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Ivanka Trump Sat In for Her Father at the G-20 Leaders' Table

Ivanka sits in for Donald at G-20 meetingDonald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, took his seat at a Group of 20 meeting table in Hamburg, sitting in for the president when he stepped away for one-on-one meetings with world leaders.

A photo on Twitter shows Ivanka Trump sitting at her father’s place, between Chinese President Xi Jinping and British Prime Minister Theresa May. One official who was watching the session said she has taken her father’s place at the table on at least two occasions today and did not speak.


Maybe Trump and Pence should steer clear of astronomy altogether

Pence touches "DO NOT TOUCH' hardware at NASAA week ago, in a strange White House ceremony, Donald Trump signed an executive order to bring back the National Space Council. The event was odd for a variety of reasons, including the remarks the president made to wrap up the official gathering.

“This is infinity here,” Trump said. “It could be infinity. We don’t really don’t know. But it could be. It has to be something – but it could be infinity, right?”

I honestly have no idea what the president was even trying to say.


In Front Of Peña Nieto, Trump Says He ‘Absolutely’ Wants Mexico To Fund Border Wall

Pena NietoSitting directly beside Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto ahead of their bilateral meeting at the G-20 summit on Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters he still “absolutely” wants Mexico to pay for a multi-billion dollar border wall along the countries’ shared border.

The leaders addressed a group of journalists together in Hamburg, Germany, during a press conference that morning. Trump reportedly referred to Nieto as his “friend” and said the pair was making “very good progress” on discussions of transnational issues like the NAFTA negotiations.


US and Russian diplomats share conflicting accounts of Trump-Putin meeting

US and Russia meet in HamburgA bilateral meeting between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday resulted in a he said/he said dispute regarding the details of the foreign leaders' meeting.

Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov claimed Trump “accepted” Putin’s assertion that Russia did not meddle in the 2016 election. His statement is at odds with what Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said about the meeting.


Trump tweets Fox News chyron error: 'West Saved by the Blood of Patriarchs'

 Chron error retweeted by TrumpFox News made a chyron error on Thursday that is getting some mockery on social media after President Trump retweeted the video of it to his 33.4 million followers.  

"West Saved by the Blood of Patriarchs," read the Fox graphic as President Trump spoke during a speech in Poland.

Trump actually stated: "The West was saved with the blood of patriots," per a White House transcript.


Ethics Group Files Complaint Against Jared Kushner Over Not Disclosing Interest In Startup

Jared KushnerThe ethics group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington asked the Office of Government Ethics on Thursday to probe whether Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law, improperly failed to disclose his interest in a company and whether he has adequately divested from it since agreeing to serve as one of Trump’s top White House advisers.

Kushner failed to include his interest in Cadre, a real-estate tech startup, on his financial disclosure forms, The Wall Street Journal reported in May. Jamie Gorelick, Kushner’s lawyer, told the Journal at the time that the stake would be included in a revised disclosure form.


Voter fraud commission may have violated law

Trump Advisory Comm. request may be illegalPresident Trump’s voter fraud commission may have violated the law by ignoring federal requirements governing requests for information from states, several experts on the regulatory process told The Hill.

Experts say the failure to submit the request to states through the Office of Management and Budget’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) violates a 1980 law known as the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA). They also say the failure could be significant, since states could argue it means they are under no obligation to respond.


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