Donald Trump's North Korea aggression a betrayal of promises — Danielle McLaughlin

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Trump may have turned down the presidential salary, but he and his family are on pace to spend hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer funds on their lavish lifestyle.

"One more question", read the sign held aloft by Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

On three separate attempts in late July, McConnell fell short of the 50 GOP votes he needed to pass legislation scrapping Obama's law. Diplomats who leave Russia, meanwhile, will likely be sent to other posts, sources told the news outlet.

He made lots of news, as he always does. A way that requires the restraint Trump promised to Americans. His claim of the credit is entirely unwarranted. New United Nations sanctions condemning the North's rapidly developing nuclear program drew fresh ire and threats from Pyongyang. The margin of sampling error for all respondents is plus or minus 3 percentage points.

"When you get close to the point of a fight, the one who is stronger and wiser should be the first to step back from the brink", Lavrov said Friday.

President Donald Trump says his critics are only complaining about his tough rhetoric on North Korea "because it's me". "If it doesn't do that, it's hot air", said Dr. Andrew Unger, neonatologist at Sacred Heart Hospital.

"The tone and strength of the message were discussed beforehand", Sanders said, adding that the words Trump used "were his own".

On Capitol Hill, a number of Republicans have been grumbling about life under President Trump.

He hadn't been subjected to that level of interrogation since a freewheeling East Room news conference a month into his presidency.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel declined to say whether Germany would stand with the U.S.in case of a military conflict with North Korea.

Mr Trump also went to great lengths to criticise his predecessor for 1) playing golf and 2) taking downtime. And on North Korea, Trump has offered little more than dangerous bluster.

Instead of getting a president to lead the country, the United States has a freeloader in chief that is making hard working Americans pick up the tab for his do nothing presidency.

"We will fight this deadly epidemic, and we will win", said President Donald Trump. US Vice President Mike Pence has said no such talks are being considered.

The opioid epidemic is a major public health crisis, devastating communities across the country.

Russia's foreign minister says the risk of a military conflict between the U.S. and North Korea is "very high".

CHRIST: So we did a survey, and 4 out of 10 people surveyed actually had a loved one or a friend that was addicted to painkillers or opioids. They weren't authorized to discuss the confidential exchanges and spoke on condition of anonymity.

That, as the president approaches 200 days in office with a new CNN poll showing his approval is at 38 per cent. Is he a person you admire?

The North has also been preparing for ground war for decades, and would be a formidable force on the border.

In off-the-cuff remarks Tuesday, Trump appeared to suggest the possibility of nuclear war.

"I don't see it peaking for another year or two".

Merkel called on the U.N. Security Council to continue to address the issue. Taylor says although the emergency declaration was welcome, Palm Beach County and the rest of the state still don't have enough publicly funded beds available to treat people with opioid addictions.

She added: "I think escalating the rhetoric is the wrong answer".

"It is what it is", Trump shrugged.

Trump tweeted: "Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely".

The president's vocal displeasure with the investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller will not result in Mueller's firing, he said. North Korea crossed the president's red line within hours, threatening Guam. If carried out, it would be its most provocative missile launch to date.

Trump said this week the U.S. would unleash "fire and fury" on North Korea if it continued to threaten the U.S.

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