President Donald Trump was challenged by White House pool reporters on Monday after he claimed to have the most transparent administration in history. "You talked about transparency, if you’re transparent, why block the House Democrats?" one pool reporter asked, likely referring to attempts to schedule interviews with former administration officials and to obtain the president's tax returns. "Because they’re asking for things that they’re not entitled to. I could ask them, I assume if they
The first judicial square off over subpoenas between President Donald Trump and House Democrats is expected to take place in D.C. District court Tuesday.
While House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler has given the DOJ a deadline of Monday to submit an unredacted version of the Mueller Report. And President Trump is saying he doesn’t intend to allow former White House Counsel Don McGahn, or any other administration staffer, to testify on the report. University of Alabama law professor Joyce Vance and New York Times Washington correspondent Charlie Savage join Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the Democrats’ next move.
With President Trump vowing to “fight all the subpoenas,” the Democratic-led House of Representatives is gearing up for a protracted legal battle over its power to enforce demands for documents and testimony from the administration.
President Donald Trump's assertion there was blame "on both sides" during a 2017 rally organized by white supremacists that turned deadly caused a multi-day controversy at the time about whether he was signaling support for an evil ideology.
U.S. President Donald Trump is refusing to cooperate with numerous congressional probes of himself and his administration, taking a defiant stance that is likely to result in a court battle with Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Only two House Democrats attended a rally in D.C. organized to call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin refused to comply with demands to turn over Trump’s returns.
Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass., issued the subpoenas days after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin refused to comply with demands to turn over President Donald Trump’s returns.
WASHINGTON (AP) " A top House Democrat on Friday issued subpoenas for six years of President Donald Trump's tax returns, giving Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig a deadline of next Friday to deliver them.Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal, D-Mass., issued the subpoenas days after Mnuchin refused to comply with demands to turn over Trump's returns. Mnuchin told the panel he wouldn't provide Trump's tax records because the panel's request [
Democratic leaders have pulled two House bills concerning Native American tribes after President Donald Trump urged Republicans to oppose one of the measures