
A draft of a revised immigration order expected to be unveiled this week to replace President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban targets the same seven Muslim-majority countries named in the original order, according to multiple reports.