Trump returned to the White House on Sunday shortly before CBS' "60 Minutes" aired its interview with porn actress Stormy Daniels, who says the married Trump had sex with her in his Lake Tahoe hotel room in 2006. I build. I was always very good at building. "These workers represent the hardworking Americans across the country who will participate in the rebuilding of our nation's infrastructure, sparked from the President's vision, and it will definitely be worth tuning in to see the President lay out that vision".
Trump's plan calls for heavy investments by state and local governments for most of the infrastructure spending.
When author and retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters, a long time FoxNews commentator, escapes from that network shouting at the top of his lungs that Fox TV has morphed from a legitimate conservative alternative to CNN and MSNBC into simply a 24-7 propaganda arm of the Trump administration, it's time for all of us all to take heed.
Trump also touted job creation, falling unemployment claims his steel and aluminum tariffs and progress in North Korea in his spirited remarks, the first for the president after a relatively quiet week on his part. We can't lose that by getting hurt in the midterms.
Trump unveiled the sweeping infrastructure proposal in February and cast it as one that could garner bipartisan support. "You look at that, nobody comes through", Trump said.
Trump's personal attorney and White House aides have denied the affair, but Trump has not commented himself on the allegations. He talked about defeating Islamic State terrorists, renegotiating trade deals, investing in the military, nominating conservative judges and cracking down on illegal immigration.
This week, Trump said, his administration "secured a wonderful (trade) deal" with South Korea.
The two men and other Pecker associates chatted with the president in the Oval Office and briefly met with Mr. Trump's son-in-law and Middle East envoy, Jared Kushner.
President Donald Trump points to outgoing White House Communications Director Hope Hicks on her last day before he boards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Thursday. I know more than he ever will.