"He’s going to have to bring his toothbrush to court on Friday," a former U.S. attorney said Tuesday.
The French president reportedly thought he and Trump were close enough that he could criticize steel and aluminium tariffs, but it went down poorly.
The president would prefer to watch his favorite news network rather than hear about the attorney general.
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Only once in our history—in 1861—did enough of us distrust the system so much we succumbed to civil war.
Sadler promised a public apology to Senator John McCain’s daughter Meghan, but only apologized personally.
"I think you all know I'm an honest person who works extremely hard to provide you with accurate information at all times," Sanders said.
Summer Zervos, a former contestant on “The Apprentice," is suing President Donald Trump for defamation.
“We thank our great Singaporean hosts for their hospitality,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted.
Philip Alston, a human rights expert, wrote in his new report that economic inequality "could be readily eliminated" with political will.
The president is known for his prolific tweeting.
“The guy made a mistake,” Giuliani said. “He corrected it.”
Newsweek looked at several properties bearing the Trump name to see what it might cost to get married there.
The president is capable of obstructing justice, scholars say, despite the claims of the commander in chief's personal lawyers.
The first lady made her first public appearance in nearly a month.
The Apple CEO responded to fears that taxes imposed on China could have a knock-on effect on U.S. tech companies.
"Our President is not a true patriot, but a fragile egomaniac obsessed with crowd size," Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said.
The president rescinded the invitation to the White House in an unprecedented move.
"He didn't need to do this, but he was immensely frustrated with where the country was going," Eric Trump said about his dad.
"There are numerous expenses associated with cases like this and here, security costs alone are astronomical," Avenatti tweeted.
“I’d like to hear from them on our 500th day of American greatness," Kellyanne Conway said of former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton