But despite the president's words, it's pretty common knowledge that anyone can go into a grocery or convenience store and buy food without showing photo ID. Trump stood on stage, in front of about 10,000 cheering, MAGA-adorned fans, and made the same refrain at least three times during a broad-ranging, hourlong speech: Vote for "my great friend", Ron DeSantis , whom he called a "tough, brilliant cookie".
Attorneys general for eight US states and the District of Columbia tried to block the settlement in a lawsuit filed Monday, while seeking the restraining order on the ground that the 3D guns would be a safety risk. These 3-D printed guns are made of plastic, undetectable, and untraceable. Those guns can be manufactured with a 3D printer. But industry experts have expressed doubts that criminals would go to the trouble, since the printers needed to make the guns can cost thousands of dollars, ...
Last week, North Korea handed over what is believed to be the remains of 55 US soldiers who died during the 1950-1953 Korean War, following through on an agreement made between the two leaders at their historic Singapore Summit in June.
They cover Kavanaugh's time in the White House counsel office and his nomination to be a judge. Democrats had also requested more documents from the National Archives from Kavanaugh's time as staff secretary to Bush. Apparently there are at least 900,000 such documents that need to be reviewed. Kavanaugh said that Supreme Court decision was an example of judicial "backbone" and one of the "greatest moments in judicial history".
As with all personnel matters in the Trump White House, circumstances could change, and Kelly may not end up staying in his job through the 2020 election, considering he serves at the pleasure of a president who often acts on impulse and whim.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said Thursday that Russian Federation is continuing to pursue its efforts to interfere in the United States political system and said President Donald Trump has "specifically directed" the U.S. Instead, the White House press secretary ticked off a list of sometimes-inaccurate and sometimes-unrelated grievances about how these hyperpartisan times have affected her life and the president's life, and why they blame journalists for that.