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Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) admonishes Secretary of Homeland Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen for forgetting President Trump's comments in which he is reported to have referred to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries," saying her "silence and amnesia is complicit."
There could be no starker illustration of the profound differences that exist between Washington and London -- despite alignment on many other issues -- than comments this week by our two leaders on climate change and the environment.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports on the conflicting accounts from the lawmakers who attended the White House immigration reform meeting where President Trump reportedly referred to some African nations as "shithole countries."
They're our nurses, our accountants, our students. Some of them come from places that President Trump has denigrated as "shithole countries," but they are interwoven into the American fabric now. This is what they'd like the President to know about them.
With only weak and belated denials, the world is left to ponder the reports that President Trump described some African nations as "shithole countries" while protesting the idea of admitting immigrants from, let's face it, countries where people are generally black and brown.
The discussion around the health of President Trump has reached a new level of urgency this week because he will be an outpatient at Walter Reed Medical Center today, undergoing a battery of tests to determine whether he is "fit to lead," a colloquial term many use but with little clinical basis.
Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin, who was in the meeting with President Trump, comments on the President's denial of the "shithole countries" comment, saying "He said those hateful things, and he said them repeatedly."
Late night hosts Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah react to President Trump's latest immigration comments in which he expressed his frustration with people coming to the US from "shithole countries."
CNN's Don Lemon cut conservative radio host John Fredericks' mic off during a panel discussion on President Trump's reported comments criticizing immigrants coming to the US from what he called "shithole countries."
Anderson Cooper reflects on his relationship with Haiti and its people on the eight year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that hit the country following President Trump's comment calling Haiti a "shithole" country.
Despite President Trump's insistence that special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation should end because there was "no collusion" between his campaign and Russia, CNN's Anderson Cooper says that the President cannot claim vindication until all the facts are known.
President Trump told reporters he still supports his decision to back out of the Paris Climate Agreement, while the Norwegian Prime Minister told the President that environmental regulations are one of the reasons for the US economic surplus.
At his first Cabinet meeting of 2018, President Trump tried to clarify his confusing remarks to lawmakers the day before, stating that any deal on DACA must include funding for his promised border wall.
The White House issued an updated transcript from President Trump's immigration meeting after it initially excluded a line in which the President appeared to agree with a clean bill to protect Dreamers.
David Frumâ€™s â€œTrumpocracyâ€ takes aim at the president and those who empower him, and â€œHow Democracies Die,â€ by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt, reads at times like a sly subtweet of the Republican Party.
For the first time since November -- in Vietnam! -- President Trump will talk to the full White House press corps today. He'll be alongside the Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg and, if tradition holds, the politicians will each take two questions from both the US and foreign press.
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci invokes Maroon 5 while defending President Trump's alleged mouthing of the words to the National Anthem during the college football championship game.
Congressional Republicans spent last weekend huddling with President Trump at Camp David to frame their legislative agenda in 2018. But they have already placed the bets most likely to determine their fate in November's midterm election, as a series of dramatic events late last week demonstrated.
With a tell-all book raising concerns about US President Trump's mental stability, there is a renewed question asking why the most powerful man in the world is not required to pass a thorough mental health exam.