Trump looks to Congress to move on legislative agenda

As President Donald Trump on Friday declared himself vindicated over questions related to the probe of election meddling by Russia, he again signaled that he's ready to focus on his legislative agenda, which has presented GOP lawmakers with a struggle on some fronts in the Congress.

Asked about Russia, Mr. Trump said it is time "to get back to running our great country," as he signaled his concerns about jobs, trade deficits and more at a joint news conference with the President of Romania.

Here's an update on where the Trump-GOP agenda stands on Capitol Hill:

Congress works the next three weeks in June, and then takes a week off for the July Fourth break.

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