Trump has made it clear he is not opposed to taking military action.
The president was very outspoken about his feelings on Clinton's emails.
A shooter opened fire on a congregation on Sunday morning.
The students were pictured using Nazi symbols in their "game."
The president suggested players should be sacked and spectators should leave games.
The comment comes shortly after the president's outburst over NFL players kneeling.
GOP Representative Jeb Hensarling argued taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for damaged homes.
Obama also discussed his disappointment when people try to dismantle his health care reform.
Trump sat down for lunch with other world leaders and U.N. representatives after discussing military action against North Korea.
During the president's first address to the U.N., he asked that the organization work more effectively.
The department has also faced backlash over two police shootings.
In New York, requests for the Ivanka look are on the rise.
The president is set to address the United Nations General Assembly.
The Vermont senator said he backed Clinton after she became the Democrat candidate.
Senator Diane Feinstein said the testimony would come soon.
The senator said providing health care for everyone was exactly what Trump should be doing.
The president had faced questions over why he didn’t contact Mexico’s president in a more timely manner.