THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE FRONT PAGE has a photo of George H.W. Bush and his daughter Doro paying respects to Barbara Bush http://bit.ly/2HkzlMP … George H.W. Bush greeting well wishers http://bit.ly/2vwmQZ0 … THE NEW YORK TIMES says Bill Clinton and Barack Obama will both attend the funeral today in Houston.
Story Continued Below
— John P. Lopez (@LopezOnSports): “Barbara Bush’s Secret Service detail, several of whom have been been with her for decades, refuse to leave her side until she is buried. Very powerful.” Pic http://bit.ly/2HFoEDX
INCHING CLOSER TO A DEAL? — THE LATEST ON NORTH KOREA — “North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile tests, shut down test site,” by WaPo’s Anna Fifield in Tokyo: “North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has declared that he will suspend nuclear and missile tests starting Saturday and that he will shut down the site where the previous six nuclear tests were conducted.
“The surprising announcement comes just six days before Kim is set to meet South Korean President Moon Jae-in, a precursor to a historic summit between Kim and President Trump. … Both Moon and Trump have been saying that North Korea is now willing to ‘denuclearize,’ a term that means different things to the two sides.” https://wapo.st/2HjUeUr
PUTTING IT INTO CONTEXT — BRYAN BENDER: “North Korea’s pledge to halt nukes holds new promise — and peril”: “North Korea’s announcement Friday that it’s immediately halting nuclear and missile tests — and even plans to shutter its main nuclear test facility — added serious momentum to high-level talks and a historic upcoming summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
“It’s also a stark reminder, however, of how diplomatically deft — and willing to take risks — the Trump administration and its Asian allies will have to be in order to turn the peace overtures of a notoriously untrustworthy regime into something lasting. There is still a significant gap between what North Korea has done and what Washington considers non-negotiable: A verifiable commitment from Pyongyang to give up its outlawed weapons for good under the watchful eye of international inspectors.
“‘As for the foreplay getting to the summit, I would give the Trump administration credit,’ former Secretary of Defense William Perry said in an interview following the announcement. ‘But the North Koreans are going in from a position of strength. They have built their nuclear deterrent. They are not going to give that up lightly.’” https://politi.co/2HJJnGC
****** A message from BP: We’ve set clear targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in our operations. Find out more about these aggressive but achievable goals. ******
SPOTTED: MICHELLE OBAMA on Friday at Barry’s Bootcamp in DuPont. “The boot campers and leaders greeted w familiar hugs and nods,” per a tipster.
Good Saturday morning. THE PRESIDENT is at Trump International Golf Club this morning, according to pooler Tarini Parti of BuzzFeed.
BIG Q1 DONORS — NRCC: Comcast Senior Executive VP David L. Cohen, Blackrock CEO Stephen Schwarzman, Richard Uihlein and Ronald Lauder ($33,900 each). SENATE MAJORITY PAC: Donald Sussman gave $3.5 million, Alexander Soros gave $2 million, Haim Saban gave $1 million, Jay Pritzker gave $250,000, Michael Eisner gave $150,000. DCCC: Haim Saban gave $237,300. RNC: Marlene Ricketts gave $203,400 and Paul Singer gave $339,000.
AP is reporting that Aeroflot, Russia’s flag carrier, might stop flying to the U.S. They currently fly to L.A., Miami, New York (JFK) and Dulles. https://cnb.cx/2K5wULN
WHAT’S ON TRUMP’S MIND THIS MORNING — @realDonaldTrump at 8:17 a.m.: “The New York Times and a third rate reporter named Maggie Haberman, known as a Crooked H flunkie who I don’t speak to and have nothing to do with, are going out of their way to destroy Michael Cohen and his relationship with me in the hope that he will ‘flip.’ They use….” …
“….non-existent ‘sources’ and a drunk/drugged up loser who hates Michael, a fine person with a wonderful family. Michael is a businessman for his own account/lawyer who I have always liked & respected. Most people will flip if the Government lets them out of trouble, even if….” …
“ ….it means lying or making up stories. Sorry, I don’t see Michael doing that despite the horrible Witch Hunt and the dishonest media!”
— MAGGIE just won a Pulitzer for “deeply sourced, relentlessly reported coverage in the public interest that dramatically furthered the nation’s understanding of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and its connections to the Trump campaign, the President-elect’s transition team and his eventual administration.”
… AND the president has probably given more on-the-record interviews to Maggie than any other reporter.
THE STORY TRUMP IS REACTING TO: “Michael Cohen Has Said He Would Take a Bullet for Trump. Maybe Not Anymore,” by Maggie, Sharon LaFraniere and Danny Hakim on A1 of the NYT: “For years Mr. Trump treated Mr. Cohen poorly, with gratuitous insults, dismissive statements and, at least twice, threats of being fired, according to interviews with a half-dozen people familiar with their relationship.
“‘Donald goes out of his way to treat him like garbage,’ said Roger J. Stone Jr., Mr. Trump’s informal and longest-serving political adviser, who, along with Mr. Cohen, was one of five people originally surrounding the president when he was considering a presidential campaign before 2016.
“Now, for the first time, the traffic may be going Mr. Cohen’s way. Mr. Trump’s lawyers and advisers have become resigned to the strong possibility that Mr. Cohen, who has a wife and two children and faces the prospect of devastating legal fees, if not criminal charges, could end up cooperating with federal officials who are investigating him for activity that could relate, at least in part, to work he did for Mr. Trump.” https://nyti.ms/2vxT1Y7
****** A message from BP: It’s not a race to renewables, it’s a race to lower emissions. And that means making all forms of energy cleaner and better. See the changes we’re making across our businesses. ******
THE INVESTIGATIONS …
— WAPO’s SARI HORWITZ, ROS HELDERMAN, JOSH DAWSEY and MATT ZAPOTOSKY: “Sessions told White House that Rosenstein’s firing could prompt his departure, too”: “Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently told the White House he might have to leave his job if President Trump fired his deputy, Rod J. Rosenstein, who oversees the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to people familiar with the exchange. Sessions made his position known in a phone call to White House counsel Donald McGahn last weekend, as Trump’s fury at Rosenstein peaked after the deputy attorney general approved the FBI’s raid April 9 on the president’s personal attorney Michael Cohen.
“Sessions’s message to the White House, which has not previously been reported, underscores the political firestorm that Trump would invite should he attempt to remove the deputy attorney general. While Trump also has railed against Sessions at times, the protest resignation of an attorney general — which would be likely to incite other departures within the administration — would create a moment of profound crisis for the White House.” https://wapo.st/2F5AsKl
— “Giuliani’s history raises legal questions as he takes on Trump defense,” by Josh Gerstein and Darren Samuelsohn: “As a prominent surrogate for Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, Rudy Giuliani was an active purveyor of pre-election leaks about the FBI probe into Hillary Clinton’s emails. As a member of Trump’s transition, he played a political role during a period central to Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
“But Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow says those details present no known obstacle to the former New York mayor joining Trump’s legal team. ‘There are no conflicts at all regarding the representation of the president by Mayor Giuliani that would impact anything involving this case,’ Sekulow told POLITICO on Friday.” https://politi.co/2JeP1h0
— AP’s Jonathan Lemire and Jill Colvin: “[T]he president boasted to a confidant this week that he had struck a deal that he believed would silence those critics: He was hiring ‘America’s F—ing Mayor.’” http://bit.ly/2HgGiP2
CONFIRMATION WATCH — “How the C.I.A. Is Waging an Influence Campaign to Get Its Next Director Confirmed,” by NYT’s Adam Goldman and Matt Rosenberg: “Central Intelligence Agency operatives have long run covert influence campaigns overseas. Now, the agency is mounting an unusually active, not very secret campaign in Washington. The C.I.A. is trying to ensure its deputy director, Gina Haspel, a career spy, is confirmed as its next director. Almost every detail of her life and work is classified; what little is known stems from her role overseeing the brutal interrogation of a terrorism suspect at a secret prison in Thailand and conveying orders to destroy videos documenting torture.
“To promote a more positive view of Ms. Haspel, the agency has declassified secrets about her life as a globe-trotting spy and encouraged former clandestine officers — typically expected to remain quiet even in retirement — to grant interviews. It sought to generate favorable news coverage by providing selective biographical details about Ms. Haspel to reporters, then sent a news release to highlight the resulting stories. …
“But C.I.A. officials have failed to declassify any meaningful information about Ms. Haspel’s career, according to Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee, who complained to the agency that they have asked five times for more details but have yet to receive a response.” https://nyti.ms/2K64AJh
— “The CIA Says Mike Pompeo Didn’t Fight in the Gulf War,” by Anna Merlan in Splinter: “The question was first raised on Twitter Friday morning by Ned Price, a former CIA officer … Price pointed out that among other places, Pompeo’s Wikipedia page suggests that he was deployed. It currently states that Pompeo ‘served with the 2nd Squadron, 7th Cavalry in the 4th Infantry Division in the Gulf War.’ The claim has also been repeated in numerous media outlets, either due to sloppy writing or outright incorrect information. Here are a few of those places: The New Yorker … The Los Angeles Times … Wired … The Wall Street Journal.” http://bit.ly/2qTxcwO
PRUITT’S PROBLEMS … “Lobbyist whose wife rented to Pruitt lobbied EPA despite denials,” by Theo Meyer and Eliana Johnson: “The prominent lobbyist whose wife rented a condominium to [EPA] Administrator Scott Pruitt lobbied the agency while Pruitt was leading it, contrary to his and Pruitt’s public denials that he had any business before the agency, according to a Friday filing by his firm.
“The disclosure from the lobbying firm Williams & Jensen contradicts Pruitt’s public statement last month that the lobbyist, J. Steven Hart, had no clients with business before the EPA, and comes hours after Hart’s resignation from the firm. … Hart announced he would resign from Williams & Jensen hours before the firm filed a disclosure showing that he lobbied the EPA for Smithfield Foods in the first quarter of 2017.
“While Hart, the chairman and former chief executive of the firm, has disputed that the contact he had with Pruitt and Pruitt’s chief of staff, Ryan Jackson, constituted lobbying activity, the disclosure indicates otherwise. Hart lobbied the EPA on issues ‘relating to support for EPA Chesapeake Bay Programs,’ according to the disclosure.” https://politi.co/2HP3wZI
CASHING IN — “Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti is ready for his star turn,” by NBC News’ Claire Atkinson: “Hollywood talent agencies have reached out to Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’ oft-quoted lawyer, to help him capitalize on his newfound fame, according to several sources in the industry. … William Morris Endeavor, one of the most powerful talent agencies in media, has held talks with Avenatti in recent weeks …
“WME’s co-CEO Ari Emanuel represented Trump before he was a political candidate and met with him soon after he was elected in November 2016. United Talent Agency, another of the big four talent firms, is also said by two people to have reached out to Avenatti about representing him specifically.” https://nbcnews.to/2K5T5BO
SNEAK PEEK – tomorrow night’s “The Circus” on Showtime: “Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Michael Avenatti with John Heilemann”: “John Heilemann rides along with Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, as they head to the Michael Cohen hearing. They discuss the media, Stormy Daniels’ motives, and playing ‘the game.’” 3-min. video http://bit.ly/2HRpriS
NSC ARRIVAL LOUNGE — “Bolton names commerce official as his national security deputy,” by Cristiano Lima: “National security adviser John Bolton has named Mira Ricardel, the under secretary of commerce for export administration, as his deputy at the National Security Council, the White House announced on Friday. The addition of Ricardel, a longtime government official who has served stints at the Departments of State, Defense and Commerce, comes less than two weeks into Bolton’s tenure at the NSC.” https://politi.co/2vAPOqO
2018 WATCH — “Hawley shakes up fundraising team amid GOP concerns,” by Alex Isenstadt: “Missouri Senate hopeful Josh Hawley has tapped veteran GOP fundraiser and former senior Trump White House aide Katie Walsh to help lead his finance team, a move that comes amid mounting concern that he’s falling behind Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in the race for cash.
“A prized GOP recruit whom Republican leaders wooed aggressively to run for the seat, Hawley quietly brought aboard Walsh several weeks ago, according to multiple people familiar with the move. Hawley, the state attorney general, announced this week that he raised $1.5 million in the first quarter of the year, less than half of McCaskill’s haul.” https://politi.co/2qP7Obj
— “GOP megadonor Friess announces run for Wyoming governor,” by Daniel Strauss: “Republican megadonor Foster Friess announced Friday that he will run for governor of Wyoming. Friess made the announcement outside a delegate luncheon for the state Republican Party. ‘It’s only going to be one term and I’m going to donate my salary to charities that the people in Wyoming pick. There will be a little contest. I want to harness my ability to bring people companies because of the contacts I have around –mainly around the states, not so much around the world but in other places.’” https://politi.co/2qTJWV1
MEDIAWATCH — “Vice Media is sued after employee is assaulted on assignment,” by NBC News’ Brandy Zadrozny: “A freelancer at the counterculture media giant Vice who was sexually assaulted while on assignment filed a lawsuit Friday claiming the company blamed her for the attack and pushed her out of her job. It’s the latest controversy for the hipster global content giant, and comes just a month after co-founder Shane Smith stepped down as CEO, and as the $5.7 billion company — supported by investors like Disney and 21st Century Fox — continues to reckon with reports of systemic sexual harassment and mistreatment of women.” https://nbcnews.to/2qO1Ecp
CLICKER – “The nation’s cartoonists on the week in politics,” edited by Matt Wuerker — 16 keepers https://politi.co/2vuOA09
GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman, filing from New York:
— “The Young and the Reckless,” by Brendan I. Koerner in Wired: “A gang of teen hackers snatched the keys to Microsoft’s videogame empire. Then they went too far.” http://bit.ly/2K2aZVV
— “Playing it over and over again: how Casablanca was made,” by Tom Shone in the New Statesman – per TheBrowser.com’s description: “On the set of the greatest American-made film, ‘Casablanca’, the only American-born actor was Humphrey Bogart. The other 100 were immigrants from 34 nations including Bergman (Sweden), Rains and Greenstreet (Britain), Henreid (Austria), Veidt (Germany) and Lorre (Slovakia). Sakall (Hungary), who played the head waiter, lost three sisters to the death camps.” http://bit.ly/2qMS34I
— “Barbara’s Backlash,” by Marjorie Williams in Vanity Fair’s Aug. 1992 issue: “Suddenly the First Lady is reported to be a woman so fiercely calculating she puts Nancy Reagan to shame. But while she remains her increasingly unpopular husband’s greatest asset, is Barbara Bush just demanding equal time after a long hard career as a devoted political wife?” http://bit.ly/2JdtDsu (h/t Longform.org)
— “To Hug, or Not to Hug?” – Longreads.com: “Emily Meg Weinstein considers the complexities of meeting and greeting in this #MeToo moment.” http://bit.ly/2K3GXBh
— “‘They Eat Money’: How Mandela’s Political Heirs Grow Rich Off Corruption,” by NYT’s Nori Onishi and Selam Gebrekidan: https://nyti.ms/2HfzKjF
— “The Maraschino Mogul’s Secret Life,” by Ian Frazier in the New Yorker: “First the red bees arrived; then the Brooklyn cherry factory’s dark secret came to light.” http://bit.ly/2HPkI1a
— “The Race to Save the World’s Disappearing Languages,” by Nina Strochlic in NatGeo: “Every two weeks a language dies. Wikitongues wants to save them.” http://bit.ly/2HfJLNL
— “The Continuing Promise of American Zionism,” by Gil Troy in Commentary: “Seventy years after Israel’s founding, we need it more than ever.” http://bit.ly/2qMSThS
— “Return to War 17: Marking Peace with Lost Comrades,” by Reuters’ Dean Yates in Melbourne: “[I]n 2016, I was treated in a psychiatric unit for PTSD after a career spent covering conflict and tragedy. Last July, I was back in Ward 17. It was time to face up to my moral injury and the event that drove me into mental hell.” https://reut.rs/2HhSqvc
— “A Voyage Along Trump’s Wall,” by Nick Paumgarten in the New Yorker: “Canoeing the Rio Grande reveals how life and a landscape would be changed along the border.” http://bit.ly/2HDXz45
— “When the Twitter Mob Came for Me,” by Kevin Williamson in WSJ’s Saturday Essay: “Recently hired by the Atlantic and then promptly fired, the conservative writer Kevin D. Williamson discusses the social-media outrage that made the celebrated magazine retreat.” https://on.wsj.com/2qO1KAN
— “‘One Has This Feeling of Having Contributed to Something That’s Gone Very Wrong,’” by Noah Kulwin in NYMag – per Jaron Lanier: “We run everything. We are the conduit of everything else happening in the world. Politics, finance, education, media — we’ve put ourselves in the middle of everything. We’ve absolutely won. But we don’t act like it. We have no sense of balance or modesty or graciousness. We’re still acting as if we have to defend ourselves, which is preposterous. And so in doing that we really kind of turn into assholes, you know?” https://slct.al/2qOw2Tc (h/t ALDaily.com)
OUT AND ABOUT — Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan and the WaPo’s Ruth Marcus celebrated their birthdays last night at their annual Peking Duck celebration. SPOTTED: Judge Merrick Garland, Ron Klain and other friends at a massive round table at Peking Gourmet Inn. (h/t Matt Gerson)
— Pool report: “[F]ormer Obama communications staff came out to Politics and Prose for Pat Cunnane’ DC stop on his tour promoting his new book ‘West Winging It: An Unpresidential Memoir.’ Former Press Secretary Josh Earnest led the discussion with Pat, former senior writer and deputy director of messaging under Obama, recounting funny memories and anecdotes for a standing-room-only crowd.” $28 on the bookstore’s website http://bit.ly/2JdKlrR … Pic http://bit.ly/2HP5ysJ
SPOTTED: Eric Schultz, Liz Allen, Katie Hill, Patrick Rodenbush, Sarada Peri, Brian Gabriel and Peter Velz.
— SPOTTED on Friday night for a private “girls only” screening at AMC Georgetown of Amy Schumer’s new movie “I Feel Pretty” (trailer: http://bit.ly/2F8Llva) at AMC Georgetown, hosted by Lisa Spies: Ashley Carter, Lauren Kirshner, Leah Malone, Katie Behnke, Lauren Lofstrom, former Miss DC Teresa Davis, Pam Stevens, Jamie Rhoades, Marlene Colucci, Kimberly Reed, Ashleigh Grant, Angela Meyers, Tiffany Waddell, and Rachel Vervelde.
— SPOTTED at a cocktail reception at the residence of the ambassador of Colombia: Adrienne Arsht, Colombian Amb. Camilo Reyes, Iraqi Amb. Fareed Yasseen, Capricia Marshall, Amy Baier, Maureen Orth, Erin Egan, Carrie Marriott, Kathleen Kennedy, David Molina and Mallory Howe.
BIRTHDAYS: Ken Duberstein, celebrating by “luxuriating at home with family and a fabulous chocolate birthday cake” (hat tip: wife Jackie Fain Duberstein) … NBC News’ Matt Rivera … Bill Neidhardt, who does comms for Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) … John Kraus … Felix Salmon, who will soon be writing a regular column for Slate, is 46 … NYT’s Jodi Kantor, also an author and “CBS This Morning” contributor … Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is 92 … Lauren Weber, HuffPost reporter, is 27 (h/ts Eli Yokley and Evan Hollander) … Josh Dorner, SVP at SKDKnickerbocker … USDA’s Greg Lyons … BBC’s Caroline Wyatt … former Sen. David Boren (D-Okla.) is 77 … Cindy Huang … global media strategist Justin Wilson … Collin O’Meara, CEO of the National Wildlife Federation … Tavi Gevinson is 22 … Will Boyington … Jay Cranford, partner at CGCN Group … Cameron Baker …
… Saagar Enjeti, White House correspondent at The Daily Caller … Google’s Brian Tschoepe (h/t Arlette Saenz) … former Rep. Gary Condit (D-Calif.) is 7-0 … SKDKnickerbocker SVP Jon Reinish (h/t Kelley McCormick) … Drew Gorman … Eric Weisbrod, CNN’s director of social TV … Bob Blaemire … Dentons’ Craig Johnson … WaPo’s Katherine Finnerty (h/t Mallory Shelbourne) … Brad Cheney, principal at the Eris Group … Paul Haenle, director of the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center (the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Beijing office) and a Bush NSC alum, is 52 … Nate Palmer is 44 … Dominic Bellone … Dr. Harry L. Williams, president and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (h/t Paris Dennard) … Peter Van Voorhis … Edelman’s Ashley Hohman … John Hiller … Hessy Fernandez … Marty Steinberg.
THE SHOWS, by @MattMackowiak, filing from Miami:
— “Fox News Sunday”: French president Emmanuel Macron. Panel: Newt Gingrich, Jane Harman, Michael Anton and Juan Williams
— CNN’s “State of the Union”: Kellyanne Conway … Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.). Panel: Rick Santorum, Bakari Sellers, Linda Chavez and Nina Turner (substitute anchor: CNN’s Dana Bash)
— NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Marc Short … Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) … Tom Perez. Panel: Cornell Belcher, David Brody, Andrea Mitchell and Amy Walter
— ABC’s “This Week”: Tom Perez … Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.). Panel: Jonathan Karl, Alex Castellanos, Stephanie Cutter and Amy Chozick
— CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) … Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) … Mike Bloomberg … Javad Zarif … John Dickerson. Panel: Rachael Bade, Mark Landler and Mike Allen
— CNN’s “Inside Politics” with John King: Panel: Julie Pace, Eliana Johnson, Michael Warren and Manu Raju.
— Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures”: Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) … Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) … Kristin Gaspar. Panel: Ed Rollins and Chris Bedford
— Fox News’ “MediaBuzz”: Sean Spicer … Phillippe Reines … Mollie Hemingway … Marie Harf … Susan Ferrechio … Shelby Holliday
— CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS”: Ronan Farrow. Panel: Mona Charen and Dan Senor. Panel: John Paul Rathbone and Julia Sweig
— CNN’s “Reliable Sources”: Panel: Edward Felsenthal, John Avlon and Sarah Ellison David Remnick … Michael Hancock
— Univision’s “Al Punto”: Yulín Cruz … Antonio Banderas … Cristina Jimenez and Mercedes Moreta Mancero … Bill Richardson … Sanjuana Martinez
— C-SPAN: “The Communicators”: Zeynep Tufecki … “Newsmakers”: Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.), questioned by Erica Werner and Niels Lesniewski … “Q&A”: Etan Thomas.
— MSNBC’s “Kasie DC”: Ashley Parker … Rick Tyler … David Fahrenthold … A.B. Stoddard … Jon Ward … Ken Dilanian … Yamiche Alcindor … John Della Volpe.
— Washington Times’ “Mack on Politics” weekly politics podcast with Matt Mackowiak (download on iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher or listen at http://bit.ly/2mGabdq): National Journal politics editor Josh Kraushaar.
SUBSCRIBE to the Playbook family: POLITICO Playbook http://politi.co/2lQswbh … Playbook Power Briefing http://politi.co/2xuOiqh … New York Playbook http://politi.co/1ON8bqW … Florida Playbook http://politi.co/1OypFe9 … New Jersey Playbook http://politi.co/1HLKltF … Massachusetts Playbook http://politi.co/1Nhtq5v … Illinois Playbook http://politi.co/1N7u5sb … California Playbook http://politi.co/2bLvcPl … London Playbook http://politi.co/2xfDPuK … Brussels Playbook http://politi.co/1FZeLcw … All our political and policy tipsheets http://politi.co/1M75UbX
- Trump tweets scorn for NY Times Oscars ad (ad goes viral)
- If I Have to Read About One More Person Throwing Shade at Trump I'm Going to Die
- New York auto show mixes the mild and the wild
- Trump's New NAFTA Plan Might But Probably Won't Work
- Goodbye Shade Court, For Real This Time
- Your Guide to Trump's Very White, Very Rich, Very Frightening Cabinet
- Meg Whitman Endorses Hillary Clinton, Says Trump Would 'Endanger National Security'
- The Trump Administration Is the 'Most Male-Dominated Government' in Over 2 Decades
- Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort Surrenders to FBI
- Donald Trump Abruptly Cancels Ludicrous Voter Fraud Commission
- What Is NAFTA And What Could Happen If Trump Dismantles It?
- Donald Trump's Ego Is on Full Display in
- Donald Trump Denies That DACA Deal Has Been Reached
- Had to Edit Out a 'Golden Shower' Joke Because It Was Too Trump-Specific
- Now The Trump Transition Team Has Questions Indicating They Want to Sharply Cut Back Aid to Africa
- China Is 'Seriously Concerned' About Donald Trump's One-China Remarks
- The Biggest Defense Challenges The Trump White House Faces With Russia
- Trump Declares He Has the 'Absolute Right' to Pardon Himself
- For the Trump Children, Every Day Is Father's Day
- CEO of Trump-Linked Data Firm Sure Sounds Like a Monstrously Bad Person
Trump sounds off on The New York Times have 4211 words, post on www.politico.com at April 21, 2018. This is cached page on Game Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.