11:00 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing 11:30 am || Holds a Cabinet meeting; Cabinet Room 12:30 pm || Lunch with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 2:05 pm || Meets with Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway 3:20 pm || Joint press conference with Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway; East Room 4:00 pm || Meets with U.S. Ambassador
From a statement by Breitbart.com: Stephen K. Bannon has stepped down from Breitbart News Network, where he served as Executive Chairman since 2012. Bannon and Breitbart will work together on a smooth and orderly transition. Bannon said, “I’m proud of what the Breitbart team has accomplished in so short a period of time in building out a world-class news platform.” According to Breitbart CEO Larry
Uh oh. See what I’m talking about? This is the danger for President Trump. Deprive him of people like Steve Bannon and others who understand why the Republican base voted for him, and he starts to sound like the Bushes. “We are here today to advance bipartisan immigration reform that serves the needs of the American families, workers and taxpayers. It’s DACA,” Trump said a
The briefing has concluded.
While much of the coverage I saw of President Trump’s appearance at the national college football championship Monday night highighted one Alabama player’s decision to yell “F%!& Trump,” the president was in fact warmly received for the most part. From the pool report: President Trump came onto the field around 8:10 PM, flanked by a number of ROTC officers. He was greeted with a loud
The man described as Oprah Winfrey’s “longtime partner” Stedman Graham is, through the courtesy of Oprah’s pal Gayle King of CBS, trying to say he was misinterpreted when he clearly said Oprah would “absolutely” run for president if the people demanded it. “It’s up to the people,” Graham, told The Los Angeles Times. “She would absolutely do it.” King, who is supposedly paid to be
Fresh off a more-than-contentious confrontation with White House aide Stephen Miller Sunday, CNN”s Jake Tapper on Monday questioned the accuracy of the reporting in Michael Wolff’s anti-Trump diatribe, “Fire and Fury.” And that’s the problem with the book. Surely, some of it is true. But given the errors in Wolff’s book and his reputation for making stuff up, we have to just guess what’s true