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Trump’s plan to stop a nuclear North Korea? Can’t tell you
If North Korea had weapons that could reach the United States, Trump will make sure they don't use them. How exactly? That's a secret.       
5338 points by USA Today | United States Bill Clinton President of the United States World War II White House Thomas Jefferson Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Cold War
Clinton controversies: A brief history
How has the Democratic nominee dealt with crises throughout her career?         
359 points by Arizona Republic | Bill Clinton Hillary Rodham Clinton President of the United States White House Federal Bureau of Investigation Hugh Rodham First Lady of the United States Thomas Jefferson
20 Cleveland School District schools close Thursday because of heat
Concerns about the extreme heat led to the closings. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Anticipation of continued hot conditions in Northeast Ohio has led to the cancellation of classes Thursday for 20 schools in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. The district announced the closings on its website and on Twitter. Northeast Ohio schools closed Thursday because of heat. The schools closed Thursday are Benjamin Franklin, Charles Eliot, Charles Mooney, Collinwood, Facing History New Tech, Garrett Morgan, Iowa-Maple, Louis Agassiz, McKinley, Michael R. White, Newton D. Baker, O H Perry, Patrick Henry, Tremont, Valley View Boys Leadership Academy, Walton, Whitney Young, Wilbur Wright, William Cullen Bryant and Willow. Cleveland Schools dismissed classes early at 10 buildings on Wednesday because of the high temperatures. Several other schools in Northeast Ohio also will be closed today because of the heat. Go here to see a list from WKYC Channel 3. Highs again are expected to approach 90 degrees in the Cleveland area.
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Minnesota Democrat wants colleges to disclose gun crimes on campus
Rep. Keith Ellison's bill is arriving as House Republicans threaten to punish Democrats for staging a daylong sit-in on the House floor in June.
1079 points by The Washington Post | Nancy Pelosi Minnesota Democratic Party Lynn Woolsey Thomas Jefferson Keith Ellison Republican Party André Carson
Analysts say Trump agenda may not be derailed by health care defeat
The fate of the health care bill does not presage the chances for the rest of his agenda.       
7350 points by USA Today | President of the United States Bill Clinton White House President Thomas Jefferson Theodore Roosevelt Republican Party Dwight D. Eisenhower
Deal or no deal: Trump ready to cast blame
President Donald Trump likes winning.
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Rest of Trump agenda not tied to health care vote, says White House
The fate of the Republican health care bill won't affect the rest of President Trump's agenda, the White House said Friday. As the bill to repeal and replace Obamacare headed toward a tough vote in the House, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that regardless of the outcome there ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | President of the United States Bill Clinton Washington D.C. White House White House Press Secretary Thomas Jefferson Theodore Roosevelt Health care
Live: Outlook bleak for ‘Obamacare’ repeal
Republicans set course for a climactic House vote on their health care overhaul after Trump said he was done negotiating        
-2 points by The Detroit News | President of the United States Bill Clinton Democratic Party George W. Bush Herbert Hoover Republican Party United States Congress Thomas Jefferson
Former Tennessee trade secretary chosen ambassador to Japan
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump has selected a former Tennessee secretary for trade and commerce as U.S. ambassador to Japan. William Francis Hagerty IV is the co-founder of a private equity firm based in suburban Chicago, Hagerty Peterson and Co. He began his career with the Boston Consulting Group ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Washington D.C. President of the United States United States Investment Bill Clinton White House Thomas Jefferson Chicago
Report: U.S. to recommend OK of Keystone XL pipeline
The recommendation will clear the way for the White House to formally approve it        
-2 points by The Detroit News | President of the United States ExxonMobil Thomas Jefferson Barack Obama United States White House Associated Press Copyright
Trump takes the wheel of 18-wheeler at the White House
President Trump hopped behind the wheel of a truck at the White House on Thursday, as he met with truckers during a healthcare event.
-1 points by The Washington Post | White House President of the United States Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Axle Andrew Jackson
Take a break from politics: A little game of 'Where's Waldo'
Can you find the guy hidden in the crowd?
-1 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States White House Thomas Jefferson Bill Clinton John Adams Franklin D. Roosevelt Herbert Hoover Theodore Roosevelt
Trump turns to truckers for help in moving the Republican health-care bill
The president took a break between lobbying conservative and moderate lawmakers in his party.
-1 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States Bill Clinton White House Thomas Jefferson Chief executive officer Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Executive officer
White House denies any collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia
White House denies that campaign colluded with Russia Feb. 19, 2017, 11:31 a.m. A look at President Trump's administration and the rest of Washington: Chief of Staff Reince Priebus says he knows of no contact between campaign and Russia Trump returns to campaign mode with rally Trump says he wants...
2 points by Los Angeles Times | President of the United States White House Russia United States Intelligence Community Franklin D. Roosevelt Central Intelligence Agency Thomas Jefferson George W. Bush
US vice president visits former Nazi concentration camp
DACHAU, Germany — U.S. Vice President Mike Pence paid a somber visit to the site of the Dachau concentration camp on Sunday, walking along the grounds where tens of thousands of people were killed during World War II.Pence was joined by his wife, Karen, and the couple's 23-year-old daughter, Charlotte, as they toured the exhibits at the former concentration camp that was established by the Nazis in 1933 near Munich.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Vice President of the United States Auschwitz concentration camp Democratic Party Joe Biden Thomas Jefferson Munich Adolf Hitler United States Senate
In Philly archives, a native chief finds traces of his father — and of his people

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Indigenous languages of the Americas Native Americans in the United States Tribe Thomas Jefferson Indigenous peoples of the Americas Benjamin Franklin James Madison University California
Priebus, McCain react after Trump calls media ‘enemy of the American People’
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and lawmakers of both political parties weigh in on President Trump’s Feb. 17 tweet calling several news outlets “the enemy of the American People.”
4 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson Political party Bill Clinton George Washington War of 1812
Trump steps up search for national security adviser, focuses on health care
President Donald Trump on Sunday was stepping up his search for a national security adviser, with several interviews on tap, and focusing on health care in talks with his health and budget chiefs, while his team pushed back against depictions of a young administration in disarray. His chief of...
16 points by Chicago Tribune | President of the United States White House Franklin D. Roosevelt Bill Clinton George W. Bush Thomas Jefferson Donald Trump Democratic Party
Top intel officials say allegations of Trump campaign link to Russia 'complete garbage' – Priebus
News reports of US President Donald Trump's campaign officials colluding with Moscow during his run-up for presidency are “not only grossly overstated, but also wrong,” White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told Fox News, citing US intelligence officials. Read Full Article at RT.com
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In address, president stresses patriotism and familiar themes
President Trump whipped his supporters into a frenzy at a packed campaigned rally in Florida yesterday that was reminiscent of the overflow events that marked his road to the White House. Here’s what he had to say to the thousands of residents who turned out to hear him speak:
-2 points by Boston Herald | White House President of the United States Time Bill Clinton Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Franklin D. Roosevelt 2006 singles
Treason! It's a provocative charge being leveled against Trump, and one that rarely amounts to much
The word is hurled like a thunderbolt: Treason! There are few more serious charges than taking up the cause of America’s enemies and colluding to undermine the country from within. Yet that very accusation has been leveled against President Trump by some of his most fevered critics. They cite,...
1 points by Los Angeles Times | Treason Thomas Jefferson President of the United States United States Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr John Adams Supreme Court of the United States
Trump as 'Leader of Free World' attacks free press: Darcy cartoon
Trump and his staff have been prolific in propagating fake news, starting with Trump adopting the racist Obama 'birther' story eight years ago CLEVELAND, Ohio -- President Donald Trump, the so-called 'Leader of the Free World' escalated his attack on the free press with two repugnant tweets calling US news organizations the "enemy of the American People!" Trump first tweeted: "The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @CNN,@NBCNews and many more) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American people. SICK!" That tweet was deleted and replaced 16 minutes later with this amended version: "The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC,@CBS,@CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!" Trump's tweets read like they could have been written by Richard Nixon at the height of Watergate or any Authoritarian and Fascist leader throughout history. "The Press is the enemy, the establishment is the enemy, the professors are the enemy."   --President Richard Nixon Carl Bernstein, who along with Bob Woodward, won the Pulitzer Prize for exposing Nixon's misdeeds, called Trump's attacks on the press "more treacherous than Nixon's." "The most dangerous 'enemy of the people is presidential lying--always.  Attacks on press by @realDonaldTrump more treacherous than Nixon's."  --Carl Bernstein On "Meet the Press" Senator John Mcain said Trump's attacks on the press are how dictators get started. "If you want to preserve democracy as we know it, you have to have a free and many times adversarial press.  And without it, I am afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time.  That's how dictators get started.   They get started by suppressing free press, in other words, consolidation of power-- when you look at history, the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press," McCain told Chuck Todd, in an interview airing today. Do Trump and Steve Bannon really want to "preserve democracy" or do they want to establish a Trumpocracy and Bannonocray? Last year, Trump's ghostwriter, Tony Schwartz,  said Trump's first move as president would be to target the free press. "On day one he would end a free press.  In any way that he could, he would use the government to shut down a free press, and listen, he has plenty of precedent for doing that, including his hero Vladimir Putin, " Schwartz told The Independent. Here is what John F. Kennedy, Teddy Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson had to say on the topic. "Without debate, without criticism, no Administration and no country can succeed-- and no republic can survive."  --John F. Kennedy - "To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President right or wrong...is morally treasonable to the American public."  -- Theodore Roosevelt "Our liberty cannot be guarded but by the freedom of the press, nor that be limited without danger of losing it."   -- Thomas Jefferson. American journalist James Foley was beheaded by ISIS.  Does Trump think Foley is an enemy of the American people?  Would he dare say that in person to Foley's parents? While Donald Trump was getting dubious deferments to stay out of the Vietnam war and stay in New York City nightclubs, Dan Rather and plenty of other American reporters were embedded with American forces in Vietnam.   Was Rather an enemy of the American people then?  Are all the journalist who were and are embedded with American forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, enemies of the American people? The Journalist Memorial at the Newseum in Washington D.C., names 2,291 journalist who have been killed covering the news around the world. Trump can be considered an authority on 'Fake News'.   He's not only Commander-in-Chief, he's been the Editor-in-Chief of Fake News.   When Trump talks about Fake News he's talking about himself, his favorite topic.   Trump and his staff have been prolific in propagating fake news, starting with Trump adopting the racist Obama 'birther' story eight years ago. During the Republican primary, Trump spread a story about Ted Cruz's father being involved with Lee Harvey Oswald in the assassination of JFK. Since being sworn in, Trump and his staff have sworn that Trump's Inauguration crowd was the largest in history, that 3 to 4 million people voted illegally, and that Iraqi nationals carried out a massacre in Bowling Green, Kentucky. While on the National Security Advisers staff, Michael Flynn Jr, spread a fake story that Hillary Clinton and her campaign staff were running a child sex ring from the basement of a D.C. pizza parlor.   The fake story prompted a man to open fire in the pizza parlor. On Air Force One, Trump falsely reported he knew nothing about the report that Michael Flynn talked to the Russians about sanctions, and misled Vice President Mike Pence.   Trump knew the information back in January. During his chaotic press conference last week, Trump boldly bragged that he had the largest Electoral College victory in history.  The false claim was debunked in the press conference. Trump's outlandish  attacks on the press, only give more credence to what's being reported. President Trump has been consumed with trying to kill the messenger.   He needs to put that energy and effort into doing what he was elected to do -- govern, as a dignified leader of the United States, with a sound mind and principles, without denigrating its free press and without lying to the  American people. Photo from "My Vietnam Experience" blog showing 'last rites' being given to Dickey Chapelle, the first American female reporter killed in combat.Jeff Darcy, cleveland.com  The photo above is taken from Dan Rather's 2014 post on the "My Vietnam Experience" blog.   The photo shows Chaplain John McNamara administering the last rite to photojournalist Dickey Chapelle in South Vietnam on November 4, 1965.   Chapelle became the first American female reporter to be killed in action.  She was covering a U.S. Marine unit when she and four Marines were wounded by an exploding mine.   Chapelle died in the helicopter flying her to the hospital.    I've cropped the photo to not to show her face, out of respect. What was Donald Trump doing on November 4, 1965?
1 points by The Plain Dealer | President of the United States John F. Kennedy Richard Nixon Vietnam War Lyndon B. Johnson Thomas Jefferson Theodore Roosevelt Gerald Ford
Letter: Flynn and beyond
Flynn and beyondThe resignation of Gen. Michael Flynn is just the first sign of an unraveling White House. Other aides need to be replaced, in particular Steve Bannon and Steven Miller. There needs to be understanding about the strange saga of the Trump administration’s relationship with Russia. Tra...
2 points by Concord Monitor | Bill Clinton President of the United States Donald Trump White House Voting Thomas Jefferson Virtue Ivana Trump
Trump plans to talk Sunday with at least four possible national security adviser replacements
John Bolton, a former United Nations ambassador, is among those said to be talking to the president. Former CIA director David Petraeus is out of the running.
51 points by The Washington Post | White House Press Secretary President of the United States United States Military Academy Franklin D. Roosevelt Palm Beach Florida Thomas Jefferson David Petraeus Gerald Ford
Department of Homeland Security expands orders on who can be deported
WASHINGTON — Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly has drafted new orders to agency heads that would considerably expand the number of immigrants who can be detained and deported under new executive orders President Donald Trump signed last month.
2 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | President of the United States United States Department of Homeland Security United States Barack Obama Immigration to the United States U.S. Customs and Border Protection Democratic Party Thomas Jefferson
After one month in the White House, Trump returns to the campaign trail for a dose of adoration
"I’m here because I want to be among my friends and among the people,” the president said.
10 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States President United States Air Force One Thomas Jefferson White House Donald Trump
Trump hammers news media, revs up base at Florida rally
At a campaign rally Saturday, President Trump excoriated the news media for being part of the problem in Washington and received responding applause of agreement from the thousands of supporters in the crowd. "They are part of the problem. They are part of the corrupt system," Mr. Trump said at ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | President of the United States White House United States Thomas Jefferson
Trump rallies supporters in Melbourne
Trump rallies supporters in Melbourne         
-2 points by Arizona Republic | President of the United States White House Thomas Jefferson Franklin D. Roosevelt Donald Trump John Adams George H. W. Bush Gerald Ford
Trump rallies supporters, tears into 'dishonest media'
MELBOURNE, Fla. (AP) — Just four weeks into his administration, President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Florida on Saturday, repeating his political promises and continuing his attacks on the "dishonest media."
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | President of the United States White House Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson United States Military Academy John Adams Dwight D. Eisenhower Herbert Hoover
Trump attempts a reset with a rally, new staff and a renewed fight with the media
Nearly a month into a presidency full of missteps, Donald Trump is poised to return Saturday to firmer ground outside of Washington, with a campaign rally planned here with thousands of adoring supporters who helped sweep him into the White House. The airport hangar event is the clearest indication...
2 points by Chicago Tribune | President of the United States White House Thomas Jefferson President Mass media Speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Adams Herbert Hoover
Hamilton cast discovers ties between musical and history
Two performers toured an exhibit at The Newberry Library, which runs through March 9.
3322 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Alexander Hamilton Aaron Burr Thomas Jefferson John Adams Democratic-Republican Party James Madison Gilbert du Motier marquis de Lafayette United States presidential election 1800
Trump interviewing candidates to replace ousted Flynn as national security adviser
As he seeks to get his struggling administration back on track, President Donald Trump is interviewing potential candidates this weekend to serve as his new national security adviser. Trump plans to interview John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and Army Lt. Gen. H.R....
5 points by Chicago Tribune | President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson White House Saturday Twitter John Adams Bill Clinton
Will Pence’s loyalty to Trump be returned in full by the president?
The president and top advisers owe the vice president after keeping him in the dark as Flynn case unfolded
90 points by The Washington Post | Vice President of the United States President of the United States Executive Office of the President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt White House Thomas Jefferson White House Press Secretary John Adams
Petraeus no longer a candidate to replace Flynn
Retired general and former CIA chief David Petraeus is no longer a candidate to be President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, thwarted by differences over who controls staffing decisions within the White House’s National Security Council. Petraeus did not make the cut of those invited to Florida for an interview with the president this weekend,...
189 points by New York Post | President of the United States United States United States Army Franklin D. Roosevelt Central Intelligence Agency Thomas Jefferson National security Iraq War
Trump seeks to calm reports of chaos inside administration
Trump insisted that there is no turmoil; he is just untangling the mess President Obama left.         
-2 points by Arizona Republic | Jefferson Davis Thomas Jefferson President of the United States John Adams White House Bill Clinton Confederate States of America Washington D.C.
Contrary to Trump, Pence pledges 'strong support' for NATO
“It’s obsolete, first because it was designed many, many years ago,” Trump said last month.
16 points by Daily News | Russia Vladimir Putin Angela Merkel President of the United States Thomas Jefferson White House Franklin D. Roosevelt George W. Bush
White House says Harward's family vetoed offer of national security adviser
Doug G. WareFeb. 17 (UPI) -- Robert Harward couldn't accept President Trump's offer to be national security adviser because his family wouldn't allow it, a White House official said Friday.
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Chaos in White House causing Europe concern
Watching from Europe, it's hard to tell if we are playing audience to a farce, a tragedy, or both unfolding simultaneously in the White House.
22 points by CNN | President of the United States White House White House Press Secretary Thomas Jefferson Franklin D. Roosevelt Executive Office of the President of the United States John Adams Russia
UPI Almanac for Friday, Feb. 17, 2017
By United Press International On Feb. 17, 1933, Newsweek magazine published its first issue.
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Trump's pick to replace Flynn turns down offer, people familiar with decision say
Retired Vice Adm. Robert Harward has turned down President Donald Trump's offer to become his new national security adviser, according to two people with knowledge of the decision. Retired Vice Adm. Robert Harward has turned down President Donald Trump's offer to become his new national security adviser, according to two people with knowledge of the decision. Harward would have replaced Michael Flynn, who announced his resignation late Monday amid allegations that he discussed U.S. sanctions with a Russian official before Trump took office and then misrepresented the content of that conversation to Vice President Mike Pence and other administration officials. One factor in Harward's decision was he couldn't get a guarantee that he could select his own staff, according to someone close to Trump with knowledge of the discussions. Other officials said his decision was motivated by financial concerns about leaving his job at aerospace firm Lockheed Martin, where he now a senior executive, and the impact it would have on his family. One senior U.S. official said that "family considerations changed his mind." A friend of Harward's added the former Navy SEAL was also not fully comfortable with the quickly moving process. All requested anonymity to discuss the sensitive matter. The news of Harward's decision was first reported by The Financial Times. The administration had hoped to name Harward to the position this week, in an effort to soothe the turmoil rolling through the White House. Even before Flynn resigned, the administration was quietly wooing Harward. The hard-charging former Navy SEAL was at the White House on Feb. 8 and then again this week, according to an administration official. Harward commanded high-risk operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and later parachuted into his own retirement ceremony from high altitude. Trump suggested at a news conference Thursday that one of the reasons he felt he could let Flynn go was because he had a good replacement in mind, without naming that person. "I have somebody that I think will be outstanding for the position," he said. "And that also helps, I think, in the making of my decision." Harward's decision not to take the job leaves the White House scrambling to find a leader for the security council, which is struggling to get its bearings. Most NSC staffers are traditionally on temporary duty from the Defense and State departments and the intelligence agencies, but as many as 60 slots are vacant, according to senior officials who denied reports that the White House was having trouble recruiting to fill them. They said the vacancies are due to rotational and turnover delays in what are normally two-year assignments. The White House hires about 75 of a total of more than 200 staffers on the council. The staff chosen by Flynn is heavily weighted toward the small world of military intelligence officials or strategists who rotated through Iraq and Afghanistan with him over the past decade. This story was written by Jenna Johnson and Adam Entous of The Washington Post.
6 points by The Plain Dealer | President of the United States White House Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson United States United States Navy SEALs United States National Security Council John Adams
Fmr Navy SEAL rejects offer to be Trump’s national security advisor
The Trump administration’s staffing problems continue, as retired Vice Admiral Bob Harward turned down an offer to be President Trump’s national security advisor, replacing General Michael Flynn. The circumstances surrounding Harward’s decision are still unclear. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Black reps dismayed by Trump’s invite to black reporter
Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina said there is “an element of disrespect” in Trump’s comment to journalist April Ryan        
-2 points by The Detroit News | Congressional Black Caucus President of the United States White House Thomas Jefferson Democratic Party President African American members of the United States House of Representatives Bill Clinton
Robert Harward turns down Trump's national security adviser offer
President Trump faced yet another staffing headache on Wednesday evening.
5 points by Daily News | President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson White House Termination of employment United States Central Command United States Capitol John Adams
Analysis: Trump's press conference was a spectacle for the ages
The president jousted with reporters over world and domestic controversies large and small.         
-2 points by Arizona Republic | Bill Clinton White House President of the United States Donald Trump Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Ballistic missile Franklin D. Roosevelt
Harward refuses national security adviser role
Ret. Vice Admiral Bob Harward has turned down President Donald Trump's offer to be national security adviser, sources told CNN Thursday.
5754 points by CNN | George W. Bush President of the United States National security White House United States National Security Council Termination of employment Thomas Jefferson Executive Office of the President of the United States
Trump's pick to replace Flynn turns down offer
“It’s purely a personal issue,” the retired vice admiral told the Associated Press.        
6416 points by Detroit Free Press | President of the United States White House Franklin D. Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson Termination of employment Associated Press John Adams Financial Times
White House removes 6 staffers after failing FBI checks: report
Several White House staffers were removed from the administration Thursday morning after failing to pass FBI background checks.
37 points by Daily News | President of the United States Thomas Jefferson United States Herbert Hoover Franklin D. Roosevelt White House Washington D.C. Bill Clinton
Black lawmakers dismayed by Trump's invite to black reporter
WASHINGTON — Members of the Congressional Black Caucus expressed bafflement and dismay Thursday after President Donald Trump asked a black reporter to set up a meeting with them.Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina said there is "an element of disrespect" in Trump's comment to journalist April Ryan, asking her whether she was friends with CBC members and could convene a get-together.
-2 points by Boston Herald | Congressional Black Caucus President of the United States White House Thomas Jefferson Democratic Party President African American members of the United States House of Representatives Bill Clinton
Analysis: Trump's 80-minute press conference was a spectacle for the ages
The president jousted with reporters over world and domestic controversies large and small.        
-2 points by Detroit Free Press | Bill Clinton White House President of the United States Donald Trump Thomas Jefferson Washington D.C. Ballistic missile Franklin D. Roosevelt
Black lawmakers dismayed by Trump's invite to black reporter
WASHINGTON (AP) - Members of the Congressional Black Caucus expressed bafflement and dismay Thursday after President Donald Trump asked a black reporter to set up a meeting with them. Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina said there is "an element of disrespect" in Trump's comment to journalist April Ryan, asking ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | African American members of the United States House of Representatives Democratic Party President Thomas Jefferson Keith Ellison Donald Trump Sentence 111th United States Congress