Thousands of U.S. troops to stop an "invasion" of migrants. Tent cities for asylum seekers. An end to birthright citizenship. These are just a few of the president's hard-line immigration declarations.
Federal Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson ruled that the president exceeded his authority in issuing three recent executive orders that undermine federal employees' collective bargaining rights.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals also says there isn't enough evidence to support a nationwide ban on the executive order and sends the case back to the lower court.
The first lady engages with children, mostly from Guatemala, in classrooms at Texas facility a day after the president eases his policy on separation of migrant families.
Officials said refugee applications from 11 unnamed nations will be judged on a case-by-case basis.
Hours after signing an executive order that is expected to drive up insurance costs, the president takes another step toward dismantling the Affordable Care Act.
The president directs his administration to rewrite federal rules, saying "we are moving toward lower costs and more options" in the insurance market.
Numerous advocacy groups threatened legal action after the president signed the order early Thursday.
Marks, whose speech at a California immigration forum in March went viral, draws parallels between the U.S. today and Germany in the 1930s.
A new executive order, signed by the president on Monday, paves the way for Trump and Congress to "eliminate unnecessary agencies" within the federal government.