This week, like (almost) every week of the Trump presidency, was filled with news. Packed. Overstuffed. Brimming.
It’s easy amid this maelstrom to forget the important stories — and moments of the week. Which is where we — me and Brenna Williams — come in.
Below you’ll find the stories you may have forgotten but need to remember from the week that was.
The White House unveils its proposal on guns in the wake of the Parkland shooting. It includes hardening schools and arming teachers but not raising the age from 18 to 21 to buy a firearm.
Trump defends White House gun proposals that back off new age limit
White House officials unhappy about Betsy Devos’ appearance on ’60 Minutes’
Stormy Daniels offers to return $130,000 ‘hush agreement’ payment
Trump fires Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, taps Mike Pompeo as replacement
Trump aide Johnny McEntee fired over security clearance issue
Top Tillerson aide fired after saying Secretary of State didn’t know why he had been fired
Trump goes to California for the 1st time as president
Trump signals wider senior staff shake-ups on the horizon
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces 305 years in prisons
Conor Lamb leads Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania special election
The Point: Trump’s gun proposal, which was BIG news five days ago, feels like it happened a month ago. The firing of Tillerson — and the promises (and denials) of more staff changes dominated this week. And those same whispers will be the big news one the Sunday talk shows and will lead the news heading into next week.