In another week focused on foreign policy, President Trump shared some harsh words on the Syrian president, and a member of his administration headed to Moscow for a meeting with Vladimir Putin. Catch up on all of it by taking our news quiz.
Wednesday's News: Pressure builds on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to start impeachment hearings, the House Judiciary Committee issues subpoenas for two former White House officials and the White House considers direct aid to farmers impacted by the U.S.-China trade war.
After more than two years of study and deliberation, President Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, have decided to take a businessman’s approach to Middle East peace: They will try to buy their way to a deal. On Sunday, Mr. Trump and Mr.
Whatever other assets and liabilities he brings to the table, President Trump certainly offers this: He is a master at sowing uncertainty, so neither friend nor foe really knows what he’s up to. And so it is right now with Iran, where Mr.
President Trump has joined a chorus of Republicans distancing themselves from new state laws banning the vast majority of abortions, though he emphasized what he called a “strongly pro-life” stance he has held throughout his time in the White House.
Pressed this week to define President Trump’s goals in escalating military and economic pressure on Iran, one of his top foreign policy aides ticked through a familiar list: End the country’s support for terrorism, stop its missile launches and then,