Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said elites can't ignore global populism, and the White House needs to have a far more sensitive tone to the "raw" power of race in America.
For three weeks following the infamous Rose Garden encounter, the White House was mum. Then, newly appointed Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham intervened.
President Donald Trump's volatile White House is going to get worse, former communications director Anthony Scaramucci told CNN's Don Lemon.
Trump makes decisions at the behest of his favorite TV hosts including "the great Sean Hannity," according to a new book.
"The guy's always had problems on his best day," former Trump adviser J.W. Verret said.
"I love how these people who work for a rapist have no compunction about making accusations of abuse by someone who criticizes the rapist," Conway tweeted.
Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Ken Cuccinelli joined a group in 2007 that described undocumented immigrants as "foreign invaders" that bring "serious infectious diseases."
"You know, you're fracturing the institutions and all of the things that the country stands for," Scaramucci said about Trump.
"Recently he has said things that divide the country in a way that is unacceptable," tweeted Scaramucci after Trump claimed the former White House communications director was "totally incapable of handling" the position.
The former White House aide mocked the White House staff for staying silent on president's rhetoric.
Playboy wrote on its Twitter feed Friday night that, since 1953, it "has fought to protect First Amendment rights, and the fight must continue today."
"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.
"The fact that you even ask that question. You're fake news because you know what, he totally corrected himself in the afternoon and you know that just as well as anybody," Trump said.
Pictures were hung up of leaders that President Donald Trump has met so far this year.
Sebastian Gorka angrily walked over to Playboy correspondent Brian Karem in the Rose Garden, before yelling in his face: "You're a punk. You're not a journalist. You're a punk!"
The White House printed out giant displays of Donald Trump's tweets for its "social media summit" on Thursday afternoon, including one that referenced the president's infamous "covfefe" post.
Right-wing media activist Ali Alexander tweeted that Kamala Harris was not black enough to talk about the struggles of black Americans.
Rapinoe on Tuesday explained why Team USA will not be accepting an invitation to visit the White House from President Trump.
"The country has been lost. However I am determined to go down swinging by ruining soccer for as many people as possible," Coulter tweeted on Sunday.
Soccer player described as "outspoken" and "fiercely independent" in new ad for sports drink.
The clash, which was partially recorded on audio and video, took place moments after Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to cross the DMZ into North Korea.
Sanders, who announced her resignation earlier this month, has been replaced by Stephanie Grisham, a former spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump.
"It may not be the White House, but we'd be happy to welcome @mPinoe & the entire #USWMNT for a tour of the House of Representatives anytime they'd like.
The captain of the U.S. Women's National Team in January said, she's "not going to the F...ing White House if we win." Trump said they are invited "win or lose."
The White House then called on Congress to "act to end this crisis" unfolding at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Melania Trump said she and President Donald Trump could think of "no better person" to serve as the U.S. leader's new press secretary.
Trump's freewheeling remarks to reporters came after the president made the last-minute decision to call off an approved airstrike on Thursday
Impeachment continues to be a thorny topic for Democrats. For the most part, leaders of the party have argued that impeachment is a politically risky move.
Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio threatened to publicly name Trump administration officials he accused of giving "fake leaks" to news media outlets.