Also: An eye on TV ratings and federal shutdown watch.
President Trump on April 20 said Canada’s trade practices on dairy, lumber, and energy are unfair to the United States. “We’re going to have to get to the negotiating table with Canada very, very quickly,” Trump said.
The president said he may be willing to wait until September to begin funding construction.
If he continues to worry largely about his base, polling suggests he'll do just fine.
We have not heard the last of the deposed King of Cable News
Jeff Bartos's campaign in Pa. has mixed up Washington with a much, much larger city.
As Democrats try for an anti-Trump wave in next year’s midterm elections, break-the-mold Republican Will Hurd fights to hold a vast, politically treacherous district along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Case would have a direct bearing on the planned execution of 2 men in Arkansas.
President Trump is talking up a "big announcement" on tax reform slated for April 26, after months of pledging to make drastic changes to the tax code. The Post's Damian Paletta explains why tax reform is so complicated.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer on April 24 announced that the White House will host a meeting on North Korea for all senators.
Some lawmakers wondered if President Trump intends to use the highly sensitive meeting as a photo op ahead of his 100-day mark.
At a lunch with ambassadors from countries on the United Nations Security Council, President Trump joked that if the folks at the table didn't like U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley "she can easily be replaced."
Nikki Haley has been an outspoken U.N. ambassador, but she says Trump is fine with that.