Aides couldn’t immediately reach the president to get him to take down offending tweet because he was on the course at his golf club and had put down his phone, officials said.
On Sunday Donald Trump retweeted a video of a MAGA fan in Florida chanting 'white power', setting off a 'five-alarm fire' in the White House.
Question: Is saying the president has no idea what's going on supposed to make us feel better?
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany repeatedly defended President Trump for describing the coronavirus as the "kung flu" despite widespread criticism that it is racist.McEnany deflected questions on the su
What did President Trump know, and when did he know it? The question that reared its head during the impeachment investigation into holdups of military aid in Ukraine is back, this time in reference to intelligence reports that Russia was paying bounties
The Interior Department’s U.S. Park Police and other forces released chemical agents and at times punched and clubbed a largely peaceful of crowd of demonstrators.
An Interior Department watchdog office will investigate law enforcement and security forces’ violent clearing of protesters from a square in front of the White House earlier this month.
An Interior Department watchdog office will investigate law enforcement and security forces' violent clearing of protesters from a square in front of the White House earlier this month.The Interior Department's U.S. Park Police and other forces released chemical agents and at times punched and clubbed a largely peaceful of crowd of demonstrators to drive the public from Lafayette Square on June 1, during nationwide protests over the police killing of George Floyd.Three [
White House Press Secretary Keyleigh McEnany said President Trump tries to assemble a 'team of rivals,' when asked why he hired people he later called 'dumb' or 'overrated.'
House Democratic chairs on the Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees on Monday called for testimony from senior State Department officials as part of their probe into the ousting of the agency’s independent watchdog last month.
The president over the weekend used a racist term to describe the deadly coronavirus pandemic during a campaign rally to cheers from those in the audience.
Chad Wolf said states are reopening safely.