Mick Mulvaney also said that Democrats would "never" see the president's tax returns.
"You know, he's probably just really busy because he's got to golf and honestly, I don't know if anyone really wants to watch him eat."
Entrepreneur Andrew Yang has thrown his hat into the ring for the 2020 presidential election.
Abrams, who lost Georgia's gubernatorial race in 2018, said that before she could decide on a White House run she had to decide whether to run for the Senate.
The law has provided coverage to more than 20 million previously uninsured people
"I want him to be remembered as the best father that anyone could ask for, and also at the same time being the best soldier that anyone could ask for," said the son of a soldier set to receive the Medal of Honor. "He was my icon."
Jared Kushner's alleged use of WhatsApp for official communication with foreign leaders was dangerous, cybersecurity expert Clint Watts said.
"The President must be free to engage in discussions with foreign leaders without fear that those communications will be disclosed and used as fodder for partisan political purposes," the White House counsel wrote in a letter to congressional committee chairmen.
Jack O'Donnell, Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino's former president and chief operating officer, said there's a "mean streak" that runs through Trump, which he gets a "great deal of satisfaction" out of.
Vicky Ward, author of "Kushner, Inc.," said President Donald Trump "understood that they were a liability to him," referring to son-in-law Jared Kushner and daughter Ivanka.
The new book "Kushner, Inc." claims President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump believes her father has started a "great American dynasty" in politics.
"How about this: You stop being terrible, we'll stop pointing it out," Kimmel said.
Trump reportedly put pressure on officials to give top secret clearance to his daughter and son-in-law.
"Get rid of my kids. Get them back to New York," the president told his then–chief of staff, John Kelly, according to a new book.
"Sanders is not going to want to say something from the podium that might get her hauled into the special counsel's office," Acosta said.
"He'll eventually be exposed as an insatiably greedy Benedict Arnold," constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe said.
The nuanced day-to-day business of the White House means that some senior officials must have classified information available to them.
"We appreciate it very much Tim Apple," Trump said as Cook nodded along, sending social media into a frenzy.
"The Breakfast Club" co-host Charlamagne Tha God on Monday told Sanders that "44 out of 45" American presidents have been white men and asked whether we needed another one.
Oliver took aim at White House nepotism.
Trump has reportedly raised concerns that his generals and officers don't incorporate enough business considerations into their intelligence briefings.
"I'm pretty sure that joke screams national emergency," Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) said.
"Mueller is allowed to deviate from policy in, 'extraordinary circumstances,'" Seema Iyer said. "Are we at extraordinary circumstances? Hello! I think we are here."
"This is something you see in mafia states, where the leader will put his children or relatives into office in order to keep the corruption going, keep the money flowing, not get caught, override prosecution," Sarah Kendzior said.
"I don't know if anyone knows that, but she's created millions of jobs," Trump told the nation's governors at a White House event Monday.
The White House has not clarified what the stay-behind mission will entail, nor how long it will last.