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The White House on Monday will embark on a three-week messaging campaign aimed at refocusing attention on President Donald Trump's agenda and framing a debate later this summer over rewriting the U. Trump's communications team to control a narrative that has consistently spun out of their grasp during the six months since the inauguration. The Republicans, the self-proclaimed party of family values, remain squarely behind a family and a Presidency whose most salient features are amorality, greed, demagoguery, deception, vulgarity, race-baiting, misogyny, and, potentially -- only time and further investigation will tell -- a murky relationship with a hostile foreign government.worked up about at the moment: "Ed Sheeran's dire Game of Thrones cameo: he came, he sang, he ate rabbit" (subhead: "He was just a boy, drinking blackberry wine with Arya Stark -- but his dud performance proves the TV behemoth's fondness for bland musicians"), via The Guardian. And finally, in "Trump Family Values" (subhead: "Amid revelations of Donald, Jr.,'s misguided meeting with two Russians, the President shows once again where his only loyalties lie"), The New Yorker's Editor-in-Chief David Remnick notes a question that former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper recently asked -- "When will the Republicans collectively say 'enough'? Mike Pence, Paul Ryan, Mitch Mc Connell, Ted Cruz, business leaders such as Stephen Schwarzman and Carl Icahn, and a raft of White House advisers, including the bulk of the National Security Council, cannot fail to see the chaos, the incompetence, and the potential illegality in their midst, and yet they go on supporting, excusing, and deflecting attention from the President's behavior in order to protect their own ambitions and fortunes.
Americans give President Donald Trump the lowest six-month approval rating of any president in polls dating back 70 years, punctuated by questions about his competence on the world stage, his effectiveness, the GOP health care plan and Russia's role in the 2016 election.
Just 36 percent of Americans polled in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll approve of Trump's job performance, down 6 points from his 100-day mark, itself a low.
The previous president closest to this level at or near six months was Gerald Ford, at 39 percent, in February 1975. The "Made In America" campaign, which starts with the president highlighting locally made products from around the country, is the latest attempt by Mr.
6, below -- though I should warn you that's Ed Sheeran-related. These are the facts: Jared Kushner held suspicious meetings with Russians officials and operatives that he failed to disclose when he applied for a security clearance.
Kushner is also a figure in Donald Trump Jr.'s controversial meeting with a Russian lawyer promising damaging information on Clinton.