Donald Trump announces executive order to protect free speech at colleges

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'We're waiting for a report by people who weren't elected, ' he complained in a speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, talking about Washington's collective anxiety over when Mueller's final report will arrive at the Justice Department and how much of it the public will see.

Cohen blasted Trump during testimony he gave Wednesday to the House Oversight and Reform Committee, calling his former boss a "racist" and "conman".

A spokesperson for Williams said that he was a field representative for the Leadership Institute, a group that helps train conservative leaders. Mr. Trump also plays a central role in a separate case in NY, where prosecutors have implicated him in a crime.

Donald Trump has predicted he will win re-election in 2020 - and with a bigger a margin than in 2016.

On Friday, Vice President Mike Pence spoke at the four-day conference in National Harbor, Maryland, to warn that Democrats are taking a "hard left turn" ahead of 2020.

President Donald Trump on Saturday attacked U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller ahead of his report on alleged Russian Federation collusion by the Trump campaign in 2016 and said his political opponents were "trying to take me out with bullshit".

On top of the investigations, there's more bad news for President Trump this week. "Play hardball with the money, baby!"

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One person the United States president didn't mention in his two-hour CPAC speech was his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, who testified before several congressional committees this week where he called Trump a "con man" and "racist".

The issue of free speech on college campuses has been a key topic of discussion in recent years among young activists, particularly young conservatives who feel shunned by liberal students and professors.

Trump also went after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, essentially accusing him of being a drag on the economy.

At one point, Trump regaled the crowd with a story about a general he said was named "Raisin Caine" (it wasn't immediately clear who he was referring to).

It was his first public appearance since coming home empty-handed, and to criticism from all sides, after a nuclear-disarmament summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un.

"This phony thing", Trump said about the Russian Federation probe by Special Counsel Robert Mueller., "looks like it's dying so they don't have anything with Russian Federation there, no collusion. And we can name every one of them if we want", Trump said while touching on the topic of the construction of the U.S. -Mexico border wall to curb illegal immigration. Although both sides say they are now close to resolving the dispute Trump insisted he's "fine with it" and told his supporters: "The beauty is this". He says the unnamed man asked him what he was going to talk about today, and he said "I dunno". "These people are sick".

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