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'No one would perceive that as a threat,' adviser says of Trump's CNN tweet
President Trump's homeland security adviser defended the president's tweet Sunday morning showing him body-slamming and punching a person signifying CNN, saying “no one would perceive that as a threat.” Trump is "the most genuine president and the most nonpolitician president we’ve seen in my
Trump's tweet 'is an incitement to violence,' CNN contributor Ana Navarro says
Ana Navarro, a CNN contributor, called President Trump 's tweet Sunday morning showing him body-slamming and punching a person meant to represent the cable news network “an incitement to violence." The president "is going to get somebody killed in the media. Maybe that will stop him,” Navarro said
Senate health bill means choosing between 'children, seniors, the disabled,' Kasich says
Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio says that the current version of the Senate Republican health care bill is “not an acceptable choice.” “If you cut $750 billion out of Medicaid, and in the out years you basically starve the program, we have to choose between children, seniors, the disabled, the
'This Week' Transcript 7-2-17: Gov. John Kasich, Thomas Bossert
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' on June 18, 2017 and it will be updated. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) ANNOUNCER: THIS WEEK with George Stephanopoulos starts right now. MARTHA RADDATZ , ABC HOST (voice-over): The health care plan on hold. Senate Republicans failed to rally enough support. SEN. MITCH
Kasich on Trump's tweets against 'Morning Joe' hosts: 'The coarseness is not acceptable'
Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio called President Trump ’s tweets this week attacking MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski “ridiculous,” saying the “coarseness is not acceptable” and that he hopes the president’s family will get him to “knock it off.” “It’s ridiculous. Everyone’s kind
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Gov. John Kasich and Thomas Bossert
Following the GOP ’s decision to delay voting on the Senate health care bill, “This Week” co-anchor Martha Raddatz goes one-on-one with Ohio Gov. John Kasich , only on “This Week” Sunday. Plus, White House Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser Thomas Bossert discusses the latest homeland
The Note: Trump builds case against himself with tweets
WHAT TO KNOW TODAY Team Trump vs. President Trump : A top member of President Trump’s legal team insisted that despite Trump’s tweet, the president is "not under investigation" for obstruction of justice, only to acknowledge no one on the Trump side knows for certain what special counsel Bob
Putin sees chance under Trump to 'crack the NATO alliance': Former US ambassador to NATO
The former U.S. ambassador to NATO said the unpredictability of the Trump administration may open opportunities for opponents. "This sort of unpredictability over the first five months of this administration possibly opens potential opportunities for opponents," Douglas Lute, former U.S.
President Trump 'wants to take down' special counsel Mueller: top House Democrat
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said President Trump wants to "take down" special counsel Robert Mueller who is conducting the investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election and possible ties to Trump associates. “The president wants to take down Bob Mueller . His
Newt Gingrich says Trump has a 'compulsion to counterattack'
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said President Trump 's tweet saying he's under investigation for firing FBI Director James Comey wasn't helpful to the president. "Trump has a compulsion to counterattack, and is very pugnacious," Gingrich, a strong ally of Trump, told ABC News' "This Week"