"The deficit under Obama dropped by an average of 11 percent a year in his second term," Chris Wallace told Mick Mulvaney.
"I think you're spending way too much time reading between the lines," Mulvaney said, when confronted with Trump's habit of using vermin metaphors to describe political foes.
Mulvaney said: "I don't particularly like Donald Trump as a person. But I am still voting for him."
"If you're going to cough, please leave the room," the president told Mulvaney while filming an interview with ABC News.
The president waved a sheet of paper in front of reporters, claiming it was a secret agreement with Mexico. "Right here is the agreement," Trump said without any providing details.
White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said it was not "unreasonable" for someone in the Trump administration to have the U.S.S. John McCain moved in Japan last week.
"I fully expect these tariffs to go onto the at least 5 percent level on June 10th," Mick Mulvaney said.
White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney acknowledged Russia did try to interfere in the 2016 presidential election, but he said blame should be placed with the Obama administration for allowing it to happen.
The Trump administration, he said, is "spending a bunch of money on stuff we're not supposed to."
Mick Mulvaney also said that Democrats would "never" see the president's tax returns.
Top Republicans Mitt Romney, Mick Mulvaney and Jay Sekulow said Democrats will "never" see President Donald Trump's tax returns.
The law has provided coverage to more than 20 million previously uninsured people
"We were not lying to people when we said that this was an emergency," said Mick Mulvaney.
"But at the end of the day, these types of incidents are the result or the fault of the person behind the gun," Alice Stewart said.
With the assistance of the White House IT office, Trump administration officials have made progress in their manhunt for the suspect who committed the leak.
"Whether or not [Trump] gets $1.6 billion from Congress, whether or not he gets $2.5 billion or $5.7 billion, he's going to do whatever he legally can to secure that border," Trump's acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said.
One Trump ally said administration officials are preparing for a "subpoena blizzard" as House Democrats launch their long-promised oversight investigations into everything from the president's taxes to corruption allegations.
Current and former Trump aides are reportedly frustrated with Kushner's appearing to serve as a de facto chief of staff.
"I don't think anybody blames the president for the coarsening of the language," Mick Mulvaney said.
"We cannot recall a more absurd misstatement of history by an American President," The Wall Street Journal wrote, criticizing the president for a rambling, dishonest characterization of the Soviet presence in Afghanistan.
Mulvaney's public remarks, made on Fox News, further show that the president is prepared to have a shutdown that lasts through the holidays.
CNN host lists string of examples similar to Mick Mulvaney's "terrible human being" remark.
They warned those in attendance that bad candidates and a lack of energy compared to Democratic voters could result in a large number of losses for Republicans come the November midterm elections.
Acting head of the consumer finance watchdog urged bankers to continue lobbying lawmakers to weaken the regulator he runs.