Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tells Senator Bob Menendez that the U.S. “received no response to our inquiries” to North Korea about summit preparations.
Senator Marco Rubio wrote that Trump’s withdrawal from the North Korea summit was “100 percent the right decision,” and Senator Tom Cotton complimented the president for “seeing through Kim Jong Un’s fraud.” NBC’s Kasie Hunt reports.
Donald Trump has convinced himself he has the high ground on patriotism. In more ways than one, he's very wrong.
In a letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump wrote, “Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting.” NBC’s
It's dawning on Trump administration officials that Trump agreed to talks with North Korea's Kim Jong-un far too quickly.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., sits on the House Intel Commitee, and he will be part of Thursday's bipartisan briefing on the FBI source. Rep. Schiff says he doesn't believe the hearings are appropriate.
Would anyone still care about the message behind last year's women's marches after the events were over? The answer is increasingly obvious.
Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, discusses the bipartisan FBI briefing to be held Thursday after the Republican meeting. Sen. King also weighs in on the president's attacks on the DOJ and FBI.
Trump wants us to believe he's interfering with the system of justice in the name of "transparency." It's amazing he can make the claim with a straight face.