President Tramp Donald John Trump The Justice Department is preparing for the Müller report as early as next week: Smolet's lawyers announce the star of the Innocent Pelosi invites members to support the resolution against the Statement of Emergency MORE one of the most difficult parts of his presidency, has a chance to win some positive titles and build some new impetus in the coming weeks on foreign policy.
Trump is about to meet North Korean leader Kim Chen Wong next week for one of the high ratings of his time so far, his historic meeting with Kim in Singapore last June. Separately, Trump faces a deadline of March 1
On another frontier, Trump urges the Venezuelan government to end its embargo on western aid by entering the country, allowing the White House to be transgressed on the world stage.
Changing the News Cycle Welcome to Trump, which began the year with a lengthy partial closure of the government that delayed his address to the Union and sank into his approval.
A week ago, he ended up fighting an emergency border declaration that looked like a political retreat and divided the members of his own party. Trump won only a small fraction of the money he had sought from Congress for his border wall, which made him declare an emergency situation to get more money. This struggle is now directed to the courts.
While Trump can be brought in by Congress and, in particular, from the House of Democrats, he has more freedom to pursue his program abroad – starting with the second Kim Summit in Hanoi on 27 and 28 February. TRUMP predicts confidence in the meeting without specifying specific expectations by declaring to be a negotiating success, just like last year after the Singapore Summit with a few specific engagements.
"We will meet President Kim for two days and I think we will do a lot," Trump told reporters on Wednesday during a meeting with the Austrian Chancellor. "We started with a very good meeting and I think we will continue with this. I do not think this will be the last meeting in any case, but I think the relationship is very strong. "
A day earlier, Trump told reporters that his ultimate goal was a nuclear nuclear attack on the Korean Peninsula. , but he is "not in a hurry" for that to happen.
Daril Kimball, the executive director of the Arms Control Association, said Trump will have to come out of next week's meeting with a more tangible road map
"The window of opportunity to achieve a diplomatic agreement to stop and reverse North Korean missile programs will not last forever, "he said. "This summit may be the last best opportunity for Trump to put both sides on the right track."
While Trump's goal of removing the nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula was formed in the middle of his first term.
The US and China must reach an overall trade agreement by March 1, before Chinese import tariffs increase from 10 to 25 percent. But there is much to be done for a little while, especially given Trump's insistence to meet with Chinese President Si Jingping before signing the treaty.
In recent weeks, Trump remains positive with regard to the prospects for a final settlement, the President also expressed a willingness to continue the talks, saying on Tuesday that the deadline of March 1 was "not a magical date."
The deal would open one of the key promises for Trump's campaign and boost confidence in the economy that could help him emerge in the 2020 elections, said Stephen Moore, the unofficial economic advisor to the president and senior Heritage Foundation Associate.
"I think that trade negotiations in China are all that he has pledged for his presidency," said Moore, who is Hill's associate.
that he has to make this deal, "Moore added. "If he does, I think he's free."
While he has to wait and see China and North Korea, Trump has already won two-party praise for his position in Venezuela, where he recognizes the opposition. Juan Guido as the legitimate leader of the country and pressed Nicholas Maduro to withdraw
Trump condemned socialism and warned Maduro to stick to power in a speech in Miami on Monday
Peaceful transition of power but all opportunities are open, "Trump said.
It is unclear how or when food and medicine supplies cross the Venezuelan border against the backdrop of the blockade created by Maduro, but Trump's firm stance has won supporters at home and abroad.
Colombian President Ivan Duke praised the coalition that supported Guaydo in Venezuela and promised his country would receive humanitarian aid from the United States and other countries bound to Venezuela.
"We want to work together to put an end to the brutal dictatorship that affects the Venezuelan people," he said during a visit to the White House last week, "I am very happy that the diplomatic blockade is working as before, and I think the days for this dictatorship will end. "