President Trump told the British newspaper Financial Times that the US would deal with North Korea’s nuclear threat with or without China.
The White House released a letter inviting House and Senate intelligence committees to review new documents related to the potential unauthorized disclosure of classified information after comments made by former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Evelyn Farkas earlier this month came to light.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer offered reporter April Ryan the first question and a laugh at the White House press briefing one day after the two engaged in a heated exchange.
Hillary Clinton called the failure of the GOP health bill a “victory for all Americans” during her speech at the Professional Business Women of California Conference in San Francisco.
Former CIA Director James Woolsey says he attended a meeting with President Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Turkish officials in 2016 where the potential removal of a Turkish government rival, Fetullah Gulen, was discussed. Flynn’s spokesman said no such discussion occurred.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s credibility is being questioned after publicly defending President Trump’s conspiracy theories and falsehoods.