Social media makes a mockery of Trump painting

Social media makes a mockery of Trump painting

Social media makes a mockery of Trump painting

According to the AP story, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Communications Director Bill Shine and White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway were present for the interview.

"He basically said, 'most portraits of me I really don't like, '" Thomas said the president told him. As he has done previously, Trump played down his relationship with Cohen in the AP interview, calling his former longtime attorney "a PR person who did small legal work" and saying it was "very sad" that Cohen had struck a plea deal with prosecutors. I just assume people are nice.

The White House counsel would bear the brunt of congressional subpoenas and investigations should Democrats retake the House of Representatives in next month's elections.

The president declared he was unconcerned about other potential threats to his presidency. On Friday, a report in The Washington Post said the White House was considering plans to separate parents and children at the border, in a bid to decrease the numbers of families attempting to cross illegally into the US.

Mr Trump issued an order in July to end the practice. I would say a vast majority of our country agrees.

National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow on trade talks with China and US tensions with Saudi Arabia and the Trump administration's efforts to reduce regulations.

"It's not a lot more".

Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney told FOX Business on Wednesday that the administration had cut 176 regulations a year ago and was focused on eliminating three main ones in the near future: "Waters of the U.S.", CAFE standards for cars and a clean power plant rule.

He said he has given no consideration to pardoning Paul Manafort, his former campaign chairman who was convicted of numerous financial crimes.

Trump introduced both US Senators from Kentucky at the rally: Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Rand Paul.

Thomas told the Daily Beast that California GOP Rep. Darren Issa, a fan of Thomas' work, gave the print to Trump.

"The new motto is Keep America Great", the U.S. president said. "So no, I'm definitely running".

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