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The Daily BeastJun 26, 2019
Trump Sees Dire Migrant Detention Conditions as Messaging Problem
Brynn Anderson/APAs news broke on the reportedly horrific conditions at a Texas detention center holding migrant children, President Trump did what he normally does in times of crisis and public relations hellscapes: He monitored the media and political reactions via his White House TV and the DVR device he dubs his "super TiVo."

And in the days since the treatment of small children at this detention facility became major national news, the president wanted to make one thing clear to his subordinates, though his focus was not at all about ameliorating appalling conditions. Trump has repeatedly told advisers and senior aides that, no matter how great the public outrage toward his administration, his lieutenants were to stick to a simple strategy of blaming Democrats and Trump's predecessor Barack Obama, according to two people with knowledge of the exchanges.

In the end for Trump, the dire situation was a mere messaging problem.

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Fox PoliticsJun 26, 2019
Weld holds out hope for debate with Trump, quips he could challenge Alec Baldwin
As the Democratic White House hopefuls kick off their first round of presidential primary debates, the sole Republican who's launched a long-shot primary challenge against GOP President Donald Trump remains optimistic he may eventually face Trump on the debate stage.

CNN PoliticsJun 26, 2019
House panel weigh's Kellyanne Conway's Hatch Act violations, whether to subpoena her testimony
The House Oversight Committee is expected to vote as soon as Wednesday to subpoena testimony from White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway after a federal agency said earlier this month that she should be fired for repeatedly violating a law that limits the political activities of federal employees.

Huffington Post PoliticsJun 25, 2019
House Approves $4.5 Billion Emergency Border Aid Bill To Address Humanitarian Crisis
The bill's future is uncertain, however, with the White House and GOP lawmakers opposing its restrictions calling for more humane treatment of migrant children.

Reuters PoliticsJun 25, 2019
Trump threatens 'obliteration,' Iran calls White House 'mentally retarded'
U.S. President Donald Trump threatened on Tuesday to obliterate parts of Iran if it attacked "anything American," in a new war of words with Iran which condemned fresh U.S. sanctions on Tehran as "mentally retarded."

New York Times PoliticsJun 25, 2019
Trump Names Stephanie Grisham, Aide to First Lady, as Sarah Sanders's Successor
Ms. Grisham joined the Trump campaign in 2015 and is one of the last remaining aides from Mr. Trump's campaign still serving in the White House.

Drudge ReportJun 25, 2019
President tiring of Mulvaney?

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Yahoo PoliticsJun 25, 2019
Melania Trump's defender Stephanie Grisham to replace Sanders as WH press secretary
Stephanie Grisham, who has been first lady Melania Trump's spokesperson since March 2017, will be the next White House press secretary, replacing Sarah Sanders.

Stephanie Grisham, Melania Trump's spokeswoman, named White House press secretary: What to know (Fox Politics)
Longtime Trump aide Stephanie Grisham will succeed Sanders as press secretary (Reuters Politics)

CNN PoliticsJun 25, 2019
Kushner says peace deal is needed for Palestinian economic plan to succeed
Pitching his $50 billion proposal to revitalize the Palestinian economy, senior White House adviser Jared Kushner argued Tuesday that his economic proposal will only succeed if there is a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

CNN PoliticsJun 25, 2019
House to vote on border aid amid White House veto threat and Democratic infighting
The House of Representatives is expected to vote Tuesday on legislation to approve roughly $4.5 billion in aid for the growing crisis at the US southern border -- a vote that will come amid Democratic infighting over the package and a White House veto threat.
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