Kim Jong Un is threatening to pull out of the talks with Washington, and world leaders are worried about Trump's reaction.
"At best here, what we have is complete naïveté and ignorance of how the world works and what’s legal and not legal."
Giuliani reacted to a report about a government informant talking to former Trump campaign aides in 2016.
The former New York mayor repeated a claim that has found popularity on the right.
The forms were referred to the Justice Department following a complaint by the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).
Jared Kushner stayed for the whole meeting and became angry when the promised "dirt" on Hillary Clinton didn't materialize, according to some witnesses.
Over a year later, 59 protesters are still charged with felonies related to rioting and property damage.
The Trump administration is reportedly moving forward with plans to separate children from their parents at the border, though officials maintain "no decisions have been made at this time."
“They just seem totally oblivious to what was going on not so far away,” Scarborough said.
A 2018 survey found that 49 percent of people in the U.S. feel that immigrants have a positive impact on economic growth.
“Ms. Daniels’s case has never been stronger," Michael Avenatti told Newsweek.
Cooper rattled off a list of times Trump has demanded apologies from his critics and juxtaposed it with one single apology issued by the president.
North Korea said it would it would take apart its only known nuclear test site, and these images show its already started.
The political pundit said McCain was making his life count.
The vice president’s role was reportedly quite apparent from the beginning.
The White House counselor said some people were using the media to "shiv each other."
The White House said the first lady is looking forward to a "full recovery."