The director of national intelligence refused to disclose information to lawmakers on Thursday about a whistleblower complaint reportedly filed against an alleged promise made by Trump to an unknown foreign leader.
Remember how Mexico was supposed to pay for the wall? Now our commander in chief wants to take $3.6 billion from the U.S. military construction budget for his xenophobic vanity project.
"It looks like we are not going to do business," Trump said, adding to confusion surrounding the future of the Chinese tech giant, which was added to a U.S. trade blacklist in May.
"In no way should Huawei be used as a bargaining chip in trade negotiations," U.S. senators Mark Warner and Marco Rubio wrote in a letter, published today.
Ivanka Trump reposted the photo days later with a document titled "National Security Strategy" cropped out.
"Every day that we go on without getting to the bottom of this matter is a day that we are putting hundreds, if not potentially thousands, of Americans at risk," the progressive Democrat from New York warned.
Trump reportedly put pressure on officials to give top secret clearance to his daughter and son-in-law.
"We're deeply concerned that President Trump may have played a role in granting Jared Kushner a security clearance," a spokesman for the watchdog said.
The radical approach to turncoats has split the intelligence community. "Don't think I didn't know that people would choke on this," says David Charney, a CIA-connected psychiatrist.
The fears expressed by many of the FBI agents could be summed up by one sentence: "The fear is our enemies know they can run freely."
John Brennan agreed with an assessment that President Donald Trump was a danger to the country's national security.
David Laufman described the president's reported efforts to hide details of meetings with Vladimir Putin as "positively chilling."
Trump "refuses to take seriously the views of his advisers, announces decisions on impulse and disregards the consequences of his actions," says Obama's former national security adviser.
Former deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel reportedly turned the offer down.
U.S. law requires that "all immigrants and refugees undergo a medical screening examination to identify inadmissible health conditions," said the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The DOJ gave house Republicans thousands of documents.
The Chinese tech company hit back at suggestions of cyber-spying as "ill-informed and not based on facts."
The president's attacks on the U.S. intelligence community have cast CIA and FBI leaders into the unprecedented role of public "truth tellers."
Trump has a "very flawed understanding" of the Iran nuclear deal, former CIA Director John Brennan said.
Trump recently said "it's time" to rapidly pull soldiers out of Syria.
State and local governments are of interest not simply because they are more accessible but because they can help to shape U.S. political norms and policies.
"The corruption Kushner brings to the White House is matched only by Trump himself," a DNC news release claimed.
Strava inadvertently revealed the location, layout and staffing of secret U.S. military bases.
For an administration that is dealing with Pyongyang's nuclear program, there's a big dilemma: The strategy's contentious language about China, in particular, may make it harder to try to enlist Beijing's help.