The first lady departed for Texas wearing a jacket with the words, 'I REALLY DON'T CARE. DO U?' written across the back.
Trump said he will not end the administration's "zero tolerance" policy of criminally prosecuting every adult who crosses U.S. borders illegally.
Officials did not have data on how many children had been reunited with their parents, nor on how border patrol officers determine whether children are too young to separate from their mothers.
The White House continued to claim that separating families was U.S.-Mexico border was not administration 'policy," even as it defended the controversial practice.
John Fotiadis designed some of Trump's most ambitious luxury developments in the former Soviet Union. He supplied vision and technical expertise that complemented Trump's salesmanship and attorney-fixer Michael Cohen's brass tacks negotiating.
John Fotiadis, the mysterious architect who worked on several projects for Donald Trump, was involved with other prominent business figures in Eastern Europe.
The special master in the case of President Donald Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, found few privileged items in an initial review of his files.
Trump asserts his legal right to pardon himself, the latest sign of how seriously he is considering ways to protect himself from the special counsel's investigation.
Viktor Vekselberg has been banned from doing business in America under U.S. sanctions. But as of this week, he was still the chairman of a U.S. nonprofit group that boasts support from a few Fortune 100 corporations and one of Trump's top advisors.