Catherine Lucey, Wall Street Journal

Catherine Lucey

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Recent articles by Catherine:

Trump to Speak at Socially Distanced West Point Commencement

President Trump will address West Point graduates Saturday, embracing a traditional role for the commander in chief at a moment when his relationships with many military leaders are under pressure. → Read More

U.S. to Restrict Travel From Brazil to Stem Coronavirus Spread

There are exemptions to the ban, including lawful permanent residents of the U.S. → Read More

Trump Upbraids Michigan for Easing Vote-by-Mail

President Trump escalated his criticism of voting by mail, threatening to withhold federal funding from Michigan after the state announced plans to send applications for absentee ballots to all registered voters ahead of primary and general elections. → Read More

President Trump Says He Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine

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Trump Warns Iran Against U.S. Navy Harassment

President Trump warned Iran Wednesday that he has instructed the U.S. Navy to ‘shoot down and destroy’ Iranian gunboats if they continue to harass American ships in the Persian Gulf. → Read More

Coronavirus Changes Trump Re-Election Calculus in Key States

With job losses and hospitalizations mounting due to the coronavirus outbreak, President Trump’s re-election terrain has dramatically shifted. → Read More

More Americans Fear Lifting Coronavirus Restrictions Too Soon, WSJ/NBC Poll Says

Americans are worried about lifting stay-at-home orders too quickly amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has dramatically upended life in a month marked by business shutdowns, job losses and illness, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. → Read More

Governors Learn on the Fly How to Pitch Trump for Coronavirus Help

Governors are deploying a variety of tactics as they lobby President Trump for federal help. All are aware they are working with a president who is sensitive to criticism and can be quick to punch back. → Read More

Trump’s Message on Virus Draws Scrutiny

President Trump is trying to ease anxieties about coronavirus. Public-health experts say he may be sowing confusion in the process. → Read More

Trump Campaign Files Libel Suit Against Washington Post

The suit accused the newspaper of publishing “false and defamatory statements” in two opinion pieces published last year that referenced the campaign and Russia. → Read More

Connections, Word of Mouth Drive Trump’s Clemency Choices

President Trump’s pardons and sentence commutations this week were influenced by advice from friends and allies, as well as a woman he freed from prison in a previous clemency round. → Read More

After Democrats’ Caucus Woes, Trump Praises Iowa, New Hampshire

As Democrats seek to move past Iowa’s caucus chaos, President Trump is praising the state—along with the fellow early-voting New Hampshire—as he calls for them to remain atop the primary calendar. → Read More

Trump’s GOP Challengers Try to Catch Voters’ Attention

For Republicans seeking to wrest the GOP nomination from President Trump, the Iowa caucuses largely are an opportunity to remind voters that they exist. → Read More

Trump Campaign Works to Garner Local News Coverage

President Trump has long enjoyed the outsize attention of the national media, but as he seeks his second term, his re-election campaign is amping up efforts to garner local press coverage. → Read More

Trump Campaign Targets Iowa to Show Strength, Boost GOP Caucus Turnout

With the leadoff Iowa caucuses days away, President Trump’s re-election campaign wants to remind voters that Democrats aren’t the only game in town. → Read More

Trump to Speak at Annual March for Life

President Trump plans to speak at the March for Life in Washington Friday, making him the first president to attend the antiabortion march in person in the event’s history. → Read More

Trump Touts U.S. Iran Strike at Ohio Campaign Rally

The president touted the recent U.S. strike on an Iranian military leader as “bold and decisive action" and criticized Democrats at his kickoff campaign rally of 2020. → Read More

Trump’s Impeachment Rebuke Bookended by Policy Victories

President Trump wrapped up a dizzying week of wins and a historic rebuke as he clinched support for his USMCA trade pact and reached a limited deal with China, but also verged on becoming only the third U.S. president to be impeached. → Read More

Kushner Defends Trump Amid Impeachment Push

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner defended President Trump as the House moved closer to voting on articles of impeachment, saying that his father-in-law “did nothing wrong” regarding Ukraine. → Read More

A NATO Summit With Multiple Disrupters

At summit, President Trump found himself quickly drawn into conflict, though it was not all of his own design. → Read More