"Mr President, did you withdraw money from Central America to punish them?" Fox host Laura Ingraham asked. Former President Donald Trump replied "Absolutely, that's right."
Republicans are pushing for Biden to act on immigration as record numbers of children are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
The president fielded questions for roughly an hour on a range of topics, including the migrant surge at the southern border, the legislative filibuster and voting rights.
The president also said it's his plan to run for reelection in 2024, with Vice President Kamala Harris as his running mate.
The president also pushed back against claims that migrants are coming to the U.S. because he's a "nice guy" and that his administration is more lax than that of his predecessor.
"It happens every single solitary year," the president said of the wave of migrants at the border.
The GOP senator is facing an additional censure resolution from the Maine Republican Party.
DeJoy's 10-year plan for the USPS, which proposes cuts and slower deliveries, has been criticized by the postal union and lawmakers.
His senior adviser Jason Miller recently said the former president would return with his own platform in "two or three months."
The InfoWars host also said he offered to pay protection for the Donald Trump ally at the rallies held prior to the insurrection.
The former president told supporters that the vaccine was "safe" and "something that works" earlier this month.
For years conspiracy theorists have falsely claimed the model is part of a satanic pedophile ring.
Republicans chose Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former Vice President Mike Pence as their top choices in a poll asking who they would vote for in the 2024 GOP presidential primaries if former President Donald Trump does not run.
"No one in Georgia fought harder for me than David! He NEVER gave up! He has my Complete and Total Endorsement for re-election," Trump wrote.
"He's finished. He's done," Robin Bullock said, referring to President Joe Biden.
Powell's attorneys submitted a court filing on Monday suggesting that "no reasonable person" would believe her claims.
Gab's founder and CEO, Andrew Torba, said in a post this week that the platform is "not for sale."
U.S. Senator Rick Scott, a Florida Republican who heads the GOP's Senate fundraising arm, wants former President Donald Trump's help in the 2022 election, but he's asking him to hold off a bit.
Anthony Scaramucci, perhaps best known outside Wall Street for his 10-day stint as former President Donald Trump's communications director, is joining the stampede to Bitcoin exchange-traded funds through the company he founded in 2005.
Senator Bernie Sanders said he wasn't "particularly comfortable" with a sitting president being blocked from expressing his views on Twitter.
A spokesperson for the former president said this week the new social media platform likely will roll out within the next few months.
The former president is set to launch his own platform in the coming months, marking a return to social media after bans from several mainstream platforms.
Jody Hice announced his campaign to oust Brad Raffensperger as Georgia's top election official in 2022, which got the backing of the ex-president.
Rafael Grossi said the three-month bridge agreement between the U.N. agency and Iran was "quite fragile."
Our troops' accomplishments have been squandered as American leaders failed to deliver a realistic vision for how to successfully end the war.
The former Democrat has claimed that Kemp's inaction is the reason Donald Trump is no longer president.
Far-right activist Josh Bernstein hopes that post-election vote audits will lead to a "Constitutional crisis" that results in President Joe Biden being removed from office.
Proponents of D.C. statehood argue that the predominantly Black and nearly 700,000-person region should have a say in the policies that affect it.