In the aftermath of Florida school shooting, the president has had a week of activity, emotion and new positions on gun measures.
The vice president’s office promoted his trip as an effort to combat what it said was North Korea’s effort to use the Winter Games for propaganda purposes and portrayed the cancellation of the meeting as evidence his mission was a success.
In aftermath of Florida shooting, Trump and his aides have escaped questions about a series of controversies. But the mayhem could return this week in Washington.
The St. Petersburg-run effort included fake rallies, false identities and divisive slogans intended to boost Trump and undermine Clinton.
The controversy has undermined the credibility of Trump’s second chief of staff, John Kelly, as the administration seeks to focus on its agenda.
Nearly every one of the vice president’s actions during his five-day trip to Japan and South Korea this week have been aimed at combating North Korea’s shiny propaganda with gritty talk of his own.
Entering the second year of the Trump administration, the vice president is expanding his profile at home and abroad.