'WASHINGTON — President Trump appeared to break with his own administration’s policy on Friday, saying that he was likely to support a legislative proposal to leave the decision to states about whether to legalize marijuana.
Mr. Trump was asked about a new bill introduced by Senator Cory Gardner, Republican of Colorado, and Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts.
“We’re looking at it. But I probably will end up supporting that, yes,” Mr. Trump said to reporters as he departed Washington to attend the Group of 7 summit meeting in Canada.'
QUEBEC CITY — President Donald Trump said late Saturday that he was pulling the U.S. out of the Group of Seven's official statement of common values and accused Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the host of the G-7 conference, of "false statements."
An administration official earlier had said that Trump would join the summit communique. Trump had just left on his way to Singapore for a North Korean nuclear summit when he tweeted that U.S. representatives would not sign it.
'Judge Andrew Napolitano lambasted President Donald Trump’s legal team twice the past two days over the recent "sophomoric" and "absurd" interpretations of law to come from the attorneys.
During an interview with Fox News on Monday, Judge Nap called a "disgrace" the letter that two Trump attorneys sent to special counsel Robert Mueller in January, and on Tuesday he decried why the legal team is even talking about self-pardons in the first place.
And on both days, Napolitano blasted Rudy Giuliani for his "absurd" assertion that Trump could shoot former FBI director James Comey in the Oval Office and not get prosecuted.
"I disagree with Rudy Giuliani and I profoundly disagree with the image he created. Why he would create this image is beyond me," Judge Nap said Tuesday on Fox News’ "Fox and Friends"morning program.
"The image is horrific and demeaning … and it’s wrong on the law," Judge Nap said. "The president would be charged, would be indicted, but the trial wouldn’t happen until after because it is the trial that would take him away from being the president of the United States."
Judge Nap told Fox News’ Martha MacCallum on Monday that for Giuliani to suggest that is "absurd."
Further, Judge Nap said he shares "frustration" with the White House "that we’re even talking about a self-pardon."'