Timeline of the Trump presidency, 2018 Q1

The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the first quarter of 2018. To navigate between quarters, see Timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump.


January 2018[]

Date Events Photos

Week 50[]

Monday, January 1
Tuesday, January 2
Wednesday, January 3
Thursday, January 4
Friday, January 5
Saturday, January 6
  • President Trump tweets that he is a "very stable genius", praising his own "mental stability". Also within the tweet, he says that he became president "on the first try",[24] despite having run as a Reform Party candidate in 2000.[25]
  • President Trump declares that "everyone found that, after a year of study, there's been absolutely no collusion ... between us and the Russians." Meanwhile, the special counsel investigation into such matters are still in progress with no declared findings.[26]

Week 51[]

Monday, January 8
  • President Trump makes an on-field appearance during the National Anthem at the 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship.[27]
  • The Trump administration announces the end in September 2019 to the Temporary Protected Status granted to nearly 200,000 Salvadorans by then-President George W. Bush following the 2001 El Salvador earthquakes.[28]
  • President submits to the Senate 21 re-nominations for judicial posts, including two rated 'not qualified' by the ABA.[29]
  • Vice President Pence describes Fire and Fury as a "book of fiction", while saying he has not read the book and does not intend to.[30]
President Donald Trump on the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Tuesday, January 9
  • President Trump holds a bipartisan meeting with members of Congress discussing the topic of immigration.[31]
  • District judge William Alsup rules that the DACA program must remain in place while litigation continues over the Trump administration's September 5, 2017 decision to end it. On the following morning, Trump describes the US court system as "broken and unfair".[32]
  • Secretary Zinke announces that Florida will be exempted from oil drilling under the new policy announced on January 4.[33]
Wednesday, January 10
  • President Trump describes Senator Dianne Feinstein as "sneaky" and a "disgrace" following her unilateral publication on January 9 of the Simpson testimony of August 2017 concerning research into potential crimes in respect of the 2016 election.[34]
  • President Trump reiterates that he will be reviewing libel law, describing the current law as "a sham and a disgrace".[35]
  • President Trump hosts Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg at the White House for talks and a joint press conference.[36]
Thursday, January 11
  • The Trump administration announces new state guidelines that Medicaid recipients may be required to work or volunteer, or enroll in education.[37]
  • The Washington Post reports that President Trump, in a meeting with Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Dick Durbin (D-IL) regarding immigration law reform, referred to Haiti and African countries as "shithole countries" and expressed preference for immigrants from Norway.[38] On the following day, Trump denies using the term, but said that he used tough language in regards to the countries.[39] Senator Durbin affirmed that Trump had made those remarks.[40]
  • Vice President Pence visits Las Vegas, Nevada, and speaks at nearby Nellis Air Force Base.[41][42]
Friday, January 12
Saturday, January 13

Week 52[]

Monday, January 15
Tuesday, January 16
  • President Trump hosts Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev at the White House for talks and a joint press conference.[53]
  • President Trump's former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon is questioned at a private sitting of the House Intelligence Committee. He is issued with a subpoena during the meeting upon citing executive privilege to refuse questions about the Trump transition and administration, but maintains his refusal.[54][55]
Wednesday, January 17
  • In an Oval Office interview for Reuters, President Trump accuses Russia of harming Chinese/American efforts to solve the ongoing North Korean nuclear crisis.[56]
  • In Touch Weekly publishes excerpts from a 2011 interview with adult-film actress Stormy Daniels alleging a 2006 extramarital affair with Trump. The magazine describes Daniels passing a polygraph and her friend and ex-husband both corroborating the interview.[57]
  • President Trump announces the winners of the "Fake News Awards," despite criticism from Republican senators Jeff Flake and John McCain.[58]
Thursday, January 18
Friday, January 19
  • President Trump states on Twitter that Democratic votes will be needed in the Senate to prevent a government shutdown at midnight. He writes, "but they want illegal immigration and weak borders".[65]
  • German periodical Manager Magazin reports that Deutsche Bank has presented to Germany's financial authority, BaFin, evidence concerning "suspicious money transfers" by White House advisor Jared Kushner. MM reports that this information is due to be handed to Robert Mueller's inquiry.[66] Deutsche Bank on January 22 denies the report, and announces that it is taking legal action.[67]
Saturday, January 20
  • A federal government shutdown begins, after the Senate fails to pass a continuing resolution to maintain funding for the government.[68]
  • Vice President Pence arrives in Cairo, Egypt at the start of a tour of Africa and the Middle East.[69]
  • The second year of the Trump presidency begins.
President Donald Trump on the phone in the Oval Office[70].
Sunday, January 21
  • Vice President Pence meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan in Amman. Abdullah criticizes the US' decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. Pence reaffirms the US' respect towards Jordan's role as the guardian of Jerusalem's Islamic holy sites.[71]

Week 53[]

Monday, January 22
  • During the third day of the federal government shutdown, President Trump accuses the Democratic Party of precipitating the shutdown "in the interests of their far left base".[72][73]
  • President Trump signs a bi-partisan bill, which passed Congress with support from legislators of both parties, officially ending the government shutdown that began three days earlier.[74][75] The bill provides funds until February 8, 2018.[76]
  • Vice President Pence delivers a speech at Israel's Knesset, announcing that the U.S. will relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by the end of 2019. A number of Arab members of Parliament are ejected while protesting.[77][78]
Tuesday, January 23
Wednesday, January 24
  • President Trump announces during remarks at the White House that he is willing to testify to Mueller under oath, stating, "I would love to do it, and I would like to do it as soon as possible".[80]
Thursday, January 25
Friday, January 26
  • President Trump denies ordering the dismissal of Mueller, describing it as 'fake news'.[84]
  • President Trump returns to the White House from Switzerland.[85]
Trump at WEF: "I'm Here to Deliver a Simple Message"

Week 54[]

Monday, January 29
Tuesday, January 30
  • President Trump delivers his first official State of the Union Address with a wide-ranging speech covering matters of natural disasters, terrorism, immigration, economic growth, patriotism and the US nuclear arsenal. He calls on Congress for a $1.5tn infrastructure investment bill, and calls for an end to political division.[92][93][94]
  • The White House confirms that President Trump has signed an order keeping open the Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba.[95]
  • Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin announces that US sanctions against Russian oligarchs will follow the previous day's list, and denies that the administration is "slow-walking" the process.[96]
Video of the 2018 State of the Union Address
Thursday, February 1
Friday, February 2
  • President Trump declassifies the Nunes memo and authorizes Congress to release it.[98]

Week 55[]

Monday, February 5
  • President Trump addressed Congressional Democrats who "were like death and un-American" in not applauding during his State of the Union speech, agreeing that they were "treasonous" and that "we call that treason".[99][100]
Tuesday, February 6
  • While Congress was preparing a continuing resolution for a temporary budget, President Trump declared, "I'd love to see a shutdown" if American immigration laws were not tightened. He also said "it's worth it for our country".[101]
Friday, February 9

Week 56[]

Tuesday, February 13
  • President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen acknowledged that in 2016, he paid $130,000 of his own money to adult-film actress Stormy Daniels. Cohen further said that The Trump Organization and the Trump campaign were not involved in the payment and did not reimburse him.[105] It was earlier reported that the payment was hush money for Daniels' silence regarding an alleged extramarital affair with Trump in 2006.[106]
Friday, February 16
  • The New Yorker reports that Trump had a nine-month extramarital affair with Playboy model Karen McDougal from June 2006, citing handwritten memoirs by McDougal provided by her friend. The New Yorker also corroborated a 2016 Wall Street Journal report that American Media, Inc (AMI) had paid $150,000 for exclusive rights to McDougal's story, but never published it. AMI has described the story as not credible, and a spokesperson for the White House denied the affair.[107]

See also[]


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