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The president spoke for about 90 minutes to an arena of supporters in the blue-collar city in one of the states that helped deliver Trump's 2016 victory, covering common themes about the economy, jobs, trade and the "fake news" media.

The measures have passed the Senate in four states, including California, Hawaii, Illinois and Washington state.

Historian Ron Chernow says presidents have always had differences with the press, but "they don't need to be steeped in venom".

"I think, Pocahontas, she's finished, she's out, she's gone", he said as well, using his preferred nickname for Warren. Trump has refused the association's invitation again, a break from past practice by the president.

President Donald Trump is giving a rare shout-out to spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders during a triumphant rally in battleground Wisconsin. He said he was not able to release his returns because they were being audited by the Internal Revenue Service.

Trump continued: "Turned out to be a total lie". The president deflected the issue.

"There were no crimes by me (No Collusion, No Obstruction), so you can't impeach".

Two wanted suspects arrested in connection with Sri Lanka blasts
He is allegedly one of the two suicide bombers who caused the blasts at the Shangri-La hotel in the Sri Lankan capital Colombo . The militants were targeting five locations for attacks on Sunday or Monday, security sources said.

Republicans call the ballot qualification bills a stunt.

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, a Democrat, has said the state is renegotiating the deal as Foxconn has shifted its production plans.

President Donald Trump cheered the thriving USA economy and criticized his Democratic presidential opponents Saturday night as he rallied supporters with familiar themes.

Yates, a career federal prosecutor who rose to acting attorney general before Trump fired her in 2017 less than two weeks into his presidency, told NBC's "Meet the Press" the Republican president was shielded by department guidelines that a sitting president should not be indicted. The dinner has typically featured a comedian cracking jokes at the expense of the president, who has also usually offered up his own roast of other politicians and the media. Trump said Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who visited the White House on Friday to discuss trade, agreed to put "US$40 billion into the United States for new auto factories".

"The Constitution has spoken to that", said Andrew McCarthy of the National Review Institute and a Fox News contributor.

Dan Springer joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in August 2001 as a Seattle-based correspondent.