Former Reagan economist and 'Trumponomics' author Arthur Laffer ridiculed Americans with student loan debt and blamed the 2007 Great Recession on Barack Obama, who didn't begin his presidential term until January 2009.
The former president commended the 16-year-old who sparked the worldwide "school strike for climate" movement.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor got personal, telling a crowd in Brooklyn that he would like to have a child soon. He also aired a little marital grief.
The current and former first ladies shared photos of their respective visits to the iconic monument in the heart of the French capital.
"His is a campaign not just for an office but for an era," a judicial adviser to Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign commented.
"If you're going to have a coherent, cohesive society, then everybody has to have some agreed-upon rules," the former president said.
"No regions will avoid the damages done by increasingly extreme weather events such as we've seen play out over the past few years in the form of unprecedented droughts and floods, heat waves and wildfires," an expert told Newsweek.
The Detroit representative tweeted a photo of herself with the former president following this week's Washington meeting.
The White House will be able to focus on a much wider variety of important things.
Trump appears to violate social norms "as if he did not care that they exist," the authors of the study said.
At an informal meet-and-greet with new Congress members, the former president said they shouldn't stay away from "big, bold ideas" but needed to figure out how to pay for them.
Former President Barack Obama has shared his tips for March Madness since 2009.
Chuck Scarborough said he would "cheerfully champion" a change in the Constitution allowing Obama to run again.
Former first lady Michelle Obama said on Conan O'Brien's podcast that she was not interested in partisan politics.
"No one can defeat a nation which pursues resistance," Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in a televised address, claiming the U.S. and its allies were to blame for the country's poor economy.
"I worry that the bottom line of that kind of an approach is we have an administration that looks a lot more like Barack Obama than Ronald Reagan," former Vice President Dick Cheney told Mike Pence.
Dick Cheney pressed Mike Pence on several of the Trump administration's foreign policy decisions, including the president's hardline approach toward America's NATO allies and his decision to withdraw troops from Syria.
"Obama, he vetoed the bill that we needed to pass, and we came back and overrode his veto," Terry Strada said.
The former president took several shots at the current White House administration but left names out of it.
Trump's economic rating was the highest among the 14 domestic and foreign issues assessed in the poll.