Former Trump Organization Vice President Barbara Res told MSNBC that the president has certainly met his match.
As one expert put it, Trump’s actions so far have not been the kind that “usually gets a president etched into Mount Rushmore.”
In her video apology, Gabbard admitted that she “forcefully defended” her father and his cause but has since “changed her views.”
“You should go listen to Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter, because they’re running this government. And they have forced this president into a trap," Fox News host Juan Williams said on...
The account promotes itself as being for “Women who love and support Michael Cohen. Strong, pit bull, sex symbol, no nonsense, business oriented, and ready to make a difference!”
"Look, it’s been my practice for the last couple of years not to make sort of random observations of the president tweeting and other stuff," McConnell told reporters.
Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general William Barr told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he thinks “it’s a mistake to back off on marijuana.”
The Republican senator warned William Barr, Trump’s attorney general nominee, about the president's reading habits.
The 29-year-old garnered nearly 12 million interactions on Twitter in one month, Axios reports, trailing only President Donald Trump in total engagement.
“I think it’s the most insulting thing I’ve ever been asked," Donald Trump told Jeanine Pirro when asked if he was working for Russia. White House aides said they wished the president had directly...
“They are hiding out. They want to hide behind the president instead of doing their jobs as leaders in a co-equal branch of the government,” Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen said about...
The songs, which appeared on the popular music sharing website SoundCloud, were shared by a user called “Lil Plantation."
“When people with opinions similar to King’s open their mouths, they damage not only the Republican Party and the conservative brand but also our nation as a whole,” Senator Tim Scott wrote in an...
They fear that declaring a national emergency over border security could set a dangerous precedent for a future Democratic president.
Agencies like the Food and Drug Administration and the Transportation Security Administration have been mostly shuttered since the shutdown began in December.
“When, during the campaign, I would say Mexico is going to pay for it, obviously I never said this, and I never meant they’re going to write out a check,” the president told reporters.
Earlier this week, a redaction error in a court filing revealed that Paul Manafort shared polling data with a Russian operative during the 2016 campaign.
“I think certainly I have expressed more than a few times the frustrations with a government shutdown and how useless it is,” Senator Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia told CNN.
Trump’s address from the Oval Office will be followed by a response from Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
“The law gives the president virtually total discretion,” Jonathan Turley, a constitutional law expert at George Washington University, told Newsweek.
“I think we’ll see activity, but I don’t expect to see a lot of progress,” Adam Winkler, a law professor at the University of California Los Angeles, told Newsweek.
"Walls work. That’s why rich, powerful, and successful people build them around their homes," President Donald Trump wrote in a letter to Congress on Friday. "All Americans deserve the same...
Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar are the first Muslim women to take office in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Members of the 116th Congress will be sworn in on Thursday at noon.
“That’s all you need to know about her,” Pelosi's daughter Alexandra told CNN in an interview on Wednesday.