You can debate whether acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe did the right thing when he authorized a counterintelligence investigation into whether President Donald Trump was acting at the behest of Russians. Or whether he was rightly admonished by the inspector general for his conversations about the probe into Hillary Clinton's private email server. Or even whether he is exaggerating in order to boost sales for his memoir of his time in the Trump administration.
The results are in! And Donald Trump is in "very good health overall."
President Donald Trump faces a very tough road to a second term in 2020. His job approval numbers are mired in the low 40s, Democrats loathe him, a significant chunk of Republicans want someone else as their nominee and, on top of all of that, special counsel Robert Mueller is still working on his report about Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is thinking about challenging President Donald Trump in the 2020 Republican presidential primary for one simple reason: He's not sure Trump can actually win a second term.
In an interview Thursday with The New York Times, President Donald Trump was asked whether there was anyone in the rapidly forming 2020 Democratic field who he thought might be his toughest opponent.
The New York Times published a 4,536-word opus on President Donald Trump's two-year-long (and running!) attempt to thwart the multiple investigations into his 2016 presidential campaign and its ties to Russia.
Luckily, the combined forces of anti-ICE, soft-socialist Democrats compassionate about immigration and anti-tax, libertarian Republicans horrified by the idea of what could be levelled on US taxpayers still might end the dream of a Mexican border wall
Lost amid this will-he-won't-he-sign-it debate over President Donald Trump's decision on the border funding compromise bill is this fundamental fact: If Trump does sign this legislation, it is a massive capitulation by the President on the issue that more than any other animated his 2016 victory.
U.S. President Donald Trump has proven uniquely willing to lie, exaggerate and mislead. Here is the Star's complete list of all his false claims to date.
President Donald Trump delivered his State of the Union address Tuesday night, a speech that was, in equal measure, surprisingly bipartisan and deeply divisive -- reflective of the deep contradictions that sit at the heart of his presidency.
President Trump says the partial government shutdown was worth it to show the world the urgency of the crisis at the southern border. During his first campaign rally of the 2020 election cycle Monday night, Mr. Trump told a cheering audience in El Paso, Texas, that the 35-day shutdown last
Rasmussen reports that the president's approval rating is now at 52 percent, a nine-point jump in just ten days.