Trump supporters from across the country discuss how the President is doing fulfilling campaign promises, selecting his cabinet, and coming up against hurdles. Hear from a few Americans as they share their perspective on how things are going so far.
Executive orders are as old as George Washington. Every president except William Henry Harrison has issued them, and some—like President Donald Trump's recent executive order on immigration—are controversial. They directly affect how the government operates but it is not always clear how they work.
About half of Americans still have healthcare through their employer. The Affordable Care Act impacted employer-based healthcare plans, changing rules on lifetime limits and pre-existing conditions, birth control and much more. If the Trump administration decides to replace or repeal ACA, these benefits could disappear.
At the daily White House press briefing, press secretary Sean Spicer answered a question regarding the conflicts in the White House over a change to policy regarding transgender bathrooms in schools and other government buildings. (courtesy: White House)
Assessing Donald Trump's first month in office.
President Trump spoke about the contributions of African Americans and condemns recent attacks on Jewish community centers during his first appearance as president at Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
President Donald Trump announced Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new pick for national security adviser. During an unscheduled event at his Palm Beach club, Trump said McMaster was "a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience." Keith Kellogg, who had been his acting adviser, will now serve as the National Security Council chief of staff.
President Trump talked about the American spirit, manufacturing and bringing jobs back to the country during the unveiling of Boeing's new aircraft in South Carolina on Friday.
Sen. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer commented on the AP report that the Trump administration might be considering National Guard troops to "round up" immigrants, calling it "despicable" and "un-American."
Sen. Chuck Schumer and other Democrats called for a delay of the Senate's vote on Scott Pruitt's nomination to be EPA administrator to allow them to review newly released emails.
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