Media continue attacking Trump despite his week of accomplishments and strong economic growth

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If Ronald Reagan was the "Teflon president," Donald Trump must be the Incredible Hulk president. By week's end, President Trump was crowing about how the U.S. gross domestic product grew at an annualized rate of 4.1 percent in the second quarter of this year – the highest growth rate in four years. One Los Angeles-based anchor called President Trump "the worst ruler in history," skipping supervillains from Hitler and Stalin to Mao and Mussolini. Actual Good News: The media have pressed President Trump hard on the economy, which has always been his ace in the hole. Even The New York Times headlined the good news: "Economy Hits a High Note, and Trump Takes a Bow."You'd almost never know the paper hated Trump so much.

Trump team preparing economic plan as part of Mideast peace proposal: official

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A long-awaited Middle East peace plan from the Trump administration will include what the White House is calling a robust economic plan to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, an official has said. U.S. President Donald Trump's envoys are also working on the most detailed set of proposals to date for the overall plan, the White House official said in a briefing with reporters on Monday. The White House has offered few details on a peace plan that has drawn widespread skepticism even before its unveiling. The Trump team has studied past efforts as a guidepost to the future, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. ADVERTISEMENTThe official said the Trump plan would be the most detailed package of solutions ever offered and that some finishing touches were being put on the main proposals and economic plans.

Trump team preparing economic plan as part of Mideast peace proposal: official

Trump touts economic growth, but it hasn't lifted his support — or his party's election prospects

referring to But Trump's week also included: Picking fights with what he calls "fake news," including by having a CNN reporter barred from an event after asking questions he didn't like. Divisive rhetoric about immigration at rally-like appearances, while his administration struggled to meet a court deadline for reuniting migrant children separated from their parents at the southern border. Plans to possibly yank security clearances from senior Obama and Bush administration officials, for criticizing Trump on television. And an ongoing drip of revelations related to criminal investigations of the president's campaign and former associates.

Trump economic adviser: Growth is sustainable

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Trump economic adviser: Growth is sustainable

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