The president's ban on transgender military service was to go into effect Friday
President Trump threatened to veto a bill to fund the government and said the bill does not provide enough money for his border wall, or a fix for DACA, the program that protects immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children. But in the end, Mr. Trump signed it. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
"We will BAN all devices that turn legal weapons into illegal machine guns," President Trump tweeted Friday
The man was allegedly frustrated over marijuana policy, and threatened to get his shotgun, according to court documents
In a nationally broadcast statement from the White House, President Trump addressed the $1.3 trillion spending bill he signed despite threatening a veto hours earlier. In addition to funding the federal government through September, the bill provides $1.6 billion for a southern border wall and $654.6 billion in defense funding. Jeff Glor anchors a CBS News Special Report from New York.
President Trump had threatened to veto the bill, after supporting it, early Friday
President's choice of new national security adviser leaves one ally "a bit surprised," as tension with China likely set to mount