“Lacks even basic diplomatic skills”
“Please show more respect”
“An insult to the royal house”
“A spoiled child”
“Trump lives on another planet”
Trump’s Denmark-trip cancellation is embarrassing for Americans, confounding for Danes
Surprising no one, Trump’s brief re-flirtation with gun reform is over
An exit poll found that 79% of Jews voted Democratic in the midterms
It’s nice to have a coordinated message
Corporations are undermining the White House’s battle for more car pollution
The White House, blindsided by a pact between California and four automakers to oppose President Trump’s auto emissions rollbacks, has mounted an effort to prevent any more companies from joining the other side.
Toyota, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors were all summoned by a senior Trump adviser to a White House meeting last month where he pressed them to stand by the president’s own initiative, according to four people familiar with the talks.
But even as the White House was working to do this, it was losing ground. Yet another company, Mercedes-Benz, is preparing to join the four automakers already in the California agreement — Honda, Ford, Volkswagen and BMW — according to two people familiar with the German company’s plans.
More turmoil at the NRA
Joe Biden’s brain surgeon defends Joe Biden’s brain