President Donald Trump talks to journalists before boarding Marine One and departing the White House August 02, 2019 in Washington, DC. Trump is traveling to Bedminster, New Jersey, to spend the weekend at his Trump National Golf Club. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

On Friday, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that his first choice for Director of National Intelligence, Republican Representative John Ratcliffe of Texas, decided to remain in Congress.

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One of the most memorable moments during former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's testimony on Wednesday featured Mueller stating that President Donald Trump could be charged for obstruction of justice after leaving office.

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While departing from the White House for a diplomatic mission to Japan, President Donald Trump spoke with the press. When asked for his thoughts on how the multiple investigations into his presidential administration, campaign, businesses and charitable foundation might affect his reelection chances in 2020, the President stated his approval poll numbers were great.

Trump said:

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U.S. President Donald Trump gets into an exchange with Jim Acosta of CNN after giving remarks a day after the midterm elections on November 7, 2018 in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Melissa Chan is a national and foreign affairs reporter with Al Jazeera. She worked as a broadcast correspondent for Al Jazeera America.

Chan also reported from Cuba, Canada, South Korea, North Korea, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Mongolia, Moscow, Jerusalem, Ramallah and Gaza. With Al Jazeera English, Chan served as China correspondent for five years before her expulsion from the authoritarian country in 2012 amidst backlash over the channel's reports.

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CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta tries to ask President Donald Trump a question during a press conference November 7, 2018. (CNN/YouTube)

President Donald Trump made it very clear he hates bad press. Even when facts back the reports about him, he refers to all negative press as "fake news."

Because a free and honest press should report the truth, even if the President in office lies, Trump refers to most of the press as "the enemy of the people." During a Wednesday press conference, the President took his attacks a step further.

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Fox & Friends hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt and Brian Kilmeade on October 30, 2018. (Fox News/YouTube)

The couch at Fox News' Fox & Friends is usually a safe space for President Donald Trump and members of his administration and family. The Trump administration can rely on the hosts to back whatever is said without any pushback or fact-checking.

But occasionally, even the hosts of Fox & Friends feel they need to take the President to task.

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President Donald Trump sits for an interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl at the White House. (CBS/YouTube)

Regret is a normal part of human life. Healthy self reflection inevitably leads to the would have, could have should have reviews of prior words and deeds.

But not for President Donald Trump according to his responses to questions raised by CBS News correspondent Lesley Stahl in a wide ranging 60 Minutes interview with the President aired Sunday.

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