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Trump Archive

The Trump Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to Donald Trump, before and during his presidency.

The Trump Archive launched in January 2017. Since then, the TV News Archive has added archives for congressional leadership and top Trump administration staff. While largely curated by hand, the collections demonstrate how Artificial Intelligence algorithms could be used to create such resources, for example with voice and/or facial recognition. These evolving non-commercial, searchable collections are designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. Here is a how-to on using the Trump Archive.

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President Trump talked to reporters regarding a wide range of topics as he departed the White House for Indianapolis. Topics included the Mueller report findings and the 2020 presidential elections. Sponsor: White House
Topics: mueller, c-span, white house, don mcgahn, russia, mcgahn, north korea, indianapolis, nra, trump,...
Source: Comcast Cable
[LIVE] President Trump travels to the Pentagon to participate in the Missile Defense Review announcement. Sponsor: White House Travel | DC Event
Topics: nato, trump, europe, china, russia, north korea, pelosi, iran, pentagon
Source: Comcast Cable
President Trump delivered remarks at the 38th annual National Peace Officers' Memorial Service held on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol. He recognized and called to the podium the family of Newman Police Cpl. Ronil Singh, who was murdered during a traffic stop while on duty in California. Sponsor: White House Travel | DC Event
Topics: reggie, milwaukee, china, florence, james, turner, washington, white house, james white, chuck,...
Source: Comcast Cable
President Trump met with the Polish president in the Oval Office. Following their brief remarks, he answered questions with reporters on the 2020 census citizenship question, trade talks with Mexico, the political situation in Venezuela, and the Democrats' efforts to issue subpoenas against Trump administration officials. The president said the "Mueller report spoke" and the Democrats were trying to have a re-do because they are mad they lost the election. Sponsor: White House
Topics: poland, russia, germany, china, mexico, europe, iran, donald trump, nato, venezuela, ohio
Source: Comcast Cable
President Trump and Polish President Andrzej Duda held a joint news conference at the White House where they answered questions on relations with Russia and an increased U.S. troop presence in Poland. President Trump also answered questions on a deadline for trade talks with China and relations with North Korea. Sponsor: White House
Topics: poland, russia, china, germany, europe, donald trump, white house, north korea, nato, new york,...
Source: Comcast Cable