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Trump: First 100 Days

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DonaldTrump-podium-032317.jpg A number of recent polls have shown a drop in President Donald Trump's approval rating, and the results of a Quinnipiac University national poll suggest the reason is a decline in support among key elements of his base. The poll showed Trump with a negative 37 percent to 56 percent job approval rating.

MikePence-032217.jpg Despite reports suggesting House Republicans do not have the votes, Vice President Mike Pence expressed confidence Wednesday that the GOP bill to repeal and replace Obamacare will be approved. Pence indicated in an interview with Birmingham radio station 99.5 that the administration is not considering...

PresidentTrump3-032217.jpg President Donald Trump will attend a NATO summit in May amid questions about his level of support for the alliance. A statement released by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday said Trump will travel to Brussels, Belgium, for the meeting of NATO heads of state and government on May 25th. Spicer...

US-NorthKorean-032217.jpg The White House said the United States is exploring new diplomatic, security and economic options targeting North Korea, which claims to be developing a long-range missile capable of hitting the US mainland with an atomic warhead. Responding to a question during a routine news conference Tuesday,...

DonaldTrump-Aston-032117.jpg With a vote on a House Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare looming, President Donald Trump traveled to Capitol Hill on Tuesday in an effort to shore up support for the bill. Trump expressed his strong support for the bill in a closed-door meeting with the House Republican conference and...

RexTillerson-032117.jpg Breaking with tradition, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will not attend an upcoming meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels. Tillerson's decision to skip the summit may reinforce concerns among some NATO member about the Trump administration's commitment to the alliance.

IvankaTrump-WH-032117.jpg President Donald Trump's powerful daughter Ivanka has been allocated an office at the White House, media quoted an administration official as saying. Despite securing her own office on the second floor of the West Wing, the hub of US executive power, the "first daughter" will not have an official...

DonaldTrump3-032017.jpg Ahead of highly anticipated congressional testimony by FBI Director James Comey, President Donald Trump continued to lash out against allegations that his presidential campaign colluded with the Russian government. Trump took to Twitter on Monday to reiterate his claim that reports of ties between his campaign and Russia are "fake news."

DonaldTrump-Podium-031717.jpg President Donald Trump sidestepped a question about allegations a British intelligence agency helped former President Barack Obama wiretap Trump Tower on Friday and suggested reporters speak to Fox News about the claim. During a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Trump noted White...

President-Trump-Thump-031717.jpg President Donald Trump touted his ability to win support for the House Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare after a meeting with several conservative lawmakers on Friday. After meeting with members of the Republican Study Committee, Trump said everyone at the meeting had agreed to vote in favor of the bill.

SeanSpicer-031717.jpg White House officials have reportedly apologized for alleging that a British intelligence agency helped former President Barack Obama wiretap Trump Tower. Reports from British paper The Telegraph and CNN said apologies were offered by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.

EPA-031717.jpg Coal lobbyist Andrew Wheeler is expected to be nominated by President Donald Trump to serve as deputy administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, according to a report from Politico.

Secretary-Tillerson-031717.jpg Declaring an end to a policy of strategic patience, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned Friday the possibility of using military force is on the table if North Korea continues to elevate the threat of their weapons program.

Trump-SeanSpicer-031717.jpg White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer had to deal with the media and defend President Donald Trump's allegation that his predecessor ordered wiretapping or surveillance of Trump Tower, despite Senate Intelligence leaders' statement that they see no indication that it happened. In a joint statement...

MickMulvaney-031617.jpg President Donald Trump's first budget is likely to face resistance from lawmakers, but the White House budget chief argued that the proposal is in line with the president's campaign promises. Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney suggested that the budget plan was crafted in part...

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