Donald Trump’s Capitol Hill lunch Tuesday with Senate Republicans comes as the White House and its GOP allies are trying to coalesce around a political message ahead of the midterm elections.
“The United States must carefully contemplate the fate of the planned North Korea-US summit amid the provocative military ruckus that it’s causing with South Korean authorities,” Pyongyang said in a statement attribuable to KCNA.
When United States President Donald Trump took office, he refused to fully divest from his global business, instead putting his assets in a trust controlled by his two sons and a senior executive.
Rob Joyce, Trump’s first coordinator, left the White House on Friday and planned to return to the National Security Agency where he had worked previously. His expected departure was announced in April.
The administration has been critical of the 9th Circuit and took the unusual step of trying to sidestep the appeals court and have the California DACA cases heard directly by the Supreme Court.
Randall Schriver said America’s vision for the Indo-Pacific region excludes no nation as it seeks to partner with all nations that respect national sovereignty, fair and reciprocal trade and the rule of law.
North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency called joint US-South Korean military exercises a “provocation” and said Pyongyang had no choice but to suspend the talks.
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Satellite photos indicate North Korea has begun dismantling its nuclear test site ahead of a historic summit between leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump, a US monitor said today. In a move welcomed by Washington and Seoul, North Korea said at the weekend it will “completely” destroy the Punggye-ri test site, in a […]
During an internal meeting last week, White House communication aide, Kelly Sadler reportedly dismissed John McCain’s opposition to the nomination of Gina Haspel for CIA director by, saying “it does not matter, he is dying anyway”.
Donald Trump seems to be working towards engineering a regime change in Iran, but there is no plan for a military intervention in the country
Palestinians clashed with Israeli soldiers, who shot at least 37 protesters in Gaza, in the deadliest escalation of violence since 2014. US President Donald Trump hailed the opening of the embassy as “a great day for Israel” in a tweet.
Mike Pompeo also said on Friday that the US and South Korea are ready to help North Korea to achieve prosperity if it takes “bold” action in denuclearisation,
“So sad to see the terror Attack in Paris. At some point countries will have to open their eyes & see what is really going on,” Donald Trump said in a tweet
Kelly Sadler dismissed Senator John McCain’s objection to Trump’s nominee to be CIA director, Gina Haspel, by saying it “doesn’t matter, he’s dying anyway,” a source familiar with the closed White House meeting said on Thursday.