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Donald Trump embarked on his first international trip with his wife Melania, 47, and his daughter Ivanka, 35 - two women who have ascended to the White House after very different lives.
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Reporters were kept at bay for most of the day and were not around for the interaction that was not on Trump's official schedule. This photo was provided by the UK government.
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WATCH TONIGHT ON PBS: Aya Hijazi, an Egyptian-American aid worker who spent three years in an Egyptian jail, talks to Judy Woodruff for her first interview since her release last month. Hijazi recounts a surprising conversation with President Trump about who was responsible for her arrest – the Muslim Brotherhood group or Egyptian President el-Sisi’s regime– at the White House shortly after her return to the U.S. Find a clean version of this video for media use here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drG4nR3QbAc&feature=youtu.be
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Bernie is tired of Republicans constantly lying about their budget. Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, and Amberia Allen, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://www.tytnetwork.com/join "Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and White House budget chief Mick Mulvaney clashed Thursday over President Trump’s budget proposal, interrupting each other and raising their voices in a Senate Budget Committee hearing. Sanders kicked off the hearing by charging that the budget’s repeal of the estate tax would give massive breaks to the country’s wealthiest families — including President Trump's family, which he estimated would save $4 billion, and the Walton family of Walmart fame, which he said would save $52 billion. Sanders asked Mulvaney to explain why America’s richest family needs a $52 billion tax break, while people who rely on programs such as Meals on Wheels and Medicaid would be left out in the cold under Trump's budget.
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Earlier this week, news started circulating that President Trumps proposed budget was based on a math error, a very large one, too. It turns out that the entire budget is based on a $2 trillion math error, said Stephen Colbert on Wednesday nights episode of The Late Show . While theoretically the budget is meant to boost economic growth enough to pay for $2 trillion in spending within 10 years, critics say it contained an accounting error that adds up to a $2 trillion oversight . Colbert had an idea about the source of the questionable computing. There is a simple explanation for how this happened: Donald Trump is an idiot, Colbert quipped, adding another possibility into the mix: Or, hes lying. While White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney stands by the numbers in the budget, saying during a press briefing, that the double counting was done on purpose because you don't want to make too many assumptions.
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Earlier this week, news started circulating that President Trumps proposed budget was based on a math error, a very large one, too. It turns out that the entire budget is based on a $2 trillion math error, said Stephen Colbert on Wednesday nights episode of The Late Show . While theoretically the budget is meant to boost economic growth enough to pay for $2 trillion in spending within 10 years, critics say it contained an accounting error that adds up to a $2 trillion oversight . Colbert had an idea about the source of the questionable computing. There is a simple explanation for how this happened: Donald Trump is an idiot, Colbert quipped, adding another possibility into the mix: Or, hes lying. While White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney stands by the numbers in the budget, saying during a press briefing, that the double counting was done on purpose because you don't want to make too many assumptions.
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