“We will never knowingly sell our products to people who support President Trump’s values.”
“We have to talk about it to find out what’s going on because the press honestly is out of control,” Trump said during a rambling, and at times combative, news conference.
The protest on Thursday calls for immigrants not to work, shop, or go to school in response to President Trump’s immigration policies.
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Leaving a confused Matt Lauer to say, “That makes no sense.”
Conway said she was giving a “free commercial” for Ivanka Trump’s products — a day after President Trump slammed Nordstrom for dropping his daughter’s brand.
One dog died, and four others became ill after being fed with beef from Evanger’s Dog Food.
“Do you want to give his name? We’ll destroy his career,” Trump told a Texas sheriff who complained about a state senator.
Wheaton College said its intention was to counter the “divisive message” of Trump’s refugee ban.
“I’ve never seen a president attack a sitting judge this way.”
The artist who designed the cover said Trump was “beheading the American democracy.”
Photos on social media appeared to show some students at a Texas high school doing the Nazi salute for their “silly” class photo.
“He’s the president, not a dictator, and his empty threats are an abuse of power,” Rep. Barbara Lee said in a statement.
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“I don’t like watching fake news.”
Mark Christeson was executed Tuesday for killing a mother and her two children after the US Supreme Court denied a request to halt the execution.
Sen. Jeff Sessions, Trump’s attorney general pick, once told Yates that she should be able to say no to the president if he asks for something she thinks is “unlawful.”
“The President fundamentally disagrees with the notion of discriminating against individuals because of their faith or religion,” Obama said in a statement.
After a weekend of nationwide protests, Trump on Monday deflected blame for the widespread confusion and anger sparked by his executive order barring US entry for refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Attorneys for Terry Edwards, who is scheduled to be executed Thursday, say there is evidence he did not commit the killings he was convicted for.