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The Note: Has Trump had his 'heckuva job' moment with Puerto Rico?
THE TAKE with ABC News’ Rick Klein The first two storms, it appears, were only wind-ups to the presidential moment that presents itself now. The crisis in Puerto Rico figures to define President Trump’s responses to this remarkable string of powerful storms. After first seeming to blame Puerto
The Briefing Room: Trump to meet with Schumer, Pelosi, and more
ABC News' powerhouse political team breaks down the news out of today's White House press briefing.
Trump to survey damage in Florida after Irma
Trump announced he will travel to Florida to personally see the damage from Irma and held a bipartisan dinner at the White House with senators to make a big push on tax reform.
The Note: Trump losing control over the forces that elected him
THE TAKE with ABC News' Rick Klein Is the party of Donald Trump morphing into the party of Steve Bannon and Kid Rock ? President Trump is now seeking a bipartisan path toward tax reform , and is also meeting today with Sen. Tim Scott , R-S.C., in an attempt to heal some Charlottesville damage. But
The Note: Trump tries building bridges
President Trump is reaching out to a bipartisan group of House members on tax reform and other top issues on his to-do list and Trump sits down with Sen. Tim Scott to discuss race relations.
After Charlottesville, Sen. Scott to meet with Trump
"The View" co-hosts discuss what effect a discussion with Tim Scott, the only black Republican senator, could have on the president.
The Note: Trump returns to a lonelier Washington after damage of Charlottesville
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Strategy, at last: President Trump makes his third primetime address to the nation as president tonight, outlining the path forward for the U.S. in Afghanistan . Anything happen while he was gone? The president is back in Washington after a working vacation and has a
Trump under fire for response to Charlottesville
ABC News' Martha Raddatz reports on the fallout from President Trump's Charlottesville response.
Analysis: Trump's golf vacation drives wedge within GOP
The political damage President Trump has managed to inflict with Senate Republicans this month is astounding, and the growing divide between the two Republican-controlled branches of government can't be overstated. A new phase in a relationship that has been tenuous from the start has begun --