Donald Trump not 'thrilled' with border deal, but doesn't want government shutdown
The US president is underwhelmed with a tentative funding deal that provides much less funding for border security. Trump again insisted that his concrete wall at the US-Mexico border will be built.
Donald Trump appoints Mick Mulvaney as acting chief of staff
US President Donald Trump has chosen Mick Mulvaney to take over from retiring chief of staff John Kelly in 2019. The decision comes after two of his top picks withdrew their names.
A look back at Donald Trump’s first year as US president
US president Donald Trump has been in office one year as of Saturday. Many said he wouldn’t last, and after a year, his unpredictable nature still has supporters cheering and opponents cringing. A look back at a year of Donald Trump.
‘Mexico will not finance US wall’, foreign minister says
In an interview with FRANCE 24, Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said Mexico would not help finance the border wall proposed by US President Donald Trump. “The wall is a decision made by the US (…) What I can assert categorically is that we are not involved in this dialogue, we never negotiated with the US to talk about a wall,” Videgaray told FRANCE 24.
Rogues a-plenty at UN General Assembly
The trading of insults continued today as Iran's Hassan Rouhani referred to Donald Trump as a "rogue newcomer", this after the US President referred to Iran as a "rogue state" yesterday.
Ukraine brews up Trump beer with a Putin twist
A craft brewery in Ukraine has cashed in on the frenzy surrounding Donald Trump's possible campaign links to Russia by bottling a lager with a label featuring the US president and Vladimir Putin peeking from behind.
Trump wall threatens Mexico's migratory animals
They are not "bad hombres," as Donald Trump might say - or any kind of "hombres" at all, but like the human migrants targeted by the US president, the jaguars, bighorn sheep and deer-like Sonoran pronghorns of northern Mexico have a lot to lose from his planned border wall.
NY protest pushes back against Trump, supports gay rights
About 3,000 people demonstrated in New York Saturday against Donald Trump, voicing solidarity with LGBT groups, Muslims and others they fear the US president could target.