Trump is scheduled to deliver his second presidential address on January 30.
"It's been so devastating and hard as a family just dealing with not knowing," Marion's mother Nancy Minoui told Newsweek.
"If we don’t win on Nov. 6, 2018, we’re screwed. Just screwed."
The amendment has become a hot topic under Trump following the publication of Fire and Fury, a Michael Wolff book that said nearly the entire White House staff is worried about Trump's fitness for office and mental stability.
He also said that Washington, D.C. is "worse off' than when he arrived in 2005.
“Look, I don’t even know what all of these accusations are,” Ryan said of sexual misconduct allegations against Trump.
Paul Nehlen, who is aiming to replace Speaker Paul Ryan, wrote on Twitter: “It’s Okay to Be White.”
A Democratic Congresswomen has said that her female colleagues dress provocatively and invite sexual misbehavior from men.
Senator-elect Doug Jones narrows the Republican Senate majority to 51-49. Does that mean he could kill the tax bill?
Far from “draining the swamp,” the president has only increased Americans’ distrust of government, survey finds.
Republican members of Congress are gunning to limit taxpayers’ ability to write off losses from wildfires and other natural disasters.
The GOP is willing to increase the deficit while holding children's health care hostage.
It's time elected officials faced consequences for sexual harassment.
Transgender respondents said they had to hide their gender identity, delay their transition, or quit their job due to fear of negative repercussions.
Special counsel Robert Mueller has announced his first charges, but the investigations by lawmakers are mired in partisan politics.
Congressman says he will clear his name after documents brought forward by alt-right blogger.
The senior Democrat is battling an ethics investigation and allegations he sexually harassed his female staff, and several in his party have called for him to step down.