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Trump to make Iran deal decision today: Tillerson
President Trump will decide today whether or not to waive nuclear sanctions again and keep the U.S.'s commitments to the Iran deal , according to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson -- the first time he has been faced with the choice since he announced his new strategy for the country late last year.
Democrat introduces 'Stable Genius Act' to require medical exams for presidential candidates
A House Democrat has introduced a new bill requiring major party presidential nominees undergo full medical exams and release the results to the public after a controversial new book ignited debate about President Donald Trump 's mental fitness in Washington. The measure from Rep. Brendan Boyle,
President Trump has called himself 'smart' a dozen times before
President Trump has been talking about how he is "like, really smart" recently. But this is far from the first time that he has weighed in on his own mental prowess. The recent remarks, made both in person during a trip to Camp David and on social media, stem from issues raised in "Fire and Fury:
Source: Mueller raises possibility his office may need to speak to Trump
Special Counsel Robert Mueller personally attended a meeting last month with President Donald Trump 's lawyers to discuss the ongoing Russia investigation during which the special counsel raised the possibility that his office may need to speak to the president, according to a source with direct
Along the North Korean border, villages ice fish and live under amid ongoing nuclear tension
Children shriek in delight as they try to grasp slippery trout in their gloved hands. Pop music wafts over the loud speakers. The winter sun reflects off the thick ice. This is the scene in the town of Hwacheon, South Korea, just a few miles south of the border with North Korea. Just before talks
Trump doubles down against 'Fire and Fury' book, calling it a 'work of fiction'
President Donald Trump continued trying to further discredit a new book, “Fire and Fury,” that paints an unflattering picture of his presidency, calling its author a “fraud” and the book a “work of fiction." Trump spoke during an informal press conference at Camp David on Saturday. “I think it's a
Trump pushes back against questions over his mental fitness, calls himself 'a very stable genius'
President Donald Trump defended his mental fitness for office in a series of tweets Saturday morning, referring to himself as a "very stable genius." His defense of his capacity to serve as U.S. commander in chief comes after a new book, "Fire and Fury," reports that people around Trump, including
The Note: With Bannon iced out of White House, might other relationships with White House thaw?
The TAKE with Rick Klein You could say the facade fell away this week. But that would presume that it was ever in place. The truth is that no book is needed to reveal that this White House is a chaotic, haphazard operation. But Michael Wolff’s reporting and its fallout have confirmed some
White House to meet with Hill leadership on 2018 agenda
President Trump is dispatching his top aides to the Hill Wednesday for talks with leadership about his 2018 legislative agenda. Congressional leaders are scheduled to meet with White House officials in House Speaker Paul Ryan's office to discuss the congressional agenda, according to Hill aides.
White House gears up for infrastructure push, dubbed 'easiest of all' by Trump
Fresh off his tax bill victory, President Donald Trump plans to kick off 2018 with a renewed push for a massive infrastructure spending program, a key campaign promise which he recently described as "the easiest of all" to achieve but one that could face some significant roadblocks in the months