US Politics in Trump era Public date: 03.10.2019 13:07:34

3 Oct 2019

Watchdog reveals mysterious attempt to smear ex-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine

The State Department’s inspector general briefed congressional aides Wednesday about an apparent attempt to smear the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, who is seen by House Democrats as a key witness in their impeachment inquiry.
The State Department’s inspector general briefed congressional aides Wednesday about an apparent attempt to smear the...

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17 May 2019

Trump’s pick for ICE director: I can tell which migrant children will become gang members by looking into their eyes

Mark Morgan, the White House choice to lead Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said during a Fox News interview earlier this year that he can judge the likelihood that an unaccompanied minor will become a gang member by looking into that child's eyes.
Mark Morgan, the White House choice to lead Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said during a Fox News interview...

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25 Oct 2018

Bolton achieving ‘life’s work’ by axing international deals

When John Bolton was a State Department official under President George W. Bush, he loved nothing more than sabotaging international agreements that he felt undermined America’s sovereignty and security. His “happiest moment” at the State Department, he recalled in a 2007 memoir, came when he personally extracted the U.S. from the International Criminal Court.
When John Bolton was a State Department official under President George W. Bush, he loved nothing more than sabotaging...
7 Jun 2018

Trump seeks to reorganize the federal government

The report, set to be released in the coming weeks by the White House Office of Management and Budget, seeks to move safety-net programs, including food stamps, into HHS, two sources with knowledge of the plan told POLITICO. The plan would also propose changing the name of the sprawling department, while separately seeking cuts at the U.S. Agency for nternational Development and the State Department.
The report, set to be released in the coming weeks by the White House Office of Management and Budget,...

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4 May 2017

Trump’s dizzying day of interviews

President Donald Trump questioned why the Civil War— which erupted 150 years ago over slavery — needed to happen. He said he would be "honored" to meet with Kim Jong-Un, the violent North Korean dictator who is developing nuclear missiles and oppresses his people, under the "right circumstances." The president floated, and backed away from, a tax on gasoline. Trump said he was "looking at" breaking up the big banks, sending the stock market sliding. He seemed to praise Philippines strongman President Rodrigo Duterte for his high approval ratings. He promised changes to the Republican health care bill, though he has seemed unsure what was in the legislation, even as his advisers whipped votes for it.
President Donald Trump questioned why the Civil War— which erupted 150 years ago over slavery — needed to happen. He...

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