The president tried to clarify his news conference comments, but the controversy continued. Hear the "Playing Politics" analysis from WCCO Radio's Chad Hartman and the Star Tribune Editorial Board's John Rash and Lori Sturdevant.
A new dialogue on this topic could garner support from America's otherwise challenged allies and friends in Europe — and across party lines in Congress.
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Theresa May's plan is falling apart, and Britain's economy could be next.
Yes, Trump could act.
Trump has really gone and done it this time. But people have thought that before. But, really, we are on notice. But it's not like he's going to be impeached.
The changes reflect a strategy deployed in several parts of the state to reduce right-angle crashes on multilane highways. But the intersections really don't feel safer.
Siding with Russian autocrat who attacked America disgraces the nation.
Anyone who seriously thinks that Trump's priority should have been to lambaste Putin and Russia for espionage activities is painfully naive.
It was as if President Franklin Roosevelt had said after Pearl Harbor: "Hey, both sides are to blame."