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Donald Trump so desperately didn't want you to watch Saturday's White House correspondents' dinner, where a comedian and members of the media were expected to criticize him, that he held a competing rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
President Trump read lyrics to the song "The Snake" at a rally on the 100th day of his presidency. Trump says the lyrics are an allegory about the dangers of immigration, but the author's daughter doesn't want Trump to use the lyrics.
Sebastian Gorka, a top counterterrorism adviser to President Donald Trump, frequently criticized Trump's approach to foreign policy during the 2016 presidential campaign, at one point saying Trump was "full of bluster" on the issues but had "no depth."
Last night, President Trump sounded like candidate Trump. Although there have been some indications that Trump is starting to adjust to the realities of being president, his speech to his followers in Pennsylvania returned to all of his standard campaign themes.
President Donald Trump says the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act "guarantees" coverage for Americans with pre-existing conditions -- a claim that could undercut the legislation the White House is currently pushing on Capitol Hill.
On the 100th day of his presidency, Donald Trump again attacked the media and stoked the embers of divisiveness that fueled his election. But on the very same day, Americans -- even the majority who disapprove of Trump's presidency -- could find reasons to celebrate.
The contrast couldn't have been more stark. In Washington, journalists celebrated the First Amendment (and themselves) at a glitzy and ritzy dinner. In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the President of the United States delivered up slabs of red-meat to some of his most loyal supporters who had gathered to celebrate his first 100 days in office.
Two parties, two different Americas. On Saturday night, the press gathered for the annual White House correspondents' dinner in Washington where, traditionally, they would roast the president. But this year the punchline was in Pennsylvania, at a rally President Trump held to celebrate his first 100 days in office.
Having failed, at least so far, to deliver on his promises on healthcare, a border wall and tax cuts, President Donald Trump ended his first 100 days in office the way they began, with a deeply negative, divisive speech that served as a booster shot for his followers' rage. Included in the tirade, which he delivered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, were attacks on the press, immigrants and progressives.
President Donald Trump was a no-show at the first White House Correspondents' Association dinner of his presidency. But that didn't keep "Daily Show" comedian Hasan Minhaj from addressing "the elephant not in the room."
Sen. John McCain has a message for US allies confused by the mixed messages and miscommunications coming from the White House on foreign policy: "Sometimes it's important to watch what the President does rather than what he says."
Shortly after news broke of another North Korean missile test, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said the country's dictator, Kim Jong Un, "seems like someone who knows what he's doing."
"Full Frontal" host Samantha Bee was the master of ceremonies during the "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner." The comedy special coincided with the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner that President Trump skipped in favor of a campaign-style rally in Pennsylvania.
Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward of Watergate fame argued Saturday night that good journalism is more crucial to a free society than ever in a climate of increasing hostility between the White House and the press.
Instead of following in the footsteps of his predecessors, President Donald Trump again forged his own path Saturday, opting to host a campaign-style rally in Pennsylvania instead of attending the White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington.
President Donald Trump would not rule out the use of military force against North Korea in an interview on CBS's "Face the Nation" on Saturday, just hours after Pyongyang launched a missile test in defiance of international pressure.
More than 130 years ago, my great-great-grandparents left then-czarist Russia for the United States with nothing but the clothes on their backs. Escaping political oppression, they emigrated to Chicago with no knowledge of the English language, and at a time when immigrating "legally" meant little more than writing, by hand, the family's name in a notebook at Ellis Island.
The world was dumbfounded by the election of Donald Trump, and his first 100 days in office have done little to alleviate a deep sense of uncertainty and unpredictability. Indeed, as one observer put it, the last few weeks alone have caused a severe case of global geostrategic whiplash.
A lawyer for an executed Arkansas inmate called for an investigation over reports that his client convulsed during the lethal-injection process -- casting fresh questions about a sedative that critics say has led to botched executions.