After a long political drought on Capitol Hill, tax reform is a big win for President Trump, no question about it.
Two decades ago, Bill Clinton and his allies launched a fierce attack on Ken Starr, trying to discredit the special prosecutor as he gathered evidence and ultimately got the president to admit to a grand jury that he’d had a sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
President Trump issued a glowing plug Saturday for a book that painted a chaotic picture of his presidential campaign.
The four-pound brass lock burglars picked to break into the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters at the Watergate Complex in 1972 sold at auction Thursday night for $62,500.
President Trump told a graduating class of law enforcement officers at the FBI Academy on Friday that he “has your back 100 percent” and promised he would be “more loyal than anyone else could be” to the police.
President Trump may have left the door open to pardoning Michael Flynn, but said he’s not ready to talk about it “yet.”
President Trump on Friday will venture to the lair of his tormentors at the FBI – his positive message at Quantico will be aimed at the rank and file agents who keep the country safe, and not at the senior leadership he and his supporters believe are trying to take him down.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly personally told former “Apprentice” star Omarosa Manigault Newman that her White House employment had been terminated, despite her insistence to the contrary.
Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has caused a backlash, particularly among Muslims, in the region, and the reaction’s reverberated to Nazareth, where the town’s mayor, Ali Salam, announced Thursday all planned Christmas events would be canceled.
Accusations of collusion between the Trump administration and Russia have “been made up by Trump’s opponents to delegitimize Trump’s time in office,” Vladimir Putin said Thursday.
After the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Conn., left 26 dead in December 2012, lawmakers across the U.S. made attempts to prevent similar horrors. Five years later, the results are uneven at best.
President Donald Trump signed into law Tuesday legislation that bans the U.S. government from using products created by Kaspersky Lab, a Russian cybersecurity company, amid suspicions it was vulnerable to Kremlin influence.
From the White House chief of staff to the FBI director, from leaving for a new job to learning of his firing from a television, here’s a running list of those who have left the Trump administration.