At a press conference February 16, Trump insisted there was "zero chaos" in the White House and maintained the administration "is running like a fine-tuned machine". His reception and their joint press conference was warm and friendly - and stood in stark contrast to the last eight years under the Obama administration.
"To be honest, I inherited a mess".
Though a Kremlin spokesman has denied that Russian Federation regularly communicated with Trump's campaign, the White House has not denied it this week. And on it goes: a meeting with Mexico fell apart amid sharp words; a raid in Yemen went tragically wrong, and the president insisted terrorism is running so out of control, saying, "It's gotten to the point where it's not even being reported". "Low pay, low wages". However, what we are concerned about, and what we haven't really heard being addressed, is an uptick in anti-Semitism and how the government is planning to take care of it.
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"And I hope going forward, we can be a little bit different and maybe get along a little better if that's possible".
That would then justify his criticism of the judge, who had no business adjudicating an issue that is a matter for the president to decide, especially when he does not have access to the intelligence that factored into Trump's order. It's going to be a wall negotiated by me. "And that just wasn't acceptable to me".
We had Hillary Clinton try and do a reset.
"It's being run by the campaign", Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, said on Wednesday, without elaborating.
Trump said that while he is appealing the ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on his executive order pausing immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, he will sign a new executive order to protect the United States next week.
"I will not back down from defending our country". "I got elected on defense of our country".
During the campaign the new president promised that he would blow up Washington with confusion and now people are watching it happen every day. "It's very important to me, especially in this position", he said. "I won!" he exclaimed, as if good coverage was one of the perks of the job.