What’s going on behind closed doors, according to some. As Donald Trump approaches the 100-day mark of his turbulent first term, top White House officials describe an executive branch still in near-constant turmoil and riven by infighting, with staffers unable to agree on such basic protocol as whether to turn off the “motion smoothing” effect on office televisions.
Early December of last year, I dined in the bright breakfast buffet room at Stockholm's Grand Hotel for five straight mornings. There, where a narrow pathway wound though white tables and chairs gave way to a semi-circular smorgasbord of hotel-buffet standard-your scrambled eggs, bacon, pancakes-plus more high-minded selections like smoked salmon and roe, as well as some classically regional additions.
By Benjamin Hart BARRENSBURG, OH - May 21, 2017 The world recoiled in horror when President Trump launched a nuclear strike on Namibia eight days ago, reportedly provoked when he misheard President Hage Geinbob's remark "we look forward to working with you" as "you lost the popular vote by three million people" during a 47-second phone call.