Another child reportedly asked whether Trump still trusts White House physician Ronny Jackson, who withdrew from his nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs on Thursday.
Thousands of Yemenis in Funeral Procession for Senior Houthi Official in Sana
The blockade has since been partially lifted, but access to the impoverished country remains limited. Saudi defence forces have also halted Yemen's financial aids and food and fuel imports as well.
"Why did you bomb another country?" one of the kids asked.
"A large group of Hollywood actors and Washington media are consoling each other in a Washington ballroom right now", President Donald Trump said at a rally past year. Sanders went on to explain why the USA bombed Syria on April 13 because "the president wanted to make sure some people in the world that weren't being very nice to other people and did some really bad stuff that we made sure they knew that wasn't okay".
EPA chief Pruitt faces congressional grilling on spending, ethics
Documents later showed EPA chief of staff Ryan Jackson signed off on the raises and indicated he had Pruitt's consent. David McKinley (R-W.Va.) accused Democrats of engaging in "McCarthyism" with their attacks on Pruitt's spending.
"I think Trump is awful for comedy", she recently told Variety. "I can't believe it", said Trump, who regularly rails against what he calls the "fake news" media. Trump said to the reporters corralled on the lawn, with Vice President Mike Pence standing nearby.
He praised the children as being "well behaved" and invited them into the Oval Office. The children were asking about how the current administration would make the education system in America better and improve their schools, or why the President fired James Comey (which has been seen as an act of obstruction of justice and therefore grounds for impeachment). "Do you want your parents in the Oval Office or out?"
Supreme Court wrestles with legality of Trump travel ban
The hearing was the culmination of a 15-month battle over a policy that quickly became a hallmark of the Trump era. Consequently, the judge is giving the Trump Administration 90 days to challenge the court's ruling.
Turx made headlines a year ago when Trump responded to his question about anti-Semitism by telling him to "sit down".
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