Ashley Collman, provided by Published 6:31 am PST, Tuesday, November 13, 2018 Getty Michelle Obama sat down for a nearly hourlong conversation with ABC News' Robin Roberts that aired Sunday night on "20/20." Roberts pointed out that Obama, like her predecessor Laura Bush, offered to give first lady Melania Trump advice when she entered the White House. When asked whether Trump had ever called her up, Obama said, "No, no she hasn't." Michelle Obama put politics aside when Melania Trump succeeded her in the White House, offering to give her advice if she ever needed it. But Trump has never taken the former first lady up on that offer, Obama told ABC News' Robin Roberts in a nearly hourlong conversation that aired Sunday night on "20/20." "I know that Laura Bush reached out to you and said, 'If you need any help, I'm a phone call away,'" Roberts said. "Yep, yep," Obama responded. "You wrote about how and have talked about how you extended that same courtesy to Melania … [Read more...] about Michelle Obama says Melania Trump has never reached out to her for advice on being first lady
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By Patrick May | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: October 30, 2018 at 11:00 am | UPDATED: October 30, 2018 at 12:42 pm It is a time-honored and constitutionally sacred tradition for the United States president to issue executive orders. The directive could be as mundane as rearranging the deck chairs in the Justice of Department or as sobering as sending troops into battle. When it comes to issuing these orders, President Trump has been a very busy bee: in his first 200 days in office, the president has signed more executive orders than President Obama averaged in an entire year. Most of Trump’s orders involving killing or maiming Obama-era regulations. Since taking office in early 2017, Trump has has issued 76 executive orders, along with hundreds of presidential memoranda, proclamations and assorted official-sounding things that presidents do. On Tuesday, Trump raised the possibility of issuing yet another order, this time mentioning in a … [Read more...] about What they’re saying about Trump’s latest planned executive order
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by A look at the contentious words between the president and some of his most outspoken critics. ByLiz Robbins Oct. 26, 2018 One called him a danger to the world. Another said he was drunk on power. A third even refuses to call him the president. This week, packages containing crude pipe bombs were sent to these critics of President Trump and several others. Mr. Trump has his own choice adjectives — crazy, sick, low IQ — for his detractors. He typically reserves one word for perhaps his biggest foe, Hillary Clinton: crooked. Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all time. She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party. Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 18, … [Read more...] about They Were Sent Pipe Bombs. Here’s What They’ve Said About Trump.
Yvonne Wingett Sanchez and Rachel Leingang Arizona Republic Published 11:12 PM EDT Oct 19, 2018 President Donald Trump lavished praise on U.S. Senate hopeful Martha McSally's military record and her support for one of his biggest priorities: the building of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The two made a grand entrance via the president's Marine One helicopter shortly after the sun set in Mesa, as music thundered overhead. He stepped off the helicopter. She was a few steps behind him. "In just 18 days, the people of Arizona are going to send Martha McSally — a great woman, I will tell you, I know her well — to the United States Senate to protect your jobs, defend your borders and continue making America great again," Trump said. The president struck a familiar tone when speaking of McSally at the Friday-night rally, using one of his most powerful platforms to place her on stage in front of a cheering crowd with a bank of … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Arizona rally: What he said about Martha McSally
U.S. Donald Trump Lawyer for Stormy Daniels, Michael Avenatti, continued his attacks on President Donald Trump Wednesday and in doing so reinvented a famous slogan deployed by former first lady Michelle Obama during the 2016 campaign. Avenatti, who has suggested he could run against Trump in the 2020 presidential election, proposed adopting a more combative approach than Obama’s famous line, “When they go low, we go high.” “Different people have different approaches at different times. Here is mine for the next two and half years: WHEN THEY GO LOW, WE HIT HARDER,” he tweeted. Recommended Slideshows 76 50 Highest Paying Jobs in the United States 80 In Pictures: Top 50 U.S. Cities Ranked by Quality of Life And Average Salary 76 75 Best-Selling Albums in U.S. History Different people have different approaches at different times. Here is mine for the next two and half years: WHEN THEY GO LOW, WE HIT … [Read more...] about Michael Avenatti Reinvents Michelle Obama Quote About Trump: ‘When They Go Low, We Hit Harder’