President Trump will be speaking to supporters at a rally in New Mexico this evening, and he might address some issues that dominate the news cycle.
Here are some key issues that could be addressed:
Saudi Arabian Oil Facility Attack : Early Saturday morning, coordinated strikes targeted major Saudi Arabian oil facilities, leading to a dramatic escalation of tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia. The Houthi rebels from Yemen claimed responsibility for the attack and said they had carried out the strikes ̵
The Border Wall : The US Department of Defense spends an estimated $ 3.6 billion on military construction funds to help establish Trump's Wall on the US-Mexico border. The projects range from the construction of training and ammunition warehouses to the repair of access roads to the construction of a secondary school in Fort Campbell, Kentucky, as well as an entrance for subway stations in the Pentagon.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh : The New York Times published an excerpt from a new book in which he points out allegations of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh, which he has previously denied. Trump called on his Justice Department on Sunday to "save" Kavanaugh.
Weapons Control Legislation : Trump doubted today that he could agree with the Democrats on arms control, as legislators awaited his proposals to combat deadly shots. After a few shootings in Texas and Ohio in early August, Trump pleaded for an extension of the background check.
Vaping : Trump announced last week to ban almost all flavored vaping products. He said the US Food and Drug Administration will issue "some very strict recommendations" on the use of flavored e-cigarettes in "a few weeks". On Friday, Trump seemed to take on a different tone while steaming: "Although I like the alternative to steaming cigarettes, we need to make sure that this alternative is SAFE for ALL!" the president tweeted. "Let's take counterfeits off the market and keep little children away from vaping!" he added when he mentioned for the first time counterfeit products.