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Trump administration officials defend president's mental fitness
Trump administration officials came to the defense of President Donald Trump against claims in a salacious new book that people around the president question his mental fitness and intelligence. Senior administration officials and White House aides appearing on Sunday morning political talk shows
Trump, Tillerson have sharp differences on policy despite denials
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, the nation's normally press-shy top diplomat, came out before cameras to deny one "erroneously reported" story that "continues to be misreported." "The vice president has never had to persuade me to remain as secretary of state, because I have never considered
Anthony Scaramucci joins Trump administration as communications director
"The View" co-hosts discuss Scaramucci's decision to delete some of his old tweets.
Is Trump under investigation or not?
"The View" co-hosts discuss comments from the president's lawyer, Jay Sekulow, that seemed to both confirm and deny that Trump is under investigation.
What Trump and administration officials have said about Syria
After the United States launched airstrikes in Syria last week in the wake of a horrific chemical attack there, questions remained about the administration's strategy going forward, including what would spark Trump to act again and how would he respond. The most prominent question is whether the
The Note: The split on Syria strategy
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 81 THE BIG STORY: Can he stay or should he go? The split between top Trump administration officials on the question of whether regime change is the policy of the United States in Syria is just one of the internal Trump
NSA McMaster: 'Prudent' to send strike group to Korean Peninsula
White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday characterized the decision to relocate a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group to the Sea of Japan as "prudent," given North Korea's "pattern of provocative behavior." "Well, it's prudent to do it, isn't it?" McMaster told Fox News' Chris
Third Senate Democrat pledges to support Trump's Supreme Court nominee
A third Senate Democrat has announced his intention to vote for Judge Neil Gorsuch , President Trump 's Supreme Court nominee. "After meeting with Judge Gorsuch, conducting a thorough review of his record, and closely following his hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, I believe that he is
Trump shifts blame to conservatives on health care bill failure
Two days after pointing his finger at Democrats for the failure of the GOP health care proposal, President Trump shifted the blame to conservative Republicans and said he is open to working with Democrats on health care reform. Trump Donald Trump on Twitter called out the House Freedom Caucus,
News outlets excluded from White House press secretary's gaggle
Multiple news outlets were excluded from a White House gaggle with press secretary Sean Spicer Friday afternoon, according to reporters present, sparking criticism from the White House Correspondents' Association and other observers. The move comes amid President Donald Trump 's ongoing battle with