WASHINGTON ― Democrats on Capitol Hill said Tuesday they won't allow President Donald Trump to use undocumented young people as leverage to get support from the lawmakers for building a border wall, locking up more immigrants and cutting legal immigration.
Eleven-year-old Barron Trump, the youngest son of President Donald Trump, has found himself at...
President Donald Trump enjoyed the eclipse Monday like millions of Americans. Ben Jacobs, a reporter for The Guardian, wrote in a White House pool report that at about 2:39 p.m., as the eclipse was reaching totality, he gestured to the crowd and pointed to the sky, causing an aide to yell "don't look." Afterward, at about 2:41 p.m., Trump did put on glasses and gazed up at the sky alongside the first lady and his son Barron for about 90 seconds. The internet lit up instantly, because organizations and scientists have spent the past few days begging people not to view the partial eclipse with the naked eye because it could damage their retinas.
Steve Bannon's exit from the Trump administration was reportedly carefully orchestrated for weeks, but The New York Times reports that he was ousted from his post as White House chief strategist following his bizarre, surprising interview with The American Prospect, a progressive publication.
Update: 3:30 p.m. ET-This concludes Newsweek's coverage of the 2017 solar eclipse. The eclipse was seen in a total of 14 states, passing through Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. The next solar eclipse is predicted in the United States in April 2024.