On Monday night at a campaign rally in Kentucky, home state Sen. Rand Paul stood beside Donald Trump and urged the media to out the whistleblower who lodged a formal complaint against the President for conducting a pressure campaign against Ukraine.
During Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump's campaign launched a seven-figure national ad buy -- a 30-second commercial touting his first-term accomplishments on terrorism, the economy and immigration.
Now-departed Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke may have talked about mandatory gun buybacks, but President Trump has become the master of the annual gun walkback. On Friday, the White House conceded that Trump was burying a promise to address the scourge of mass gun deaths, bowing
Trump, whose job is overseeing his father's business empire while he is president, made the comment on Sean Hannity's Fox News show Wednesday.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin isn't a near-certain loser in Tuesday's election because of Donald Trump. But the President, despite his best efforts, couldn't save the GOP incumbent, either.
Maybe giving the U.S. president unfettered and relatively unregulated access to Twitter was a terrible idea?
Ever since he happened to be in France for a military parade, Donald Trump has been demanding one of his own. And not just a few desultory armored personnel carriers scattered around the National Mall. Trump wants a big boy parade, complete with tanks, and missile launchers, and lots and lots of soldiers with shiny, shiny boots who know how to march the right way. And it looks like Trump may just get his wish—though not in Washington, D.C.
Donald Trump has a very simple view on the world: The richer and more famous you are, the better.
Faced with a slew of national polls that show roughly half the country supports not only his impeachment but also his removal from office, President Donald Trump did what he always does: Just say stuff.