How to get through a day of the Trump presidency: 7 ways to deal with everything, from social media to the news

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The media are obsessed with Donald Trump’s presidency.

When Trump takes the oath of office, he’ll get the most scrutiny from the media.

And if you follow all the news stories that emerge from his inauguration, you’ll be inundated with headlines.

Here are some of the top stories from that day: -The day began with a new FBI investigation into Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 election, which the White House has said it does not believe to be true.

The report was released on Wednesday.

The day also saw the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

Trump has said that Comey’s dismissal was a “political decision” and he would like the FBI to “let it go,” but he hasn’t said whether he would be willing to let the bureau go. 2.

Trump tweeted that he would consider firing Comey.

When asked during the presidential transition whether he’d consider firing FBI Director Comey, Trump tweeted: “He’s been very loyal to me.

I will tell you that.

But, you know, I’m not gonna fire him.

And I hope he is.”

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Trump said he was “so disappointed” in the “ridiculous” leaks of classified information coming out of the FBI, including information about a possible Trump Tower meeting with Russian officials.

“I am not going to have them leaking classified information,” Trump said on Monday.

“You know, the leaks come out of my office, they’re out of his office.

They’re out in his press conference.

They come out, they come out.

But the leaks, you can’t make it up.

That’s the fact.

They don’t believe it.

And they don’t like it.”

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When the New York Times revealed in January that the FBI was investigating the possibility that Trump may have attempted to interfere with the investigation into his campaign, the president said: “They don’t even know if I did.

But they’re just looking into it.”

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The president has repeatedly criticized the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

In January, Trump accused the FBI of lying to the American people and said: ‘I don’t think they are lying anymore.’

” They’re going to continue to lie to the Americans.

They are just lying to themselves, just like they’re lying to us,” Trump told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly on January 18.

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Trump is considering appointing a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton’s emails, though the idea has come under intense scrutiny from Republicans in Congress.

He has also suggested that he might appoint a special counsel to probe the Russia investigation.

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The Trump administration has repeatedly called for the president to be fired from office.

In February, Trump told supporters in Ohio that he believes the FBI should be impeached and called for them to be prosecuted.

“It is my opinion that we should take this thing to the Senate and to the House, and if they decide to go after me, I would rather that they go after the FBI than the Justice Department or the Justice Dept. because they have been very good to me,” Trump added.

“And I think the FBI is a much bigger problem.

And the Justice Departments are just so incompetent.”

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Trump also announced that he has proposed a ban on Muslim immigration into the United States, but that he is still open to allowing some Muslim immigration if it will prevent terrorists from entering the country.

“We will have a lot of people coming in,” Trump insisted during the inauguration ceremony, adding that the country “should be very vigilant against all of those who wish to come into our country.

But we should also have a very, very tight vetting process.”

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Trump, who had campaigned on a promise to “make America great again,” has not yet made a decision about his future plans.

In his first 100 days, Trump has had little success in pushing through legislative items.

He failed to get the GOP-controlled House to pass a repeal of Obamacare, and he failed to pass an overhaul of the nation’s tax code.

But in his first week in office, Trump had a few successes in his efforts to overhaul the country’s tax system.

The White House estimates that the tax overhaul will be a $1 trillion tax cut, with some $1.4 trillion in additional revenue, and that the proposed $1,000 tax deduction will boost the economy by $1 billion per year.

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Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday that would impose new sanctions on Russia, though he has not indicated whether he will order any retaliatory measures.

The order calls for “a comprehensive review of Russia’s aggression, aggression against Ukraine, and interference in domestic affairs.”

It also calls for the US to increase its military presence in the Middle East and for “all U.S. and allied forces to exercise restraint and restraint in conducting foreign policy activities.” 11. Trump