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President Trump agreed on Monday to certify again that Iran is complying with an international nuclear agreement that he has strongly criticized, but only after hours of arguing with his top national security advisers, briefly upending a planned anno
President Donald Trump linked Wednesday’s terrorist attacks in Iran to Tehran’s support for terrorism, in a statement that took a sharper tone than those issued by the State Department and the Pentagon.
As President Trump's 100th day in office approaches, the president is looking toward the next 100 days and his domestic priorities. Congress returns from recess next week and is considering a second attempt at health care reform and negotiating a spending bill to avert government shutdown. Many lawmakers faced unhappy constituents at raucous town halls, where Trump's taxes and health care were top concerns.
President Trump’s impact on all facets of government is being felt just two weeks into his presidency. The new president is marshalling a new worldview through a flurry of hastily signed executive orders affecting American diplomacy and domestic policy. We’ll explore the new world order of the Trump administration and the influencers jockeying for power inside the White House.