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Rex Tillerson, John Kelly on diplomatic visit to Mexico
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on what Secretary of State Tillerson and Homeland Security chief Kelly hope to achieve in their meetings with Mexican officials.
Trump administration deportation policy could face legal challenges
ABC News' Dan Abrams and Martha Raddatz analyze the legality of the new deportation policy for illegal immigrants and how it will be implemented.
Latest on HR McMaster as new national security adviser
ABC News' Martha Raddatz and Jon Karl report on Trump's pick of Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, an active duty commander, as his new national security adviser and the administration's attempts to reassure allies overseas.
The Note: Media Gets the Trump Treatment
Trump’s First 100 Days with SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 29 THE BIG STORY: The president’s first solo press conference yesterday was an almost 80-minute look inside the president’s mind four weeks into his term. President Trump relished in unleashing on the press and stressed that his administration
Michael Flynn Discussed Sanctions With Russia Pre-Inauguration, Report Says
Trump's National Security Advisor is under fire after a Washington Post article alleged Flynn discussed U.S. sanctions against Russia with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.
The Note: The Big Ds - ‘Disheartening’ and ‘Demoralizing’
Trump’s First 100 Days with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 21 THE BIG STORY: Are we scared yet? White House warnings around the terrorist threat have grown more dire and urgent in recent days, building to this line from President Trump on Wednesday: “I've learned a lot in the last
Sean Spicer on Citing Unknown Atlanta Terror Attack 3 Times: I 'Clearly Meant' Orlando
Kellyanne Conway isn't the only member of the Trump administration citing a terror attack that never happened: White House press secretary Sean Spicer is just as guilty, having recently alluded three times to an attack in Atlanta. Spicer first made an Atlanta reference during a January 29
Trump Attacks Media in Address to Troops
Donald Trump told troops at U.S. Central Command in Florida that "the very dishonest press does not want to report" acts of terrorism.
Mike Pence on Russia in Ukraine: 'We’re Watching and Very Troubled'
In an interview on “This Week,” Vice President Mike Pence responded to new Russian aggression in Ukraine, saying, “We’re watching and very troubled by the increased hostilities.” Asked by ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos if President Donald Trump talked about that concern with Russian
Military Officials Examine Embarrassing Mix-Up Involving Terror Raid in Yemen
The U.S. military released a bomb-making video seized during the raid and later admitted that the video was not what they thought.