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Donald Trump flees to Camp David after supporting Iran and immigration



"I am in Camp David and work on many things, including Iran!" he tweeted on Saturday.

Neither came members of the Cabinet of the President nor his chief of staff. MEP Mulvaney, Trump's deputy chief of staff, joined the group late Saturday night and flew back on Marine One Sunday after attending the president's nearby golf club. And although Trump said that several Iran meetings were on the agenda, his national security adviser was in Jerusalem and his foreign minister was preparing for a trip to Brussels. The outgoing acting defense minister was to hand over power to the incoming acting defense minister on Sunday at midnight.

Several aides said there was no clear purpose for the trip beyond a necessary break from the White House. The only clue to the president's activities was a morning tweet that greeted the service on that day ̵

1; no regular Sunday activity for Trump.

The White House declined to read out the president's views and activities. Also no communication staff member joined the president for the trip.

Confrontation with Iran

  Inside Trump's decision in Iran: I really watched him torture this Inside Trump decision in Iran. I really watched him torture himself about this matter. For days, Trump's national security team had been aggressively retaliating after Iran shot down a US military drone. His immigration officials promoted a summary of undocumented families with deportation orders. And his chief of staff, who had recently coughed in the middle of a network interview, annoyed him. </div>
<p>  But Trump was pleased with the recognition he received after he decided to resist his advisers and not attack Iran. Several people who spoke with him said that he would receive great reviews. And he had just made a phone call from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, asking him to stop the deportation raids. </p>
<p>  Trump, who was proud to negotiate frequently with Democrats against the advice of his aides, later announced that he was delaying the immigration operation. </p>
<p>  Trump liked to go his own way and literally left the city. Almost alone, the President left Washington and went to the rustic presidential cabins in the Woods of Maryland. </p>
<p>  "We'll meet and work a lot," he told reporters on Saturday at South Lawn, adding, "We have a series of meetings and, above all, a series of very well networked phone calls. We have a great phone system up there. In fact, the president can rely on cutting-edge communication systems almost everywhere he travels, including Camp David The White House declined to settle his calls made this weekend. </p><div><script async src=

The load Minute trip ended after days of argument over how to respond to the overthrow of a US drone by Iran Trump decided not to strike alone after expressing his skepticism towards the advice of his own advisers, while following the advice of external voices, such as Fox News presenter Tucker Carlson.

Over the last three days, Trump has expressed public confidence in Bolton, who fiercely fights for military action against the drone Iran, but in the same breath Trump lamented the Iraq war that Bolton helped the architect chen he repeatedly told the consultants that Bolton is very involved in military conflicts to.

More than Bolton's hawkish tendencies, Trump hates the impression of being controlled by his adjutants – especially in foreign affairs issues, which he views as the president of his duties, for people who speak with him.

"John Bolton does a very good job but generally takes a tough stance," Trump said Saturday. "But I have other people who do not take that attitude, but the only one who counts is me."

Nevertheless, the hawks whose advice Trump rejected this week have barely given up their fight. On Sunday, Bolton said in Israel, "Neither Iran nor any other enemy actor should confuse US caution and discretion with weakness."

Finally he said: "Stay tuned."

Reversal of immigration

  Trump delays ICE raids by two weeks to see if Congress can find a solution.

Bolton, however, was not the only adviser he disagreed with. Trump also rejected the advice of one of his favorite cabinet secretaries, Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo, who had called for a tough line against Iran, but later stated that he was open to all options as soon as the president resigned. For a long time, Pompeo has reservations about following Bolton in West Wing departments, according to a person familiar with his way of thinking.

At the same time, Trump has started questioning the recommendations of immigration hardliners who have been working to orchestrate a tough stance on immigrant families as soap. His acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan left the West Wing frustrated on Friday after a long meeting that did not end well, and later retired from a planned weekend appearance at Fox News. People who are familiar with the dynamics of the West Wing do not expect McAleenan to stay in the job much longer.

Trump has also kept his incumbent Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney at bay, far less talked to him than to his two former chiefs of staff, and openly expressed his disgust at a behavior that he considered inappropriate in a national television interview.

] People close to Trump and Mulvaney have illustrated the unusual moment in an interview with ABC News, in which an irritated Trump asked for an answer after Mulvaney's cough. While Mulvaney is trusted by important members of Trump's Inner Circle, the two men have little chemistry and interact less frequently than during other Chiefs of Staff's terms. After more than six months in office, Mulvaney retains the "drama" title, which he downplayed in interviews as a mere formality.

Yet, Mulvaney is not one of those closest to the president, a distinction more and more reserved for those who have stayed with him the longest.

Scavino, who came to Camp David this weekend and posted a photo of a presidential pool table from the Catoctin mountainside on Instagram, is among a dwindling number of West Wing employees with longtime ties to the presidential election campaign or the early days of his presidency.

There will be less of a long-time confidant if press secretary Sarah Sanders steps aside at the end of the week. She is not expected to travel with the President to Japan or South Korea, where he is surrounded by aides, whose foreign policy advice he often ignores in favor of his own.

EXPLANATION – This story has been updated to make it clear that while Mulvaney did not travel to Camp David with Trump on Marine One, he later joined him and returned to Washington with the President.


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