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  • Catholic Priest described Trump’s Administration biblical reference “insane,” “close to obscene”

    Father James Martin, S.J., a Jesuit Catholic priest and editor-at-large of the Jesuit magazine America, called the Trump administration’s defense of its aggressive immigration policy of separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border “insane,” “sinful” and “close to obscene.” In response to the explosive headlines that have emerged this week, Martin told CBSN’s Elaine Quijano...
  • Everyone was not happy about the coin featuring President Trump and Kim Jong Un

    The White House Communications Agency, a military unit that provides information and communications support to the president and his staff, has reportedly created a coin to commemorate the possible summit with North Korea that has been slated for June 12. But there are some hiccups with that coin. On...
  • Trump to announce new federal funding curbs on US abortion clinics

    The Trump administration is expected to announce that organisations that offer or mention abortion to their patients will lose federal funding. One such organisation, Planned Parenthood, said the proposal was “dangerous” and “outrageous” and would “have devastating consequences”. Anti-abortion activists thanked US President Donald Trump for “delivering on a...
  • Trump’s Chief Adviser on Homeland Security Resigns

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration announced another major departure from its senior ranks on Tuesday, with the resignation of Thomas P. Bossert as President Trump’s chief adviser on homeland security. Mr. Bossert’s resignation coincided with the arrival of John R. Bolton as the president’s national security adviser, and was...
  • Trump loses a trusted aide, White House anxiety lingers

    WASHINGTON –  With a handshake and a presidential kiss on the cheek, Hope Hicks bid farewell to the White House, the press-shy communications director taking a rare moment in the spotlight on her final day in Donald Trump’s administration. The Thursday exit of the president’s most trusted aide, coming...
  • Death penalty for drug traffickers part of Trump opioid plan

    WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump’s plan to combat opioid drug addiction nationwide calls for stiffer penalties for drug traffickers, including the death penalty where appropriate under current law, a top administration official said Sunday. It’s a fate for drug dealers that Trump, who aims to be seen as tough...
  • Omarosa fired from White House job, says Deputy Press Sec.

    Omarosa‘s diss on President Trump‘s White House didn’t go unnoticed — because 45’s Deputy Press Secretary confirmed she was, in fact, fired from her job. Raj Shah was fielding questions in place of Sarah Huckabee Sanders Thursday and got asked about Omarosa besmirching the rep of the White House on...
  • Government plans to cut housing aid while US gives $2B to assist the homeless

    President Donald Trump’s administration announced $2 billion in grants Thursday for local agencies trying to help the homeless even as the government proposes deep cuts to federal housing programs. The total awards in the Continuum of Care program is the most ever, though only slightly above collective grants of...
  • Donald Trump having a hard time keeping the West Wing filled

    White House aides have been told to decide before the end of January whether they intend to leave the administration or stay through the November midterm elections, an official said, a deadline intended to help bring a sense of order to an anticipated staffing exodus. President Donald Trump is finding...