The former consultant wants the transcript of his closed-door interview released, after a panel member suggested that he might have lied.
On the morning after the shocking announcement of his illness, the Arizona Republican also criticized President Trump’s moves in Syria.
when it comes to Russia, Trump ignores the counsel of his national security and foreign policy advisers. I'd love to hear more about why this is. Read more
Donald Trump warned Special Counsel Robert Mueller not to examine Trump's finances. Mueller is reportedly doing it anyway. Read more
As the White House sought to downplay a meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin at a G20 dinner, experts fretted that Trump’s cavalier approach to engaging with Putin could come back to bite him.
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Oscar-winning songwriter left vulgar song off new album Dark Matter so he wouldn’t ‘add to the problem of how ugly the conversation we’re all having is’ Veteran songwriter Randy Newman has revealed he wrote a song about Donald Trump for his latest album – comparing the relative size of their penises. In an interview with […]
Senate judiciary committee will want to know what happened when the president’s son met Russian individuals with dirt to dish on Hillary Clinton The investigation into possible Russian collaboration with the Trump campaign to skew the outcome of the 2016 US presidential election moves another step closer to the incumbent in the Oval Office next […]
Attorney general speaks after Donald Trump’s comments that he would not have hired Sessions had he known he would recuse himself from Russia inquiry The US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, said on Thursday that he would continue in his job “as long as that is appropriate”, despite Donald Trump’s barrage of criticism of him. Trump […]
The decision amounted to a recognition that the effort was failing and that the administration has given up hope of forcing the Syrian leader from power.
President Trump discussed a range of issues, including the Russia investigation, with three New York Times reporters in the Oval Office.
The president has proved too unpopular nationally, and too weak in many lawmakers’ home states, to scare them into supporting the bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Conservative pundits and outside groups cast senators as “traitors” if they did not deliver a victory for the president.
Paul Manafort and Donald Trump Jr. have also been invited to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on July 26.
JUST like that, America’s laptop ban is all but over. Four months ago the Trump administration announced that travellers from ten Middle Eastern countries would be barred from taking electronics larger than a mobile phone into plane cabins, citing security concerns. In the past few weeks, the government has been gradually freeing carriers, including Emirates, […]
Paul Behrends, a top aide to Representative Dana Rohrabacher, has been ousted from his role as staff director for the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee that Rohrabacher chairs, after stories appeared in the press highlighting his relationships with pro-Russia lobbyists. “Paul Behrends no longer works at the committee,” a House Foreign Affairs Committee spokesperson said on […]
The Senate Republican health-care bill has been repeatedly crushed in a slow-motion collision between the party’s historic ideology and the interests of its modern electoral coalition. Yet congressional Republicans appear determined to plow right through the wreckage. Even as the Senate’s latest effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act collapsed on Tuesday, the House Republican […]
Kris Kobach suggests that it’s possible that Clinton won the popular vote because of illegal votes. Basic logic and math strongly disagree.
If you follow Sessions’s public testimony, it’s not a surprise.
During a speech to kick off “Made in America” week, President Trump calls Sen. John McCain a “crusty voice in Washington.”
Congressional Budget Office analysis comes as Donald Trump urges Republicans to pass a new Obamacare replacement bill A bill that would repeal major pieces of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without replacing it would increase the number of people without insurance by 32 million people over the next decade, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said […]
President suspends largely unsuccessful initiative aimed at equipping and training moderate rebels to fight Bashar al-Assad Donald Trump has decided to halt the CIA’s covert programme to equip and train moderate rebels fighting Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, in a move likely to be welcomed by Russia’s Vladimir Putin. The CIA programme began in 2013 as […]
Reality says Donald Trump lost the popular vote. Kris Kobach, who's helping lead Trump's "voter integrity" commission, says something else. Read more
And a New York Times piece shows that Paul Manafort had millions in debt to Russian interests, we'll get reactions from Senator Durbin and Representative Swalwell. Read more
Sometimes the president’s tweets program his go-to cable morning show. And sometimes the show programs him.
Business records from the secretive tax haven of Cyprus suggest that Paul J. Manafort owed millions to pro-Russia interests before joining Donald J. Trump’s campaign.
Fmr. DNI James Clapper called the Donald Trump Jr meeting "classic, textbook Soviet and now Russian trade-craft." Read more
President Trump tells The Times that Mueller would cross a red line if investigators delve into Trump family finances unrelated to Russia.
In an interview with New York Times reporters, President Trump expressed anger at Jeff Sessions and James Comey. He also acknowledged a newly disclosed conversation with Vladimir Putin.
Trump’s public thrashing of Sessions is a remarkable criticism for one of the president’s top campaign supporters.
Also Wednesday, a fresh CBO analysis showed that a straight repeal bill would increase the number of people without health coverage by 32 million at the end of a decade.
The Trump administration announced new sanctions against entities and individuals with ties to Iran on Tuesday, one day after certifying the Iranian government’s compliance with a major nuclear agreement reached two years ago.
President Donald Trump asked Republican senators not to leave town for their August recess without passing a health care reform plan that makes good on seven years of promises to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Source reveals Robert Mueller’s team and Trump’s exclusive bankers have established informal contacts and requests for information are forthcoming Executives inside Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump’s personal bankers, are expecting that the bank will soon be receiving subpoenas or other requests for information from Robert Mueller, the special counsel who is investigating possible collusion between the […]
President tells New York Times he wouldn’t have hired attorney general had he known he’d recuse himself from Russia inquiry, because it’s ‘extremely unfair’ Donald Trump has unleashed an extraordinary barrage of criticism against several of his own top officials, accusing senior members of the Department of Justice (DoJ) of having conflicts of interest and […]
In a wide ranging interview with the New York Times, Trump also said he wouldn't have appointed Jeff Sessions to AG if he was going to recuse himself. Read more
Chris Matthews has watched President Trump act almost with glee over the prospect of having the public blame the Democrats for what he predicts will be the failure of Obamacare down the road. Read more
The Supreme Court on Wednesday gave the White House a mixed ruling as challenges to the travel ban make their way through the courts.
A day after he seemed to give up his legislative push, President Trump summoned Republican senators to tell them not to leave Washington until they repeal and replace Obamacare.
The president’s peculiar habit of talking like he’s not a Republican.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll finds that even with President Trump’s approval cratering, Democrats appear less likely to vote in next year’s midterms than Republicans.
Brazil’s rigid labour market regulations were transplanted wholesale from Benito Mussolini’s Italy back in 1943. Now President Michel Temer has approved an overhaul. Will it encourage job creation? Also, an exorcist in Paris fighting “bad spirits”. And why President Trump is playing hardball in renegotiating NAFTA. Hosted by Andrew Palmer. <param name="labels"…Continue reading
There is no official American record of the prolonged discussion between the two presidents on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit meeting.
Callista Gingrich, wife of former House speaker Newt Gingrich, testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee July 18, as President Trump’s pick for U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.
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Pres. Trump took to Twitter to blast the 'fake news' after reports surfaced he had a second undisclosed meeting with Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit. Our expert panel reacts. Read more
In a loss for the Trump administration, the Supreme Court Wednesday left intact a lower court opinion that temporarily exempts grandparents and other relatives from President Donald Trump’s travel ban.