Trump said local Democratic leaders are seeking his help to cover up their mistake.
The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear what could become the biggest cases involving Donald Trump as president, a pair of constitutional clashes that could insulate chief executives from investigations while in office and add an explosive new element to the 2020 election campaign.
There's no grand political strategy here — Trump's tired of this virus and wants to get back to trolling his foes
President Donald Trump continued Tuesday to make false and baseless claims about hydroxychloroquine, the anti-malaria drug he has repeatedly promoted and now says he is himself taking.
The attempt to keep the virus out of the country exposed thousands to infection as they crossed the Atlantic and came after U.S. cases had reached critical mass.
The MSNBC show looked back at the president's bombastic, shifting and often bonkers pandemic comments in the damning six-minute supercut.
If you're tired of the Trump show, columnist Mary McNamara recommends 17 other political series — American and otherwise — to provide some relief.
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The federal judge handling the case of Michael Flynn took the unusual step Tuesday of allowing outside parties to argue against the Justice Department's motion to drop its case against Trump's former national security adviser.
WASHINGTON - Senior Democrats have a warning for Republicans supporting President Donald Trump's blockade of the House's attempts to review and monitor the federal response to the coronavirus crisis: Reap what you sow.
President Donald Trump called his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, "grossly incompetent" on Sunday after Obama attacked the Trump administration's coronavirus response.
Watch what he does, not what he says.