'This was not briefed up to the president because, in fact, it was not verified,' press secretary said
The White House on Monday admitted that President Donald Trump was involved in the removal of US Attorney Geoffrey Berman after Trump had claimed he was "not involved" in the process this weekend.
"I think there was some misreporting on this earlier," a senior administration official said Monday on background in a briefing with reporters, when asked about a report that the president would ultimately side with Black Lives Matter protesters on the issue of systemic racism in police departments.
White House defended President Trump's tweet of a doctored video of a black toddler running from a 'racist' white boy, which Twitter labeled 'manipulated media,' as sarcastic and funny.
Trump claimed he wasn’t briefed on the report because intelligence “did not find this info credible.”
Conspiracy-minded Fox News viewers cheered White House trade adviser Peter Navarro after they assumed he wore a flag pin celebrating the QAnon conspiracy theory. During an interview with Fox News host Maria Bartiromo, Navarro could be seen sporting a U.S.A. flag ping with a curious alteration. While it wasn’t clear from the broadcast, several viewers [
Madison Cawthorn routed his Trump-backed opponent by more than 30 percentage points.
Trump fired Berman because he refused to transfer willingly to another post in order to allow for the appointment of current Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton to Berman's post, said White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany.
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany falsely claimed on Monday that President Donald Trump has never used racist terms like “Kung Flu” to describe the coronavirus pandemic. At a White House press briefing, CBS correspondent Weijia Jiang noted that Trump had described himself has the least racist person in the world prior to using the [
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on Sunday attacked John Bolton's credibility over the former national security adviser's claim in his new book that President Donald Trump asked Chinese President Xi Jinping for help winning reelection, and said his former colleague could face jail time over his disclosures.
Three of four legal scholars predict president will lose court fight over former aide's potentially damaging memoir
"The employee utilized oleoresin capsicum spray, or pepper spray, in response to an assaultive individual."