Turkey's president comes to Washington, but it's his bodyguards who leave a mark. Vladimir Putin says he can prove President Trump did not give secrets to Russia. And it's a pilgrimage of sorts as Donald Trump prepares to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican.
When the White House says something, America and the world take note. But the president says that with so much going on, we can’t expect his spokespeople to be on the same page. Whom then do we believe? And can the White House close the credibility gap?
- Jen Psaki Former White House communications director and State Department spokesperson under President Obama
- Mary Kate Cary Senior fellow for presidential studies at the University of Virginia's Miller Center; former White House speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush and spokesperson for U.S. Attorney General William Barr
- Susan Glasser Chief international affairs columnist, Politico
- John Harwood Chief Washington correspondent, CNBC; reporter, The New York Times
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