A federal court in Florida drops a lawsuit accusing President Trump of unwanted advances. The suit was filed back in February by a former White House staffer named Alva Johnson, who claimed the President forcibly grabbed and kissed her without consent during a meeting with supporters in 2016.
The White House press office released a letter friday, addressed to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate President Chuck Grassley regarding national security concerns stemming from auto imports. The letter reportedly confirmed President Trump has initiated an effort to bring down the high volume of auto imports from the European Union, Japan, and Mexico in order to reinforce the domestic auto market.
The President touts recent poll numbers which show he has more than a 50% approval rating. In a tweet Saturday, the President said he has prevailed despite ‘the greatest Presidential harassment of all time by people that are very dishonest’.
Allegations of misconduct against Kellyanne Conway come to a head, following claims of Hatch Act violations.
President Trump has dismissed Don McGahn’s interview with Robert Mueller as evidence of obstruction during the Russia probe.
As President Trump works to secure our southern border, newly released ISIS video is shedding light on the dire need for security. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from Washington.
A Wisconsin congressman filed a bill, which would grant the president the ability to quickly respond to unfair trade practices and protect American jobs. One America’s Neil W. McCabe has more from Capitol Hill.
President Trump announced Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is stepping down from her post. One America’s Rachel Acenas has more on her departure and a look back at her role as the public face of the White House.
The House Armed Services Committee has approved a $733 billion dollar defense spending bill.