President Trump's former economic adviser Gary Cohn sounds the alarm about the atmosphere in the White House and worries whether there is anyone around Trump who will tell him what he doesn't want to hear.
Former James Mattis speechwriter Guy Snodgrass refused to answer if he was the “anonymous” senior White House official behind last year’s blockbuster op-ed and upcoming book on the Trump administration. Fox News personality Trace Gallagher asked Snodgrass if he was the author, but the former administration official dodged the question. “Are you anonymous?” Gallagher asked. [
It’s no secret that President Donald Trump often flip-flops on policy and contradicts himself. And according to the recently released book, “A Warning” — written anonymously by someone described as a “senior Trump Administration official” —Trump regularly has difficulty remembering things he has said or been told. “A Warning,” Newsweek reporter Chantal Da Silva points [
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler had asked to be notified by Friday whether the White House would participate.
Career OMB employee Mark Sandy told congressional impeachment investigators that two colleagues at the White House budget office had resigned while voicing concerns over the hold on Ukraine aid.
Baseless accusations are the name of the game when it comes to the Trump administration and today, apparently, is no different. White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham jumped into the mix this morning with an accusation that is pretty difficult, if not outright impossible, to ever verify.
Billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg ended weeks of speculation — marked by a stunning mea culpa for his past defense of ‘stop and frisk’ — and formally declared himself a Democratic candidate for the White House on Sunday. The media mogul, New York City’s last three-term mayor, declared to supporters in a launch video and statement,
U.S. President Donald Trump's former Russia adviser, Fiona Hill, warned lawmakers in the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry on Thursday against promoting what she called a "fictional narrative https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-impeachment/trump-ex-adviser-calls-ukraine-election-interference-theory-fictional-narrative-idUSKBN1XV0I6" that minimizes Russia's attempts to interfere in U.S. elections.
White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney wants to see if the Medicare chief Seema Verma and the health secretary, Alex M. Azar II, can still work together.
WASHINGTON (AP) " A federal judge has ordered former White House counsel Donald McGahn to appear before Congress in a setback to President Donald Trump's effort to keep his top aides from testifying.The outcome could lead to renewed efforts by House Democrats to compel testimony from other high-ranking officials, including former national security adviser John Bolton.Not even the Republican president's closest aides who receive subpoenas from Congress can 'ignore or defy [