The Wall Street Journal reports the Trump administration is reevaluating the five-year-old bilateral trade pact with South Korea, even to the point of signaling plans to withdraw entirely.
Saturday during his visit to Houston surveilling the damage from Hurricane Harvey, President Donald Trump praised the U.S. Coast Guard for its rescue efforts during the storm. However, he also took a shot at the media as well. “I hear the Coast Guard saved 11,000 people — think of it, almost 11,000 people by going into winds the media would not go into,” Trump said. “They will not go into those winds — unless it’s a really good story, in which case they will.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
While at a Houston shelter, President Donald Trump took a moment to bring up his favorite subject: His hands.
Fox 8 Cleveland, by Ed Gallek Posted By: Nevadadad46- Sat, 02 09 2017 11:09:57 GMT Cleveland’ There is new fallout from the fierce debate over Cleveland Browns players kneeling during the national anthem. Cleveland safety forces have backed out of a pl…
Houston Native and Republican Billionaire Just Donated More Money Than Any Public Figure to Hurricane Harvey
Independent Journal Review, by Jenni Fink Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 02 21 2017 11:21:33 GMT Tropical Storm Harvey continues to make its way out of Texas, leaving behind destruction in its wake. While the storm brought out the worst in Mother Nature, it s…
Daily Caller, by Katie Jerkovich Posted By: JoniTx- Sat, 02 34 2017 11:34:36 GMT President Donald Trump and Melania Trump arrived in Houston Saturday and immediately headed to the NRG Center to meet with kids and others who survived Hurricane Harvey. (Photos) Trump and the first lady first visited the “Kids Zone” at one of the Hurricane Harvey relief centers in the city and from the pictures everyone looked thrilled to see them. (Photos) Later, they stepped in and helped volunteers serve lunch at the shelter in Texas. (Photos)