Republican congressman continue to get grilled as they face voters angered by the policies of President Trump. As Nancy Cordes reports, some are weighing how much to publicly back the president without jeopardizing their jobs.
President Trump said Thursday that the deportation of undocumented criminals would be a "military operation." But DHS Secretary Kelly said the military would not be used for immigration enforcement. The White House later said Mr. Trump used the term as an adjective to describe precision.
President Trump is hearing protests for reversing the Obama administration's order that transgender students at public schools must be allowed to use bathrooms based on the gender they identify with. The Trump administration says the policy should be decided at a state level. Major Garrett reports.
The New York Times is running a new national ad campaign asking, "How do we arrive at the truth?" The campaign is not related to the Trump administration, but it does follow the president's repeated criticism of the Times. New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the role of the media during the Trump presidency.
A CBS News poll finds 51 percent of Americans disapprove of President Trump, while 39 percent approve. Meanwhile, lawmakers on recess faced angry constituents in their home districts and got an earful over Trump administration policies. Nancy Cordes reports.
A high-level U.S. delegation is trying to sell new deportation policies to Mexico. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly want to find common ground on immigration and a border wall. So far, Mexico's leadership is not buying it. Chip Reid reports.