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Timeline of #RealFacts during the Trump Administration #FactCheckertimeline

In retrospect, much of the detail and context may be lost as we struggle to make sense of what is happening within the Trump Administration and its impact on America and the rest of the world.  Under the current cascade of political events my aim is to establish a clear, concise and orderly timeline record.  Corrections and additions citing reputable sources are much appreciated.

26 May

  • Speaking at a conference in Houston, former Republican House Speaker John Boehner says describesTrump’s time in office so far as a “complete disaster.” (AP)
  • Following his first trip abroad, German newspaper Der Spiegel describes Trump as “unfit to be president of the United States. He does not possess the requisite intellect and does not understand the significance of the office he holds nor the tasks associated with it.” (Der Spiegel)

25 May

  • Appeals court refuses to lift bar against Trump’s Muslim Ban in 10-3 ruling issuing 205 page opinion describing “context drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination.” (NYTimes)
  • Trump shoves Montenegro PM out of the way to be in front of photo op as he attends first NATO meeting.  (AP)
  • Trump son-in-law and top WH adviser Jared Kushner now ‘person of interest’ in FBI for Russian election meddling. (WPost)
  • Montana Republican Gianforte wins Senate special election despite assault charge. (Reuters)
  • Bipartisan Senators introduce legislation to block Trump arms deal to Saudi Arabia. (Reuters)
  • DoJ/FBI withholds Comey memos to House Oversight Comm until release approved by newly appointed Special Counsel Mueller. (MSNBC)
  • Rachel Maddow details extensive catalogue of grounds for criminal investigation of Trump. (MSNBC)

24 May

  • Philippine transcript of Trump’s call with Duterte reveals Trump disclosed highly classified intel locations of two nuclear submarines in Korean waters in addition to praising Duterte’s aggressive anti-drug actions including killing thousands of Philippine citizens. (MSNBC)
  • CBO report reveals GOP healthcare bill would push 23 million people off insurance directly contradicting many promises made by republicans in promoting the bill. (WPost)
  • Montana Republican Gianforte arrested for assaulting reporter.  Sheriff, who declines to make inquiries, is donor to the candidate in tomorrow’s special election.  (GuardianUK)
  • Gianforte eventually charged with misdameanor assault. (BozemanDailyChronicle)
  • WH budget chief Mulvaney double counts $2 trillion in ‘math error’. (TheAtlantic)
  • AG Sessions omitted meetings with Russian officials on security clearance declaration form. (AP)

23 May

  • WH Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon sent home early from Trump’s foreign trip. (MSNBC)
  • Trump hires private lawyer to defend him in Russia collusion investigations. This lawyer also represents Russian state bank Sberbank. (WPost)
  • Senate Intel Comm issues new round of subpoenas to Mike Flynn’s businesses.  (Reuters)
  • Former CIA Director Brennan appears before House Intel Comm over Trump Russia campaign collusion testifying he knew of significant cause for investigations. (MSNBC)
  • House Fin Svcs Comm requests Trump account data from Deutsche Bank relating to Russian links. (Reuters / MSNBC)
  • Trump tells Duterte he has sent two nuclear submarines to Korean waters while Philippine uprisings reach new levels.  Duterte declares, “If I think you should die, you will die,” enacting martial law.   (Reuters / Reuters)
  • House Intel Comm expands subpoenas to Mike Flynn who has declined to testify involking the fifth. (Reuters)
  • Trump reneges on promise to donate profits from foreign nationals staying in Trump properties.  No tracking done. (MSNBC)
  • Pope Francis calls Trump fat. (AP)

22 May

  • WH blocks Ethics Comm inquiry into lobbyists now working on WH staff. (NYTimes)
  • While in Israel on state visit, and without reference to existing policy, background, advisors or experts, Trump proposes sale of half of American strategic oil reserves even as OPEC leaders announces production cutbacks as market prices slide. (Reuters)
  • Mike Flynn pleads the fifth and refuses to comply with Senate Intel Comm subpoena. (WPost)
  • Trump requested top intel chiefs in March to publically deny Trump collusion with Russia. (WPost)

21 May

  • Trump repeatedly urges Arab and Muslim leaders to “drive out” islamist extremists without indicating whence they should be driven. (Reuters)
  • Iran’s foreign minister sharply criticises Trump arms trade with Saudi’s. (Reuters)
  • Notre Dame graduates walk out in protest of VP Mike Pence’s commencement speech after faculty and student petition ND’s President not to invite Trump. (WPost)
  • Israe’s Prime Minister Netanyahu orders ministers to attend Trump arrival reception after discovering many intended to boycott. (GuardianUK)

20 May

  • Trump becomes arms dealer to Saudi Arabia with ‘memoranda of understanding’ in first overseas trip. (WPost)
  • Comey to testify in open Senate Intel Comm hearing. (NYTimes)
  • Acting AG Rosenstein denies Comey requested more resources for FBI Trump Russia investigations in days before being fired by Trump.  This claim directly contradicts multiple statements in confirmed news reports from top aides.  (MSNBC)

19 May

  • WH aide reveals that Trump told Russians during closed Oval Office meeting that firing “crazy, not job” Comey “eased great pressure” from FBI investigations.  (NYTimes)
  • Trump approval rating at lowest point to date at 38%.  Republican disapproval slips to 16% down from 23% due to mishandling of classified information and meddling in FBI investigations. (Reuters)
  • WH tries to undermine Special Counsel investigations. (Reuters)
  • Trump embarks on first foreign trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Vatican while investigations in Washington expand to include unnamed top WH aide.  (Reuters)
  • Practically entire WH staff join Trump on first foreign tour. (MSNBC)

18 May

  • Flynn announces intent to refuse Senate subpoena for documents on Russian campaign meddling on grounds of self-incrimination. (AP)
  • Trump campaign had multiple undisclosed contacts with top Russian officials contradicting WH aides who in January denied any contact with Russia during the campaign. (Reuters)
  • Trump distances himself from his own campaign, transition and WH staff denying collusion but claiming he, “can only speak for himself,” implicating staff may have withheld information from him thereby excusing him from responsibility. (GuardianUK)
  • Trump denies he pressured Comey to drop Flynn Russia investigation, claims appointing Special Counsel is “biggest witch hunt of all time,” contradicting WH statements welcoming Special Counsel.  (Reuters)
  • Comey kept detailed memos on inappropriate contact and pressure from Trump and WH top aides in weeks after inauguration.  Comey rebuffed Trump’s attemps at creating personal friendship seeking loyalty from the FBI chief.  Comey instructed Trump in proper contacts with FBI through DoJ and made copies of these memos which he distributed to top staff to initial and date as security against possibility of future investigations. (NYTimes)
  • Mike Pence sets up Leadership Fundraising PAC in anticipation of becoming president. (DailyKos)

17 May

  • DoJ abruptly appoints Special Counsel, former FBI Director Robert Mueller, to lead Trump Russia investigations. Trump and WH staff given less than half hour notice preventing their interference. (AP)
  • According to Senate rules, Trump can still choose to fire newly appointed Special Counsel Mueller which analysts consider would bring down the gov’t. (MSNBC)
  • Senate Judiciary Comm requests Comey’s memoranda. (ABC)
  • Senate Intel Comm invites Comey to testify again. (WPost)
  • Trump offers advice on leadership in speech to graduating class at Coast Guard Academy claiming, “with great surety,” that no politician in history has been treated more unfairly than himself and to, “put your head down and fight, fight, fight,” when facing adversity. (WPost)
  • WPost begins minutely update on Congressional demands for investigations into Sessions, demands for Trump tapes, Comey’s memoranda, independent probe into Flynn, calls for impeachment, Nixon comparisons and more. (WPost)
  • Increasing number of Republicans demand independent probe into Trump Russia while mentioning impeachment on charges of obstruction of justice following Comey’s revealed memo. (Reuters)
  • Flynn informed WH Counsel McGhan on 4 January 2017 he is secretly working as foreign agent for Turkey and is under DoJ investigation.  Trump appointes Flynn NSA anyway giving him  access to full state secrets under highest intel clearance.  Investigations increase with specialist espionage prosecutor Brandon Van Grack. (NYTimes)
  • Putin offers Congress a purported transcript of Trump’s closed Oval Office meeting with top Russian officials. (Retuers)
  • House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told colleagues on 15 June 2016 he believes Trump taking payments from Putin.  He now claims his recorded comments were intended to be a joke though House Speaker Paul Ryan who was present swore listeners to secrecy at the time.  (WPost)
  • Erdogan’s bodyguards attack American protesters in Washington during his visit with Trump. (GuardianUK)
  • Wall Street tumbles on WH uncertainty and Trump controversies. (Reuters)

16 May

  • Trump defends sharing classified intel w/ Russians as his prerogative. (WPost)
  • Classified intel Trump shared with Russians in Oval Office meeting originated from Israel. (NYTimes)
  • Fired FBI Director Comey kept detailed memos of all communications with ‘key individuals’ which include conversation in which Trump pressured Comey to drop counterintelligence investigations into fired NSA Flynn.  Republican Chair of the House Oversight Comm Jason Chaffetz demands FBI turn over all “memoranda, notes, summaries and recordings” of discussions between Mr. Trump and Mr. Comey. (NYTimes)
  • Federal investigators subpoena former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s financial records regarding $3.5 million loan. (MSNBC)
  • Senate Maj Leader Mitch McConnell tries to placate Democrats by offering, possibly ironically, fired FBI Director Comey’s job to thwarted Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch who isn’t interested. (Reuters)
  • Erdogan visits WH. (Reuters)
  • Financial markets fall due to Trump uncertainty. (Reuters)

15 May

  • Following Comey’s dismissal, Trump reveals classified intel to top Russian officials in Oval Office closed meeting. (WPost)
  • UAE Crown Prince ‘MBZ’ meets Trump in WH photo op.  ‘MBZ’ facilitated and hosted back channel meeting between Putin and Trump emissaries in the Seychelles in January. (MSNBC)
  • WH Press Sec Sean Spicer refuses to answer questions for Trump Oval Office secret tapes of Comey conversations. (NPR)
  • Philippine lawmakers begin impeachment hearings against Duterte. (Reuters)

14 May

  • Republicans and Democrats demand Trump’s tapes of recorded conversations while Democrats continue to call for Special Prosecutor to lead Trump Russia investigations. (WPost)
  • WH eliminates climate change data and language across WH and gov’t agency websites. (GuardianUK)
  • WH obscures gov’t agency data related to accountability and transparency. (WPost)

13 May

  • NKorea fires ballistic missile to test if it can carry nuclear warhead.  The missile crashed into the Sea of Japan near the Russian coast.  (Reuters)

12 May

  • Trump threatens Comey with vague tweet referring to ‘tapes’ [unexplained single quotes his] of unspecified conversations. Legal analysts say this may be construed as intimidating a witness, another federal crime compounded with obstruction of justice in firing Comey. (WPost / Reuters)
  • Trump threatens to stop WH press briefings following his flat contradiction of his own communications staff in Comey firing. (WPost)
  • Senate Intel Comm VChair Dem. Mark Warner announces Comey will not appear before committee as scheduled for 16 May.  No reason given. (TheHill)
  • Treasury Financial Crimes Unit to assist in Senate Trump Russia investigations. (Reuters)
  • Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, the law firm Trump hired to defend him on Russia collusion allegations, won Russia Law Firm of the Year award in 2016. (Fortune)

11 May

  • New acting FBI chief McCabe testifies before Senate Intel Comm in place of ousted Director Comey: (WPost)
    • Refuses to say if Trump is under investigation,
    • directly contradicts Trump’s claims Comey had lost the confidence of rank-and-file employees,
    • Praised Comey as leader of FBI,
    • promises to inform Senate Intel Comm if WH impedes or interferes with investigations.
  • Trump claims Comey told him three times he was not under investigation. (WPost)
  • Trump admits during televised interview he fired Comey due to FBI investigations into Russia campaign collusion. Trump’s explantion of Comey firing as related to Russian investigations flatly contradicts his own, VP Pence’s and WH press statements. (Reuters / WPost)
  • Intel officials warn allowing Russian press and photographer into Oval Office, a move the Obama WH refused for years, breached security measures.  WH replies, “They tricked us.” (MSNBC)
  • In participating in Comey’s firing after recusing himself, AG Jeff Session’s may have violated ethics regulations, his law license may be in peril with possibility of impeachment proceedings. (WPost)
  • Paul Manafort never registered as a foreign agent with the US gov’t contrary to his claims and published reports. DoJ refuses to say whether AG Sessions is recused on Russia investigations and specifically Manafort. (MSNBC)
  • Bookmakers raise the odds of a Trump impeachment during his term as president to 60% in favour. (Politico)

10 May

  • Trump meets with Russian Foreign Ministre Lavrov in closed Oval Office session barring American press but open to Russian press and official photographer.  Lavrov pokes fun at American press while Sec State Tillerson maintains silence. (NYTimes)
  • Grand Jury subpoenas Mike Flynn’s business associates’ transaction records. (CNN)
  • Senate Intel Comm subpoenas Mike Flynn’s records. (NYTimes)
  • Senate Intel Comm invites ousted FBI Director Comey to testify in closed session 16 May. (TheHill)
  • Comey has recently requested more resources to pursue investigation into Trump’s ties to Russian oligarchs. (WPost)
  • Comey had refused to allow Trump aides preview of his 3 May Senate testimony. (Reuters)
  • New acting FBI Director McCabe compromised independence and currently under investigation himself.  McCabe is appointed to lead Trump Russia investigations. (MSNBC)
  • WH gives press credentials to far-right American activist who helped amplify hack against French president Macron. (Reuters)
  • Graduates at Florida university turn their backs on commencement speaker Betsy De Vos. (Reuters)
  • Trump approval ratings tumble to new all-time low of 35% with disapproval at 58%.  (Quinnipiac)

9 May

  • FBI Director Comey gets key details of his own testimony wrong damaging credibility of his and others’ statements. (WPost)
  • Trump fires FBI Director James Comey:  (WPost / AP / Reuters)
    • in the midst investigations into his links to Russian meddling in the 2016 election and on the hiring Mike Flynn as NSA.
    • without contacting Comey himself who was speaking at an FBI event while the news broke on tv screens behind him.  Those present thought at first it was a prank.
    • Though Trump made no mention of Clinton, claims firing follows AG Jeff Sessions’ and Dep AG Rosenstein’s recommendation of Comey’s “atrocities” in email investigation into Clinton’s emails’ last July which were “hurting morale” at the dep’t though Sessions has recused himself from all Trump campaign/election/Russia investigations.
    • Trump continues attacks on Comey for being “too easy” on Clinton.
    • Firing Comey is seen by critics as political thwarting of FBI investigations which have direct damaging effect on Trump’s legitimacy as president.
    • Comey was due to continue testimony in Senate hearings on Thursday which is now cancelled.
  • Trump hires private lawyer to defend him against Russian collusion charges. (NBC)
  • Senate Intel Comm requests documents on Trump and associates’ business ties in Russia from Financial Crimes Unit of US Treasury. (MSNBC)
  • Trump’s campaign statements disappear from website concurrent to Federal Judicial Constitutional review of Muslim Ban based on those statements. (WPost)

8 May

  • After unexplained delays, former Acting AG Sally Yates testifies before Senate that she warned Trump and WH Counsel McGhan of NSA Mike Flynn’s conversations with Russian ambassador on lifting sanctions which led to Flynn being fired. Yates’ testimony directly contradicts WH claims.  (WPost)
  • Republicans try to derail Yates’ Senate testimony with ancillary questions insinuating classified leaks came from Yates’ office.  Trump contributes with tweets which may constitute criminal intimidation. (MSNBC)
  • In apparent effort to deflect news media from Yates’ Senate testimony, WH announces restarting war in Afghanistan. (MSNBC)
  • Obama personally warned Trump on 10 November 2016, less than 24 hours after the presidential election ended, against hiring Mike Flynn. (NBC)
  • Trump’s revised Muslim Ban is reviewed in Federal Court who consider whether Trump’s anti-Muslim comments during campaign undermine Constitutionality of ban. No decision yet from judges. (AP)
  • Following an unanswered FOI request in March, ACLU sues WH for documents on botched Yemeni raid which killed Navy Seal Owens. (TheIntercept)
  • Senate majority leader Republican Mitch McConnell excludes women from panel to draft health care bill detail. (NYTimes)
  • EPA chief and climate denier Scott Pruitt fires half of key scientific advisers and over 200 advisory panels. (Reuters)
  • Leading economists agree Trump is wrong to claim his proposed tax cuts would stimulate the economy enough to cancel out the effect on total tax revenue. (WPost)
  • Actual costs of Trump travel contradict and exceed Trump and WH claims. (AP)

7 May

  • Macron wins French presidency, financial markets rebound.  (Reuters)
  • President Obama accepts ‘Profile in Courage’ award. (YouTube)
  • Reporters barred from Kushner family sales pitch events in China seeking funding for NJ luxury property development in exchange for EB-5 US imiigration visa. (Reuters)

6 May

  • Jared Kushner’s family pitching $500K “investment” immigration visas to rich Chinese. (TheHill)
  • US far-right activists propel French election hacking. (Reuters)
  • Far-right ‘Freedom Caucus’ Republican Raúl Labrador of Idaho claims “nobody dies because they don’t have access to health care,” to boos among his constituents. (WPost)

5 May

  • Weeks after neo-fascist Le Pen openly meets with Putin, Russia hackers release flood of French presidential candidate Macron’s emails in identical attack to 2016 US election interference.  French election officials investigate during media blackout in final hours of election.  (AP)
  • Pentagon to lease Trump Tower apartment escalating furore over Trump’s self-dealing in WH.  (Reuters)
  • Trump and WH to push through billions of $ in arms sales to Saudi Arabia. (Reuters)
  • Mark Green, Trump’s third pick for Army Sec, withdraws due to bigotry based on his avowed “christian values.”  (Reuters)
  • In an apparent attempt to protect themselves from incrimination, WH aides contact reporters to claim fired NSA Mike Flynn was warned by Trump transition team about communication with Russian ambassador but did so anyway. (WPost)
  • State Dep’t deletes promotional Tweet for Trump’s daughter’s new book. (NPR)
  • Trump makes 33rd tax-payer visit to his own branded resort property for the 14th week in a row in continuing defiance of the Constitutional Emoluments Clause. (WPost)

4 May

  • Trump plans first overseas visit to Isreal, Vatican and Saudi Arabia. (NYTimes)
  • Obama endorses Macron in French elections over far-right Le Pen. (Youtube)
  • Scoring a political point, House Republicans pass health care bill which includes contentious pre-existing conditions and exemptions for Congress.  The bill now faces opposition in a Republican held Senate. (Reuters)
  • Polls show health care bill opposed by wide majority of Americans. (WPost)
  • House Republicans passes controversial bill rolling back banking regulations put in place in response to the 2008 financial crash.  The bill was pushed through without any supporting Democrats and delivers a plan overturning Trump’s campaign promises.  (Reuters / WPost)
  • Showing rare unity, hospitals, doctors and insurers criticize health care bill. (NYTimes)
  • Trump and House Republicans issue press release rife with misleading claims and stage high profile celebration on WH Rose Garden lawn despite bill passage having no authority without Senate approval which looks unlikely. (MSNBC / DailyKos)
  • Many House Republicans voted in favour of publically opposed health care bill without having read the bill itself. (MSNBC)
  • Trump signs order allowing churches to engage in political activity. (AP)

3 May

  • FBI Director Comey testifies in open hearing before Senate Judiciary Committee.  Full transcript. (WPost)
  • In Senate Intel hearing, Comey justifies announcing new Clinton email investigation as one of only two options available while Senate ranking members dispute and question his decision making. (AP)
  • Bipartisan agreement among bordering states opposes Trump’s Mexican Wall. (NPR)
  • In third attempt to force repeal of Obamacare, Republicans exempt their own insurance from replacement bill. (Vox)
  • Trump wrongly claims replacement health care bill would cover pre-existing conditions, among which Republicans would include sexual assault and rape. (BusinessInsider)
  • Republican Mo Brooks of the Republican far-right ‘Freedom Caucus’ claims people with pre-existing health conditions have not lived “good lives” and deserve to pay more for their insurance. (CNN)
  • Trump Senior Aide Bannon’s to-do list incidentally published by visiting rabbi on Twitter revealing Bannon’s unvarnished agenda. (WPost)
  • With no job description, gov’t or policy experience and an unclear role without apparent limits, Trump’s daughter regularly calls cabinet members and senior policy aides to assert her own undefined agenda. (MSNBC)

2 May

  • Trump calls for gov’t shut down in September to gain Republican wish list. (WPost)
  • Former top intelligence leaders James Clapper and Mike Rogers say Russian hacking interference “wildly successful” in disrupting elections and warn it may continue. (Reuters)
  • Trump talks with Putin about Syria in scheduled call from Oval Office. Putin asks Trump to host Russian Foreign Minister and Russian Ambassador in Oval Office visit to which Trump agrees. (Reuters / MSNBC)
  • WH budget chief Mick Mulvaney in disarray communicating with reporters in nationally televised live conference call. (MSNBC)
  • WH Press Sec walks out of daily press briefing without finishing. (MSNBC)
  • Trump and daughter Ivanka continue aggressive marketing for luxury property developments in Phillippines in escalating conflict with Phillippine President Duterte. (WPost)
  • Secret Service spend additional $65,000 to go skiing with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner in special protection detail. (CBS)
  • FOI request shows Nat’l Park Svc Chief Info Security Officer saying Trump was personally and directly involved in trying to identify inauguration photographer documenting smaller crowds than Trump claimed. (CBS)
  • Entire Senate Intel Comm bussed to CIA HQ Langley for classified briefing on Russia hacking. (MSNBC)
  • Mysterious rash of 38 prominent Russian unsolved murders or suspicious deaths, including 10 high-profile Putin critics, continuing trend since the beginning of 2014.  Former FBI analyst advised in February that Congress “follow the trail of dead Russians” to help understand Putin’s intention and actions in US election interference. (USAToday)

1 May

  • Senior Trump advisor and far-right Breitbart contributor, Sebastian Gorka hired by Steve Bannon, to quit WH for failed national security clearance. (BusinessInsider)
  • Trump repeats his unfounded wiretapping accusations against Obama, an impeachable federal offense, as opinions abruptly ending interview saying he, “doesn’t stand by anything.” (NYTimes)
  • US issues travel alert for all of Europe citing risk of terrorist attacks. (Reuters)
  • Trump demonstrates astonishing historical ignorance questioning the causes and events leading up to American Civil War citing President Andrew Jackson’s who died sixteen years before the war broke out, wonders why “people” don’t ask why the Civil War occurred. (Reuters / WPost)
  • Under Republican control of gov’t, Democrats reveal successful strategy to capitalise on divisions between GOP factions and Trump. Congressional Republicans and Democrats alike ignore Trump’s demand for cuts across many well-liked domestic programmes. (AP)
  • Reversing his recent views of a “major, major conflict” with NKorea and expanding his support for global dictators, Trump expresses sympathy for President Kim Jong-Un praising him as, “a smart cookie,” adding he would be “honoured” to meet with him in direct contradiction with clear statements on State Dep’t.   (WPost / WPost)
  • Trump reverses his position on China falsely claiming they stopped currency manipulation when he won US presidency. (AP)
  • WH inexplicably pressures Argentina into abandoning honours for former President Carter. (BuenosAiresHerald)
  • Trump 2020 Re-election campaign forced to remove ad rife with falsehoods due to violations of gov’t ban on politicising the military. (DailyKos)
  • New evidence emerges detailing collusion and corruption in campaign funding and hiring with former Washington state Republican senator Don Benton. (MSNBC)
  • Trump appears confused on content and details of third Republican attempt to repeal Obamacare. (MSNBC)
  • Trump’s newly appointed far-right anti-abortionist crusader and HHS chief, Charmaine Yoest, has been deleting reactionary far-right content from her website. (MemoryHole2)

30 April

  • Congressional bipartisan spending bill established to avert gov’t shut down includes big military increase but omits funding for Trump’s Mexican wall.  To reach agreement Trump also concedes threats to stop ACA Cost-Sharing Repayments. Bill awaits approval by both House and Senate.  (Reuters / NPR)
  • Trump’s historically fact challenged administration checked: (WPost)
    • 488 false or misleading claims made by the president. That’s an average of 4.9 claims a day.
    • 10 days without a single false claim. On six of those days, the president golfed at a Trump property.
    • 4 days with 20 or more false claims. (Feb. 16, Feb. 28, March 20 and April 21.)
    • 19 false claims on April 29, his 100th day, not including his interview with “Face the Nation,” which aired April 30.
  • Trump faces historically low approval ratings while proclaiming 1 May will be National Loyalty Day’ and blaming Constitution for setbacks and conflicts. (GuardianUK)

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Timeline of news, events & #RealFacts during Trump White House