In an unannounced visit to U.S. troops on Thanksgiving, the president said that he had reopened negotiations with the Taliban.
"New York, New York. If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere... Trump can't," Schumer tweeted.
The Washington ethics watchdog CREW is tracking all of President Donald Trump's conflicts of interest while he is in the White House.
Trump has been funneling government dollars into his own pockets ever since he was elected.
Democrat contender condemned the attempt by Trump to hold global summit at his own property and accused his administration of corruption due to its ties with big corporations and tax breaks for the rich.
The Center for Security Policy is advertising its fundraiser at Florida resort weeks after a separate hate gorup had their event canceled.
The book contains new allegations of inappropriate behavior from 43 women, including 26 instances of unwanted sexual contact.
ACT for America—which calls itself as "the nation's largest national security grassroots organization"—was described as "the face of bigotry" by the New York Civil Liberties Union in 2017.
Bad optics? U.S. Marine Commandant General David H. Berger of the Marine Corps is upset that one of his units in South Florida planned to hold its annual military ball at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach.
The federal agency requested two Kawaski jet skis—watercrafts that each retail from $9,999 to $15,299—and noted security challenges that special agents face when traveling with Trump to places such as Mar-a-Lago and the Hamptons.
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said her spiritual and principle-based campaign is meant to re-bond a country torn apart by President Donald Trump and an amoral economy.
"I'm rooting for a direct hit on Mar a Lago!" former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell tweeted on Wednesday.
MSNBC aired archive footage Wednesday showing Donald Trump joking, laughing and dancing with Jeffrey Epstein at a 1992 party at his Mar-a-Lago estate.
His latest tweet came after a Trump-owned venue broke a pledge promising not to use the president's appearances there to drum up publicity.
A U.S. Secret Service agent testified at Yujing Zhang's Monday bond hearing that a fellow agent inserted the potentially "malicious" thumb drive she was carrying into his government computer.
"Whenever it comes to the safety of the president and his family, we ought to do everything that we possibly can," Rep. Elijah Cummings told Newsweek. "And we need to know all the facts."
Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings (MD) says he is expecting to be briefed by Secret Services on Mar-a-Lago security on Thursday.
A Chinese woman was arrested at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort and accused of carrying "malicious" software.
"On the upside, Ivanka got three new trademarks approved in China!" Coulter tweeted after news broke about a Chinese woman arrested for sneaking into Mar-a-Lago with two Chinese passports and a thumb drive with malware.
"He then responded to this newly declared emergency by, just hours later, flying off to Florida for the weekend where he's apparently been photographed waiting at an omelette bar."
Trump will head to Mar-a-Lago later this afternoon, and will perhaps get some golf in.
"I am concerned that you may have had the opportunity to profit from your arrangement," Warren said in a letter to three Trump associates who are Mar-a-Lago members.
The GAO report also says three international trips in January and February 2017 made by the president's eldest sons, Donald Trump, Jr. and Eric Trump, cost the Secret Service $396,000.
Although financial reasons were cited for his firing, the pastry chef claimed the resort "profited immensely" from Trump's election.
This is the third sinkhole to open up where president Trump has been staying.
The shutdown has reportedly "made [Trump] wax wistfully about being unable to visit Mar-a-Lago, his gilded bunker by the sea."
The inflatable rat, which sports a cellphone, a suit, red tie and Trump-like hair, had previously been paraded around Washington, D.C.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner appeared in full-vacation mode, wearing sandals and sunglasses as they walked around Mar-a-Lago on Christmas.