Producers of "The Apprentice" discuss how the reality TV show helped mold the image that lifted the serially bankrupt businessman to the presidency.
Lord Alan Sugar and Trump have a history of trading blows.
The political strategist and former "Apprentice" contestant on Trump, Omarosa, why Hillary Clinton would be the wrong presidential candidate for 2020 and how Beto O'Rourke could be the future of the Democratic Party.
Attorneys from the group that first sued Trump in February told Newsweek they believe footage could exist that would prove the president ended TPS for "racially discriminatory reasons."
Stormy Daniels, who claims to have had sex with married President Donald Trump, is releasing a memoir titled "Full Disclosure."
The media, theoretically, are in the business of purveying truth. But every time they tout Omarosa Manigault Newman over Trump, they undercut their own core mission.
"It would be nine blacks against nine whites, all highly educated, very smart, strong, beautiful people, right?" he said.
"If America could see that, they'd know what's going on in the White House right now," Arnold said of "The Apprentice" outtakes.
"We're gathering evidence that we believe will prove that the defendant lied when he falsely denigrated Ms. Zervos," her attorney said.
CNN President Jeff Zucker called Fox News a "state-run TV propaganda machine" while excoriating President Donald Trump and "fake news."
A "sitting president is not immune from being sued in federal court for unofficial acts," Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Schecter ruled.
The claim is made by a friend of the porn star who says he overheard phone conversations between the two during their alleged affair.
President Donald Trump's invitation to Super Bowl LII remains open, according to sources at NBC.
The president's lawyers have told a judge she lacks the jurisdiction for a defamation lawsuit filed by Summer Zervos against Trump.
Tapes of Trump's allegedly racist remarks are in "some warehouse," says the former "Apprentice" producer.
In a 2004 interview with Howard Stern, Trump also suggested contestants were picked for their physical appearance.
He still uses the publicity grabbing tricks and gimmicks he learned from his reality show.
The most famous man ever to be elected president leveraged business success into fame.