President Trump is spending the weekend at his Florida resort. He will lead a rally in Melbourne, Florida later Saturday. On Friday, Mr. Trump stopped at a Boeing aircraft plant in South Carolina. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
"Indivisible" began as an online guide to resisting the Trump agenda. Now, it's given rise to a growing movement that's making itself heard in Capitol Hill offices and at congressional town hall meetings. Co-founder Ezra Levin joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the group's mission.
During his news conference this week, President Trump blamed what he described as a "bad decision" and a "bad court" for blocking his controversial travel ban. Paula Reid joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the administration's efforts for a revised executive order on immigration, which the president says he will issue next week.
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Sources tell CBS News that there is a "chill" in the transfer of intelligence between agencies and the White House, in part due to President Trump's criticism of the community; Charlotte McCourt, 11, felt compelled to follow Girl Scout law while selling the famous cookies: "I will do my best to be honest."
Sources tell CBS News that there is a "chill" in the transfer of intelligence between agencies and the White House, in part due to President Trump's criticism of the community. CIA Director Mike Pompeo denies his agency is withholding any information. Major Garrett reports.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is unlikely to face charges in connection to his discussions of sanctions with the Russian ambassador to the U.S., sources tell CBS News. Jeff Pegues reports.
Miami-Dade County, Florida, became the first major metropolitan area to drop its sanctuary status for undocumented immigrants after President Trump's pledge to pull federal funding from such areas. As Manuel Bojorquez reports, the move has spread fear and anger.
In President Trump's news conference, he blamed the media, Congress, intelligence agencies and Hillary Clinton for his rough first four weeks in office. As Omar Villafranca reports, that's exactly what his supporters wanted to hear.