President Trump says he wants to give Democrats every last chance to quickly negotiate simple changes to the asylum system and address immigration loopholes. Sunday, the president made the remark on Twitter, saying ‘this will fix the southern border together with the help mexico is now giving us’.
President Trump says his administration is moving forward with additional sanctions on Iran. The news came Saturday outside the White House after the President said issues with Iran are not over oil supply but about making sure the country does not have nuclear weapons.
The Pentagon’s Cyber Command reportedly launches a secret digital attack on an Iranian spy group. According to sources familiar with the matter, the cyber attack occurred Thursday and targeted spies allegedly responsible for last week’s bombing of two oil tankers.
Cyber security firms say they’re seeing an uptick in Iranian cyber attacks against the U.S. Iran is allegedly targeting U.S. cyber infrastructure in its recent attacks, as tension continues to rise between Washington and Tehran.
The President claims the left’s continued calls for impeachment will end up working against them in 2020. That’s according to a segment from an upcoming interview with ‘Meet the Press’ released Friday where the President said the impeachment push would make his re-election bid easier.
The President called for a poll to see which media outlet is more ‘deceitful’: The New York Times or The Washington Post. On Twitter Sunday, he said ‘they are both a disgrace to our country, the enemy of the people, but I just can’t seem to figure out which is worse”.
President Trump praises Florida Governor, Ron Desantis, on his latest state legislation, a sanctuary city ban. Saturday, the President said ‘more and more states want to do this, but their governors and leaders don’t have the courage to do so’ in a tweet.
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.