As President Donald Trump closes in on 100 days as chief executive, New York Times columnist Charles Blow said he was encouraged to see the resistance to the former reality TV star’s administration is holding strong.
The White House on Sunday announced that it would host a dinner on Thursday for the nine justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, then abruptly announced that due to "scheduling conflicts," the dinner would have to be postponed.
North Korean authorities have reportedly detained a U.S. citizen, raising the number of Americans known to be detained in North Korea to three and potentially deepening animosity between Washington and Pyongyang at an already tense time.
Trump turns on cable news immediately upon arising each morning and spends the day checking in via a television in the White House dining room. However, once the president goes upstairs at the end of the day, aides lose their ability to monitor and moderate the president’s intake.
President Donald Trump’s first 100 days are — by any measurable standards — looking an awful lot like a failure to many observers, but Trump himself insists that everything is running perfectly. Trump’s constant insistence that everything is great — even in the face of bankruptcies, closings and collapsed ventures — is a key to his success and always has been.
A profile of First Lady Melania Trump in Vanity Fair magazine paints the former model as bored and disinterested with the duties of First Lady and sources close to Mrs. Trump say that she has been fairly dragged along behind her husband’s political ambitions against her will.
On Saturday, Fox News host and perennial Donald Trump booster Sean Hannity had an angry meltdown on Twitter at the New York Times. Within minutes, he got neatly owned by three of the newspaper's writers.