Pres. Trump: I stand with the great police officers of Minneapolis
President Trump thanks the Minneapolis Police Federation for their support, while criticizing the city's mayor. The president said Tuesday he stands with the great police officers of Minneapolis, after they were banned from wearing their uniform at political rallies while off duty. One America's Sani Unutoa has more.
The White House Republican Rep. Jeff Van Drew spoke out on his decision to jump the sinking Democrat ship and support President Trump's agenda. One America's Neil W. McCabe has that interview from Washington. CNN's chief White House correspondent, Jim Acosta, told President Trump today that his network's "record on delivering the truth is a lot better" than his "sometimes" after the president broached a recent report on Russian election interference that CNN later walked back.
The exchange came in New Delhi, India after Acosta asked if Trump would pledge to reject any foreign interference in the upcoming presidential campaign.
"First of all, I want no help from any country, and I haven't been given help from any country," Trump replied. "And if you see what CNN, your wonderful network, said, I guess they apologized in a way for — didn't they apologize for the fact that they said certain things that weren't true? Tell me, what was their apology yesterday? What did they say?" Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump will stick to the same rules as the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton. Presidential historian Thomas Whalen joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" to break down the key differences between the two trials.