U.S. President Donald Trump dissolves the voter fraud commission noting the cost to the public of litigating against lawsuits from states objecting to the voter information requested.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday shut down a presidential commission charged with looking into allegations of electoral fraud during the 2016 election, after many states refused to provide it with data, the White House said.
Steve Bannon steps down as executive chairman of Breitbart News amid a dispute with U.S. President Donald Trump over comments he made about the Trump family in Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury". 2018-01-9 (Context: Donald Trump, U.S. President)
U.S. President Donald Trump responds to Kim Jong-un's claim of having North Korea's nuclear missile launch button on his desk, boasting that the size of the nuclear missile launch button on his own desk is larger and more powerful than Kim's. 2018-01-2 (Context: Donald Trump, U.S. President)
U.S. President Donald Trump recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and says the U.S. starts the process of moving its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The United States Department of State issues an internal travel warning to Israel, Jerusalem and the West Bank until December 20. The U.S. embassy in Amman temporarily suspends routine public services and stops embassy travel around Jordan. Embassies in Berlin and London issue vigilance warnings to U.S. citizens. 2017-12-6 (Context: Donald Trump, U.S. President)
Palestine recalls their envoy to the United States for "consultations," following President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas says they will not accept any U.S. peace plan in the wake of Trump's move. 2017-12-31 (Context: Donald Trump, U.S. President)
President Donald Trump signs the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 into law. 2017-12-22 (Context: Donald Trump, U.S. President)
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