If President Trump is for some reason having a good day, here's a quote to fix that problem published Wednesday in the New York Times: "It was like, this dude is just in it for himself. I thought he was supposed to be for the people.”
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump's brother is asking a New York City judge to prevent the president's niece from publishing a tell-all book, which is expected to be released later this month. In court papers, Robert Trump's lawyers argue that Mary Trump and others had signed a settlement agreement in
'Too Much and Never Enough' a tell-all book published by Simon & Schuster is scheduled to be released on July 28.
A judge in New York dismissed a legal effort from President Trump's brother to stop the publication of a tell-all book from niece Mary Trump.
Donald Trump Jr. told “Fox & Friends” on Friday that “it's time to stand up for law and order.”
Twitter took down a picture after The New York Times, which owned the rights to the picture, filed a complaint.
Twitter censored President Donald Trump's account yet again yesterday, taking down a meme posted by the president that featured a rallying cry to his supporters, after the New York Times, which reportedly owns the rights to the original image, filed a copyright complaint.
The book by Mary Trump, the president's niece, is scheduled to be released July 28.
The New York Times, with no evidence beyond reports of a meeting between President Donald Trump and Mark Zuckerberg, has created the conspiracy theory that the Facebook CEO may have a secret deal with the president to favor him in the 2020 presidential race.
On Friday night, the Justice Department released a new version of former Special Counsel Mueller’s report with newly unredacted sections about Roger Stone and WikiLeaks. In one section of the newly released information, Mueller weighed the possibility President Donald Trump had lied to him in his written answers to a series of questions. Any such [
Twitter removes illegally used New York Times photo from President Trump's feed
Twitter excised a meme from a tweet from President Donald Trump after the New York Times objected to the use of its photograph on Wednesday.