Conservative commentators and longtime Trump defenders have questioned the president's honesty in the wake of the Giuliani confession.
"I wish I didn't expect this and I wish I was surprised by it," Darren Martin said.
The organizers are rallying against policies including the transgender military ban.
The rancorous debate on CNN mirrored conversations happening across cable news stations, as surrogates of the president denounced Wolf's cutting jokes but were forced to reconcile them with the president's own history of insulting opponents.
The crew aboard Southwest Airlines flight 1380 has been commended for staying calm under duress.
Jackson's nomination as veterans affairs secretary was withdrawn last week.
A tree taken from a World War I battlefield in France and planted during French President Emmanuel Macron's state visit last week has disappeared from the White House lawn.
"It can mean a lot of things to a lot of people," Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said after being forced to answer the question.
In a long interview with state media, Lavrov seemed to reiterate comments made by Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov, who said Trump invited Putin to Washington.
As America's First Volunteer, Barbara Bush has had to cut back on what she loves best: the hands-on volunteer work that has given her so much satisfaction over the years.
"We urge the President to exercise leadership for peace and work towards a comprehensive and permanent peace solution in the Korean peninsula."
Powerful polluters want the Trump administration to make coal ash great again, and they are about to make it happen.
Sean Spicer probably won't reprise his role as the Easter bunny, but there is a must-see commemorative egg called "wings of prayer" inspired by Melania Trump.
"If a review of Mr. Kushner's ethics issues was completed by the White House Counsel, it must be released," Democratic Representative Raja Krishnamoorthi stated.
Trump still seeks advice from his former aide, who stands accused of domestic violence.
"I can speak for only the White House, and I can say categorically that obviously the White House didn't engage in any wrongdoing," deputy press secretary Raj Shah said.