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
The Truth-o-Meter says: Half-True | Donald Trump says he's done more than other presidents to solve the gun problem. Has he?
President Donald Trump's two eldest children Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. are taking opposite sides on the gun debate.
Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson got a probably unwanted fan Tuesday night — Donald Trump Jr. In a tweet that he acknowledged could be read as "trolling," the president's eldest son said Ms. Williamson seemed to be winning the debate in Detroit. People are gonna
Democrat presidential candidate Marianne Williamson said after the Democrat debate a lot of people said nice things, even Donald Trump Jr.
President Donald Trump is also "worse than a racist" because he does not have empathy, ex-White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci says.
"Now, at a fair table with four people, each person is entitled to 25 percent of the conversation, right?" Harrelson said. "I got about 1 percent. And the governor, Jesse, he got about 3 percent. Trump took the rest."
One former FBI agent told The Washington Post that he thought political controversies had muted the response to violence by white nationalists.
'I think background checks are important,' Trump said Wednesday. 'I don't want to put guns into the hands of mentally unstable or people with rage or hate, sick people. I don't want to. I'm all in favor of it.'
"Trevor Noah now owns the internet and we all have to pay him rent," joked Elie Mystal after "The Daily Show" host's new Trump conspiracy theory went viral.
Donald Trump Jr. compared a Democratic congressman publishing a list of Texas-based donors to President Donald Trump's campaign to the suspected Dayton, Ohio shooter's reported "kill list."
When President Donald Trump was asked Friday if former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick should have a shot at returning to the NFL, Trump replied "only if he's good enough," USA Today reported.'They would do anything they can to win games'"If he was good enough, they'd hire him," Trump added outside the White House, the paper said. "Why wouldn't he play if he was good enough? I think if he's good enough, I know the owners — I know [New England Patriots' owner Robert] Kraft, I...