He says forces inside the White House are undermining the president and promises to remain loyal.
But he leaves his defence secretary to decide whether to retain existing transgender recruits.
The short-range missile tests came as the US and South Korea take part in joint military drills.
The US president had already hinted that he was ready to pardon Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Eastport, Maine has survived for more than 200 years by changing how it lives off the sea.
President Nicolas Maduro condemns "act of aggression" and says the decision will cost US jobs.
Deadly clashes broke out Friday in northern India after a controversial spiritual leader was found guilty of raping two of his followers.
President Jose Eduardo dos Santos is expected to maintain his influence after leaving office.
The recent rediscovery of more than 10,000 recordings has tantalised enthusiasts.
Officials in Brussels are not optimistic about the next round of Brexit talks, Adam Fleming reports.
The international food fight about which nation has the tastiest recipe
The category 4 storm is likely to be the worst to hit the US in 12 years, as Texas faces huge floods.
The images are a little grainy, but in the half-light of a dusty Ukrainian garage, you can sense the unbridled enthusiasm of the two North Korean spies who are photographing what they think are top-secret missile designs.
Branches taped to trees disqualify a competitor from a Russian urban park competition.
Could an executed 1916 nationalist be haunting the ambassador's official residence in Dublin?
A US judge opts for a harsher penalty than prosecutors had recommended in the VW emissions case.
Xavier Martinez, the father of three-year-old Xavi who died in the Barcelona attack, hugs Imam Driss Salym.
Troops reach the centre of the IS-held city in north-western Iraq, a spokesman says.
At least two people were killed and eight others injured Friday when gunmen stormed a Shiite mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul, officials said.