The Obama administration had stopped the Keystone XL pipeline in 2015, and the Army Corps of Engineers stopped construction of the Dakota Access pipeline late last year
The president has had a “long-standing belief” that widespread voter fraud took place in 2016, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said, citing only a widely debunked study and unnamed “studies and evidence”
Press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that President Trump believes as many as five million people voted illegally based on evidence he was given. The White House has not produced any evidence. Margaret Brennan reports.
CBS News political director and “Face The Nation” moderator John Dickerson weighs in on President Trump’s propensity to exaggerate and his claims that millions of illegal votes without evidence.
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Former CIA chief and Defense Secretary Robert Gates gives his take on President Trump’s first few days in offices.
Trump resigned from his namesake company and more than 400 related entities on Jan. 19, documents provided to NBC News show.