According to Daily Beast columnist Michael Tomasky, it would not be surprising if Donald Trump attempted to hold onto the presidency should he lose the 2020 election, fearful of being slammed with multiple criminal charges that could not be filed while he was president. In a column speculating how that might play out, the columnist said that Trump would need the help of the Republican Party -- and he might just get it. As the
Top Donald Trump aides helped oust Richard Nixon's son-in-law from a top Republican Party post, The New York Times reported Tuesday. "In New York, where Mr. Trump was born, raised and ruminated for years about a political campaign of his own, the state Republican Party had a leadership change on Monday, moving from the genteel leadership of Edward F. Cox, the son-in-law of President Richard M. Nixon, to the grass-roots style of Nick Langworthy, of
On Saturday, Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) became the first Republican in Congress to declare that President Donald Trump’s conduct in office had reached the “threshold for impeachment.” Since he made the bold statement, the president has already labelled Amash a “loser,” and the congressman’s judgement has been dismissed by top Republicans eager to undercut the [
House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) heaped scorn on Democrats Friday for a Senate subpoena sent last week to Donald Trump Jr. Problem is, the order demanding that the president’s eldest son appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee actually came from the panel’s chairman Sen. Richard Burr (NC) — a fellow Republican. “You can’t make [
Buffeted by a seemingly endless stream of investigations and scandals, President Donald Trump now faces being handicapped by his own party which is balking at giving him the one important legislative victory he needs as he runs for re-election in 2020, the Washington Post reports. Just days after the president announced an aggressive $2 trillion infrastructure deal he worked out with Democrats, Republican lawmakers, and even his own chief of staff, are balking at the
The first Republican to back the impeachment of Donald Trump was praised by prominent GOP attorney George Conway, who is married to White House councilor Kellyanne Conway. Republican Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) on Saturday called for Trump's impeachment. "Attorney General Barr has deliberately misrepresented Mueller's report," Amash noted. "President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct." "I offer these conclusions only after having read Mueller’s redacted report carefully and completely,...
The first lady, who immigrated from Slovenia in 1996 for modeling, likely brought her parents over through a family unification process that Trump wants to limit.
A Republican called for President Donald Trump's impeachment. Now he faces a primary challenger.
Republicans are up in arms about the actions of one of their own. What did he do to elicit such wrath?
MSNBC's Joe Scarborough trashed Republicans who've abandoned their conservative principles to follow President Donald Trump. The "Morning Joe" host officially left the GOP in October 2017, but he insists his political views haven't changed nearly as much as Republicans who back Trump no matter what he does. "I'm so amused when people come up to me and say you used to be a Republican and and I used to support your views," Scarborough said. "My
The money wasn’t his to lose—and it wasn’t because of “depreciation.”
President Donald Trump is having a tough time with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). During an interview with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), the senior New York Senator explained that Trump stormed into their meeting and directed his anger to Pelosi before he stomped off. No one spoke other than him in the three-minute meeting, but whatever happened leading up to the meeting enraged the president. Trump biographer Michael d'Antonio and CNN's Don Lemon chuckled