Donald Trump applauded his ability to "strengthen" American bonds, while German's chancellor said it's apparent Europe is on its own.
He was in an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press" discussing the leaked photos of the Manchester bombing.
Here's what's going on in the world of politics today...
A federal judge threw out a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton that blamed her for two deaths in the 2012 Benghazi attack.
He says he'll make a decision next week.
The prisoners were fighting for better conditions inside Israeli prisons.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed a bill banning the removal or relocation of monuments that have been standing for over 40 years.
The Washington Post says Jared Kushner asked to establish underground communication with the Russians during the presidential transition.
The U.S. missile defense system has a spotty track record, but it's about to undergo a major test.
The U.S. Navy says Chinese military jets have been coming too close for comfort lately. And historically, that's a cause for concern.
Eric Trump, the organization's executive vice president, told ABC the company was not infiltrated.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the administration "strongly disagrees" with a federal appeals court in Virginia that blocked the ban.