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For Trump, a complicated return to a White House in disarray

US President Donald Trump returns to the Oval Office Monday after a two-week vacation rife with chaos — and the dark clouds plaguing his fledgling presidency show no signs of clearing up. Seven months after taking office the real estate magnate’s approval rating has plunged to a record low. And far from striking a more unifying tone, Trump’s words and actions continue to feed the sense of a rudderless presidency, lurching from one self-generated crisis to the next. In perhaps the worst to date, he dealt a crushing blow to his own embattled administration by saying “both sides” were to blame for the bloodshed in Charlottesville, Virginia following a rally by neo-Nazis and white supremacists. Al Gore, a former Democratic vice president, advised Trump to “r...

‘Free Speech’ rally fizzles as counterprotesters swarm Boston

Slide 1 of 15: BOSTON, MA – AUGUST 19: Thousands of protesters prepare to march in Boston against a planned ‘Free Speech Rally’ just one week after the violent ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Virginia left one woman dead and dozens more injured on August 19, 2017 in Boston, United States. Although the rally organizers stress that they are not associated with any alt-right or white supremacist groups, the city of Boston and Police Commissioner William Evans are preparing for possible confrontations at the afternoon rally. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Next Slide Thousands of protesters prepare to march on August 19, 2017 in Boston against a planned ‘Free Speech Rally’ just one week after the violent ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Virginia...

Bannon Says He’s ‘Going to War for Trump’ After White House Exit

(Bloomberg) — Ousted White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon returned to the conservative Breitbart News website on Friday and said he’ll be “going to war” for President Donald Trump, vowing to intensify the fight he has waged against opponents of his brand of populist conservatism. “If there’s any confusion out there, let me clear it up: I’m leaving the White House and going to war for Trump against his opponents — on Capitol Hill, in the media, and in corporate America,” Bannon told Bloomberg News Friday in his first public comments after his departure was announced. Share the Joy of Reddi-wip. See More Sponsored by Reddi Wip Bannon led the evening editorial meeting at Breitbart, where he resumed his role as executive chairman, the website said in a statement. A person wh...

Stephen Bannon Out at the White House After Turbulent Run

  Stephen K. Bannon, the embattled chief strategist who helped President Trump win the 2016 election but clashed for months with other senior West Wing advisers, is leaving his post, a White House spokeswoman announced Friday. “White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve’s last day,” the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said in a statement. “We are grateful for his service and wish him the best.” Sign Up For the Morning Briefing Newsletter Earlier on Friday, the president had told senior aides that he had decided to remove Mr. Bannon, according to two administration officials briefed on the discussion. But a person close to Mr. Bannon insisted that the parting of ways was his idea, and that he had submitted his r...

Trump’s Crisis Spurs Talk of White House Departures

(NEW YORK/WASHINGTON) – President Donald Trump’s turnabout on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia has rocked his administration, leading to rising speculation that some top officials may be looking for a way out. A parade of business executives broke ties with Trump on Wednesday, a day after he blamed white nationalists and counter-protesters in equal measure for the weekend clashes that left one woman dead. Now, frustrated aides could be next. Trump’s remarks have left some wondering if sticking by the president comes at too high a cost to their reputations. “A lot of us joined this administration thinking we could bring to it the experience and expertise that the president didn’t have an opportunity to gain in his business career, and to encourage some restraint in what he says pub...

‘Art Of The Deal’ Co-Author Tony Schwartz Predicts Trump’s About To Resign “Trump’s presidency is effectively over.” By Ed Mazza

220 Donald Trump’s Art of the Deal co-author Tony Schwartz is predicting that the president is getting ready to call it quits ― and that the resignation will happen soon. He wrote on Twitter Wednesday: In followup tweets in response to questions, Schwartz predicted Trump would make a deal for immunity in the Russia investigation in exchange for his resignation. “The Russia stuff will be huge,” he wrote. “He doesn’t want to go to jail.” He also urged Trump’s opponents to keep up the pressure, and he slammed the president’s elder children. Eric & Donald Trump Jr., dumber versions of their father. Ivanka Trump fake human and enabler. They all suffer from Stockholm Syndrome. — Tony Schwartz (@tonyschwartz) August 16, 2017 Schwartz has been predicting resignation as Trump’s endgame, making ...

Trump Comments on Race Open Breach With C.E.O.s, Military and G.O.P.

WASHINGTON — President Trump found himself increasingly isolated in a racial crisis of his own making on Wednesday, abandoned by the nation’s top business executives, contradicted by military leaders and shunned by Republicans outraged by his defense of white nationalist protesters in Charlottesville, Va. The breach with the business community was the most striking. Titans of American industry and finance revolted against a man they had seen as one of their own, concluding Wednesday morning they could no longer serve on two of Mr. Trump’s advisory panels. But before Stephen A. Schwarzman, the chief executive of the Blackstone Group and one of Mr. Trump’s closest business confidants, could announce a decision to disband Mr. Trump’s Strategic and Policy Forum — in a prepared statement callin...

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is taking down posts and ‘watching the situation closely’ in Charlottesville

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has weighed in on the violent protests that took place in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend, condemning neo-Nazis and promising to make Facebook “a place where everyone can feel safe.” “The last few days have been hard to process. I know a lot of us have been asking where this hate comes from,” Zuckerberg wrote Wednesday afternoon. “As a Jew, it’s something I’ve wondered much of my life. It’s a disgrace that we still need to say that neo-Nazis and white supremacists are wrong — as if this is somehow not obvious.” New ‘Steroid Alternative’ For Men to Lose Weight and Get Fit Without Going To The Gym See More Sponsored by Mens Muscle Mag Zuckerberg added that there will always be evil in the world, but that he wants to create more “balance, nuance, and depth ...

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