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By: Fred Kempe
By pulling out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Trump sacrificed the best and earliest chance he had galvanize allies around a 12-country trade and investment agreement that could have compelled China to play more by its rules. » Read More
The president's decision follows a week of speculation about who would succeed Kelly. The retired general is set to leave by year's end.
President Donald Trump's inaugural committee has raised red flags since its earliest days, when signs emerged of scattered mistakes and systemic failures in how the fund was being run. Only now are prosecutors reportedly digging into what happened.
Flynn "does not need to be warned it is a crime to lie to federal agents to know the importance of telling them the truth," the special counsel said, adding he "undoubtedly was aware ... that lying to the FBI carries serious consequences."
Pelosi riled up Democrats with a televised Oval Office spat with President Trump over government funding. Then she made a series of deals to pave her way to becoming House speaker once again.
"There are obviously still concerns about the safety of their products or the extent to which their products could be used to compromise American security in any way or even individual security," Lieberman told Politico in an interview.
Cohen tells ABC that Trump had him coordinate the payments, which came weeks before Election Day 2016, because he was worried about the potential impact of revelations about his alleged trysts with the women.
Major banks have all been found guilty for violating U.S. sanctions in recent years but none of their executives went to jail, Yale economist Stephen Roach pointed out.
The Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, said the investigation arose in part from the slew of materials seized in April raids on Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, by federal prosecutors.
President Donald Trump said General Motors CEO Mary Barra is 'making a big mistake."
John Weaver, the chief strategist for GOP Ohio Gov. John Kasich, shot back at Trump after the president told Fox News "I hope so" when asked about Kasich or GOP Sen. Jeff Flake running against him.
The president's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for crimes that included campaign finance violations he says Trump directed him to commit.
With just over a week until a government shutdown deadline, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi aimed to turn Trump's border wall statements against him.
"Let us recognize as authoritarianism reasserts itself in country after country that we are by no means immune," Sen. Jeff Flake tells his Senate colleagues in his farewell address.
Trump's tweets came a day after Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison for his guilty pleas to charges brought by federal prosecutors in New York and special counsel Robert Mueller.
The percentage of Americans viewing the economy as excellent or good dropped 8 points, according to CNBC's All-America Economic survey.
The prospects of tension and stalemate for the next two years of divided government make Trump's relationship with McConnell all the more important for the president's policy goals — and potential political survival.