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donald-trump2-071918.jpg Breaking with longstanding precedent, President Donald Trump offered criticism of the Federal Reserve's current policy of gradually raising interest rates in an interview with CNBC. Trump said in an excerpt of an interview with CNBC's Joe Kernen that aired Thursday that he is "not thrilled" with rate hikes by the Fed.

whitehouse-071918.jpg After previously creating confusion surrounding the issue, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has said President Donald Trump "disagrees" with a proposal from Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding the interrogation of Americans with ties to financier Bill Browder.

trump-putin-071918.jpg A majority of Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump's handling of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week, according to the results of a CBS News poll released on Thursday. Fifty-five percent of Americans said they disapprove of the way Trump handled the recent summit.

trump2-071918.jpg President Donald Trump continued his nearly constant attacks on the media in several posts on Twitter on Thursday, claiming so-called "fake news" is the "real enemy of the people." Trump has frequently described reports critical of him or his administration as "fake news."

trump3-071818.jpg Once again putting himself at odds with members of his own intelligence agencies, President Donald Trump has claimed Russia is no longer targeting the U.S. and its election system. "No," Trump told reporters during a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday when asked if Russia is still "targeting" the U.S.

trump-putin-071818.jpg President Donald Trump continues to shrug off criticism of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, predicting the summit will lead to "big results." "So many people at the higher ends of intelligence loved my press conference performance in Helsinki," Trump said in a post on Twitter on Wednesday.

trump4-071718.jpg Facing widespread criticism for his performance during a press conference with Russian Vladimir Putin, President Donald Trump claims he misspoke when he appeared to question why Russia would be interested in interfering in the 2016 president election.

trump3-071718.jpg Once again going after one of his favorite targets, President Donald Trump attacked the media's coverage of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the recent NATO summit in a pair of posts to Twitter on Tuesday.

donald-trump2-071718.jpg President Donald Trump has received considerable criticism for his performance during a press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday but was given an unsurprisingly more positive review from close ally Sean Hannity of Fox News.

putin-trump-071618.jpg President Donald Trump on Monday reiterated his claim that there was "no collusion" between his presidential campaign and Russia and noted Russian president Vladimir Putin was "extremely strong" in his denial of interfering in the 2016 election.

putin-trump-071618.jpg President Donald Trump sat down with Russian President Vladimir Putin for their highly anticipated meeting in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday amid lingering questions about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

wilbur-ross-071318.jpg Facing criticism from the government's top ethics watchdog, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross revealed Thursday he will sell all of his remaining stock holdings. A well-known investor prior to joining President Donald Trump's administration, Ross acknowledged making inadvertent errors in completing the divestitures required by his ethics agreement.

donaldtrump-071318.jpg President Donald Trump appeared to walk back earlier criticism of British Prime Minister Theresa May's new Brexit strategy as he appeared alongside the U.K. leader during a press conference on Friday. "I don't know what they're going to do, but whatever you do is okay with me. That's your decision," Trump told May in his opening remarks.

donald-trump2-071218.jpg Following a tumultuous two-day meeting with the leaders of the members of NATO, President Donald Trump claimed tremendous progress had been made in convincing U.S. allies to increase defense spending. Trump stated during an unscheduled news conference on Thursday that the NATO counties had "agreed to pay more and they agreed to pay it more quickly."

trump-speech-071118.jpg President Donald Trump lashed out at Germany in remarks at the outset of a NATO summit in Brussels on Wednesday, claiming the U.S. ally is "totally controlled by Russia." Trump argued the U.S. is providing protection for Germany even as the country pays Russia billions of dollars for energy.

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