The 2020 Democratic debates so far have included not one question on fixing broken government. That's a mistake—especially when streamlining government can help it achieve key goals, like tackling climate change.
President spoke often of "draining the swamp", now a statue of him is stuck in the Gowanus Canal which is infamous for its levels of pollution.
The lawyer mocked Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump in a Sunday interview.
"The bottom line is that neither Trump nor his administration take conflicts of interest and ethics seriously," Public Citizen's vice president of legislative affairs said in a statement.
Far from "draining the swamp," the president has only increased Americans' distrust of government, survey finds.
GOP leaders try to rush through complicated tax code changes, inspiring a special-interest bacchanal the likes of which Washington has never seen.
Walter Shaub tweets that the "tone from the top matters."
Budget director Mick Mulvaney describes a tactical approach that includes restrictions targeting certain departments rather than an across-the-board freeze.
Washington, D.C. was built on a firm and dry riverbank—not a marshy swamp, as most assume.
Trump announces key cabinet positions and first stop on his "thank you tour."