The president's administration used a controversial Obama-era measure called "hot goods," which allows the Labor Department to freeze the movement of items created by laborers who have not been paid.
NRA's leader told the president that background check legislation would hurt his popularity with the Republican base and urged him to reconsider his position, according to officials.
"His wife I think is fantastic and I'm thinking about commuting his sentence very strongly. I think it's enough, seven years," Trump told reporters of Blagojevich.
Some lawmakers are calling for a new Patriot Act with a focus on far-right hate crimes. The president wants Antifa in the mix.
"The idea of the imperial presidency is something that has built up over time, and it has a snowball effect that stays with the office."
Since 2002, the number of people killed in attacks because of the far-right and because of Islamist radicals is nearly equal.
"Are you listening Federal Reserve? This is a major violation which will greatly weaken China over time!" Trump Tweeted
McConnell, who is currently recovering from a fractured shoulder at his home in Kentucky, has remained mum on his plans to address the topic. The senator's team did not immediately respond to requests from Newsweek.
"Yada yada yada" was a summary Marianne Williamson used to describe American's beliefs—and it could also describe the evening's debate.
"It's not surprising to me that Mitch McConnell is receiving these campaign contributions, he seems single-handedly to be standing in the way of anything passing in Congress around election security."
Economic growth in the second quarter of 2019 slowed significantly, from 3.1 percent in the first quarter of the year to 2.1 percent in the spring.
"It is absolutely clear to me that the time has come for Congress to pursue a dedicated impeachment inquiry."
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"The Russians are absolutely intent on trying to interfere with our elections through foreign influence," Christopher Wray said.
"CBP is detaining *American citizens,*" wrote Ocasio-Cortez "How would you feel trapped in a border camp, where guards wear face masks because the human odor is so strong?"
"Unfortunately, automatic eligibility has expanded to allow even millionaires and others who simply receive a TANF-funded brochure to become eligible for SNAP when they clearly don't need it."
"Bernie Sanders was in the state and had his picture taken in front of an old, abandoned steel mill. That same steel mill, most of it has been refurbished and is flourishing."
"I reserve the right to object," said Kentucky Senator Rand Paul as he put an end to calls for a unanimous voice vote to renew the fund.
Since October, the percentage of Republicans who worry about the U.S. losing its sense of identity because of foreigners has grown by 13 percent. The number of Republicans who view that openness as essential has decreased by 10 points.
"As Jews, we're all too familiar with this kind of divisive prejudice," wrote Jonathan Greenblatt, the organization's CEO and national director.
"Why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done," the president tweeted.
"If you want somebody who's going to talk about their cooking, their dog, their wardrobe, travel habits, or favorite books, Bernie Sanders is not your candidate."
One six-year-old girl couldn't even recite her name, she only repeated "I'm scared" over and over again. Another young boy sobbed for an hour straight.
"Children were being separated from their parents in front of an American flag, women were being called names under an American flag," said Ocasio-Cortez.
Texas is the "most important swing state in the 2020 presidential election" said Texas Republicans in an email asking for donations.
Acosta told the Trump administration that he was asked to cut a deal with Epstein because he was told the financier "belonged to intelligence," and that the issue was above his "pay grade," according to Vicky Ward.
"The amount is just jaw-dropping," said Michel Nilsen, vice president of communications and public policy at the Association of Fundraising Professionals. "Giving was hurt."
In the 1940s, Sanders explained, the U.S. was fighting in Asia and Europe and still managed to create an "armaments program to win the war within three years." The country can address this problem, he said.