The evangelical pastor picked by President Donald Trump to lead his new faith office is known for preaching the controversial prosperity gospel.
"I think history will judge them very, very poorly," Anthony Scaramucci said of Republicans.
"He's had 85 people leave the White House and those people are going to start turning on him," the former White House communications director said.
The unnamed author of "A Warning," an exposé of President Donald Trump's White House, claims to be a senior administration official.
With reports of a possible "The Apprentice: White House" being produced, Twitter users were quick to roast the series, offering that "The Apprentice: Prison" may be a better title.
"Stretch out your arm and deliver President Trump and rid him of any bondage the enemy would try to bring against him," the televangelist prayed.
The former White House communications director admitted that his past support for the administration was a mistake.
Suzuki's name began trending in the United States on Monday afternoon after a video of President Donald Trump giving the Washington Nationals catcher a hug from behind that some called "awkward" was shared on social media.
Keeping with tradition, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania hosted the Washington, D.C.-based team at the White House.
It's the capital's first World Series title in nearly a century—a fact not lost on Trump, who didn't cancel the meet and greet despite potential dropouts from players, plus boos from fans at Nationals Park last week.
The close adviser to acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins a number of other White House officials who have been instructed by the White House not to comply.
The president said the White House will still not honor document requests or subpoenas despite Congress passing a resolution formalizing the impeachment inquiry.
"Any other American who offered cash to the jury before a trial would go to prison," Richard Painter said.
Trump tweeted a photoshopped picture of the army dog with a paw-shaped medal when he announced the news on Thursday.
The former deputy manager of the Trump campaign deflected from the House impeachment inquiry's focus on President Donald Trump's call with Ukraine's leader.
The chief official White House photographer for former Presidents Reagan and Obama suggested the Trump administration was posing for Saturday's stern-faced Situation Room picture.
Ted Lieu, a Democratic congressman from California, has written a letter to White House Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney questioning a large exodus of cybersecurity staff.
"The result is the United States gets dirtier air and we get to pay more money for the dirty energy being provided," Robert Ukeiley of the Center for Biological Diversity told Newsweek.
Officials believed it would be politically damaging for Trump to befriend the authoritarian, euroskeptic, anti-immigration and anti-free press leader.
Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkey expects its allies to support the country's invasion of northeastern Syria, but that it is willing to stand up to threats and condemnation if necessary.
"Basically, the FBI thinks something bad...is up: That Giuliani is a conduit for pushing the agendas of foreign intelligence and/or foreign interests," former FBI special agent Asha Rangappa said.
"He lies because he's a sociopath, a con man—to deceive others," Conway said. "He also lies because he's a pathological narcissist—to deceive himself."
Charlotte Charles said the president was "holding my hand" in the meeting.
Only 35 percent of women polled in a Quinnipiac survey released Monday said they approve of President Donald Trump's performance so far.
"Repulsive. No dictators here," one of the protester's signs read. Another said: "Congress do your jobs. Impeach now!"
Furthermore, the White House's letter proclaimed that the impeachment inquiry itself was unconstitutional and has "no basis."
The attorney and former Republican, now a staunch critic of the Trump administration, dismissed Pat Cipollone's "garbage" letter to the House.
"I think we ought to be prepared to go all out on this," Congressman John Garamendi said.
The first lady has previously been criticized for being tone deaf with the messages she posts on social media.
Joe diGenova appeared to view the president as the king of America and the impeachment inquiry an attempt to kill him.