On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that places modest restrictions on police chokeholds, calls for improved training requirements, aims to track problem officers when they change jobs to avoid punishment, and urges local governments to pair police with social workers when responding to certain types of calls. The president lost no time [
President Trump spent the Fourth of July weekend sowing national divide, ignoring his failings on the coronavirus and vowing to fight what he branded the “new far-left fascism.”
His ominous remarks were a reflection of his political standing: trailing in the polls, lacking a booming economy or a positive message to campaign on, and leaning on culture wars to buoy his loyalists.
The White House has cancelled Donald Trump's planned weekend at his Bedminster golf resort amid New Jersey's request that travellers who have visited states with coronavirus spikes self-quarantine for 14 days.
A barrage of conflicting reports has followed bombshell revelations that President Donald Trump was briefed on Russia offering bounties for killing U.S. troops, and doing nothing in response. Senior White House officials have reportedly known about the bounties since early 2019, and former national security adviser John Bolton allegedly told the president around that same [
President Donald Trump’s administration was harshly criticized on Friday after a new report from NBC News. “After several months of mixed messages on the coronavirus pandemic, the White House is settling on a new one: Learn to live with it,” reported Carol Lee, Kristen Welker and Monica Alba. “Administration officials are planning to intensify what [
Trump claimed he wasn’t briefed on the report because intelligence “did not find this info credible.”
When John Bolton posed for a USA TODAY photo, he held aloft his new memoir with a grin, mimicking Trump's photo op with a Bible at St. John's Church.
Former Solicitor General Neal Katyal explained that President Donald Trump has no real hope of stopping John Bolton’s book from being spread far and wide and his efforts seem “desperate and incompetent.” MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace cited Peter Baker’s latest story citing excerpts of Bolton’s book and explained that in the George W. Bush White House, [
The basic facts are these: Sunday morning, Donald Trump tweeted about the “great people” in a video in which one of his supporters yelled “white power.” Three hours later, he deleted the tweet. Through the rest of Sunday and Monday, neither Trump nor any official spokesperson condemned the use of “white power” as a rallying cry. But how did it happen?
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.