President Donald Trump plans to meet Wednesday with Sen. Tim Scott, who questioned the president’s “moral authority” after Trump’s response to the Charlottesville violence.
President Donald Trump plans to meet Wednesday with Sen. Tim Scott, who questioned the president’s “moral authority” after Trump’s response to the Charlottesville violence. Evan Vucci AP
President Donald Trump plans to meet Wednesday with Sen. Tim Scott, who questioned the president’s “moral authority” after Trump’s response to the Charlottesville violence. Evan Vucci AP

After questioning Trump’s ‘moral authority,’ Sen. Scott to meet with president

September 09, 2017 09:40 PM

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  • Trump: US to declare North Korea is state sponsor of terror

    President Donald Trump announced Monday that the United States will designate North Korea as a state sponsor of terror amid heightened nuclear tensions on the Korean peninsula. Trump said the designation will impose further penalties on the country. He called it a long overdue step and part of the U.S.' "maximum pressure campaign" against the North.