A report by the Southern Poverty Law Center seeks to illustrate how Mr. Miller brought anti-immigrant beliefs to the White House and turned them into policy.
Katie RogersWoman who leaked emails to SPLC said: “Miller is the most prominent architect of immigration policy within the White House & it’s easy to draw a clear line from the white supremacist websites where he is getting his ideas to current immigration policy.”
The president’s visit to the University of Alabama, in the thick of an impeachment inquiry, was not without the usual controversy over whether he’d be booed or not.
Katie RogersThird time’s the charm for Trump in Alabama as the national preoccupation over him getting applauded or booed in public continues. By me
Katie RogersPOTUS visit to Alabama today was no accident. Several allies saw a visit to deep-red territory as a way for him to elicit a more unequivocal show of support during a period that has kept the White House in a defensive crouch. And that’s what he got.
The city’s schools, stretched even before the lead crisis, are struggling with demands for individualized education programs and behavioral interventions for children with high lead exposure.
Katie RogersThis is really sick. "We have a school district where all that’s left are damaged kids who are being exposed to other damaged kids, and it’s causing more damage." nyti.ms/32mbKRH Vital reporting from @ericaLG
No Republicans and only two Democrats broke ranks, a sign that the inquiry is likely to remain a highly partisan affair.
Katie Rogers“The mostly party-line vote threatened to undermine public confidence in the proceedings, making it easier for voters to dismiss it as yet another skirmish in an endless partisan war, rather than a weighty constitutional process.” nytimes.com/2019/10/31/us/… via @hillhulse
The campaign wants to retain supporters and find new ones as the president rages against impeachment. High-profile campaign officials like the president’s daughter-in-law are leading the effort.
Katie RogersNEW - More than half of the officials on the Trump re-election campaign are women, and they are fixated on appealing to a “hidden voter” who can clinch the vote for him in 2020. @maggieNYT spent a long time looking at what, exactly, that means.
Katie RogersDemocratic pollsters say “hidden” women voters exist. But they also say the Trump campaign faces an uphill battle to reach them. “He may be raising buckets of money,” one observed, “but he’s going to need it to win women back.” Me & @maggienyt
Katie Rogers"The woman the Trump campaign is likeliest to appeal to is white, without a college degree, married and likely to vote the way her husband does on Election Day. She is also likely to hang up on pollsters."
The acting White House chief of staff admitted he did not have a “perfect press conference,” but said the administration did not tie military aid to investigating Democrats.
Katie Rogers“At the end of the day, he still considers himself to be in the hospitality business.” Mulvaney said Trump “wanted to put on the absolute best show, the best visit, that he possibly could, and he was very comfortable doing it at Doral.” nytimes.com/2019/10/20/us/… @ESCochrane
White House officials would consider another site, the president said, suggesting Camp David was a possibility.
Katie RogersAfter talking about it for months, Trump scraps DORAL for G7 site after two days of heavy criticism. Says Camp David, which was last US site and used by President Obama, is now under consideration.
Katie RogersMORE from me & @EricLiptonNYT: Local officials in Doral weren’t notified of the cancelation — or the original choice, for that matter. And a former G7 sherpa for Bush says the choice of Doral would’ve posed ethical problems for visiting leaders.