The president would reportedly question Reince Priebus—who grew up in Wisconsin, nicknamed the "Badger State"—about the nocturnal omnivores.
Reince Priebus accused MSNBC host Rachel Maddow of being involved in a conspiracy, after she interviewed Lev Parnas on Thursday.
"Jared, what are you talking about?" Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus reacted. "This is as bad as it gets."
"Priebus recalled learning about the June 9 meeting from Fox News host Sean Hannity in late June 2017," the Mueller report states.
The 'Times' wrote, "With a head of blond hair, Mr. Ayers somewhat resembles Mr. Trump in his younger days, a fact that the president often looks for as a positive signal."
"The response was jarring, so different," Woodward wrote of Trump's reply.
New book by investigative journalist Bob Woodward, titled "Fear: Trump in the White House," is drawn "from hundreds of hours of interviews with first-hand sources, meeting notes, personal diaries, files and documents."
"I'll never be a staffer. I'm the first daughter," Ivanka Trump said to Steve Bannon, according to Bob Woodward's new book.
The president is unlikely to change how he feels about the attorney general's decision last year to step away from the Russia investigation.
Kelly's tenure has been rocky from the start, though he was initially widely lauded as a sober voice and disciplinarian that the White House needed.
The outgoing president sat down with Priebus ahead of Trump's inauguration.
The former White House chief of staff says a screaming president ordered him to do something to punch back at reporting of inauguration crowd.
The former chief strategist reportedly had some unkind words for the president.
"The memo is less insane than one would have guessed," says a former Obama administration communications director.
After an explosive 10-day tenure in the White House, the Mooch is hosting an online event to bare all.
The prankster divulged a serious purpose behind the hoax.
"Read Shakespeare. Particularly Othello. You are right there," Scaramucci wrote to the prankster, who masqueraded as Reince Priebus.
The retired Marine Corps general was serving as Trump's homeland security secretary before being tapped for the White House post.
After Scaramucci was blocked from joining the White House President Trump overruled his senior staff.
The incoming White House Communications Director's praise for the president's sporting prowess was taken a step further in official transcripts.
Scaramucci called the White House Chief of Staff a "paranoid schizophrenic" and that he wants to "kill all the leakers."
Public documents reveal the president's new communications chief earned nearly $10M while working in the Trump administration.