The London Eye lit up like the EU flag on New Year's Eve.
"HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE, INCLUDING THE HATERS AND THE FAKE NEWS MEDIA!" Trump tweeted, before urging folks to "ENJOY THE RIDE."
But their bill may not have a shot at getting the president's signature.
"Working families today face a lot tougher path than my family did," the Democratic senator said in a new video. "And families of color face a path that is steeper and rockier."
Trump isn't the commander in chief many Americans are looking for, according to a new survey.
"The freshman class as an aggregate will have more power than the leadership," said Democratic Representative Ro Khanna.
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough took issue with President Donald Trump seemingly inventing a huge pay raise for military members.
"If you would have see what we had to go through in the darkened plane with all window closed with no light anywhere," Trump said. "Pitch black."
As Trump continues to tweet and rant against the Federal Reserve and its chairman, he's setting off further market losses and damaging the global economy, said former senior economic officials.
Trump reportedly calls people "Bushies" and it's not meant to be a compliment.
"I think the stage is going to be set and we'll see," said outgoing Republican Senator Bob Corker.
Immigrants in a California detention center have to overcome nearly insurmountable barriers to get in touch with a lawyer, a lawsuit alleges.
The 25th Amendment allows for a complicated process to remove a president from office.
"Thank God that wall wasn't there, and thank God there wasn't an administration like this or [Jesus] would too have perished," said Representative Luis Gutiérrez.
"I think nobody knows more about campaign finance than I do because I'm the biggest contributor," Trump claimed years ago, well before Michael Cohen pleaded guilty.
Trump's "going to look like a loser" if he doesn't get his long-promised wall and there's no shutdown, one Fox News host said.
It wouldn't be the first time—the South Carolina GOP canceled a presidential primary in 2004, when President George W. Bush ran for re-election.
"I'm not going to comment on whether it is a real thing or not a real thing," Steven Mnuchin said.