Press Secretary of the White House Sarah Huckabee Sanders will be at her favorite podium on Thursday afternoon for the daily press conference. Today's press conference will begin at 1:30 p.m. ITS T.
Today could be a weird day forcing Sanders to answer questions about politics, and not what the president Donald Trump tweeted in the middle of the night.
The dominant theme is likely to be the president's decision to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, along with plans to transfer the US embassy from Tel Aviv to the Holy City.
The project of fiscal reform is also approaching, which has now been approved by both houses of Congress.  Of course, this is Donald Trump we're talking about here. There is a lot of scandal to go, which will probably be addressed by members of the White House press corps.
Donald Trump Jr. endured a gigantic interrogation yesterday by the House Intelligence Committee, with a committee member saying he appeared to have a "serious case of amnesia."
There is also the curious case of Michael Flynn who copied a plea agreement at the end of last week and is reported to have turned against the president, offering information about the campaign to Robert Mueller in exchange for leniency.
The small firearm specter of Roy Moore probably also remains pending procedures. Alabama's special election is in five days, after all, and the president has offered his full support to the alleged child molester.
Finally, if any reporter wants to get really stupid, they could always ask about what was going on with Donald Trump's mouth yesterday. #DentureDonald forever already & # 39; ll.
Once again, the press conference starts at 1:30 p.m. ITS T. Look up, through The White House.
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