Trump addressed a small crowd at Joint Base Andrews in his final remarks as president before he departed for his Florida home.
Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are set to leave the White House, and boxes have been pictured outside the offices of his staff, which includes the president's daughter Ivanka and son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
President Trump and his inner circle thought they were winning the post-election political battle. "Then all hell broke loose," said a longtime aide.
In its early stage, and especially if properly appreciated and managed, Saudi/Qatari rapprochement is a gift from the outgoing administration to the incoming one.
The Qatar-Saudi deal is a huge step in the right direction. If managed properly, will make it easier for the U.S. to do the big things without distraction.
"Let's remember that the case was not tried. Mr. Kushner pled guilty," the former New Jersey district attorney said Sunday.
The president's rage at the media and Democrats, and criticism that he is "delegitimizing" Biden's win, have hardened his resolve to get revenge four years from now.
In response to the release of the documents, Christopher W Smith, General Counsel for Kushner Companies said that the notion that Kushner Properties improperly benefitted from the loans is "completely untrue and amounts to nothing more than politically motivated nonsense."
"No one should be surprised that Donald Trump is not going to do what the mainstream media wants him to do," says a senior campaign official.
The president has yet to concede to President-elect Joe Biden, insisting he will pursue legal action over the counting of votes.
The latest swipe at Trump by the group of former Republican political consultants aims to be the scourge of the president's re-election campaign.
The couple had threatened to sue the anti-Trump group, which says they have not heard back from them since their latest correspondence.
"Trump is now back in charge, it's not the doctors," Kushner told the Pulitzer-winning journalist. "We have a negotiated settlement."
'The View' host responded to Kushner's suggestion that Black Americans had to want to be successful.
In the wake of George Floyd's death, Jared Kushner criticized people for crying on Instagram, putting slogans on their jerseys and writing messages on basketball courts.
The conservative group has taken aim at the president's daughter and son-in-law and appear unwilling to back down.
Some have criticized Trump for using the presidency to benefit his own businesses and family, while others warn that voters don't care about such corruption.
National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien, Ohio Representative Jim Jordan and several White House officials reportedly traveled with Trump's senior aide before her diagnosis.
There were fears that Ivanka Trump could have been exposed to the coronavirus when she traveled with the president's aide Hope Hicks, who later tested positive, earlier this week.
President Donald Trump's peace team was awarded the top spot on the paper's annual list for its role in negotiating the Abraham Accords.
Whether the critics are willing to admit it or not, Kushner's quartet of amateurs has done more to advance the cause of peace than all of the professionals and experts did in the previous quarter century.
The Israel-UAE and Israel-Bahrain peace deals represent much more than mere geopolitical developments. There is a deeper and higher resonance.
"This is an unprecedented pandemic, and we rose to the challenge," Kushner said on the "Today" show.
Will the Palestinian leadership follow the courageous lead of the UAE and Bahrain and finally make peace with Israel?
The president's son-in-law said there is "a lot of activism" in the NBA but said it is time to turn "slogans and signals to actual action that's going to solve the problem."
The Trump administration's success in brokering an agreement between Israel and the UAE "has changed everyone's attitude," Kushner told Newsweek.
The Lincoln Project's latest video targets Kushner's involvement in White House coronavirus planning. More than 177,000 Americans have died due to COVID-19.
Kushner said the Middle East "was a total mess" when Trump took office and he's "ending wars," rebuilding alliances destroyed by past presidents.
"We think that there's momentum for some additional parties to join and to normalize relations with Israel," said National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien.