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ABC News(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump took aim at the Freedom Caucus Thursday morning in a tweet, saying that it will do damage to the Republican Party.

Members of the caucus helped play a key role in the decision not to bring the GOP health care bill to a vote in the House last week.

“The Freedom Caucus will hurt the entire Republican agenda if they don’t get on the team, & fast. We must fight them, & Dems, in 2018!” Trump tweeted Thursday morning.

The Freedom Caucus will hurt the entire Republican agenda if they don’t get on the team, & fast. We must fight them, & Dems, in 2018!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 30, 2017

“The president’s tweet speaks for itself. We don’t have anything to add at this time,” according to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House principal deputy press secretary.

Last week, press secretary Sean Spicer would not explicitly state whether the president would campaign against those who didn’t support the health care bill.

This is not the first time that Trump has criticized the group. He criticized its members on social media two days after the bill was shelved.

“Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!” he wrote on March 26.

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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation(NEW YORK) — Edward Smart has an appreciation for what the family of Elizabeth Thomas — the Tennessee teen allegedly kidnapped by former teacher Tad Cummins — is going through.

After all, his daughter Elizabeth Smart was abducted in 2002 at the age of 15 at knifepoint from her Salt Lake City home by street preacher Brian David Mitchell. Elizabeth testified in court that Mitchell terrorized her with almost daily rapes and the constant threat of killing her if she tried to escape. After nine months, though, Elizabeth was rescued after she was spotted in public with Mitchell.

“You just can’t even imagine what’s going through a young girl’s head at this point at time,” Edward Smart told ABC affiliate WKRN-TV in Nashville, Tennessee. “Regardless of what Elizabeth Thomas’s situation might have started out to be it could be very different at this point.”

An Amber Alert for Thomas was issued on March 15.

The exact circumstances of 15-year-old Thomas’ disappearance and her relationship with 50-year-old Cummins are still murky, but Smart says a common denominator is the manipulation of these teens by these older men.

“In our Elizabeth’s case they got her to this mindset where she believed that if she did anything they didn’t want her to do that they would come and kill her family,” Smart said. “Manipulation is what controls them.”

Smart says the return of Thomas will depend on the media’s coverage of her disappearance.

“I just don’t think you can hope to find your child without the media and the coverage because without them you cannot engage the public and get them to help you find her,” he said. “It’s going to come down to the public seeing something, seeing her or seeing him.”

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David Park(LOS ANGELES) — A California man who witnessed his friend and fellow motorcyclist veer off the side of a highway and fall down a cliff told Good Morning America in an interview that aired Thursday about the near-death incident.

“I thought he was dead,” David Park, who captured the entire incident on his GoPro, told ABC News. “I don’t know what’s down there, maybe it’s a 50-foot drop, maybe there’s rocks down there, I don’t know what’s down there.”

Remarkably, Park’s friend, who wished to only go by his first name, Willi, sustained only a shoulder injury in his fall and has since been released from the hospital.

Park told ABC News that they were motorcycling through the Angeles National Forest in Arcadia, California, on Sunday, when the near-death experience took place.

“You really have to think about it, and digest it, to really accept the fact that: How can a person walk away with a fractured shoulder from this?” Park said.

Park added that Willy’s bike got caught in a tree as he fell down off the side of the road, but Willy kept falling. Park said they had no cell service, so he asked another motorcyclist to drive down the highway and call 911. The California Highway Patrol responded to the incident and Willy was airlifted to a medical treatment center, according to Park.

Park said that Willy “only remembers the point of impact and then waking up seeing my face.”

Despite the fall, Park said Willy maintained that he is going to get back on his bike when he recovers.

“Willy’s got a pretty strong spirit,” Park said. “Once he heals up he said he’s going to continue riding motorcycles, but I don’t think he’s going to be coming back up here anytime soon.”

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ABC News(NEW YORK) — Actress Chandra Wilson, who plays a doctor on ABC’s long-running hit drama Grey’s Anatomy, opened up about her family’s real-life medical saga in an interview with Good Morning America that aired Thursday.

Wilson, who has played Dr. Miranda Bailey on Grey’s Anatomy for the past 13 seasons, described the uncertainty and fear she faced when her daughter, Sarina McFarlane, 23, first became ill as a teenager.

The Emmy-nominated actress said her daughter became afflicted with nausea, vomiting and crippling abdominal pain. McFarlane’s mysterious illness baffled doctors, and Wilson said they went nearly 10 months before she finally got a diagnosis — cyclic vomiting syndrome, or CVS, a neurological disorder characterized by a series of prolonged attacks of severe nausea and vomiting, with no apparent cause.

“It presented itself like a real bad case of food poisoning,” Wilson explained. “It didn’t go away for four or five days so because of that we went to the ER.”

Wilson said emergency room doctors hydrated her daughter but none of the tests showed it was anything different.

“A month later, the exact same presentation happened and this was month after month after month for 10 months,” she said.

Wilson kept a running log of her daughter’s symptoms in multiple, 5-inch thick binders to note any progress or changes and to streamline the often-arduous check-in process at hospitals.

“I started looking for patterns,” Wilson said. “When you are the parent of someone who is a chronic pain sufferer, you end up creating these binders for all of the hospital stays so you can keep track of every visit and any new thing that comes out.”

Dr. Richards Boles, medical director at Courtagen Life Sciences — a medical facility that specializes in genetic testing to find solutions for complicated neurological and metabolic diseases — said McFarlane could have suffered years had it not been for her mom’s tenacity.

“Serena was lucky because of the care and persistence of her mother,” Boles said. “Most patients go many years without a diagnosis.”

“The name gave us a direction to go in,” Wilson said of receiving the diagnosis. “And it put us in a community of other people that seriously were going through the exact same thing stage by stage.”

Motivated by her daughter’s condition, the Grey’s Anatomy star went one step further and directed an episode that mirrored her own scramble for a diagnosis for this mysterious disease.

“Being able to be on Grey’s Anatomy with all of those people able to watch it and hear it and say, ‘Oh my God. That’s what that is. I’ve heard of that. That’s my kid. That’s my husband. That’s my aunt,'” Wilson said. “That means so much because I just remember what it meant to us.”

She added, “[If] that’s something that I can do sitting in this chair on the set, then my daughter has said, ‘Go ahead. Go and do that.'”

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ABC/Eddie Chen(LAS VEGAS) — Matt Damon reports that his buddy, Ben Affleck is doing “fantastic” following his stint in rehab for alcohol addiction.

During an appearance at CinemaCon in Las Vegas to promote his new film, Suburbicon, on Tuesday, Damon told Entertainment Tonight, that Affleck is “with the kids now” and “couldn’t be happier.”

Matt says Ben is “Mr. Mom-ing it right now,” while his estranged wife, Jennifer Garner, is in Atlanta filming her upcoming movie, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, adding, “and that’s what he wants to be doing.”

Affleck is “lucky” to be surrounded by such a solid group of guys, says The Great Wall star. “I have a good group of friends…We always keep track of each other and look out for each other.”

Earlier this month, Affleck, 44, announced that he successfully completed a rehab program.

Suburicon, co-written and directed by another Damon pal, George Clooney, and co-starring Josh Brolin and Julianne Moore, opens nationwide in November.

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Getty Images/Sunset Boulevard(LOS ANGELES) — Angelina Jolie volunteered to undergo random drug tests in order to get the part as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider, according to excerpts of a new book published by The Hollywood Reporter.

Jolie wanted the role, and director Simon West wanted her for it. But according to the book — a biography of Sherry Lansing, former Paramount CEO and the first woman to head a Hollywood studio — Jolie’s reputation, rumors about her relationship with her brother and about drug use, made the studio unsure.

“She said: ‘Look, I want to do it, but I know what my reputation is, and I’ll do anything you want to prove that I’m worthy,” West is quoted as saying in the excerpt. “She said, ‘I don’t care if the studio wants to drug test me every day.'”

A former Paramount exec says the star in fact underwent random urine and blood tests before landing the part.

But even after she got the role, the studio was concerned about Jolie, the book alleges.

A member of the movie’s production crew is quoted as saying that a team was put together, “to give her spiritual and psychological support” during the filming. But, the book alleges, the studio balked when director West wanted to hire a health expert who wanted the actress to take milk baths, and practice yoga and meditation as part of her preparation for the role.

The book, Leading Lady: Sherry Lansing and the Making of a Hollywood Groundbreaker, by author Stephen Galloway, is due April 25.

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iStock/Thinkstock(CONCAN, Texas) — Thirteen people died on Wednesday in a head-on collision between a church bus and a pickup truck in Concan, Texas, officials said.

Two other people were injured in the accident, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

DPS said that the bus was carrying congregants from the First Baptist Church in New Braunfels, Texas at a little after noon, when the accident occurred.

The bus, which was carrying 14 people, was returning to New Braunfels from a Baptist encampment neat Lakey, Texas, where members were attending a Bible study, according to the church.

Police said the driver was the sole occupant of the truck.

The National Transportation Safety Board tweeted Wednesday night, “The NTSB is investigating today’s highway accident in Concan, Texas.”

The NTSB is investigating today’s highway accident in Concan, Texas.

— NTSB_Newsroom (@NTSB_Newsroom) March 29, 2017

The First Baptist Church also posted an acknowledgement of the incident on their Facebook page.

“We have received word that the bus carrying our senior adults back from their retreat was involved in an accident,” the post reads. “We understand there have been some fatalities, but we do not yet know who. All activities for tonight are cancelled. The Sanctuary will be open this evening for prayer and support. Please be in prayer for all involved.”

A subsequent Facebook post read, “We are ministering to family members to help them deal with this tragedy. Counselors will be on hand at the church tomorrow. If you’re a Christian, you can pray for those who lost their loved ones and for the church family.”

DPS: 12 killed, 3 injured in bus crash involving New Braunfels church https://t.co/4HfXwDzjUH #KSATnews pic.twitter.com/n9Mi85PiPd

— KSAT 12 (@ksatnews) March 30, 2017

Texas Gov. Greg Abbot said in a statement, “Cecilia and I extend our deepest condolences to the victims and the families of those involved in today’s tragic event. We are saddened by the loss of life and our hearts go out to all those affected. We thank the first responders working on the scene in the wake of this unimaginable tragedy, and ask that all Texans join us in offering their thoughts and prayers.”

And Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick tweeted, “Our thoughts & prayers are with the family & friends of those killed in deadly crash near Garner State Park.”

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NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — New red flags about Jared Kushner’s business dealings have emerged with his recent disclosure of a December meeting he held with the chief of a Russian development bank, leading Democratic lawmakers tell ABC News.

“Mr. Kushner needs to come clean and be fully transparent with the public — immediately — about all of the businesses that he continues to profit from while he serves in the White House,” Rep. Elijah Cummings, the ranking Democrat on the House Oversight Committee, told ABC News.

Kushner, 36, who is married to Ivanka Trump, played a central role in his father-in-law’s 2016 campaign and has since taken a job as one of President Trump’s senior advisors. He had already faced questions about a December meeting he held with the Russian ambassador when reports surfaced this week about a second contact. The White House confirmed that Kushner met in December with Sergei Gorkov of VneshEconomBank, or VEB Bank, at the suggestion of the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. But the substance of the previously undisclosed meeting remains something of a mystery.

A senior White House official said the conversation was “general and inconsequential” and that Kushner took the meeting as part of his campaign role of interfacing with foreign dignitaries. But the bank described the discussion to ABC News as a “negotiation” in which “the parties discussed the business practices applied by foreign development banks, as well as most promising business lines and sectors.”

The December meeting came as the Kushner real estate firm was in the midst of what it has described in public statements as “active, advanced negotiations … with a number of potential investors” about the redevelopment of the New York City skyscraper it owns at 666 Fifth Avenue.

On Nov. 16, Kushner dined with executives from the China-based Anbang Insurance Group to discuss a potential $4 billion redevelopment of the New York tower – a deal that reportedly fell apart this week, according to published reports. The rumored venture prompted a letter from Congressional Democrats who expressed concern about the company’s entanglements with the Chinese government, and about continued uncertainty about the extent to which Kushner had separated himself from the family real estate business he had until recently overseen.

“Even if Mr. Kushner has in fact divested from 666 Fifth Avenue, it appears his immediate family stands to benefit from a deal with Anbang, potentially violating federal ethics laws that bar ‘[a]n employee [from using] his public office for his own private gain … or for the private gain of friends, relatives, or persons with whom the employee is affiliated in a nongovernmental capacity,'” said the March 24 letter signed by Cummings and Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.), Tom Carper (Del.), Sherrod Brown (Ohio) and Gary Peters (Mich.).

To date, neither Kushner nor the family real estate firm has explained the nature of the meeting with VEB Bank. An official representing the Kushner firm responded to ABC News’ questions Wednesday evening saying Kushner was the only executive from his family’s real estate firm to attend.

“VEB is not providing financing, lending, or any other services to Kushner Companies,” the company official said.

The bank would not make a conventional choice as a business partner as it is operating under the shroud of U.S. sanctions imposed after Russian incursions into Ukraine. Adding to the troubling optics of the meeting, Democrats said, was the recent involvement of a senior VEB Bank executive in a bungled Russian spy ring in New York. In May, a VEB executive named Evgeny Buryakov was sentenced to 30 months in prison for gathering intelligence for the Russian Federation as an agent under non official cover, known as a “NOC.”

Senators overseeing the Russia investigation have already said they expect to ask Kushner about the meeting when he appears before the Intelligence Committee. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) told ABC News he also wants Kushner to share more details about the meeting so the public can understand its nature and purpose.

“Mounting evidence implicates the Trump inner circle in possible collusion with Russian meddling,” Blumenthal said. “The Trump White House seems increasingly to be an ethically flawed mix of family businesses, special interests, and foreign interference, putting private gain over public interest.”

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iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — It appears to be a tale of two Russian investigations.

There is the probe in the House Intelligence Committee that has been publicly marred by controversy over the actions of the chairman, Devin Nunes, R-Calif., once a member of the Trump transition team, and his wrangling with Democratic counterpart, Adam Schiff, D-Calif.

Then there is the Senate, where, by contrast Wednesday, the leaders of that body’s Intelligence Committee presented a united front as they shared details of their ongoing inquiry into Russian interference, including possible collusion with a campaign, and vowed to “get to the bottom of this.”

The probes, which are running simultaneously with an FBI investigation into potential collusion between Trump associates and Russian officials, represent a critical juncture in the nascent administration.

The investigations have split lawmakers largely along party lines, with the GOP honing in on leaks of classified information and the “unmasking” of Americans within the intelligence community and Democrats emphasizing Russian meddling in the presidential election.

Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Vice-Chairman Mark Warner, D-Va., appeared together at a Capitol Hill press conference Wednesday and defined the scope of their committee’s work.

“An outside foreign adversary effectively sought to hijack our most critical democratic process, the election of a president, and in that process, decided to favor one candidate over another,” said Warner. “We’re here to assure you, and more importantly, the American people who are watching and listening, that we will get to the bottom of this.”

“This is one of the biggest investigations that the Hill has seen in my tenure here,” said Burr.

Warner’s invocation of his and Burr’s long-standing working relationship during their appearance and shared “concern about what the Russians have done and continue to do around the world” stood in stark contrast to the current fracture at the top of the House Intelligence Committee where Nunes is being questioned about his impartiality, willingness to share information and methods in acquiring intelligence.

Since it was revealed Monday that Nunes traveled to the White House grounds last week in order to meet with a source who provided him with information that Americans were swept up in foreign surveillance efforts — details about which he later briefed the press and the president on before consulting his committee — a number of congressional leaders, and even one Republican, have called from his recusal from the investigation.

Nunes has refused to remove himself, a stance backed by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

On Tuesday, Nunes cancelled all of this week’s House Intelligence Committee meetings. The next day he said his committee has to hear from FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Mike Rogers behind closed doors before the investigation can proceed, but a committee spokesperson said Schiff wouldn’t sign the letter inviting Comey back to the Hill.

Schiff told CNN he expected to meet with Nunes Thursday. “We do need to get to the bottom of it. Otherwise there will be this permanent cloud hanging over our investigation,” he said.

The intelligence leaders on the Senate side gave no indication Wednesday that they are facing any of the same cooperative difficulties. Burr — himself an adviser on Trump’s campaign who said his Intelligence Committee work “overrides any personal beliefs that I have or loyalties” he has — ticked off a lengthy list of steps the committee is taking in its probe, including 20 interview requests that “may turn into private and public hearings.”

“The staff has been provided an unprecedented amount of documents,” said Burr. “Those documents include documents that, up to this point, have only been shared with the Gang of Eight [party and intelligence committee leaders] and staff directors on the house and senate side.”

Nunes has yet to share the information he viewed on the White House grounds with members of his committee, though he indicated that he would like to. He apologized last week for how he shared the news of surveillance of Americans of which Trump said made him feel “somewhat” vindicated.

Burr and Warner lauded the diligence of their committee and its bipartisan nature in their remarks and noted that the intelligence community “has been very cooperative.” Warner cautioned, however, against the spread of misleading details, not just in Washington but through the public via social media.

“The very technology that has made our lives simpler can be misused in ways to put false information for folks who potentially only get their news off a Twitter feed or a Facebook news feed,” said Warner. “And that raises serious questions, even beyond this investigation.”

The breadth of the inquiry led both senators to comment upon the amount of time it could take, with Warner saying that “getting it right is more important than getting it done quickly.” Burr added that while the investigation is at this stage, it is too soon for anyone to assume definitive outcomes. White House press secretary Sean Spicer has consistently insisted that there is “no connection” between the administration and Russia.

“It would be crazy to try to draw conclusions from where we are in the investigation,” said Burr, responding to whether the committee could “definitively rule out” whether there was “coordination between Trump officials and Russian officials during the election.”

Moving forward, the senators gave an optimistic estimation of the final outcome of their work, pledging to keep the public abreast of developments and further reinforcing their commitment.

“I have confidence in Richard Burr that we together, with the members of our committee are going to get to the bottom of this,” said Warner. “And if you get nothing else from today, take that statement to the bank.”

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ABC News(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump has repeatedly sparked outrage among women since he entered the political fray in the 2016 race.

On one hand, he has garnered praise from some corners for promoting women to top positions within his company and to certain positions within his Cabinet, and can count women such as Kellyanne Conway, his former campaign manager, among his closest advisers.

On the other, he has drawn fire for his comments over the years, including a tape that surfaced just before the election that showed him bragging about groping women, for which he later apologized.

He also faced criticism for a lack of women in key positions in his administration, taking actions during his presidency that some say are detrimental to women’s interests and appearing in pictures surrounded by men at forums and executive order signings.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer praised the work that Trump has done for women before his appearance at an event focused on women’s empowerment this afternoon.

“Women’s History Month is coming to an end, but the Trump administration is committed to empowering women in the workplace. The work that we started this month will not end at the end of this month, but will continue,” Spicer said.

Here is a review of the clearest actions affecting women that have been taken by the Trump administration during the first 69 days of his presidency.

Taking action on abortion and women’s health

On what Trump considered the first full day of work, Jan. 24, the president issued an executive memorandum reinstating the Mexico City policy, which bars federal funding for overseas groups that provide access to or counseling about abortions.

Introduced by President Ronald Reagan at a United Nations conference in Mexico City in 1984, the policy was dubbed the “Global Gag Rule” by abortion-rights groups.

The policy, which has been heavily criticized by Democrats, has been rescinded and reinstated multiple times since its inception.

Aside from the executive memorandum, the other ways in which the Trump administration would change health care for women were stalled with the decision not to vote on the American Health Care Act last week.

If the health care plan had been adopted, Planned Parenthood effectively would have been stripped of Medicaid clients and largely defunded, and individuals would have been banned from using their federal tax credits on plans that covered abortions, an incentive to insurance companies to stop offering the procedure.

Also, over the next few years, certain “essential health benefits,” which currently include maternity care, would no longer be covered by Medicaid.

Photos showing Trump during signings and appearances related to women’s issues have raised some eyebrows.

When he signed the Mexico City policy and when Trump and Vice President Mike Pence met with Republican leaders about the health care plan on March 23, pictures showed Trump surrounded only by men. One photo that was tweeted by Cliff Sims, a special assistant to Trump, from the March 23 meeting shows that Conway was in the room, but the photo that Pence chose to share from the same meeting showed 25 men and no women.

Focus on working women

Trump has participated in several roundtable discussions about female entrepreneurs and women-run businesses. The issue is one known to be close to his daughter Ivanka’s heart as well.

The topic was discussed at a meeting with women entrepreneurs with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Feb. 13 and earlier this week, Trump hosted a roundtable with women small business owners on Monday March 27.

“Empowering and promoting women in business is an absolute priority in the Trump administration because I know how crucial women are as job creators, role models, and leaders all throughout our communities,” he said at the event.

He has also spoken about other issues that directly relate to women at various points in his presidency — including his joint address to Congress on Feb. 28 — though he has yet to take action on all of the issues in question.

“My administration wants to work with members of both parties to make childcare accessible and affordable, to help ensure new parents that they have paid family leave to invest in women’s health, and to promote clean air and clean water, and to rebuild our military and our infrastructure,” he said.

Paid family leave, women’s health issues and the promotion of clean air and water are issues that Ivanka Trump addressed during the campaign or met with experts about during the transition.

During her address to the Republican National Convention, Ivanka Trump said: “As President, my father will change the labor laws that were put into place at a time when women were not a significant portion of the workforce. And he will focus on making quality childcare affordable and accessible for all.”

Women in the White House

Conway, who became the first female campaign manager of a winning presidential campaign when Trump won, touted Trump’s “natural affinity” for “promoting and elevating women.”

“I believe that Donald Trump is someone who is not fully understood for how compassionate and what a great boss he is to women. He has been promoting — he has been promoting and elevating women in the Trump Corporation — in the Trump campaign, in the Trump Cabinet, certainly in the Trump White House. It’s just a very natural affinity for him,” she said.

While she is arguably the most prominent woman advising the president now, Conway and Ivanka Trump are the female figures who appear with Trump the most.

Until now, Ivanka Trump did not have a formal title in the administration but did recently have security clearance approved, received a government-issued communication device and an office on the second floor of the West Wing.

On Thursday, she released a statement announcing that she will have the title of special assistant to the president but will not receive a salary.

First lady Melania Trump decided to stay in New York through their son Barron Trump’s school year, and she has only spoken at a handful of events since her husband took office including this morning, when she spoke about women’s empowerment at the State Department.

The first lady also hosted the International Women’s Day Luncheon on March 8.

Trump also counts among his close advisers Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the deputy press secretary, Katie Walsh, the deputy chief of staff, Hope Hicks, director of strategic communications and Dina Powell, the deputy national security adviser.

Trump was criticized earlier in his term for what some said was a lack of diversity among his Cabinet. Trump picked four women for cabinet-level positions — Betsy DeVos (Education), Nikki Haley (U.N. Ambassador), Linda McMahon (Small Business Administration) and Elaine Chao (Transportation) — which is the lowest number of women since George W. Bush’s first cabinet, though he went on to appoint Condoleezza Rice as his secretary of State in his second term.

By contrast, Barack Obama had seven women in Cabinet-level positions at the start of his presidency and Bill Clinton had six; George H.W. Bush had two and Ronald Reagan had one.

For his part, Trump is proud of the women on his team.

“My Cabinet is full of really incredible women leaders,” Trump said Wednesday.

“I’m so proud that the White House and our administration is filled with so many women of such incredible talent,” he said.

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