Anthony Scaramucci seems to have finally learned a very, very important lesson about President Donald Trump: If you stick around long enough, he will turn on you. Always.
A president who denies the role his own virulent words play in fomenting violence, who acts as though all his talk of “invasions” and “infestations” is immaterial, who not long ago laughed at a man who suggested shooting migrants, started Monday morning by taking to Twitter to blame the media for
President Donald Trump, amid a racially charged fight with African-American Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, had a message for America on Tuesday morning outside the White House.
As protests gripped Hong Kong this week, President Donald Trump had some advice for Chinese President Xi Jinping on how to handle the clashes.
At a 2020 campaign rally in New Hampshire on Thursday night, a protest broke out. A Trump supporter sought to remove the protesters. And as that was happening, the President of the United States yelled this into the microphone:
President Donald Trump has repeatedly expressed interest in recent weeks in buying Greenland.
On Tuesday afternoon, President Donald Trump was asked whether he really believed -- per a tweet he retweeted on Sunday -- that the Clintons were somehow behind the death of billionaire financier and accused sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein.
Before heading to New Hampshire on Thursday to speak at a 2020 reelection rally, President Donald Trump spun a conspiracy theory about his loss in the Granite State in 2020.
Anthony Scaramucci is done with Donald Trump.
Donald Trump has always had a bit of Walter Mitty in him. But on Monday morning, in a speech to first responders and others impacted by the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, he took his fantastical memory of himself to new and not-at-all-appropriate heights.
President Donald Trump told the press pool that he agrees “more must be done” on mass shootings. When it comes to protecting Americans, however, Trump has done more to protect the gun than gun-victims. Here are three significant things Trump did that has made gun violence worse. 1. Giving guns to the mentally ill One [
Five days ago, President Donald Trump announced that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was leaving his job, and would be replaced by Texas Republican Rep. John Ratcliffe.