Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) where he said that a select group of Trump administration officials "help separate our country from chaos", by making the assertion that it was President Donald Trump, himself, who is "keeping the world from chaos". "Maybe it's the calm before the storm", Trump said, following a meeting with his top military commanders. "A lot of times you have opinions that are being presented as news, and they're not".
Pressed on what he meant, Trump said, "You'll find out".
"As we've said many times before, I know the president has - as I have said from this podium on quite a few occasions - never going to say in advance what the president is going to do", the press secretary noted.
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When asked if the President was simply being mischievous with the press, Sanders denied that Trump was trying to be humorous. "The president can move markets and cause miscalculations when it comes to adversaries" like North Korea, Iran and Russian Federation.
On Thursday evening, reporters were led hastily to the State Dining Room, where they walked into a scene of the president, his highest-ranking military advisers and their wives posing for a group photo. He's been very clear that that's his number one priority.
The Trump-stirred confusion over Puerto Rico's debt - the comment that "we're going to have to wipe that out" - is but the latest that his handlers had to clean up to plug the gap between his words and actual policy.
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The JSCA International Stadium Complex will be the setting when India and Australia face off in the first of three T20 matches. The Australia skipper had an MRI scan on Friday to assess the injury with soreness hampering him in the lead-up to the series .
Sarah, why did the president tweet this morning that he'd like to see the Senate Intelligence Committee investigate news outlets - In, I guess, this quest to go after fake news, does he value the First Amendment as much he values the Second Amendment?I have also talked about the fact that we're continuing to put maximum diplomatic pressure on countries like North Korea. Trump recently threatened to "totally destroy" the rogue country if it attacks the US or its allies.
Sanders indicated Trump and the administration do not.
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He said that it was hard to believe that the weapons and ammunition found in his possession were acquired by him alone. Ms Henry said it was hard to comprehend how Ms Danley was caught up in the worst mass murder in modern U.S. history.
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