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Trump Holds Rally In Pennsylvania As Journalists Gather At Annual D.C. Dinner ›
Updated 10:30 p.m. ET President Donald Trump passed Saturday on one of the biggest events on Washington's annual social calendar and, instead, opted to spend his 100th day in office focused on trade and holding a campaign-style rally in Harrisburg, Pa. Breaking with tradition , Trump was a no-show at the annual White House Correspondents' Association Dinner Saturday night in D.C. It was the first time in 36 years that the president has not attended the event. Back in 1981, President Ronald Reagan did not attend because he was recovering from an assassination attempt. President Jimmy Carter did not attend in 1978 and in 1980. President Richard Nixon did not attend the dinner in 1974 and 1972. Rather than attending the annual dinner — where the president traditionally is the opening act for a well-known Hollywood comedian and is also the butt of many of the event's jokes — Trump opted to take a short trip from Washington to Pennsylvania where he visited a tool manufacturing company in
Sat, 29 Apr 2017 23:03:00 +0000
U.S. Service Member Dies In Blast Outside Mosul ›
A U.S. service member died Saturday from wounds sustained in an explosion outside Mosul, Iraq, according to a statement from the U.S military. The statement offered no further details. Iraqi troops — with the aid of U.S. forces — have been fighting to push the Islamic State out of Mosul for the past six months. It is the second American military fatality since the Mosul operation began, reports The Military Times . With coalition forces surrounding the city, ISIS is trapped but so are thousands of civilians. NPR's Jane Arraf reported earlier this month, the U.S. and Iraq were changing tactics in the battle, repositioning troops and using fewer airstrikes in order to reduce civilian casualties. USA Today says militants are relying on explosives, car bombs and rigged buildings to slow the advance of coalition forces. Operation Inherent Resolve is the U.S.-led operation to push the ISIS out of Syria and Iraq. The Trump administration has stopped disclosing how many troops are deployed in
Sat, 29 Apr 2017 22:41:00 +0000
Why Trump's First 100 Days Matter And Why They Don't ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: We are going to spend this hour marking President Trump's first 100 days in office. That's today. If you're asking why 100 days, you can thank FDR for that, President Franklin Roosevelt. By his 100th day in office, President Roosevelt had pushed dozens of bills through Congress, shored up a dangerously insolvent banking system, offered relief to desperate farmers, created a jobs program to put hundreds of thousands of people to work. Those bills became the foundation of the recovery from the Great Depression and presidents, including the current one, have had to contend with that standard ever since. The president talked about a few of his 100-day accomplishments last night in a speech before the NRA. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: For the first time in the modern political era, we have confirmed a new justice in the first 100 days. (APPLAUSE) TRUMP: The last time that happened was 136 years ago in
Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:35:00 +0000
Iowa Senator Doesn't Blame Trump For Lack Of Major Legislation During 100 Days ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: But first we're going to get reflections from two Republicans in Congress on the president's first 100 days. Some of President Trump's biggest policy changes during his first 100 days have been from executive orders, but some of those have been blocked by federal judges, including the travel ban and an order defunding so-called sanctuary cities. We wanted to hear more about this, so we called Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa. We wanted to get his views on this because he chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee. He's held public office for nearly 60 years. He's serving his seventh term in the U.S. Senate. And I started our conversation by asking Senator Grassley about President Trump's fraught relationship with the judiciary. CHARLES GRASSLEY: Well, the president shouldn't have any relationship with the judiciary except to nominate, as it provides in the Constitution, with the advice and consent of the United States Senate. And
Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:35:00 +0000
House Freedom Caucus Congressman Believes Next Health Care Legislation Will Pass ›
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: And now we're going to head to the other side of the Capitol to talk about a movement within the Republican Party that's played a big role in President Trump's first 100 days. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: I never said repeal and replace Obamacare. You've all heard my speeches. I never said repeal it and replace it within 64 days. I have a long time. MARTIN: That's President Trump. Of course, he did promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And when he didn't succeed at first he blamed a caucus of his own party for getting in the way. That would be the Freedom Caucus. So we thought we'd also like to hear from one of its key members about the first 100 days. Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio is a co-founder and formerly led the group. Congressman Jordan, thank you so much for speaking with us. JIM JORDAN: Good to be with you. MARTIN: So we just heard from Senator Charles Grassley. So I'll start by
Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:35:00 +0000
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