The World was witness to another North Korea missile attack as President Trump and Prime Minister Abe had a submit at the President's Florida Estate. This is also as Prime Minister Trudeau is now in Washington. This is also as reports of turmoil at the White House seem to be dominating with the National Security Advisor being in the crosshairs--as the White House Senior Counselor noted that the President had full confidence in General Flynn and then the Press Secretary noted that the President was evaluating the situation--and as there are reports that Michael Flynn has submitted his resignation.As we also went to press, we were reviewing reports of the North Korean Missile Launch being discussed while the President was at dinner at his Club in Florida with the Japanese Prime Minister--A charge the White House Denies.
The White House Policy Director, Stephen Miller, went on the US Public Affairs Shows to discuss on-going policy matters--including the Immigration Matter and the on-going charge of Voter Fraud--and underscoring a view first noted by the Justice Department Counsel during proceedings before the 9th Circuit that the President's Actions were "non-reviewable" which was discussed at a +Morning Joe Panel:
It is of note that the Executive Branch has been abiding by the Court's Decision--although the continued attack on the Judiciary is disturbing. The ignorance of the basics of the Constitution of the United States is of profound concern. +Joe Scarborough was right on when he noted that the comments were horrendous--and the idea of a President of the United States having unlimited power is not correct and must be of concern to all Justices of the US Supreme Court--as Judge Gorsuch is up for his confirmation. Republicans are quiet.
Beyond the policy challenges as we launch our weekly @POTUS launch, the business front is just as profound times. The challenging times was captured by the Fortune's Geoff Colvin which in our view captures the profound challenges being faced before us--as the new Treasury Secretary was confirmed and was sworn into office earlier today: