Clarifications from the Russian summit continue to come from the White House as Sarah Huckabee Sanders back tracks on previous statements made by Trump from earlier this week.
Robert Mueller’s Russia Investigation has been going on for over a year now and just as people are becoming used to news about “Russian meddling” Mueller is pushing the investigation further
Trump meets with members of NATO and claims it to be another successful negotiation
The government misses a federal deadline to reunite immigrant children with their families, Trump heads to the UK amid a Twitter storm, and the newest Supreme Court nominee heads to the hill to begin the confirmation process.
The news is all about Russia today with the executive branch announcing a summit and the legislative branch insisting DOJ documents be handed over.
The Supreme Court issued an opinion on unions, a Justice resigned and the House of Representatives killed a bill….. its been a busy day in Washington.
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the states and Trump signed an executive order
Nikki Haley pulled the U.S. out of the UN Human Rights Council just as the country’s immigration policy is falling under scrutiny.
The Supreme Court of the United State issued an opinion with seemingly no ruling on the Wisconsin gerrymandering case and the President announces a sixth branch of the military
Trump surprised the media today and took part in an impromptu interview with Fox & Friends outside the White House this morning and Paul Manafort is going to jail until his trial.
Trump, his three eldest children and his charity areal facing a lawsuit for the New York Attorney General, the inspector general released details failures made by James Comey in his investigation of Clinton’s email investigation, and California is now one but may become three.
House Republicans are being pressured by their own party to find a compromise on immigration as GOP moderates are pushing the issue to a vote on the floor and Jeff Sessions issued a decision which limits the qualifications for US asylum.
The Singapore Summit officially begins tonight just as Trump is leaving another summit with tense relationships and threats of tariff retaliations, oh and Putin might be back in the G7? The Supreme Court handed down another opinion today this time on voter removal.
Trump discusses his strategy for the summit with North Korea
The Supreme Court handed down another anticipated decision, the implications of which are less clear than the ruling, and Trump believes he has to power to pardon himself
Was the F.B.I. justified in the methods it chose to conduct an investigation into the 2016 election? One Republican says yes, and Trump comes out and says he wishes Jeff Sessions was not his Attorney General.
The Governor of Missouri announces he will be leaving office amid a number of pending investigations. China is hit with $50 Billion in tariffs, for the second time. The administration cannot seem to decide if there will be a summit with North Korea next month and ABC cancels one of their most well rated shows in response to actress Rosanne Barr Twitting racially insensitive comments today.
After hundreds of thousands of women spoke out and now there justice is beginning to be served.
Freedom of Speech and Protest are up for debate and a security clearance is reissued.
It was a busy weekend in Washington with many announcements but little clarity.