Trump Dining With the Justices? Not Yet

On a relatively quiet Sunday morning, the news exploded across social media: The U.S. Supreme Court would be dining with President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday, according to the White House weekly outlook. By Monday morning, the dinner was off. What happened? The White House blamed scheduling conflicts.

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  • Trump Dining With the Justices? Not Yet

    By Marcia Coyle

    On a relatively quiet Sunday morning, the news exploded across social media: The U.S. Supreme Court would be dining with President Donald Trump at the White House on Thursday, according to the White House weekly outlook. By Monday morning, the dinner was off. What happened? The White House blamed scheduling conflicts.

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