The news came as the Pentagon is deploying an additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East as tensions rise with Iran.
Debra J. Saunders joined the Review Journal as White House correspondent in December 2016, after 24 years writing a usually conservative opinion-page column for the San Francisco Chronicle. She has a B.A. in Greek and Latin from the University of Massachusetts at Boston, which may or may not prepare her for covering the Trump White House. She is syndicated with Creators Syndicate.
Republicans and Democrats reacted to an interview in which President Trump said he’d accept damaging information about an opponent from Russia, even as the debate over the legality of doing so continued.
President Trump welcomed Polish President Andrzej Duda to the White House, where he announced the United States will send another 1,000 troops to Poland. President Duda will visit Reno this weekend.
President Trump labeled former Nixon White House counsel John Dean a “loser,” a “sleazebag” and “disgraced” as Dean told a congressional committee that there were similarities between Trump and Nixon.
Friday night President Donald Trump announced on Twitter a signed agreement with Mexico to postpone new tariffs on all Mexican imports scheduled to begin Monday in exchange for Mexico’s agreement to take strong measures to stem migration at the U.S. Mexican border.
Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo negotiated Wednesday with the Mexican foreign minister over tariffs threatened by President Trump, but no agreements were reached and the conversations will continue Thursday.
The Trump administration worked Tuesday to contain blowback that followed President Donald Trump’s announcement last week of new tariffs on Mexican goods.
President Trump could have avoided a lot of suspicion if he’d turned over emails related to a meeting with a Russian attorney at Trump Tower in 2016.
Some Republican lawmakers expressed support for President Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on Mexican imports, but others broke ranks with the White House.
The Democratic National Committee has dropped the Las Vegas Review-Journal poll from its list of surveys that determine which candidates are eligible to participate in primary debates, even though the newspaper does not plan to conduct polls before the February 2020 caucus.
Special counsel leaves the door open for the Democratic-controlled House to hold impeachment hearings if it determines President Donald Trump violated the law.