After a White House lunch, President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell strolled to the Rose Garden to bury the hatchet. It was a change in tone from just 90 minutes earlier, when Mr. Trump told his Cabinet that do-nothing Republicans were to blame for his stalled legislative agenda. Major Garrett reports.
West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin says he was horrified to learn that a bill everyone approved made the opioid epidemic worse. It sailed through the Senate last spring with the backing of the Justice Department and members of both parties, so no one in Congress thought to question it. Nancy Cordes reports.
After watching a Congress controlled by his own party fail to muster any major legislative victories, President Trump decided to take matters into his own hands this week. Mr. Trump used an executive order to strip a key provision from the Affordable Care Act and declined to recertify the nuclear deal with Iran. Errol Barnett reports.