1. Trump's Summer Vacation
Most presidents like to go out of Washington for a few weeks each summer and spend their time on President George H.V. Bush usually had to go to his family in Maine. President George W. Bush liked his ranch in Crawford, Texas, during the commander-in-chief. Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama preferred the beaches of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, located in the Atlantic Ocean south of the Cape Cod, and remembered the Kennedy clan. And President Donald Trump spends part of his summer at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. New York Times reporter Michael Shire said the president would head over there sometime this summer –
"All presidents are sensitive to leave," said Shire. "Trump has been defensive and it is clear he will not just play golf."
In fact, the president said he does not want to leave the city because "I love to work." (He spent several weekends at Bedminster or at his Mar-la-Lago Club in Florida.) "The White House did not actually say when he would leave for his summer vacation," said Shayer, "but something I think it's clear given the president's tendency to tweet anywhere and everywhere. "To be on holiday is not really so different from the time of the White House executive."
2. Summer Dialing Challenges of funds
4. Cases of Military Sexual Abuse
The Senate Armed Forces Committee will hold hearings to confirm this week for the election of Trump's Deputy Chairman
This is also an opportunity for Congress to examine more broadly how military investigate allegations of sexual assault, Demirdjian said.
5. Three Big Numbers
By CNN Chief National Correspondent John King :
For Parrot Trump, "The Team" claims to be a Democrat House Leader – Nancy Pelosi.
Three figures from Parliament over the past week more accurately portray the picture of the situation: 219, 65 and 3.
Now, 65th. voted in favor of the spending agreement. Only 65 out of 197, although the president insists on supporting the bill. And then spending mathematics: Two-thirds of the republicans from the house voted against the president's position, while more than 90% of the Democrats stick to Pelosi on the ballot. Three Republicans announced last week that they would not seek re-election in 2020. That announced the announced pension plans in the NP to five, including two of 13 Republican women serving in the House.
and all five of them are solid to quite solid areas of PP. For comparison, three dozen Republicans from home did not run for re-election in 2018 (Two House Democrats have so far announced they will not seek re-election in 2020, there were 18 democratic retirements in 2018)
as we move during the fall and we are approaching the election year. Retirement is one barometer of a party's optimism about the upcoming cycle. One Republican citizen has predicted, on the basis of preparation for early 2020, that a dozen or more members of GOP House will leave it by the end of the year.