David Nakamura The Washington Post

'David Nakamura The Washington Post' - 78 News Result(s)

  • Trump Says Kamala Harris Got "Too Much Credit" In US Presidential Debate
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Sunday June 30, 2019
    President Donald Trump responded Saturday to criticism from former President Jimmy Carter by calling him a "terrible president" and asserted that Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., got "too much credit" for her debate performance following two days of intensive meetings with foreign leaders here.
  • Trump's Aides Offer A Glimpse Of Their 'Revealing' Private Notes
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Wednesday January 30, 2019
    In tweets and speeches, President Donald Trump has taken pride in voicing his inner thoughts, no matter how blunt or offensive. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that he and his aides also have made a habit of revealing their personal notes to the public.
  • Trump Offers 3-Year Protection For Immigrants In Exchange For Border Wall
    World News | Katie Zezima, Seung Min Kim, David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Sunday January 20, 2019
    President Donald Trump on Saturday offered Democrats three years of deportation protections for some immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion in border wall funding, a proposal immediately rejected by Democrats and derided by conservatives as amnesty.
  • "Can Do It If I Want": Trump On Using Emergency Powers For Border Wall
    World News | David Nakamura, Josh Dawsey, The Washington Post | Saturday January 5, 2019
    President Donald Trump on Friday offered his most robust public case for the border wall since the partial government shutdown began two weeks ago, expounding for an hour at the White House about the need for a barrier to keep out terrorists and dissuade migrants while asserting he has the legal authority to build it without congressional consent.
  • Trump Warms To Old Fashioned Notes From "Little Rocket Man" Kim Jong Un
    World News | David Nakamura, John Hudson, The Washington Post | Friday January 4, 2019
    President Donald Trump used Twitter to threaten "Little Rocket Man," but he and Kim Jong Un have since developed a "beautiful" relationship through a more old-fashioned means of communication: paper letters.
  • Trump's 250 Yard, 8-Vehicle Motorcade To Greet Bush Jr Across The Street
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 5, 2018
    President Donald Trump traversed a wide political chasm Tuesday evening when he personally welcomed George W. Bush, his occasional foil, to Blair House, the presidential guest quarters across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House.
  • "Nationalism Betrayal Of Patriotism": Emmanuel Macron, Trump By His Side
    World News | David Nakamura, Seung Min Kim, James McAuley, The Washington Post | Monday November 12, 2018
    In the shadow of a grand war memorial here, French President Emmanuel Macron marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I by delivering a forceful rebuke against rising nationalism, calling it a "betrayal of patriotism" and warning against "old demons coming back to wreak chaos and death."
  • China "Wants A Different American President," Says US Vice President
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday October 5, 2018
    Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday issued a broad indictment of the methods behind China's rise to becoming a major economic power, asserting in a sharply critical speech that Beijing has sought to undermine U.S. interests across the globe - and to undermine President Donald Trump in the midterm elections.
  • Trump's Defiant Defense Of His Foreign Policy Approach At United Nations
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 26, 2018
    Declaring the United States will "never apologize for protecting its citizens," President Donald Trump delivered a defiant defense Tuesday of a transactional world view that is increasingly at odds with consensus-driven international bodies such as the United Nations.
  • "People Laughed At A President": At UN, Trump Suffers The Fate He Feared
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 26, 2018
    President Donald Trump has long argued that the United States has been taken advantage of by other nations - a "laughing stock to the entire World" he said on Twitter in 2014 - and his political rise was countenanced on the premise that he had the strength and resolve to change that.
  • On Twitter, Trump Accuses 'Social Media' of Limiting Free Speech of Conservatives
    David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Monday August 20, 2018
    Trump waded into the debate over the role of social media in policing public discourse, accusing them of "totally discriminating" against Republicans and conservative commentators.
  • Melania Trump's Parents Now Become US Citizens, Use 'Chain Migration'
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Friday August 10, 2018
    First lady Melania Trump's parents became US citizens in a naturalization ceremony in New York on Thursday, completing a years-long immigration process even as President Trump has called for new laws to bar Americans from sponsoring parents and other relatives.
  • Trump Orders End To Separation Of Families At Border Amid Global Backlash
    World News | David Nakamura, Nick Miroff, Josh Dawsey, The Washington Post | Thursday June 21, 2018
    President Donald Trump sought to stanch a public outcry over his administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy Wednesday, signing an executive order to end family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border after days of insisting he was legally unable to act.
  • Kim Jong Un Committed To Denuclearisation, Says Trump After Historic Summit
    World News | David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Anna Fifield, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Tuesday June 12, 2018
    President Donald Trump said he had "developed a very special bond" with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during their historic summit here Tuesday, and proclaimed the start of a new era that could break a cycle of nuclear brinkmanship and stave off a military confrontation.
  • Trump, Kim Put Aside Years Of Broken Promises In Singapore Meet
    World News | David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Carol Morello, The Washington Post | Tuesday June 12, 2018
    President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un put aside years of broken promises and threats of nuclear warfare as they sat down to begin discussions that could open the door to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula

'David Nakamura The Washington Post' - 78 News Result(s)

  • Trump Says Kamala Harris Got "Too Much Credit" In US Presidential Debate
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Sunday June 30, 2019
    President Donald Trump responded Saturday to criticism from former President Jimmy Carter by calling him a "terrible president" and asserted that Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., got "too much credit" for her debate performance following two days of intensive meetings with foreign leaders here.
  • Trump's Aides Offer A Glimpse Of Their 'Revealing' Private Notes
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Wednesday January 30, 2019
    In tweets and speeches, President Donald Trump has taken pride in voicing his inner thoughts, no matter how blunt or offensive. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that he and his aides also have made a habit of revealing their personal notes to the public.
  • Trump Offers 3-Year Protection For Immigrants In Exchange For Border Wall
    World News | Katie Zezima, Seung Min Kim, David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Sunday January 20, 2019
    President Donald Trump on Saturday offered Democrats three years of deportation protections for some immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion in border wall funding, a proposal immediately rejected by Democrats and derided by conservatives as amnesty.
  • "Can Do It If I Want": Trump On Using Emergency Powers For Border Wall
    World News | David Nakamura, Josh Dawsey, The Washington Post | Saturday January 5, 2019
    President Donald Trump on Friday offered his most robust public case for the border wall since the partial government shutdown began two weeks ago, expounding for an hour at the White House about the need for a barrier to keep out terrorists and dissuade migrants while asserting he has the legal authority to build it without congressional consent.
  • Trump Warms To Old Fashioned Notes From "Little Rocket Man" Kim Jong Un
    World News | David Nakamura, John Hudson, The Washington Post | Friday January 4, 2019
    President Donald Trump used Twitter to threaten "Little Rocket Man," but he and Kim Jong Un have since developed a "beautiful" relationship through a more old-fashioned means of communication: paper letters.
  • Trump's 250 Yard, 8-Vehicle Motorcade To Greet Bush Jr Across The Street
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 5, 2018
    President Donald Trump traversed a wide political chasm Tuesday evening when he personally welcomed George W. Bush, his occasional foil, to Blair House, the presidential guest quarters across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House.
  • "Nationalism Betrayal Of Patriotism": Emmanuel Macron, Trump By His Side
    World News | David Nakamura, Seung Min Kim, James McAuley, The Washington Post | Monday November 12, 2018
    In the shadow of a grand war memorial here, French President Emmanuel Macron marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I by delivering a forceful rebuke against rising nationalism, calling it a "betrayal of patriotism" and warning against "old demons coming back to wreak chaos and death."
  • China "Wants A Different American President," Says US Vice President
    World News | David Nakamura, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Friday October 5, 2018
    Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday issued a broad indictment of the methods behind China's rise to becoming a major economic power, asserting in a sharply critical speech that Beijing has sought to undermine U.S. interests across the globe - and to undermine President Donald Trump in the midterm elections.
  • Trump's Defiant Defense Of His Foreign Policy Approach At United Nations
    World News | David Nakamura and Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 26, 2018
    Declaring the United States will "never apologize for protecting its citizens," President Donald Trump delivered a defiant defense Tuesday of a transactional world view that is increasingly at odds with consensus-driven international bodies such as the United Nations.
  • "People Laughed At A President": At UN, Trump Suffers The Fate He Feared
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Wednesday September 26, 2018
    President Donald Trump has long argued that the United States has been taken advantage of by other nations - a "laughing stock to the entire World" he said on Twitter in 2014 - and his political rise was countenanced on the premise that he had the strength and resolve to change that.
  • On Twitter, Trump Accuses 'Social Media' of Limiting Free Speech of Conservatives
    David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Monday August 20, 2018
    Trump waded into the debate over the role of social media in policing public discourse, accusing them of "totally discriminating" against Republicans and conservative commentators.
  • Melania Trump's Parents Now Become US Citizens, Use 'Chain Migration'
    World News | David Nakamura, The Washington Post | Friday August 10, 2018
    First lady Melania Trump's parents became US citizens in a naturalization ceremony in New York on Thursday, completing a years-long immigration process even as President Trump has called for new laws to bar Americans from sponsoring parents and other relatives.
  • Trump Orders End To Separation Of Families At Border Amid Global Backlash
    World News | David Nakamura, Nick Miroff, Josh Dawsey, The Washington Post | Thursday June 21, 2018
    President Donald Trump sought to stanch a public outcry over his administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy Wednesday, signing an executive order to end family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border after days of insisting he was legally unable to act.
  • Kim Jong Un Committed To Denuclearisation, Says Trump After Historic Summit
    World News | David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Anna Fifield, Anne Gearan, The Washington Post | Tuesday June 12, 2018
    President Donald Trump said he had "developed a very special bond" with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during their historic summit here Tuesday, and proclaimed the start of a new era that could break a cycle of nuclear brinkmanship and stave off a military confrontation.
  • Trump, Kim Put Aside Years Of Broken Promises In Singapore Meet
    World News | David Nakamura, Philip Rucker, Carol Morello, The Washington Post | Tuesday June 12, 2018
    President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un put aside years of broken promises and threats of nuclear warfare as they sat down to begin discussions that could open the door to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula
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