We looked inside some of the tweets by @JenniferJJacobs and here's what we found interesting.
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Netanyahu still hasn’t left DC yet. Left White House and 1:30p and has spent afternoon/evening at Blair House.
Here are eight of the biggest questions and how Attorney General William Barr did -- or didn’t -- answer them in a four-page summary sent to Congress @StevenTDennis @BenBrodyDC https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-25/what-we-learned-and-didn-t-from-barr-s-mueller-summary … via @bpolitics
The Trump campaign is sending this memo to TV producers:
Trump introduced Russia-born Alex Ovechkin, the Washington Capitals’ star. “Where's Ivanka? She's a friend. And she's a tremendous fan. Alexander the Great they call him,” Trump said.
"It's all people wanted to talk about," Trump said of the Washington Capitals' 2018 victory. "I couldn't get them focused on other things that we deal with that are very important."
Rudy Guiliani is among those here in Oval Office as Trump recognizes the Washington Capitals.
The Stanley Cup champion #Caps will visit President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday. How do you feel about this? https://wjla.com/news/local/washington-capitals-set-to-visit-trump-at-white-house …
The White House visit by the Washington Capitals, the 2018 Stanley Cup champs, is now open to the pool.
Netanyahu just left the White House after 90 minutes here. He and Trump posed for a bit on the driveway outside the West Wing with the Golan Heights presidential proclamation. (That makes *five* photo ops together during the Israeli prime minister’s short visit).
WOW - @ABC @JoshMargolin reading Avenatti indictment: Last week, Avenatti & (unnamed co-conspirator) spoke by telephone with attorneys for Nike & threatened that, if his demands were not met "I'll go take $10 billion dollars off your client's market cap. I'm not fucking around.”
Michael Avenatti, lawyer to Stormy Daniels and one-time presidential hopeful, has been charged by federal prosecutors with attempting to extort millions of dollars out of Nike Inc. by threatening to release damaging info about the company.
Attorney General William Barr is scheduled to appear at a House Appropriations panel meeting April 9, an appearance that was previously scheduled on DOJ 2020 budget request..
AG testimony April 9.
.@realDonaldTrump holds up a signed proclamation recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks with Jared Kushner and other officials. @jaredkushner
JUST IN: Federal prosecutors announce charges against @MichaelAvenatti, alleging he tried to extort Nike, threatening to release damaging about the company, if Nike didn't agree to pay millions to him and a client.
NEW: Trump has retribution and score-settling on his mind.
I asked the president if he’s thinking about pardoning anyone. "No,” he said, Oval with Netanyahu. “I haven't.” “Haven’t thought about it.”
I asked Netanyahu if President Trump’s support will help him get re-elected. @Netanyahu heard me and looked at me with a slight smile on his face, but wouldn't answer. Trump gave a big grin at that, though, and winked.
TRUMP: “People that’ve done such harm to our country...Those people will certainly be looked at. I've been looking at them for a long time and I'm saying why haven't they been looked at. They lied to Congress. Many of them. You know who they are. They've done so many evil things”
BREAKING: “Up to the attorney general. Wouldn’t bother me at all,” Trump told us in Oval Office when asked if he wants the release of Mueller report.
Trump declined to answer questions about separation in Jerusalem, whether Mueller acted honorably or whether he wants Barr to release the Mueller report. “We’re talking about this right now,” Trump said.
Trump says he’s signing a presidential proclamation recognizing Israel’s absolute right to defend itself.