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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

CBS "Face the Nation" Interview

White House Scrambling After Donald Trump Aborts Interview Over “I Don’t Stand By Anything” Wiretap Remark

When President Donald Trump told CBS News’ John Dickerson “I don’t stand by anything,” he was saying he stands by his claim that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the election, the White House translated Monday. Once again, it fell to Press Secretary Sean Spicer to try to make sense of Trump’s chaos. Asked how Americans are supposed to “digest” Trump having said he does not stand by anything when asked if he still stands by his wiretap tweets, Spicer told reporters at Monday’s press briefing, “The point is he clearly stands by that.” Hours later, TV news operations still were marveling over the remark and Trump’s abortion of the interview. During the interview, broadcast on CBS This ...

Stephen Colbert Gives Donald Trump the Interview He Truly Deserves


President Trump didn't show up at this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner, so we sadly missed out on the opportunity to see his reactions to getting roasted. But luckily for us, Stephen Colbert is here to deliver the searing burns. Near the end of his opening monologue Tuesday night, Colbert took Trump to task for bailing on an interview with CBS's Face the Nation when the questions got hard. Host John Dickerson had asked him about his claims that the Obama administration wiretapped him, and Trump abruptly ended the interview, walking back to his desk at the Oval Office. Colbert wouldn't just let that go, calling it an "insult" to Dickerson. "John Dickerson is a fair-minded journalist ...

President Trump's interview in the Oval Office: Full Transcript

cbs_news,CBS News Mon, May 1 12:28 AM EDT 
On President Donald Trump's 100th day as president, he spoke with "Face the Nation" host and Chief Washington correspondent John Dickerson in a wide-ranging interview about the changes he's made to the Oval Office, lessons he's learned, the "bigness" of the decisions he makes and where he wants to go from here. Below is a full transcript of their conversation. PART ONE JOHN DICKERSON: What about infrastructure? When is that going happen? DONALD TRUMP: We're going to do infrastructure very quickly. We've got the plan largely completed, and we'll be filing over the next two or three weeks, maybe sooner.   JOHN DICKERSON: You said you were disappointed in the Republicans in Congress. Why?   PRESIDENT ...

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