Trumps host Australian prime minister for rare state dinner in Rose Garden
President Trump, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and guests dined on Dover sole and summer squash as U.S. military bands fill the air with music in the green- and gold-themed Rose Garden Friday night -- only the second state dinner of the Trump White House.
New details reported on Trump-Ukraine call as Dems clash with White House on complaint
The controversy over President Trump’s mysterious call with a foreign leader that prompted a whistleblower complaint ratcheted up Friday afternoon as a new report said it involved Trump asking Ukraine numerous times in a single phone call to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden’s son.
Trump nominates wave of California judges, in fresh bid to reshape courts
President Trump nominated a slew of judges Friday to posts on California-based federal courts, ramping up efforts to reshape the judiciary after hitting a milestone earlier this month with the confirmation of the 150th federal judge on his watch.
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Trump warns Iran of ‘severe’ defeat if military conflict broke out
President Trump on Friday said he believes sanctions against Iran are working but indicated he would not hesitate to order military action if necessary, saying it would amount to a “very severe form of winning” for the United States.
Trump administration signs asylum agreement with El Salvador
The Trump administration on Friday signed an "asylum cooperative agreement" with El Salvador that would mean migrants who pass through the country need to have first sought and been denied asylum there before continuing to the U.S.
Trump slaps sanctions on Iran's national bank after Saudi attack, says Tehran is ‘broke’
President Trump announced Friday that the U.S. is slapping sanctions on Iran’s national bank, after the administration blamed Tehran for a recent attack on Saudi oil facilities -- with Trump declaring the regime “broke.”
Controversy over Trump phone call centers on Ukraine, as president decries 'partisan' complaint
The developing controversy over a mysterious phone conversation President Trump had with a foreign leader apparently centers on Ukraine, as the president and his allies fight back and claim the uproar is just another "partisan" plot against him. 
New Jersey pols apologize after using, defending anti-Semitic phrase
Three politicians from New Jersey have apologized after they used and defended the phrase “Jew ’em down” in connection to a legal settlement that the state’s capital city paid out, reports said.
Mark Sanford claims Trump’s reelection team is ‘scared’ about his primary challenge
President Trump may be up by more than 80 percentage points over his three GOP presidential primary challengers in a new Fox News poll, but the way Mark Sanford sees it, someone in Trump’s re-election team is “scared.”
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