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CNN

Trump to continue call for arming some teachers in CPAC speech
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It's his second appearance as President at the Conservative Political Action Conference, held just outside Washington in Maryland. His speech at CPAC last year was a blistering and dark diatribe that cemented the notion that Trump would not adhere to ...
Trump Addresses CPAC, Calling Again To Arm Some School PersonnelNPR
Trump addresses CPAC for second timeNew York Post

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New York Times

Trump Suggests Teachers Get a 'Bit of a Bonus' to Carry Guns
New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Thursday enthusiastically embraced a National Rifle Association position to arm highly trained teachers to fortify schools against mass shootings like the one last week. Mr. Trump, who said the armed teachers should ...
What Does Trump Actually Think About Gun Control?The Atlantic
Allies urge Trump to not go further on gun control measuresCNN
Trump Appears To Read From The NRA's Script Hours After The Gun Lobby Chief's SpeechNPR
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CNN

Trump: Parkland deputy 'didn't have the courage'
CNN
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump said Friday that the armed school resource officer who stayed outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as last week's shooting unfolded did a "poor job." "When it came time to get in there and do something ...

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CNN

Trump to announce new North Korea sanctions
CNN
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump is expected to announce Friday that the Treasury Department will impose new sanctions against North Korea. The sanctions, to be announced at the Conservative Political Action Conference, pertain to vessels and ...
Trump will unveil 'largest-ever' new sanctions against North KoreaCNBC
Trump administration to announce new sanctions on North KoreaUSA TODAY
Trump speaks at CPAC -- live blogFox News
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BBC News

Trump: Florida school officer 'didn't have the courage'
BBC News
An armed officer who stood outside a Florida school where a gunman killed 17 people last week "certainly did a poor job", the US president has said. Deputy Scot Peterson resigned after an investigation found he failed to confront the suspect. President ...
Trump's compromises on guns, explainedVox
Trump's awful plan to arm teachers is straight from the NRA playbookUSA TODAY

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NPR

Coal Jobs Have Gone Up Under Trump, But Not Because Of His Policies
NPR
President Trump made coal jobs a core of his presidential campaign, repeatedly vowing to bring back "beautiful" coal despite the industry's decades-long decline. And in pockets of the U.S. during Trump's first year in office, it may well have felt like ...

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Daily Beast

This Is the Law That Could Take Down Trump
Daily Beast
That's because the law is generally wielded against public officials. Problem: Mueller is investigating conduct before Trump became one. Enter Waxman. He points out that in 1962, Congress extended the bribery law to cover activity prior to the ...
Rick Gates, Trump Campaign Aide, to Plead Guilty in Mueller Inquiry and CooperateNew York Times
Trump's Lawyer Uses Radio Show to Chip Away at Mueller ProbeBloomberg
Trump-Russia: New charges for Paul Manafort and Rick GatesBBC News

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New York Times

Ivanka Trump, in South Korea, Calls for Pressure on the North
New York Times
SEOUL, South Korea — Ivanka Trump channeled her father's call for “maximum pressure” on North Korea on Friday, as she started a highly anticipated trip to South Korea, two weeks after the North's leader sent his sister here on a mission seen as an ...
Ivanka Trump Meets South Korean LeaderWall Street Journal
Ivanka Trump, US charmer-in-chief, touches down in South KoreaCNN
Ivanka Trump Faces Backlash Over Olympic Closing Ceremony GigHuffPost
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Washington Post

After outcry, Trump Jr.'s foreign affairs speech changed to 'Fireside Chat'
Washington Post
NEW DELHI — Donald Trump Jr. backed off a planned speech on regional affairs Friday, opting instead for a cozy “fireside chat” on pressures of work and family amid questions over possible conflicts on a trip to promote Trump properties. Trump Jr ...
Donald Trump Jr. Retreats From Foreign Policy on India TripNew York Times

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NPR

Trump Trade Action Could Boost Steel And Aluminum Makers, Hurt Other Industries
NPR
As the Trump administration sees it, U.S. steel and aluminum industries are in crisis, rapidly losing ground to foreign competitors and hemorrhaging jobs along the way. But proposed import tariffs and quotas have other manufacturers worried that they ...

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