Trump lets NRA, GOP take the lead on 'bump stock' restrictions

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Cotton met Trump at the White House on Thursday to make his case, and the president was expected to meet military leaders later in the day.

Of course, given that Trump today stole contraception coverage from likely millions of women, and stole civil rights protections from LGBT people by prioritizing religious rights, some might call that the storm too.

"You guys know what this represents?"

"Frankly, those are the issues most Americans care about; not a lot of the things that you cover, not a lot of the petty palace intrigue that you spend your time on", she said to Acosta.

"We're gonna continue doing that - we're gonna continue doing that as a team with the president leading that effort".

When she asked about the significance of the word "nasty" on the shirt, the mayor simply replied that it was a reference to the President Trump referring to her as a "nasty mayor".

Injured Smith ruled out of India T20Is
Paceman Jason Behrendorff will make his long-awaited global debut in Australia's T20 against India in Ranchi tonight. If he is absent for the match with India , vice-captain David Warner is likely to deputise in the skipper's role.

"I would certainly trust the president and my comments far above those of other reporters", Sanders said at Friday's press briefing.

Asked if the comment was in reference to any specific country, Sanders added: "I believe it was just a general comment. I'm not aware of anything specific that was in reference to". "He's been very clear that that's his number one priority, and if he feels action is necessary, he will take it". "Apparently this allows you to take a semiautomatic and turn it into a fully automatic so clearly that's something we need to look into".

At the Thursday meeting, Trump reiterated his administration's opposition to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying the USA would not "allow this dictatorship to threaten our nation or allies with unimaginable loss of life".

Trump will decertify the Iran nuclear pact next week, declaring it is not in the national interest, but let Congress decide whether to actually walk away from it.

He also pledged to "do what we must do to prevent that from happening and it will be done, if necessary".