The vice president made the comments at a manufacturing plant where he touted Trump's record on job creation.
The president said he didn't need the money or the attention that would come from hosting the G7 Summit at one of his properties.
The president was forced to U-turn over his plan to host the G7 Summit at one of his own properties.
Audio from the flight deck suggests the spillage occurred when a product was left in the airplane bathrooms after cleaning at London Heathrow airport.
The politician confirmed he had an account that lurked on the social media site, posting in support of Romney.
The daughter of the late Senator John McCain questioned why "tough women who don't put up with any s***" are described as "unhinged."
Several candidates publicly complained about the choice of topics following the fourth Democratic debate.
Some of the candidates dominated the field, while others floundered on a crowded debate stage.
Hunter Biden spoke out about the allegations made by Donald Trump and said he would not say "anything snarky" about the president.
Rick Tyler said it would be better if Trump was voted out of office as he would face prosection for past crimes and would not have a Republican president to pardon him.
The former national security adviser reportedly described Rudy Giuliani as a "hand grenade who's going to blow everybody up."
The mock-up video was played at a conference at the president's Miami resort and is widely circulating on social media.
The president has made the claim a handful of times, but it is not yet clear which poll he is referring to.
The video was played at an event attended by Donald Trump Jr. and former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Trump became the first sitting president to deliver an address to the Value Voters Summit when he first spoke there in 2017, and this year discussed the "assault" on Christians.
The militia-style group has said its description by the Southern Poverty Law Center as an extremist group is "slander," and claim it just want to protect Trump supporters.
The president made his feelings about the Democrats perfectly clear at the rally in Lake Charles on Friday,
Prince's estate has requested more than once that the Trump campaign stop using the singer's music.
The president and the Minneapolis mayor have been embroiled in a Twitter spat ahead of the rally being held in the city on Thursday.
A series of polls have shown growing support for the impeachment inquiry, and a new survey suggests people want Trump removed from office.
The president tweeted his thoughts about impeachment inquiry, commenting that the total wirch hunt should end now, much to Twitter's delight.
The first lady has previously been criticized for being tone deaf with the messages she posts on social media.
Joe diGenova appeared to view the president as the king of America and the impeachment inquiry an attempt to kill him.
The House Speaker sent the president a clear message following a letter from the White House refusing to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry: "You are not above the law."
The letter branded the inquiry an attempt by Democrats to overturn the results of the 2016 presidential election and influence the upcoming polls.
Those slamming the eight-page letter from the White House included Kellyanne Conway's husband George, Democratic politicians, Republican hopefuls and even late night TV hosts.
The pair discussed whether the Democrats and Republicans had reacted to the inquiries into their presidents in the same way.
The president's supporters and detractors appear increasingly divided following the impeachment inquiry announcement.
Questions remain about why Obama has refused to endorse his former second-in-command, who once gave a speech that prompted Obama to tell an aide "shoot me now."