Analysis: Trump used this phrase five times to answer one question

On Wednesday night at a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago, Bloomberg's Jennifer Jacobs asked President Donald Trump a simple question: Had he decided, in light of recent events, that it no longer was advantageous for him to sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller?

President decided to abandon plans for more Russia sanctions

President Donald Trump personally made the decision to abandon plans to impose more sanctions on Russia for supporting Syria's chemical weapons attack on civilians, according to three senior administration officials and a source familiar with the discussions.

Haley's retort shows she's unique in this White House

Public humiliation is a rite of passage for many top officials in the Trump administration. But when it was Nikki Haley's turn this week, she fought back, defending herself in a way that reflects her unique status in the Trump administration.

Meet the men who shared cigars with Michael Cohen

CNN's Cristina Alesci looks into the past dealings of Micahel Cohen's associates.

Former Trump attorney warns Trump about Cohen

CNN's Gloria Borger reports former Trump attorney, Jay Goldberg, called the President to warn him that Michael Cohen could turn on him.

Coachella 2018: Why all music festival-goers look the same

Last weekend, Coachella, the internationally renowned festival, opened in Indio, California. It's here in the desert that, for the last 19 years, the world's most celebrated musicians have taken to the stage, but also where summer fashion trends are perpetuated.

Anderson Cooper: Trump rewriting history

CNN's Anderson Cooper compares President Donald Trump's past comments to his most recent tweets about former FBI Director James Comey.

'No Confusion Nikki' takes media by storm

Nikki Haley's "I don't get confused" retort becomes the phrase of the moment. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Babies are now allowed on the Senate floor

In a rare move, the Senate on Wednesday night voted to change longstanding rules to allow newborns -- for the first time -- onto the Senate floor during votes.

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