It's not just his famous tweet storms.

"Engage your brain before you engage your mouth", Scherer advised, especially on matters pertaining to investigations.

Trump said Wednesday in Iowa that he plans to add rural broadband Internet access to his administration's upcoming infrastructure plans. The 32-year-old power-line technician from Tabor, in western Iowa, says, "It's 50-50".

His legislative agenda is struggling to gain traction, a federal investigation of alleged Russian meddling into the election and possible collusion with Trump's campaign continues and his approval rating is below 40 percent in most polls.

Nationally, exit polls showed independents tilted toward Trump over Clinton by about a 4-percentage-point margin in November, but an AP-NORC poll conducted in June found that about two-thirds of them disapprove of how he's handling his job as president.

Democrats had lavished attention and money on Tuesday's special election, hoping for a victory that would underscore Republican worries about Trump and serve as a harbinger of a Democratic wave in 2018.

Donald Trump has said he doesn't want "a poor person" to hold economic roles in his administration as he used an Iowa rally to defend his decision to appoint the wealthy to his cabinet.

Party Chairman Jeff Kaufmann said the GOP has been "fortunate to have a Republican mayor in one of our large urban areas", saying Corbett has served the state well. She said she's proud of the president's work so far.

Then-candidate Donald Trump at a 2016 rally in Cedar Rapids. Wednesday's visit will mark his first to the Hawkeye State since he took office.

Earlier this month, Vice President Mike Pence attended Republican Sen.

President Donald Trump is about to hold a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

"We have a great relationship with China and I really like President Xi", Trump said in a speech at an Iowa community college.

Branstad traveled with Trump to Iowa on Air Force One. But is Sternberg satisfied?

"We'll be putting in legislation to that effect very shortly", he said, drawing enthusiastic applause from an audience of about 6,000 people, according to an estimate by the U.S.

Clearly feeling comfortable again surrounded by thousands of supporters in a GOP-friendly state, the president ticked off what he views as a list of accomplishments.


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