At the same time he was trying to frame Robert Mueller, the Trump-loving huckster took on another case. It, too, has gone poorly.
Lording over domestic policy wasn’t enough for controversial White House aide Stephen Miller. Now he’s elbowing his way into national-security and foreign affairs, too.
Trump insisted that the latest revision of his health care bill would guarantee coverage to people with pre-existing conditions, discussed his feelings toward North Korea's recent missile test and reaffirmed his effort to work with China.
Just after a judge ruled that the new travel ban went too far, Trump mused that he should ‘go all the way, which is what I wanted to do in the first place.’
President Trump’s new travel ban may be more lenient now, but officials left the door open for a more expanded version later.
Trump’s Customs and Border Protection apparently broke the law when it ignored a court order last month.
No president has ever sounded as authoritarian toward courts as this one. And with his next attorney general, he can do great harm to the independent judiciary.