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Trump aide in frequent contact with Russian envoy
Donald Trump kicks off MLK weekend by slandering Civil Rights hero John Lewis
@realDonaldTrump: …not to mention crime infection…While crime in Atlanta is a problem, between 2001 and 2009, Atlanta’s crime rate dropped 40%, with homicides down 57%, rape down 72%, and violent crime overall down 55%.
@realDonaldTrump: All talk, talk, talk – no action or results.Lewis’ civil rights activism during the 60’s resulted in him being beaten multiple times and even had his group’s bus fire-bombed by the KKK. He was quoted as saying, “We were determined not to let any act of violence keep us from our goal. We knew our lives could be threatened, but we had made up our minds not to turn back.” TT source
Trump’s first foreign trip as president will be to meet Putin
Trump’s cabinet pick invested in company, then introduced a bill to help it
All References to Climate Change Have Been Deleted From the White House Website
President Donald Trump accuses media of lying about inauguration crowds, wrongly says crowd reached Washington monument
Women lead unprecedented worldwide mass protests against Trump with an estimated total of 4,621,085 people
Trump Abandons Trans-Pacific Partnership, Obama’s Signature Trade Deal
Trump issues executive order freezing hiring for federal workforce
After ethics review, Senate postpones committee vote for Betsy DeVos
Trump Bans EPA From Talking To Press, Posting On Social Media
A Rogue National Park Is Tweeting Out Climate Change Facts in Defiance of Donald Trump
Ryan: ‘No evidence’ of mass voter fraud as Trump claimed
Trump White House Senior Staff Have Private RNC Email Accounts
Trump’s Chief Strategist Says News Media Should ‘Keep Its Mouth Shut’
Mexican president cancels Trump summit
The State Department’s entire senior management team resigns
Trump closes the White House comment line so people are calling his hotels.
Trump Signs Executive Order Banning Travel From Seven Countries
President Trump’s Muslim ban excludes countries linked to his sprawling business empire
Donald Trump admitted he met Vladimir Putin in 2015 interview, despite recently saying he hadn’t
Trump pledges to ‘do a big number’ on Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform
Trump Fires Acting Attorney General Who Defied Him
Donald Trump’s first US military raid ‘kills 30 civilians, including 10 women and children
After meeting with pharma lobbyists, Trump drops promise to negotiate drug prices
White House claims 109 affected by travel ban – it’s more like 90,000
Betsy DeVos appears to have plagiarized quotes for her Senate questionnaire
Republicans change rules so Democrats can’t block controversial Trump Cabinet picks
Leaked Draft Of Trump’s Religious Freedom Order Reveals Sweeping Plans to Legalize Discrimination
Donald Trump threatens to withdraw federal funds from Berkeley University after Breitbart editor talk cancelled
Kellyanne Conway Appears to Invent Fake Bowling Green Massacre
Steve Bannon Had to Be Reminded He Wasn’t the President Amidst Travel Ban Infighting
O’Reilly told Trump that Putin is a killer. Trump’s reply: ‘You think our country is so innocent?’
Trump is now speculating that the media is covering up terrorist attacks
Donald Trump may not be allowed to address Parliament on UK state visit, Speaker says
Donald Trump says ‘any negative polls are fake news’
Trump Is Attacking Any Institution That Challenges Him
Betsy DeVos Confirmed as Education Secretary; Pence Breaks Tie
Spicer: Nordstrom Dropping Ivanka Trump’s Line Is ‘Direct Attack’ On President
Sean Spicer Mistakenly Adds Atlanta Islamist Attack to List of Other Attacks
Federal appeals court rules 3 to 0 against Trump on travel ban
Trump paused a call with Putin to make an aide explain a nuclear arms treaty
Kellyanne Conway encourages Americans to ‘go buy Ivanka’s stuff,’ potentially violating ethics rules
British officials drop plans for Donald Trump to address parliament
Trump border ‘wall’ to cost $21.6 billion, take 3.5 years to build: Homeland Security internal report
Trump is ‘evaluating situation’ about Flynn, spokesman says
Senior Advisor Stephen Miller declares: Trump’s national security actions ‘will not be questioned’
Flynn Resigns Amid Russia Controversy
Trump Campaign Aides Had Repeated Contacts With Russian Intelligence
Trump signs repeal of transparency rule for oil companies
‘I’d Like To See You Hold Back On Settlements,’ Trump Tells Netanyahu
Flynn in FBI interview denied discussing sanctions with Russian ambassador
Trump’s pick to replace Flynn turns down offer
Donald Trump overturns law preventing companies dumping coal mining debris in streams and rivers
Angela Merkel and European leaders resist Donald Trump’s ultimatum to increase defense spending or risk losing US commitment to Nato
Trump cites a nonexistent incident in Sweden during his rally on Saturday
Senior Trump appointee fired after critical comments, anonymous sources say.
Trump clarifies ‘Sweden’ remark, says he was referring to Fox News report
Trump’s first month of travel expenses cost taxpayers just less than what Obama spent in a year
The Washington Post reports that those three trips “probably cost the federal treasury about $10 million, based on figures used in an October government report analyzing White House travel, including money for Coast Guard units to patrol the exposed shoreline and other military, security and staffing expenses associated with moving the apparatus of the presidency.”
The three Mar-a-Lago getaways, combined with the hundreds of thousands of public dollars spent on Secret Service protection during two international trips Trump’s adult sons have taken to promote their father’s business, cost taxpayers about $11.3 million over the first month’s of Trump’s presidency, according to the UK-based Independent. President Obama, by contrast, spent an average of $12.1 million on travel each year.
President Trump Names Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster New National Security Adviser
Trump revokes Obama guidelines on transgender bathrooms
Trump wants to expand U.S. nuclear arsenal, make it ‘top of the pack’
CNN and other news organizations were blocked Friday from a White House press briefing
CNN and other news outlets were blocked Friday from an off-camera White House press briefing, raising alarm among media organizations and First Amendment watchdogs.
The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Politico and BuzzFeed were also excluded from the meeting, which is known as a gaggle and is less formal than the televised Q-and-A session in the White House briefing room. The gaggle was held by White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Spicer: Feds could step up enforcement against marijuana use in states
FBI refused White House request to knock down recent Trump-Russia stories
Mexico threatens trade war over Trump wall tax
Mexico has threatened to retaliate if US President Donald Trump imposes a border tax to pay for his controversial wall.
Donald Trump Says He Will Not Attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
‘I think he is behind it’: Trump suggests Obama is organizing protests against him
Trump’s pick for commerce secretary shares a business circle with Putin associates
Spicer arranged CIA, GOP intelligence push-back
Trump states: ‘Nobody knew that healthcare could be so complicated’
229 House Republicans vote to keep Trump’s tax returns secret
“The American people have the right to know whether or not their president is operating under conflicts of interest related to international affairs, tax reform, government contracts or otherwise,” Pascrell said.
Republicans in the House disagreed, virtually unanimously. Nearly every Republican voted to kill Pascrell’s resolution and keep Trump’s tax returns secret. No Republicans voted to require Trump to hand over his tax returns. (Two Republicans, including Mark Sanford of South Carolina, voted “present.”)
185 Democrats voted in favor of Pascrell’s efforts.
Donald Trump Blames SEAL’s Death On Military: ‘They Lost Ryan’
Sessions spoke twice with Russian ambassador during Trump’s presidential campaign, Justice officials say
ACLU Calls for Investigation Into Potential Perjury By Sessions
Jeff Sessions recuses himself from all Trump campaign-related investigations
Donald Trump tweets photo of Democrat Chuck Schumer with Vladimir Putin, Schumer replies: I’ll talk about my Putin meeting, will you?
Trump tweets Trump Tower tirade at 3am claiming Barack Obama ordered ‘wire tap’, but provides no evidence
White House spokeswoman: Trump doesn’t believe Comey that Obama didn’t wiretap
Trump Signs New Order Blocking Arrivals From 6 Majority-Muslim Countries, instead of 7
The White House copies and pastes a paragraph from an ExxonMobil press release into a Trump statement
Trump blames Obama for 122 ‘vicious’ Guantanamo prisoners returning ‘to the battlefield’ — but 113 of them were released under Bush
Trump personally met with Russian ambassador during campaign
Trump personally met with the Russian ambassador on April 27, 2016, prior to a major foreign policy speech. The Wall Street Journal, in a report that was little-noticed at the time but was recently picked up by AMERICABlog News, reported the meeting last year.
A few minutes before he made those remarks, Mr. Trump met at a VIP reception with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak. Mr. Trump warmly greeted Mr. Kislyak and three other foreign ambassadors who came to the reception.