President Trump says the impeachment inquiry is nonsense. The President said Democrats are disgraceful and are disrespecting the presidency. Trump singled out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for criticism, calling the impeachment inquiry part of an ongoing witch hunt.    Democrats claim President Trump had a "meltdown" in the first face-to-face meeting between him and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi since the impeachment inquiry began. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer both said the President treated Pelosi disrespectfully. Pelosi said the President was shaken by an overwhelming bipartisan House vote to condemn his action.    Former Vice President Joe Biden says supporters should not worry about his fundraising numbers. Biden trailed other top Democratic presidential contenders in numbers reported to the Federal Elections Commission. Biden said he expects those numbers to improve.    There's good news for about 50-thousand GM workers. General Motors and United Auto Workers have reached a deal to end the strike. The proposal on a new four-year contract comes on day 31 of a strike that cost the company one and a half billion dollars. The union said the strike will continue until its UAW GM Council can vote on the proposed agreement, which it could do tomorrow.    Chelsea Clinton is not ruling out politics in the future, but said she won't run for Congress this year. She said on The View today that she would not seek the seat being vacated by retiring Democratic Congresswoman Nita Lowey.    Tiger Woods is working on an autobiography. The book, appropriately titled "Back," will focus on his Tour Championship and Masters this year. It will also cover how he grew up and rose to fame. Woods says it'll describe how he feels and what's happened in his life.