President Donald Trump on Tuesday vowed to rewrite US libel law, after an explosive book portrayed him as out of his depth in the White House. "I went in and said actually what I believed, which was, 'Show me what you're doing, tell me what you want to do, let's see if this can work.' So I think that I projected to the White House an amount of honest openness". Kassam has also taken the opportunity to throw bombs on the other side of the Atlantic, defending Trump's "shithole" comment by telling Sky News London had become "a shithole" under Sadiq Khan.
United States President Donald Trump has said his administration will examine whether U.S. libel laws can be strengthened after a new book questioned his mental fitness to serve as the nation's commander in chief.
He's expressing solidarity with the defamation suit filed by his personal attorney Michael D. Cohen against BuzzFeed and Fusion GPS, the firm behind the Christopher Steele dossier. Bannon liquidated his equity stake in the operation when he left for the White House, leaving him with a greatly diminished say in the matter.
The Cabinet meeting came a day after he allowed cameras to document almost an hour of talks with Republican and Democratic lawmakers over immigration reform, a moment Mr. Trump referred to as a "good performance" on his part. This is the first time a Democrat has won a senate seat in the deeply conservative state of Alabama in 25 years. Washington, Colorado and Minnesota already restrict injured-worker payments for the surgery, officials said, but the OH policy, which went into effect January 1, goes further by embedding an opioid warning specifically into its surgical restriction.
The ACLU responded to Trump's remarks on Wednesday by saying the "threat to revise our country's libel laws is, frankly, not credible".
Trump's legal frustrations extended beyond libel law.
He has trashed the book as "fake" and its author, Michael Wolff, as "totally discredited author" and has sought to defend himself as a "very stable genius".
A White House readout released shortly before the Cabinet meeting said the president had told Moon he was open to talks with North Korea "at the appropriate time, under the right circumstances".