Mary Elizabeth Taylor, one of the highest-ranking African-American officials in the administration, reportedly said the president’s stance on racial justice was at odds with her core values and convictions.
A high-ranking State Department official who has served President Trump since his inauguration resigned in protest Thursday over his handling of recent racial tensions in the country, according to a report. Mary Elizabeth Taylor, the assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, announced her resignation to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a letter obtained
The five-paragraph resignation letter submitted Thursday by Mary Elizabeth Taylor, the assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, serves as an indictment of Trump’s stewardship at a time of national unrest from one of the administration’s highest ranking African Americans and an aide who was viewed as both loyal and effective in serving his presidency.
On Saturday, writing for The Washington Post, anti-Trump conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin argued that Attorney General William Barr’s effort to remove SDNY Attorney Geoffrey Berman, who was just officially removed by President Donald Trump, has backfired. “It is telling that we do not know which of many possible investigations may have triggered Barr’s ire. There [
John Bolton’s memoir points to further White House rot.
Mary Elizabeth Taylor, the assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, submitted her resignation on Thursday, saying that the president's actions 'cut sharply against my core values and convictions.'
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As anti-racism protests grip the nation, the citizens of the District of Columbia have endured a living nightmare under Donald Trump. Police attacked journalists with impunity; Washington, D.C. protesters were labeled as “terrorists” by the president; and unmarked, anonymous militias were unleashed on the people. Hundreds of soldiers from the 82nd Airborne, who serve as a presidential ceremonial unit, were issued bayonets and live ammunition for possible use against protesters in the district....
Appearing on CNN early Sunday morning, presidential historian Douglas Brinkley said the firing of U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman puts Donald Trump in line for a second impeachment inquiry — particularly if he survives the November election. Speaking with host John King, and with New York Times’ Maggie Haberman saying silence from Republicans over the abrupt [
Employee backlash was sparked by the president's infamous "looting" remark
Appearing on MSNBC “Am Joy” New York Times journalist Charlie Savage pushed back at the official statement from White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany attempting to put distance between Donald Trump and his Times’ report that Russia has been paying a bounty for the deaths of U.S. servicemen with the president’s knowledge. With McEnany saying, [
As President Donald Trump celebrates his 74th birthday, people are taking to Twitter to remember Barack Obama’s time in office.