Obama’s first public engagement comes as President Donald Trump nears his 100-day mark in office next week.
Brissett posted an emotional letter on Instagram while standing next to a photo of Obama in his former home.
“The weak illegal immigration policies of the Obama Admin. allowed bad MS 13 gangs to form in cities across U.S. We are removing them fast!” Trump wrote at about 5:40 a.m. Tuesday.
“Mr. President, I’m sorry,” Clinton told the sitting commander in chief as her unexpected election loss became reality, according to a Washington Post review of a new book about the Democratic presidential candidate’s failed 2016 campaign.
The White House has insisted the President’s planned visit to London this fall include a carriage ride with Queen Elizabeth II down “the Mall,” a strip that leads to Buckingham Palace, The Times of London reported.
The revelation, first reported by CNN on Monday, stands in sharp contrast to Trump’s pledge to slash federal funding — and in even sharper contrast to his repeated criticisms of his predecessor’s travels.
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The change is a body blow to both Senate and the Supreme Court that will likely lead to more toxic partisanship in the chamber and even more ideological future court nominees.
The Senate voted 55-45 to end debate on nominating Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, short of the 60 votes needed, with most Democrats voting against allowing Gorsuch an up-or-down vote. Republicans plan to respond by employing the “nuclear option” and gut a longstanding requiring a super-majority for Supreme Court justices. That will lead to a Friday vote to put Gorsuch on the court.
Fears of government limits on guns — some real, some perceived — led to a surge in demand during President Barack Obama’s tenure and manufacturers leapt to keep up. Over the decade ending in 2015, the number of U.S. companies licensed to make firearms jumped a whopping 362 percent. But sales are down and the bubble appears to be bursting with a staunch advocate for gun rights in the White House and Republicans ruling Congress.