President Donald Trump’s foreign policy advisor John Bolton confirmed this week that Trump still plans to meet with Kim Jong Un, the New York Times reported.
Amidst concerns that Trump is rewarding bad behavior by meeting with Un, even though the latter has failed to follow through on promises to half the country’s nuclear program.
North Korea’s “long-range missile bases expanding, even as a second summit with president Kim is in the works,” Tapper said. “So what’s that about, Kim Jong-Un no longer being a nuclear threat?”
Jake Tapper has a hard truth for Trump after Thanksgiving outburst inside the White House
CNN anchor Jake Tapper threw shade at Donald Trump on Thanksgiving after the president had a meltdown at a reporter while answering questions for the first time since President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election.
Trump brought up why has refused to concede to Biden during a teleconference address to U.S. troops in the Middle East. The president said he was mentally unable to concede.
"I can't say that at all," Trump said.
Trump claims he is mentally unable to concede: ‘I can’t say that at all’
President Donald Trump answered questions from the media on Thanksgiving for the first time since he lost the 2020 presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden.
After returning to the White House from a day of golfing, Trump delayed a teleconference with troops in Bahrain and Kuwait for two hours while he tweeted -- it was not until after 1 a.m. local time for the troops that the event began.
The president said he would travel to Georgia on Saturday to campaign for Republican senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, who are both in January runoff elections.
Fox News report determines Trump ‘cannot pardon himself’
A Fox News segment on Thursday concluded that President Donald Trump cannot grant himself a pardon before leaving office.
Following Trump's pardon of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Fox News host Julie Banderas spoke to Reuters correspondent Jeff Mason about the decision.
"I've heard this from a couple sources that I spoke to -- former White House officials -- yesterday, who said this president is planning more pardons," Mason reported. "Clearly this is a president who is on his way out from the White House and he's got just a little less than two months to continue to make his mark."