Kinzinger: Trump's team 'derailing' message
Republican Rep. Adam Kinzinger said Monday he "didn't understand" President Trump's speech at the CIA's headquarters -- or White House spokesman Sean Spicer's media briefing on Saturday.
Trump spent much of his CIA speech focusing on the size of the crowd at his inauguration, his appearance on magazine covers and saying he "has a running war with the media."
"It's taking the message you want as a new president and it's derailing it," Kinsinger said.
Schumer: Booing 'speaks poorly' of some in inauguration crowd
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Sunday harshly criticized President Donald Trump's supporters who booed his comments about inclusiveness moments before Trump was inaugurated.
"The fact that saying these things which are usually accepted by every American met the displeasure of the crowd doesn't speak too kindly of that crowd," Schumer, a New York Democrat, told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union."
Bake America Great Again: Happy ending for cake controversy
The Ace of Cakes was steamed.
DOJ: Hiring Kushner does not Violate Anti-Nepotism Law
WASHINGTON (CNN) - The Justice Department concluded Friday that Jared Kushner serving in his father-in-law's administration would not be a violation of federal anti-nepotism laws.
Illinois lawmaker: Trump has to earn my respect
Rep. Luis Gutierrez, one of dozens of Democratic lawmakers who boycotted Donald Trump's inauguration, said Saturday that the new president has not yet earned his respect.
"Donald Trump has to earn my respect, has to earn my being reciprocal," the Illinois lawmaker told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "When he spoke yesterday and said 'America First,' did he include me? Did he include my grandsons?"
On Day Two, Trump prayed, met the CIA and attacked the press
President Donald Trump moved fast to mend his relationship with the CIA on just his second day in office, then ignited a feud with the media over the size of his inauguration crowd after mass nationwide protests erupted against his administration.