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Cherokee Nation Members Troubled By Trump’s Visit To Andrew Jackson’s Tomb

Cherokee nationPresident Donald Trump saluted and laid a wreath at the tomb of President Andrew Jackson in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday. But Trump’s honoring of the former president ― part of a pattern he has displayed ― is troubling to descendants of the Cherokee people, who were violently removed from their land by Jackson’s policies.

ackson was “an extremely dangerous man, and a destructive man, to not just Cherokee people, but Native people in general,” said Betsy Richards, an activist and citizen of the Cherokee Nation. Aligning with a president famous for “referring to us as savages” and “saying it’s a privilege for us to be removed off our lands,” said Richards, is “very much in line with how Trump is messaging a lot of his reactions to people of color.”

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Fox News poll: Trump approval rating drops 5 points

Trump approval drops 5 points 3/17President Trump's job approval rating has dropped 5 points in Fox News surveys since last month.  According to a poll released Wednesday, 43 percent of voters approve of the job the president is doing and 51 percent disapprove.

In February, 48 percent approved and 47 percent disapproved of the president's performance.

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Trump's federal budget would eliminate dozens of agencies and programs

Budget cutsPresident Trump's proposed budget takes a cleaver to domestic programs, with many agencies taking percentage spending cuts in the double digits.

But for dozens of smaller agencies and programs, the cut is 100%.

Community development block grants. The Weatherization Assistance Program. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. The National Endowment for the Arts. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting. All would be axed if Congress adopts Trump's budget.

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Trump travel ban dealt another blow by Maryland judge

maryland judge blocks second travel banPresident Trump's temporary travel ban targeting six majority-Muslim countries was dealt another blow Thursday after a federal judge in Maryland suspended a portion of the ban that prevented visas being issued to nationals of the six countries.

The Maryland decision follows a ruling by a federal judge in Hawaii on Wednesday, although it is narrower in scope.

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Hawaii Judge Blocks Trump’s Revised Travel Ban

Trump travel bam blockedA U.S. federal judge in Hawaii has rejected President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban on people from certain Muslim majority state.

State attorneys general and refugee resettlement agencies across the United States have filed several lawsuits asking courts to issue emergency stays on Trump’s executive order.

The order was signed on March 6 after an initial, broader ban was suspended by federal courts.

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Trump tax returns show president paid $38 million in 2005, White House says

Trump tax returnPresident Trump paid $38 million in taxes in 2005 on an income of more than $150 million, a senior White House official confirmed Tuesday night.

That rare acknowledgement came in anticipation of a report by MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, who purported to have copies of Trump's tax returns from 11 years ago. The White House official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive financial matter.

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CREW accuses Trump White House aide of violating conflict of interest laws

CREW accuses Wh aide of conflict of interest violationsThe watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington is accusing a top White House official of potentially violating criminal conflict of interest laws by playing a role in meetings with major companies in which he also appeared to have held millions of dollars in stock.

The group filed its complaint Tuesday against Christopher Liddell, a former executive with Microsoft and General Motors who was appointed by President Donald Trump to be an assistant to the president and director of strategic initiatives. It said Liddell might have broken the law over three days in January and early February by participating in policy meetings between Trump and leaders from as many as 18 companies that he also had a financial interest in, including Ford Motor Co., Johnson & Johnson and GM.

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