Lela Williams Morris of Weatherford, Texas talks about the issues that have come up since Donald Trump's inauguration.
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.
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.
African-American journalist April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks asked President Donald Trump during a press conference on Thursday if he would include the Congressional Black Caucus in conversations about his “urban agenda.” He responded with "Do you want to set up the meeting?" and "Are they friends of yours?"
President Donald Trump said during a White House news conference on Thursday that he "had nothing to do with Russia" during the campaign. He initially did not provide a straight answer whether or not anyone on his staff had made contacts, but when pressed by reporters, he later said he wasn't aware of any.
President Donald Trump announced Alexander Acosta as his new pick for secretary of labor during a news conference on Thursday at the White
House. Acosta's nomination follows Andrew Puzder’s decision to withdraw his nomination. Acosta is the dean of Florida International University's law
school and is a former U.S. attorney for the southern district of Florida.
He would be Trump's first and only Hispanic Cabinet member.
David Friedman, who President Donald Trump picked to be his ambassador to Israel, told the Senate Foreign Relations Committe on Thursday that he regrets using "partisan rhetoric" during the 2016 presidential campaign. Friedman had called J Street, a liberal Jewish advocacy group, "worse than kapos," a reference to Jews who helped the Nazis imprison fellow Jews during the Holocaust.
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