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President Trump holds news conference
The president fielded questions from reporters in the East Room of the White House.
Transcript: Donald Trump's news conference at White House
President Donald Trump defended his presidency, slammed reports that his campaign advisers had inappropriate contact with Russian officials and promised to crack down on the leaking of classified information in a news conference Thursday at the White House. Here is the full transcript:
Spicer says 'eroding' trust between Flynn and Trump led to resignation
White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that "the evolving and eroding" relationship between National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and President Donald Trump prompted Trump to ask for his resignation.
Kellyanne Conway reacts to Michael Flynn's resignation
Trump's senior advisor says Vice President Pence was "misled by Flynn," who "could not completely recall" his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Donald Trump Delivers Remarks Following Projected Primary Wins in Mississippi and Michigan
The Republican candidate continues to lead opponents in Republican delegates.
Obama to Go it Alone on Immigration?
Rep. Tom Cole, R-Okla, and Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., debate whether President Obama will move forward on executive action on immigration.
Baseball in Beltway gaining steam
BALTIMORE -- Players in the Baltimore Orioles ' organization enjoy a rare opportunity to mingle with franchise royalty. When they pass manager Buck Showalter's office and turn right into the Camden Yards home clubhouse, they pass a big framed photo of Jim Palmer in action on the cinder block wall.
Will The Dominoes Fall On Shinseki? (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES BOEHNER ‘CLOSER’ TO CALLING FOR SHINSEKI’S RESIGNATION: House Speaker John Boehner said yesterday that he is getting “closer” to calling on Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign, but said his greater concern is that he believes the VA’s ...
Bob Gates Memoir Slams Joe Biden for Being 'Wrong' on Foreign Policy
A new memoir by former Defense Secretary Bob Gates is expected to be a juicy — and critical — inside look at the ups and downs of foreign policy in the Obama administration. One of those details included in a New York Times review of...