10:30 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing 11:00 am || Speaks with Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa by telephone 11:30 am || Participates in a meeting with the Senate Finance Committee 12:30 pm || Lunch with Vice President Pence All times Eastern Briefing TBD
From Fox News: A federal judge in Hawaii has blocked President Trump’s revised travel ban – just hours before it was expected to go into effect across the United States. Tuesday’s decision from U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson in Honolulu stops the administration’s third attempt to indefinitely ban entry into the country by most nationals of Libya, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea.
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Project Veritas Tuesday released a video that provides some good insight into the thinking that goes on at the New York Times and liberal papers like it that claim to be objective. Desiree Shoe, a London-based journalist who lists her title as “Senior Staff Editor, Homepage at The New York Times,” says her job is to monitor breaking news and “curate” the front pages of
Okay, let’s play. Two of the people in the photograph below have had credible accusations of rape lodged against them. See if you can figure out who they are. Sorry, no prize money today. This is just a competition to test your knowledge of the news. Good luck! BONUS QUESTION: Which one nearly assumed a position of enormous power in the White House this year?
So for all the groaning about President Trump beating up on reporters, turns out he is taking way more questions than President Obama, according to White House reporters interviewed by Politico. And it’s true. Reporters have access to Trump almost every day. Obama was like some imperial satrap who would emerge from the Forbidden City every now and then to entertain a few queries from