Michael A. Memoli
Michael A. Memoli worked in the Los Angeles Times’ Washington, D.C., bureau from 2010-17, where he covered the White House, the 2016 presidential campaign, and national politics based in D.C. (plus a dozen or so swing states in presidential election years). A New Jersey native, he graduated from Loyola University in Maryland.
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President Trump’s immediate family and closest advisors repeatedly have made it harder for him to dismiss questions about his campaign’s contacts with Moscow.
President Trump’s signature slogan — “America first” — has been tweaked recently by administration aides eager to show that his nationalism is not at odds with the United States’ traditional global leadership role.
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed in their first face-to-face encounter, a lengthy and amicable meeting Friday, to look beyond the controversy over Russia’s attempts to sway the 2016 U.S. campaign and “find a way to go forward.”
On the eve of his first face-to-face meeting as president with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump on Thursday declined to hold the Kremlin solely responsible for meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, insisting that others may have interfered as well.
With American-backed ground forces poised to recapture Mosul in Iraq and Raqqah in Syria, Islamic State’s de facto capitals, U.S. commanders are confident they soon will vanquish the militant group from its self-declared caliphate after three years of fighting.
What’s next after the Supreme Court cleared the way for parts of President Donald Trump’s travel ban executive order to begin taking effect?
What’s next after the Supreme Court cleared the way for parts of President Trump’s travel ban executive order to begin taking effect?
President Trump called it “bothersome” that the special counsel now overseeing the Russia probe was “good friends” with fired FBI Director James B.
For decades in his frequently public private life, Donald Trump’s flair for the dramatic was an asset.
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