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Trump: 'Fake news' to blame for violence

President Trump on Friday denied that his heated rhetoric is to blame for a spate of politically and religiously motivated violence, instead blaming the “fake news.” Asked by a reporter about the effect of his rhetoric, Trump pointed… Source: The Hill

Perry to visit Ukraine, Poland to discuss alternatives to Russian energy

Energy Secretary Rick Perry will visit Ukraine and Poland next week as part of the Trump administration’s efforts to entice the two countries into pursuing alternatives to buying coal and natural gas from Russia.In particular, the Trump… Source: The Hill

Watch live: Trump holds a rally in Missouri

President Trump will hold a rally at 7:30 p.m. ET in Colombia, Missouri, on behalf of Republican Josh Hawley, who hopes to unseat Democratic incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill.Watch live above. Source: The Hill

Hotel bill for first lady's trip to Cairo topped $95K

First lady Melania Trump’s trip to Cairo cost taxpayers more than $95,000, according to federal spending records.Trump and her team stayed at the Semiramis Intercontinental Cairo during her trip to Egypt last month, according to records,… Source: The Hill

Trump keeps spotlight on immigration, but punts on asylum changes

President Trump on Thursday sought to keep the spotlight on his hardline immigration policies, saying he is “finalizing a plan” to deny asylum claims from people who enter the country illegally. The White House had signaled the… Source: The Hill

Trump: 'I wouldn't be surprised' if Soros were paying for migrant caravan

President Trump said Wednesday that he “wouldn’t be surprised” if billionaire philanthropist George Soros or someone else is funding the caravan of Central American migrants moving toward the U.S.”I wouldn’t be surprised,” Trump told… Source: The Hill

Trump says he has not received subpoena from Mueller

President Trump said Wednesday he has not received a subpoena from special counsel Robert Mueller as part of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.”No,” Trump told reporters on the South Lawn when asked if he had… Source: The Hill

Hundreds join protest of Trump’s visit to Pittsburgh

Around 200 people demonstrated against President Trump’s visit to Pittsburgh on Tuesday afternoon.The protesters, organized by Jewish group IfNotNow, staged a gathering that was part-protest and part-shiva, a Jewish mourning ritual, BuzzFeed News… Source: The Hill

Trump visits Pittsburgh synagogue

President Trump and first lady Melania Trump on Tuesday visited the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where a gunman carried out the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history. The Trumps paid their respects to the dead by lighting… Source: The Hill

Trump can't unilaterally end birthright citizenship, legal experts say

President Trump’s plan to end birthright citizenship through executive order has struck legal scholars not only as wholly unconstitutional, but reminiscent of a pro-slavery Supreme Court ruling that dates back more than 160 years.“Dred Scott said… Source: The Hill

Birthright citizenship vow shows Trump doubling down on immigration gambit

President Trump is doubling down on his hard-line immigration stance in the final days before the midterm elections, revisiting a tried-and-tested plan he hopes will fire up his core supporters and get them to the polls on Election Day.Trump has… Source: The Hill

Denmark hits back at White House criticism

The Danish government is hitting back after the White House listed Denmark as an example of a failing socialist nation in its recently released report “The Opportunity Costs of Socialism.” Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen&… Source: The Hill

Pompeo discusses cooperation with Brazil’s 'Trump of the Tropics'

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday discussed ways he plans to work with Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro, the controversial right-wing populist who won around 55 percent of the vote after a volatile and… Source: The Hill