Politics - CBSNews.com 7 April 2018

Trump says DOJ is "slow walking" congressional document requests

"What does the Department of Justice and FBI have to hide?" President Trump tweeted Saturday afternoon

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Trump: "We are sealing up our southern border"

Texas and Arizona are sending troops to the Mexican border

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Even in gun country, Democrats shift towards gun control

Is it possible to be a pro-gun Democrat in 2018?

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House Oversight Committee reviewing Scott Pruitt condo agreement

The Environmental Protection Agency head is under scrutiny over multiple ethics questions

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Will Blake Farenthold reimburse taxpayers for $84K harassment settlement?

The Texas Republican pledged in December to pay the money back

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Trump sons' Dubai trip costs taxpayers at least $73,000

That doesn't include airfare for Secret Service agents, advance costs or any overtime pay

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Trump begins initial preparation for possible Mueller interview

Such informal preparation is not unexpected, since President Trump's personal attorneys have been negotiating over a possible interview with the special counsel

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Congressman pulls out loaded gun at constituent meeting

South Carolina Republican Rep. Ralph Norman said he will display his gun at future meetings, too

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EPA spent millions on security for embattled chief Scott Pruitt: Report

An EPA spokesman said Pruitt has faced an "unprecedented" number of death threats against him and his family

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White House sends mixed signals on trade fight

Mr. Trump left it unclear whether he was bluffing or willing to risk a long trade dispute between the world's two biggest economies

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How will John Bolton change Trump's policy on Russia?

Gabriel Debenedetti, national correspondent at New York Magazine, joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how President Trump's new National Security Adviser, John Bolton, will handle Russia, China's response to Mr. Trump's latest tariff threats and how the potential of a trade war with China could affect midterm elections.

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New sanctions target Vladimir Putin's inner circle

The White House is ordering new sanctions on Russians over Kremlin cyber-attacks against the U.S. and attempts to meddle in the U.S. election. The Treasury Department is targeting seven oligarchs with ties to Vladimir Putin, 17 government officials, and a dozen Russian companies. Paula Reid reports.

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Eye Opener: Stocks slide on new trade threats

Fears of a looming trade war send Wall Street reeling. Also, the defense secretary approves paying for thousands of National Guard troops to stop illegal immigration down south. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

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Rep. Blake Farenthold resigns

The Texas congressman used $84,000 in taxpayer funds to settle a sexual harassment claim

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