Sean Spicer has defended Donald Trump’s use of the presidential twitter account to support his daughter Ivanka’s clothing line, in a wide-ranging press conference to defend the two-week-old presidency. Mr Spicer discussed the Yemen raid, Nato, and possibly adding organisations to terrorist lists. He was also asked repeatedly about the president’s response to

the travel ban hearing, after Mr Trump this morning angrily denounced the three judges hearing his travel ban appeal – describing the process as “disgraceful” and saying it was a “sad day” for the United States. Addressing a conference of police chiefs, Mr Trump told the crowd he had listened to Tuesday’s hearing with dismay. “I won’t say the court was biased. But so political,” he said. READ MORE