The itinerary would likely keep Trump who has been said to be sensitive to protests largely away from planned wide demonstrations in London. "He would love to do a bilateral trade deal and he is really ready to step up on that the minute we get the go ahead to do it", Johnson said, adding that USA government agencies were already looking at how to put a deal together.
There's so much at stake with Donald Trump's pick. CBS has learned he's narrowed the list of contenders to four appeals court judges. But now that this cadre of evangelical voters, those who said they overcame their discomfort with other aspects of Trump's record because of the Supreme Court, have received what they wanted - two nominations, enough to create a five-members conservative majority on the court - that doesn't mean they'll drop their support of Trump, evangelical leaders say.
The Russian coach further disclosed that the prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, was also with them in the changing room for morale boost while Putin called him twice. Cherchesov noted, "Talking about criticism, if they trusted us or not, we trusted ourselves". To beg someone to trust in you, we didn't want to do that.
President Trump said he has "confidence" North Korea's leader will abide by their agreement to denuclearize despite the regime's comments characterizing U.S. Before Pompeo and Kim Yong Chol dove into Saturday's long day of negotiations, Kim Yong Chol made some snarky comments as he sat with Pompeo in front of cameras.
He's expected to announce his final pick on Monday evening. Mr. Trump was to discuss the pick Friday night at dinner with Vice President Mike Pence, who personally met this week with Judges Kavanaugh , Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge .
Rudy Giuliani says on ABC's "This Week" Sunday that they have no worries about Michael Cohen "as long as he tells the truth". Federal agents searched Cohen's home and office in April, and speculation has since mounted that he might turn on Trump and provide evidence to federal officials that could implicate the president or his campaign.