Monday, 26 November 2018

Politics A.M.: Trump called himself ‘President T.’ The Internet filled in the rest.

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Trump called himself 'President T.' The Internet filled in the rest.
"Thank you President T," President T wrote on Twitter.
Caravan crisis escalates with tear gas and entry closure at the border
What had begun as a migrant protest of the slow pace of the asylum claims process devolved into a chaotic scramble where hundreds made their way to the southern border hoping to cross onto U.S. soil.
Photos of migrant children fleeing tear gas spark outrage
Officials said people from the crowd were hurling "projectiles" at border patrol officers, who had to protect themselves.
Trump's conflicting demands create deficit dilemma
President Trump is asking his aides to address the country's ballooning budget deficits, but his limits on what they can do and calls for other spending have all but ruled out meaningful reduction.
Fact Checker • Analysis
What Trump has not done for African Americans and Hispanics
President Trump claims to have done what he said Democrats had not: improve the median income, poverty and homeownership rates of African Americans and Hispanics. But some of those claims don't measure up.
Pelosi's supporters are confident she will have votes to become House speaker
The House minority leader has been shoring up support among Democrats in the House.
Democrats' Senate losses jeopardize national spotlight for possible 2020 hopeful
Sen. Kamala Harris is the lowest-seniority member of the high-profile Senate Judiciary Committee, where, absent some deal, Democrats are set to lose a seat.
More Republicans challenge Trump on defense of Saudi crown prince
Conservative GOP senators say Trump's repeated suggestions that Mohammed bin Salman was not involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi defies the intelligence they've seen.
The Trailer: Mississippi Democrats have two campaign operations and an arithmetic problem
In this edition: The Democrats' bet on Mississippi, the party's problems in a rising star's district, the Southern ad wars, and the big week ahead for Bernie Sanders.
Trump attacks 'Fake 60 Minutes' for 'phony story' on family separations at the border
Trump's tweets came hours after migrants, including women and young children, were tear-gassed by U.S. agents at the southern border and tensions escalated between Russia and Ukraine.
Power Up: Trump's full plate: Borders, climate change and the Mississippi Senate race
Here we go again.
Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar and others say they're thinking of running for president in 2020
The two Senate Democrats were among several high-profile figures who said over the weekend that they are considering a White House bid.
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