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Ivanka Trump Forced To Defend Father Donald At Women's Summit

Ivanka Trump Forced To Defend Father Donald At Women's Summit

And she was grilled hard on her relationship with her dad. She said she was "humbled" to be among such leaders and would be "listening and learning" to take advice back to the President. "Given the unique role that you are playing with President Trump", Wertheimer writes, "there is no way for the public to know which policy matters you are discussing with the President and how they relate to your family business holdings".



EPA Chief Visits East Chicago Amid Fears Agency Is Leaving Region

Trump administration's proposed budget for fiscal year 2018 would cut EPA funding 31 percent, the biggest planned cut for any federal agency. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is expected to tour the complex with Indiana's top elected officials.


Top Trump officials warn of fresh North Korea pressure

Top Trump officials warn of fresh North Korea pressure

In an economic retaliation to the move, China has imposed a host of measures against South Korea, including a ban on tour groups which came into effect on March 15. "It is self-evident that the U.S. administration is taking the North Korea issue as a very realistic threat". Senators were briefed earlier on Pyongyang by top Trump administration officials.



North Korea conducts live-fire artillery drills

South Korea's envoy, Kim Hong-kyun, said they had also discussed how to get Russia's help to press North Korea. The US and North Korea both showed off their military prowess on Tuesday as nations in the region stepped up diplomatic talks to defuse a brewing crisis over Kim Jong Un's nuclear programme.


Ivanka Trump booed at W20 Summit while defending her father's policies

Ivanka Trump booed at W20 Summit while defending her father's policies

Ivanka Trump was put on the spot over her father's statements while participating in a panel discussion at the W20 Women's entrepreneurship summit in Berlin, Tuesday. She then explained her life in a household in which she said held "no barriers to what I could accomplish beyond my own perseverance and tenacity". The panel moderator, a finance journalist, interjected, saying: "Some attitudes toward women your father has publicly displayed.



Donald Trump unveils tax cut plan, faces cautious welcome

He says it's because his taxes are being audited by the IRS. The tax was very successful since it paid for one-quarter of the North's Civil War expenses. From the details released so far, Maya MacGuineas, who heads the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB), said the plan could add $3 trillion to more than $5 trillion to the federal deficit over five years.